Guide to the Early Campus Photograph Albums

Processed by Carrie Lee and Mariko Takemoto.
© 2003
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Guide to the Early Campus Photograph Albums

Collection number: AS-056

University Archives

Department of Special Collections

The UCI Libraries

University of California

Irvine, California
Processed by:
Carrie Lee and Mariko Takemoto
Date Completed:
2001
Encoded by:
Andre Ambrus
© 2003 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Early campus photograph albums,
Date (inclusive): 1959-1969
Collection number: AS-056
Creator: University of California, Irvine. Public Information Office.
Extent: 3 linear feet 7 photograph albums
Repository: University of California, Irvine. University Archives.
Irvine, California 92623-9557
Abstract: The Early Campus Photo Albums comprise 372 photographs documenting UCI's first decade, 1959-1969. The mostly black and white photographs are arranged in chronological order in seven bound volumes. Many prints are 11 x 14 with excellent image quality. Coverage includes aerial and landscape photographs of the campus and Irvine Ranch area, construction of major campus buildings, scenes from daily campus life, and significant events and people from UCI's early history. Also included in this collection are printed materials which complement some of the major events pictured, including a letter from California Governor Brown about the campus dedication at which President Lyndon Johnson spoke, Commencement programs, Historical Highlights publications, and invitations to Daniel Aldrich's inauguration as UCI's founding chancellor.
Physical location: University of California, Irvine. Library. Special Collections and Archives. Irvine, California 92623-9557
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.

Publication Rights

Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permissions to reproduce or to publish, please contact the Head of Special Collections and University Archives.

Preferred Citation

Early Campus Photograph Albums. AS-056. University Archives, University of California, Irvine.

Acquisition Information

The Public Affairs Office of the University of California, Irvine was created in May 1963 to coordinate campus outreach and publicity in the community. H. Bradford "Brad" Atwood was UCI's first Public Affairs Officer. The Public Affairs Office coexisted with the Public Information Office in UCI's early years. In the 1984-1985 academic year, the Public Affairs Office changed its name to become the present day Communications Office.

Processing Information

The photograph albums were assembled and described by the UC Irvine Public Information Office, probably for the use of Chancellor Daniel Aldrich. The finding aid was produced in 2001 by Carrie Lee and Mariko Takemoto.

Organizational History

The Public Affairs Office of the University of California, Irvine was created in May 1963 to coordinate campus outreach and publicity in the community. H. Bradford "Brad" Atwood was UCI's first Public Affairs Officer. The Public Affairs Office coexisted with the Public Information Office in UCI's early years. In the 1984-1985 academic year, the Public Affairs Office changed its name to become the present day Communications Office.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Early Campus Photo Albums comprise 372 photographs documenting UCI's first decade, 1959-1969. The mostly black and white photographs are arranged in chronological order in seven bound volumes. Many prints are 11 x 14 with excellent image quality. Coverage includes aerial and landscape photographs of the campus and Irvine Ranch area, construction of major campus buildings, scenes from daily campus life, and significant events and people from UCI's early history. Also included in this collection are printed materials which complement some of the major events pictured, including a letter from California Governor Brown about the campus dedication at which President Lyndon Johnson spoke, Commencement programs, Historical Highlights publications, and invitations to Daniel Aldrich's inauguration as UCI's founding chancellor.

Arrangement

The albums were compiled by the staff of Brad Atwood, UCI's first director of publicity, for promotional use by Chancellor Aldrich, who frequently showed them to visitors in his office. The photographs have been kept in their original order in the albums, and the photo descriptions are taken from the original captions listed in the back of each album. Each print is identified first by album and then page number. Color prints are indicated in the item-level description. Printed materials are kept in chronological order within the albums but are unnumbered.
  • Contributing photographers, as listed at the beginning or end of each album, are: Volume One: Wayne Clark, Stuart Droker, Arthur Dubinsky, Anton Ercegovich, Beth Koch, William Laird, Bertil Svensson
  • Volume Two: Garth Chandler, Tom Cooper, Beth Koch, J. Eric Lawrence, Clay Miller, Ted Streshinsky
  • Volume Three: Garth Chandler, Wayne Clark, Anton Ercegovich, William Laird, Pacific Air Industries, Long Beach Press-Telegram
  • Volume Four: Tom Carroll, Garth Chandler, Wayne Clark, Tim Cooper, William Laird, Rene Laursen, John Malmin (L.A. Times), William Miller (Autonetics), Stuart Shaffer, Tom Walters
  • Volume Five: Wayne Clark, Judy Cohen, Tom Cooper, Beth Koch, William Laird, Rene Laursen, Pacific Air Industries, Stuart Shaffer
  • Volume Six: Edward Allen Jr., Anton Ercegovich, Bill Laird, David Ross, Norm Schindler, Stuart Shaffer, Tech Photos, Voorheis, Trindle, and Nelson, Inc.
  • Volume Seven: Bob Albright, Edward Allen Jr., Garth Chandler, Anton Ercegovich

Related Material

Photographs by Beth Koch and Anton Ercegovich, two of the photographers whose works are featured in the albums, can also be found in the Beth Koch Photograph Collection, AS-051, and the Tony Ercegovich Slide Collection, AS-054.

