David L. Clark (1945- ) taught oral history and Los Angeles history at UCLA, UCLA Extension, and California State University,
Los Angeles (1974- ). The collection consists of more than 100 papers presented by students in the oral history and Los Angeles
history classes taught by Clark.
Clark was born in 1945; taught oral history and Los Angeles history at UCLA, UCLA Extension, and California State University,
Los Angeles, beginning in 1974; wrote L.A. on foot: a free afternoon (1972), Los Angeles, a city apart: an illustrated history (1981), Avery International Corporation 50-year history, 1935-1985 (1988), and Database design: applications of library cataloging techniques (1991).
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
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