Collection Contents

Box 1 : ii

Unnumbered. Brochure, "Welcome to UCI," mid 1960s

Box 1 : 1

P010201. Aerial view to the east from Newport Beach-Balboa shortly after the Master Plan for Higher Education was approved and the search for a campus site south of Los Angeles began, 1959 November

Box 1 : 2

P010202. Aerial view of area surrounding eventual campus site, 1959 November

Box 1 : 3

P010203. Descendants of Gabrieleno Indians, believed to have occupied the area 2,000 years ago, hike past marker at the hub of the original 1,000 acres donated to The Regents by the Irvine Company, 1963

Box 1 : 4

P010204. Wildflowers add color to the rolling hills of the campus site which is about three miles inland from the Pacific Ocean coastline, 1963

Box 1 : 4

P010205. The Pacific Ocean coastline is about 3 miles from the campus, 1963

Box 1 : 5

P010206. This ranch house is just a few hundred yards from the center of the campus, 1963

Box 1 : 6

P010207. L.E. Cox, first University employee, set up an office in the Irvine family home as Business and Finance Officer. Subsequently he was named Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance, 1961 July

Box 1 : 7

P010208. University officials visit the campus site. Standing from left: Regent Donald H. McLaughlin, Regent Gerald H. Hagar, Charles S. Thomas, President of The Irvine Company. Seated from left: Chancellor Aldrich, Regent Dorothy B. Chandler, President Kerr, 1961

Box 1 : 8

P010209. Discussing campus planning at architects' headquarters at Urbanus Square are, from left, Chancellor Aldrich, Charles S. Thomas, and William L. Pereira, Consulting Architect, 1961

Box 1 : 9

P010210-P010214. Chancellor Aldrich looks over the construction site in October 1963 as land-moving equipment begins work, 1963 October.

Physical Description: Composite of 5 photos.
Box 1 : 10

P010215. View to the east from the center of the campus, 1963

Box 1 : 11

P010216. Members of faculty and staff gathered in the patio of the Interim office at the northern tip of the campus. Standing from left: Chancellor Aldrich, Ivan Hinderaker, Conway Pierce, Ralph Short, Clifton Miller, Theodore Otto, Earl Graham, Leonard Moffitt and Thomas Bristow. Seated from left: Helen Greening, Kathryn Milne, Sandra Lowry, Nona Fenley, Elsie Epp, Dorothy Donatone, Coulson Tough, Florence Arnold, James Sharp, Eloise Kloke, L.E.Cox, and Charlotte Main, 1963 May

Box 1 : 12

P010217. President Kerr visits with Vice Chancellor Hinderaker, left, and Chancellor Aldrich, 1963 May

Box 1 : 12

P010218. William Pereira and Chancellor Aldrich stroll at Urbanus Square, 1963

Box 1 : 13

P010219. Tony Ercegovich, storekeeper, delivers a mail sack to William Cook, postmaster at Irvine, later re-named East Irvine, 1963

Box 1 : 13

P010220. A Metropolitan Water District pipeline was installed to the new San Joaquin reservoir, 1963

Box 1 : 14

P010221. A visit to the campus is part of an academic planning session. Standing from left: Brad Atwood, Elwood Buffa, John S. Galbraith, Robert Gleckner, Richard Balch, E.A. Steinhaus, Clayton Garrison, Chancellor Aldrich, L.E. Cox, Elmo Morgan. Kneeling from left: Richard Baisden, John Smith, Mantle Hood, J. W. Peltason, Ralph W. Gerard, Conway Pierce, Siegfried V. Wantrup, Ivan Hinderaker and Carl Eckart, 1963 August

Box 1 : 14

P010222. Chancellor Aldrich, J.W. Peltason, Richard Balch, E.A. Steinhaus at campus site, 1963 August

Box 1 : 14

P010223. Members of academic planning session standing at center of campus view natural drainage area between Humanities site at left and Commons site at right, 1963 August

Box 1 : 15

P010224. Aerial view showing campus site in upper right, 1963 August

Box 1 : 16

P010225. Interim office. Sheep graze near the interim office during the summer, 1963

Box 1 : 16

P010226. Interim office. Patricia Montgomery at the campus switchboard during the summer, 1963

Box 1 : 16

P010227. Interim office. James Willson, Business Manager, conducts a training session, 1963

Box 1 : 16

P010228. Interim office. Horseshoe pitching is noon time recreation for James Sharp, Chancellor Aldrich, and Coulson Tough, 1963

Box 1 : 17

P010229. Gene Uematsu, landscape architect, 1963

Box 1 : 17

P010230. Clockwise from bottom left, Chancellor Aldrich, Early Graham, Construction Manager; L.E. Cox, Coulson Tough, Campus Architect; William L. Pereira, 1963

Box 1 : 17

P010231. First bid opening for campus construction in the Commodore Room, Newporter Inn. From left at head table: Earl Graham, Chancellor Aldrich, Coulson Tough, L.E. Cox, William L. Pereira, William Blurock and James Sink. Robert E. McKee, Inc., Los Angeles, was awarded a contract for $7,139,900 to construct six buildings: Library, Commons, Humanities-Social Science, Fine Arts, Natural Science, and Science Lecture Hall, 1963 October 31

Box 1 : 18

P010232. Marker at exact geographical hub of the central campus, 1963.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
Box 1 : 18

P010233. Markers at exact geographical hub of the central campus, 1963.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
Box 1 : 19

P010234. Interim office, first occupied in December, 1962.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
Box 1 : 20

P010235. Site preparation under way during late 1963. Site for Commons at left; site for Library at right, 1963.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
Box 1 : 21

P010236. The first cement pour is for a flood control channel, 1963 November

Box 1 : 22

P010237. Aerial view of site preparation, 1964 April

Box 1 : 23

P010238. Construction view to the west from site of Library, 1964 February

Box 1 : 24

P010239. Chet Huntley of NBC-TV visits the campus and chats with Chancellor Aldrich before filming a scene for the documentary on the University entitled, "1,000-Mile Campus," undated

Box 1 : 25

P010240. Construction sign at University House, the Chancellor's home in Dover Shores, 1964 April

Box 1 : 25

P010241. Construction of the Faculty Research Center adjacent to the interim office, 1964 April

Box 1 : 25

P010242. Construction of University House, the Chancellor's home in Dover Shores, 1964 April

Box 1 : 25

P010243. Vice Chancellor Ivan Hinderaker confers with Edward A. Steinhaus, Dean of Biological Sciences, 1964 April

Box 1 : 26

P010244. Aerial view of central campus, 1964 April

Box 1 : 27

P010245. Games at All University Alumni Picnic, 1964 May

Box 1 : 27

P010246. Games at All University Alumni Picnic. Wayne Crawford helps organize sack race, 1964 May

Box 1 : 27

P010247. Games at All University Alumni Picnic. Walter E. Smith, head of Berkeley alumni in Orange County, talks with Chancellor Aldrich, 1964 May

Box 1 : 27

P010248. Games at All University Alumni Picnic. Bill Kibble and Earl Ludwick assist in serving soft drinks, 1964 May

Box 1 : 28

P010249. Construction moves forward on campus. Trucks unload concrete, 1964 May

Box 1 : 28

P010250. Construction moves forward on campus,1964 May

Box 1 : 28

P010251. Construction moves forward on campus, 1964 May

Box 1 : 28

P010252. Construction moves forward on campus, 1964 May

Box 1 : 29

P010253. Signs with original identification of Social Sciences-Humanities building [later Humanities Office Building, renamed Murray Krieger Hall in 2000], 1964 June

Box 1 : 29

P010254. Signs with original identification of Natural Sciences and Engineering [later Biological Sciences I or Steinhaus Hall], 1964 June

Box 1 : 29

P010255. Sign with original identification of the campus cafeteria or Commons [later Gateway Study Center for the Main Library], 1964 June

Box 1 : 29

P010256. Sign with original identification of the Library [later Main Library], 1964 June

Box 1 : 30

P010257. Aerial view of campus. Library at far left, 1964 June

Box 1 : 31

P010258. The Regents meet on the Irvine campus June 18-19, 1964. Wives of the Regents and other University officers tour Newport Harbor on Harry Rinker's yacht, "C'est la vie." Mr. Rinker greets Mrs. Clark Kerr. Next in line are Mesdames Edward W. Carter, Edward W. Strong, E.J. Power, Emil Mrak, Dean McHenry and far left, Mrs. Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr., 1964 June

Box 1 : 31

P010259. The Regents meet on the Irvine campus. Mrs. Dorothy Ahmanson and the Fine Arts Patrons of Newport Harbor host a dinner for the Regents at the Balboa pavilion. Standing from left: Mrs. Ahmanson, President Kerr, Chancellor Aldrich, and William Pereira, 1964 June

Box 1 : 31

P010260. The Regents meet on the Irvine campus. Harry Rinker's yacht "C'est la vie," on which wives of the Regents and other University officers tour Newport Harbor, 1964 June

Box 1 : 31

P010261. The Regents meet on the Irvine campus. President Kerr visits the UCI interim office and greets Mrs. Rosalyn Mort of the Accounting Department while Chancellor Aldrich looks on, 1964 June

Box 1 : 32

P010262. Looking at a model of the central campus as it may appear in 1990 are: from left, Chancellor Aldrich, William Pereira and Charles S. Thomas, undated

Box 1 : 33

P010263. Map of the campus as it may appear in 1990 as shown in the Long Range Development Plan, 1962 December

Box 2 : 1

P010264. Aerial view to the south from University Drive, 1964 June

Box 2 : 2

P010265. Orange County sheriff's deputies and State Highway patrolman at UCI dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 2

P010266. Crowd walks from parked cars to UCI dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 2

P010267. Early arrivals at the UCI dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 2

P010268. Boy Scout booth at UCI site dedication supervised by Richard J. Hess, left. Customer is James G. Wilson, UCI Business Manager, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 3

P010269. Aerial view of site to the west with upper Newport Bay in background as crowd arrives at the UCI site dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 4

P010270. In the reception tent at the UCI site dedication, left to right, Dr. Daniel D. Aldrich, Jr., Chancellor; William L. Pereira, Master Planner; Charles S. Thomas, President, The Irvine Company, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 4

P010271. Exchanging greetings at UCI Site Dedication, left to right, L.E. Cox, Vice Chancellor-Business and Finance; C.M. Featherly, William J. Phillips, Orange County Board of Supervisors, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 5

P010272. Third Marine Aircraft Band, El Toro, at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 5

P010273. Interested spectators at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 5

P010274. Interested spectators at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 5

P010275. Mariachi band at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 6

P010276. Left to right: UC President Clark Kerr, UC Vice President Earl Bolton, Chancellor Aldrich at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 7

P010277. Dr. Ivan Hinderaker , UCI Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs, narrating history and future plans of the Irvine campus at the UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 7

P010278. Teleprompters and seal of the President of the United States of America are placed in position for the UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 8

P010279. Aerial view to southwest in late morning, shortly before President Johnson's arrival at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 9

P010280. Seated in row from upper left: Mrs. Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr., Mrs. Edmund G. Brown, Mrs. Clark Kerr, Mrs. Glenn M. Anderson, Mrs. Edward W. Carter at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 10

P010281. Press section at UCI Site Dedication. In center foreground: H. Bradford Atwood, Assistant to the Chancellor and Public Affairs Officer talks with Phil Hanna, reporter from the San Fernando Valley Times, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 11

P010282. Helicopter landing at the UCI Site Dedication. President Lyndon B. Johnson steps from helicopter to be greeted by Chancellor Aldrich, President Kerr, Edward W. Carter, Chairman of the Board of Regents, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 12

P010283. Regents and other University officials form a reception line for President Johnson at the UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 13

P010284. Marine band prepares to play "Hail to the Chief" as President Johnson approaches the platform at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 14

P010285. Everyone sings the National Anthem at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 15

P010286. Bowing heads for invocation by Reverend Edwin C. Gomke, minister, Corona del Mar Community Church, are: President Johnson, UC President Kerr, Governor Brown and Regent Carter at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 16

P010287. Welcoming remarks by Chancellor Aldrich at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 17

P010288. President Johnson is introduced and prepares to speak at UCI Site Dedication. Standing in front row, left to right, Regents John Mage, Jesse W. Tapp, William K. Coblenz, William E. Forbes, Norton Simon, John E. Canaday, Lieutenant-Governor Glenn M. Anderson, Reverend Gomke, and Chancellor Aldrich, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 18

P010289. President Johnson said "California is not just talking about education-you are doing something about it," UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 19

P010290. View of the crowd estimated at 15,000 at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 20

P010291. All-Orange County High School Choir at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 23

P010294. Chain of title to campus land is presented to President Johnson by Chancellor Aldrich at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 24

P010295. President Johnson surprises his security agents by moving into the crowd at the conclusion of the program at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 25

P010296. Departure of President Johnson by helicopter from UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 26

P010297. The crowd waves farewell at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 27

P010298. The ceremony is over and the crowd returns to parked automobiles at UCI Site Dedication, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 28

P010299. Automobiles leaving the campus after UCI Site Dedication via University Drive approach MacArthur Boulevard. View is to the east with central campus at upper right, 1964 June 20

Box 2 : 30

Unnumbered. Statement from Edmund Brown, Governor of California, on the occasion of the UCI Dedication, undated

Box 3 : 1

P010300. View of the campus from the Library. Commons in foreground, Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Science buildings at left, 1964 August

Box 3 : 2

P010301. University House, residence of Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich in Dover Shores overlooking upper Newport Bay, 1964

Box 3 : 2

P010302. University House, residence of Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich in Dover Shores overlooking upper Newport Bay, 1964

Box 3 : 2

P010303. University House, residence of Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich in Dover Shores overlooking upper Newport Bay, 1964

Box 3 : 2

P010304. University House, residence of Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich in Dover Shores overlooking upper Newport Bay, 1964

Box 3 : 3

P010305. Aerial view of campus looking west with upper Newport Bay in background, 1964 August

Box 3 : 4

P010306. Science Lecture Hall, left, and Natural Science building, 1964 September

Box 3 : 5

P010307. From left, Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Science, and Commons, 1964 September

Box 3 : 6

P010308. Members of the California Alumni Council planted the first trees on the campus. Holding the shovel and standing next to Chancellor Aldrich is John Mage, president of the Alumni Council. At the far right is Richard E. Erickson, executive secretary. Buildings in the background are Commons, left, and Library, 1964 October 23

Box 3 : 7

P010309. Aerial view. Campus Hall and Central Plant, left background. >From left in foreground, Natural Science, Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Science buildings, 1964 October

Box 3 : 8

P010310. Aerial view looking southeast. Campus Hall in right foreground, 1964 October

Box 3 : 9

P010311. Kneeling from left, Harry Baker, Chancellor Aldrich, Duvall Hecht and other Founders of Rowing at UCI inspecting site of 2,000 meter rowing course to be developed on upper Newport Bay, 1964

Box 3 : 9

P010312. Irvine Company presents centennial papers of the ranch to UCI through Friends of the UCI Library; from left, Charles S. Thomas, B.N. Desenberg, Don Meadows, John E. Smith, 1964

Box 3 : 9

P010313. Friends of the UCI Library board meet at the interim office; standing from left: John E. Smith, Librarian; Don Meadows, B.N. Desenberg, President; A.J. McFadden; seated from left: Muriel Reynolds, Helen Smith, Adolph Kroch, Elaine Mittelman and Helen Shanbrom bottom left, 1964

Box 3 : 9

P010314. Mrs. P.G. Love and Willis Warner, Jr., present records of pioneer Warner family to Chancellor Aldrich for library's Orange County historical collection, 1964

Box 3 : 10

P010315. Campus construction photo taken by Long Beach Press-Telegram, 1964 November

Box 3 : 10

P010316. Campus construction photo taken by Long Beach Press-Telegram, 1964 November

Box 3 : 10

P010317. Campus construction photo taken by Long Beach Press-Telegram, 1964 November

Box 3 : 10

P010318. Campus construction photo taken by Long Beach Press-Telegram. Humanities-Social Science building, 1964 November

Box 3 : 11

P010319. Earl Graham, construction manager, inspects central campus from temporary observation platform for visitors, 1964

Box 3 : 11

P010320. Campus Hall, multipurpose gymnasium-auditorium, 1964

Box 3 : 11

P010321. Campus Hall, multipurpose gymnasium-auditorium, 1964

Box 3 : 11

P010322. Campus Hall, multipurpose gymnasium-auditorium, 1964

Box 3 : 12

P010323. Campus Hall, 1964

Box 3 : 12

P010324. View from the Commons, 1964

Box 3 : 12

P010325. Humanities-Social Science building, 1964

Box 3 : 12

P010326. Humanities-Social Science building, 1964

Box 3 : 13

P010327. Revolving platform in Science Lecture Hall, 1964

Box 3 : 13

P010328. View from the Commons, 1964

Box 3 : 13

P010329. Last sunshade is placed on Humanities-Social Science building, 1964

Box 3 : 13

P010330. Exterior of Science Lecture Hall, 1964

Box 3 : 14

P010331. Christmas at the interim office. Dr. Ronald Taylor, center, C.O. Reinhardt, L.E. Cox, lower foreground, 1964 December

Box 3 : 14

P010332. Christmas at the interim office. Jean Yorba, Carla Anderson and Sandra Lowry, 1964 December

Box 3 : 14

P010333. Chancellor contemplates gift of sweatshirt with lettering "Chief" as Vice Chancellor J.W. Peltason, left, and Professor Arthur Marder watch with amusement, 1964 December

Box 3 : 14

P010334. Wayne Crawford, Director of Athletics and Jackie Crawford, Central Records (no relation) show first UCI sweatshirt, 1964 December

Box 3 : 15

P010335. Life at the interim office. Lunch on the patio, 1965 January

Box 3 : 15

P010336. Life at the interim office. Vice Chancellor L.E. Cox talks to secretaries. Central campus construction in background, 1965 January

Box 3 : 15

P010337. Life at the interim office. Bridge is noontime relaxation for Theodore Otto, Thomas Bristow, Florence Arnold and Helen Greening, 1965 January

Box 3 : 15

P010338. Life at the interim office. The lunch truck was a welcome visitor, 1965 January

Box 3 : 16

P010339. Aerial view of the campus looking south. Mesa Court, single student residences, under construction in left foreground, 1965 January.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
Box 3 : 17

P010340. Academic planning session at the interim office. Clockwise from lower left: Kenneth Ford, Bernard Gelbaum, Ralph W. Gerard, Edward A. Steinhaus, Samuel C. McColloch, J.W. Peltason, Marion Murphy, 1965 January

Box 3 : 17

P010341. Physical planning session, Vice Chancellor L.E. Cox (center) and Earl Graham, 1965 January

Box 3 : 18

P010342. Commons and Library as seen from Humanities-Social Science building, 1965

Box 3 : 18

P010343. L.E. Cox (center) and Earl Graham at Mesa Court site, 1965

Box 3 : 18

P010344. Science Lecture Hall, 1965

Box 3 : 18

P010345. F. Sherwood Rowland and chemistry department faculty members inspect Natural Science building, 1965

Box 3 : 19

P010346. Library staff in temporary quarters in Douglas Astropower building, 1965 February

Box 3 : 19

P010347. John E. Smith, Librarian, Robert Thomason, Assistant Librarian, and Earl Graham inspect library building, 1965 February

Box 3 : 19

P010348. John E. Smith, Librarian, and Robert Thomason, Assistant Librarian inspect library building, 1965 February

Box 3 : 20

P010349. Library building with Commons in right background. First and fifth floors of Library are to be occupied by administrative offices including Student Affairs, 1965 February 25

Box 3 : 21

P010350. View of the central campus looking south from site of interim office, 1965

Box 3 : 22

P010351. Aerial view looking south. Mesa Court housing in foreground, 1965 March

Box 3 : 23

P010352. Interim office parking lot, 1965

Box 3 : 23

P010353. Samuel C. McCulloch, Dean of Humanities, and James G. March, Dean of Social Sciences, talk to prospective student, 1965

Box 3 : 23

P010354. Albert Irwin, Aquatics Coach, and Wayne Crawford, Director of Athletics, at swimming pool site, 1965

Box 3 : 23

P010355. The UCI coaching staff. From left: Wayne Crawford, Dick Skeen, tennis; Duvall Hecht, crew; Ray Thornton, intramural; Dan Rogers, basketball; Albert Irwin, water polo and swimming, 1965 April

Box 3 : 24

P010356. With the help of the University's Agricultural Field Station near El Toro, seeds and cuttings from the Southern California area and from botanical gardens in this area were prepared for planting on campus, 1965

Box 3 : 24

P010357. Visitors view the campus from temporary observation platform, 1965

Box 3 : 24

P010358. High school students toured the campus in buses, 1965

Box 3 : 24

P010359. B.N. Desenberg, Rosemary Waters and Leon Ware of the Friends of the UCI Library inspect library construction progress, 1965

Box 3 : 25

P010360. A check for $10,000 is given to the Library by Friends of UCI Library. From left: John E. Smith, Adolph Kroch, B.N. Desenberg, and Chancellor Aldrich, 1965

Box 3 : 25

P010361. Children prepare for All-University Alumni picnic at Irvine campus with help of chairman, Mrs. Herbert Wheeler, 1965 May 16

Box 3 : 25

P010362. Mrs. Ellene Sumner, Housing and Food Director checks rugs for single student residences at Mesa Court, 1965

Box 3 : 25

P010363. Brad Atwood, left, and Leroy Wollenberger, 1965

Box 3 : 26

P010364. Central campus construction. Commons and Library, 1965 June

Box 3 : 26

P010365. Central campus construction. Natural Science building and corner of Science Lecture Hall, far right, 1965 June

Box 3 : 26

P010366. Central campus construction. Humanities-Social Science and Fine Arts buildings, 1965 June

Box 3 : 26

P010367. Central campus construction. Science Lecture Hall, 1965 June

Box 3 : 27

P010368. Campus Hall nears completion, 1965 June

Box 3 : 27

P010369. Campus Hall nears completion, 1965 June

Box 3 : 27

P010370. Campus Hall nears completion, 1965 June

Box 3 : 27

P010371. Campus Hall nears completion, 1965 June

Box 4 : ii

Unnumbered. Program for first Convocation, 1965 September 26

Box 4 : ii

Unnumbered. Historical Highlights publication from Public Affairs Office, 1966 May

Box 4 : 1

P010372. Construction worker at Fine Arts building, 1965 July

Box 4 : 1

P010373. Work progresses on Fine Arts building, foreground, and Humanities-Social Science building, 1965 July

Box 4 : 2

P010374. Chancellor Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr., Robert Armstrong of IBM, and Dr. J.A. Kearns at the computer facility housed in trailers at the interim office site, 1965 July

Box 4 : 2

P010375. The computer facility housed in trailers at the interim office, 1965 July

Box 4 : 3

P010376. The move from the interim offices to the central campus begins. Mrs. Betty L. Noller, Communications Supervisor, and Mrs. Helen Greening, Switchboard Receptionist, 1965 August

Box 4 : 3

P010377. The move from the interim offices to the central campus begins. Public Affairs Office Trailer: H.B. Atwood, Public Affairs Officer; Charlotte Main, Secretary; Marjorie Smith, Writer, 1965 August

Box 4 : 3

P010378. The move from the interim offices to the central campus begins. Samuel C. McCulloch, Dean of Humanities; J.W. Peltason, Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs; Florence Arnold, Administrative Assistant, 1965 August

Box 4 : 3

P010379. The move from the interim offices to the central campus begins. Nona Jenkins and Mary R. Tomkinson pack the Social Science files, 1965 August

Box 4 : 4

P010380. Saturday was moving day on the central campus. Edward A. Steinhaus, Dean of Biological Sciences; L.E. Cox, Vice Chancellor-Business & Finance; Earl F. Graham, Construction Manager; Chancellor Aldrich, 1965 August

Box 4 : 4

P010381. Saturday was moving day on the central campus. Student helper moves a desk, 1965 August

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P010382. Saturday was moving day on the central campus. William H. Kibble, custodial foreman, inspects several desks for the Humanities-Social Science building, 1965 August

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P010383. Saturday was moving day on the central campus. Student helpers struggle up stairs with furniture, 1965 August

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P010384. In front of the Natural Science building are Wayne Clark, public information; Peggy Cruz and Dorothy Hurd, Pacific Telephone Company; Mrs. Noller, Communications Supervisor; and James G. Wilson, Business Manager, 1965 August

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P010385. Dorothy Hurd, Pacific Telephone Company, and Mrs. Noller in UCI centrex telephone installation at Central Plant, 1965 August

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P010386. A group of students visits the campus for a preview, 1965 August

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P010387. Lyle Gainsley, Registrar and admissions officer, with the first two students to register by mail, Londa Stewart and Dell Schweitzer, 1965 August

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P010388. Connie Sunblad and Janice Jenkins of Student Affairs mail the first 1965-66 catalogues, 1965 August

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P010389. Coulson Tough, Campus Architect, and Gene S. Uematsu, Landscape Architect, inspect one of the new plants, 1965 August

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P010390. Carol Burns and Lillian Koory of Student Affairs assist in mailing first catalogues, 1965 August

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P010391. First flag-raising at Gateway Plaza. Students Dale Finney and Barbara Terhune raise the American flag. Chancellor and group of students on campus for orientation stand at attention. Color guard was from El Toro Marine Base, 1965 September 14

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P010392. First flag-raising at Gateway Plaza. Students Dale Finney and Barbara Terhune raise the American flag. Chancellor and group of students on campus for orientation stand at attention. Color guard was from El Toro Marine Base, 1965 September 14

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P010393. Press Day. Chancellor Aldrich inspects newly installed site dedication plaque, 1965 September 14

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P010394. Press Day. Linda Tappata, Public Affairs Secretary, is the first person to go through the scramble system for a Saga Food Service lunch in the Commons, 1965 September 14

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P010395. Press Day. At the head table for the Press Day lunch in the Commons: Richard L. Balch, Vice Chancellor-Business & Finance (hidden); Chancellor Aldrich; J.W. Peltason, Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs; R.W. Gerard, Dean of Graduate Division; William L. Pereira, Architect and Planner, 1965 September 14

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P010396. First Convocation in Campus Hall. Faculty members identifiable from left: Spencer C. Olin, Jr., Henry C. Meyer, James L. McGaugh, Richard C. Snyder, Hazard S. Adams, James G. March, Samuel C. McCulloch, Robert M. Saunders, and W. Conway Pierce, 1965 September 26

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P010397. President Clark Kerr is at the rostrum in this Convocation scene. Faculty and distinguished guests are also on stage. Parents and friends filled the hall to its capacity of over 2,000. Speakers were Cecil E. Hoffman, D.D., Executive Secretary of the University Interfaith Council; President Kerr, Regent Philip L. Boyd; James B. Hall, Professor of English; Diane Holt, student; and Chancellor Aldrich, 1965 September 26

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P010398. A reception was held in the Commons following the Convocation. From left: Chancellor Aldrich, Regent John E. Canaday, Mrs. Harry R. Wellman, Regent Philip L. Boyd, President Kerr, William L. Pereira, and Vice Chancellor Peltason, 1965 September 26

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P010399. First day of classes. Landscaping is about to start. Buildings are Fine Arts, left, and Humanities-Social Sciences, 1965 October 5

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P010400. Finding classrooms was a challenge the first day, 1965 October 5

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P010401. Finding classrooms was a challenge the first day, 1965 October 5

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P010402. Finding classrooms was a challenge the first day. Marjorie C. Caserio, Assistant Professor in Chemistry, 1965 October 5

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P010403. Finding classrooms was a challenge the first day. Class convenes in Science Lecture Hall, 1965 October 5

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P010404. Aerial view of the campus looking to the east with Campus Hall in the foreground, 1965 October

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P010405. Water polo was the first intercollegiate athletic activity at Irvine. Coach Al Irwin talked to his team during a time out in a match in the UCI pool, 1965 October

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P010406. Posters outside the Commons snack bar are an indication of the beginning of student activities, 1965 October

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P010407. Governor Edmund G. Brown visits campus, accompanied by Congressman Richard T. Hanna, and speaks to an American Thought and Culture class.1965 October 29

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P010408. Governor Edmund G. Brown visits campus and speaks to an American Thought and Culture class. He was accompanied by Congressman Richard T. Hanna, 1965 October 29

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P010409. The Irvine Town Center was a trailer village. From left: Post Office, University Interfaith Center, Bank of America and the University Bookstore. In the background under construction is the first permanent building in the Town Center erected by The Irvine Company opposite the entrance to the Gateway Plaza, 1965 November

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P010410. The period between classes is a busy time outside the Science Lecture Hall, 1965 November

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P010411. The period between classes is a busy time outside the Science Lecture Hall, 1965 November

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P010412. With a startling similarity to the famed flag raising at Iwo Jima, workmen plant a large tree near the Library. Commons in the background, 1965 November

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P010413. Aerial view to the east showing most of the 1510 acres of the campus. Visible in the upper left is the start of construction of the first 100 apartment units to be occupied in the fall of 1966, 1965 December

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P010414. Pointing to the Library-Administration building on a large aerial photograph of the campus is L.E. Cox, Vice Chancellor-Business and Finance, 1965 December

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P010415. The rains came and the campus was muddy but unbowed after the downpours, 1965 November

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P010416. The rains came and the campus was muddy but unbowed after the downpours, 1965 November

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P010417. The Library opened with about 100,000 volumes. The reference room occupied a corner of the main floor, 1965 November

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P010418. The Library quickly attracted public use as well as students. Journals of special interest were available from the outset, 1965 November

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P010419. Robert M. Saunders, Dean of the School of Engineering, lectures to a class, 1965 December

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P010420. Students reading in the lobby of Bahia, one of the 10 two-story residence halls on campus at Mesa Court, each housing 50 single students. Men and women students are housed in separate buildings, 1965 December

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P010421. Aerial view of the campus showing the first apartment units at Verano Place under construction in the foreground. At the upper left is Newport Bay. Water at the right is irrigation run-off from the Irvine Ranch, 1966 January.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010422. Interior view of the power generating equipment in the Central Plant, source of heating and cooling for buildings on the central campus. This first unit was completed shortly after the main campus buildings were occupied by faculty and staff, 1965 September

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P010423. An unusual view of the campus from a hill looking to the mountains north of Tustin and Santa Ana, 1966 February

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P010424. On Arbor Day, Friends of UCI planted a "Friendship Grove" between the Commons and the Humanities-Social Science buildings. Chancellor Aldrich and Baird B. Coffin, President of the Friends of UCI, inspect one of the trees, 1966 March 7

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P010425. Verano Place apartment construction progresses, 1966 March

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P010426. Verano Place apartment construction progresses, 1966 March

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P010427. A view of the campus looking south from the interim office area across the open fields, 1966 March.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010428. The UCI Anteaters varsity basketball team attracted enthusiastic supporters including Chancellor Aldrich and Vice Chancellor Cox, undated

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P010429. The UCI Anteaters varsity basketball team attracted enthusiastic support. Zot buttons were numerous, undated

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P010430. The UCI Anteaters varsity basketball team attracted enthusiastic support, undated

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P010431. The UCI Anteaters varsity basketball team attracted enthusiastic support. Coached by Dan Rogers, UCI won its first game over UC Riverside and compiled a 15-11 record, undated

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P010432. Among the popular sports at UCI the first year was rowing. Freshmen eight-oared rowing crews in practice barge, undated

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P010433. Among the popular sports at UCI the first year was water polo. Water polo players Randy Howatt and Dave Belknap with Big I Booster Heidi Hewitt, undated

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P010434. Among the popular sports at UCI the first year were handball and squash, undated

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P010435. Among the popular sports at UCI the first year was tennis. Gayle Dukelow and Harvey Klyce, varsity players, undated

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P010436. The inauguration of Dr. Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr., as Chancellor took place in Campus Hall. Heading the academic procession with the Chancellor were President Kerr and in left background Regent Philip L. Boyd; at right Francis Keppel, Assistant Secretary for Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, who was the principal speaker, 1966 May 20

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P010437. President Kerr congratulates Dr. Keppel, who received the first honorary degree on the Irvine campus, presented by Regent Boyd, right, 1966 May 20

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P010438. Chancellor Aldrich begins his inaugural address. From left: Regent Boyd, President Kerr, Dr. Keppel, Regent Edward W. Carter, 1966-05-20

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P010439. Students stayed up most of the night to decorate the Library-Administration building as a surprise greeting to the Chancellor when he arrived at his office the morning of the inauguration, 1966 May 20

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P010440. Chancellor Aldrich and Mrs. Aldrich cut cake at the Inaugural Ball in Campus Hall, sponsored by UCI Town and Gown, 1966 May 20

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P010441. Landscaping development is evident in this view of the central campus. Faculty in the background from left are: A.I. Melden, Professor of Philosophy and Chairman of the Irvine Division of the Academic Senate; Daniel C. Dennett, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, and Spencer C. Olin, Jr., Assistant Professor of History, undated

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P010442. The Computer Facility housed temporarily in the Fine Arts building is headed by Fred Tonge, Jr., left foreground, Associate Professor of Administration. With him discussing Computer Aided Instruction is James G. March, right, Dean of Social Sciences, undated

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P010443. Mesa Court. This cluster of 10 residence halls was filled to its capacity of 250 single men and 250 single women students. Bicycles are a popular form of transportation, 1966 May

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P010444. Small classes frequently meet for discussions in the open air. This group is gathered in the plaza between the Natural Science and Fine Arts building, undated

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P010445. The Science Lecture Hall, left, seats 350. A lecture adjourns and students walk across central campus toward the Commons and Library, 1966 May

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P010446. The Class of 1966, first to earn degrees at UCI and numbering 14 at a Commencement dinner in the Commons, was addressed by Bernard R. Gelbaum, above left, Professor of Mathematics. From left, recipients of the Bachelor of Arts degree were Rita Anne Cregg, Jerene Clair Cline, English; Peter Leland Jacklin, Charles Dion McGregor, Michael Merrick Gollong, Mathematics; Vincent Jerrems Healy, Jr., Carole Carney Rathfon, Art; Bland Ewing, Biological Sciences; Linda Ann Howey, Psychobiology; and Michael Max Asher, Art, not in photo. Master of Arts degrees went to Gail Lana White, English, second from right, and Mary Dorothea Polk, English, and Mark Alvin Cross, Physics, not in photo. A Ph.D. in Engineering was received by Roland Schinzinger, far right, 1966 June 25

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Unnumbered. Invitations to inauguration of Chancellor Aldrich and Inaugural Ball, 1966 May 20

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Unnumbered. Program from first UCI basketball game, 1965 December 1

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Unnumbered. Program from Commencement, 1967

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Unnumbered. Historical Highlights publication from Public Affairs Office, 1959 March- 1967 February

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P010447. Students arose at 4 a.m. to decorate the Library-Administration Building as a surprise to Chancellor Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr., when he arrived at his office on the morning of his inauguration ceremony, 1966 May 20

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P010448. Identifiable just before the academic procession began for the Chancellor's inauguration are from left: A.I. Melden, Chairman, Academic Senate; Mark Mussachia, student speaker; Baird B. Coffin, President, Friends of UCI; President Clark Kerr; Francis Keppell, Assistant Secretary for Education, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Chancellor Aldrich, 1966 May 20

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P010449. The procession into Campus Hall begins. From left: Regent Dorothy B. Chandler, Baird B. Coffin, Reverend William Ralph Harvey, who gave the invocation; Regent Glenn Anderson, Lt. Governor, State of California; Regent Edward W. Carter, 1966 May 20

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P010450. Regent Philip L. Boyd makes the presentation of the honorary degree to Francis Keppell as President Kerr extends congratulations. At far right, A.I. Melden, Chairman of the Academic Senate at UCI, 1966 May 20

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P010451. Guests leave the morning inauguration ceremony in Campus Hall and walk toward the Commons for luncheon. Visible on the bridge at the right is William L. Pereira, architect and planner, 1966 May 20

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P010452. At the Inaugural Ball, sponsored by UCI Town and Gown in Campus Hall, a cake is cut by Mrs. Aldrich as Chancellor Aldrich looks on, 1966 May 20

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P010453. A reception was held at University House, hosted by Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich. Mrs. Harry Wellman, Vice President Wellman, Elizabeth Aldrich, 1966 May 20

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P010454. A reception was held at University House, hosted by Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich. Mrs. Walter Mellott, Mr. John Parker and Charles S. Thomas, 1966 May 20

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P010455. A reception was held at University House, hosted by Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Shanbrom, Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey, 1966 May 20

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P010456. A reception was held at University House, hosted by Chancellor and Mrs. Aldrich. Howard Lawson, Friends of UCI; B.N. Desenberg, President, Friends of UCI Library, 1966 May 20

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P010457. Orchestra leader Joe Moshay, Master of Ceremonies Harry Bobbitt, 1966 May 20

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P010458. Student combo, "Ye Fogge," 1966 May 20

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P010459. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Pereira, 1966 May 20

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P010460. Mr. Slack Winburn and Mrs. William Stabler, general chairman of the Inaugural Ball, 1966 May 20

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P010461. Fine Arts Building, left, and Humanities-Social Sciences Building, 1966 March

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P010462. UCI crews hold a brisk workout on the Lido Channel course, 1966

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P010463. A dinner for family and friends highlighted the first graduation ceremony in the Commons. Speaker was Bernard R. Gelbaum, Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the department,1966 June 25

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P010464. A dinner for family and friends highlighted the first graduation ceremony in the Commons. Chancellor Aldrich hands diploma to Michael Asher, 1966 June 25

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P010465. A dinner for family and friends highlighted the first graduation ceremony in the Commons. Roland Schinzinger receives Ph.D. from A.I. Melden and Chancellor Aldrich offers congratulations, 1966 June 25

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P010466. A dinner for family and friends highlighted the first graduation ceremony in the Commons. Happiness is a degree from UCI as evidenced by Michael Asher and Mrs. Jerene C. Cline, 1966 June 25

 

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P010468. Chancellor Aldrich pauses in the Gateway Plaza to chat with a group of students, 1966 September

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P010469. A view of the Humanities-Social Sciences Building, 1966 September

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P010470. Among the key people on the administrative staff is Donald E. Walker, Vice Chancellor-Student Affairs, 1966

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P010471. Among the key people on the administrative staff is Robert S. Lawrence, Dean of Students, 1966

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P010472. Among the key people on the administrative staff is Mrs. Ellene Sumner, Director of Housing and Food Services, 1966

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P010473. Among the key people on the administrative staff is Coulson Tough, Campus Architect, 1966

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P010474. A view of the Commons (foreground) and Library-Administration building (background) looking to the south from Mesa Court, 1966 October.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010475. Lawn adds color to the campus in the fall. Buildings from left: Library-Administration, Commons, Humanities-Social Sciences, Fine Arts, Natural Sciences, 1966.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010476. From a point near the site of the proposed Fine Arts Village, the buildings from left are: Humanities-Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Natural Sciences, 1966.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010477. A group of women students relaxes on the lawn at Mesa Court, 1966 November.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010478. Irvine Ranch cowboy herds cattle on the campus near the Verano Place apartments in the winter, 1966

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P010479. The annual All-University Alumni picnic in the spring attracted the usual turnout of families with youngsters to enjoy the games and contests. Chancellor Aldrich in sports shirt, left background, 1966

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P010480. An unusual view of the corner of the Humanities-Social Sciences Building with the Commons and Library-Administration Building in background, 1966

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P010481. Entrance to the office section of Campus Hall, housing Physical Education, Student Health Center and University Extension, 1966

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P010482. Aerial of the campus, courtesy of Donald Flamm, Philco-Ford, Aeronutronic, 1966 October.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010483. Aerial of the campus, courtesy of Donald Flamm, Philco-Ford, Aeronutronic, 1966 October.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010484. The pedestrian bridge leading to Campus Hall, 1966

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P010485. Beginning of the second academic year in the fall. Campus Park with Commons and Library-Administration Building in background, 1966

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P010486a. Beginning of the second academic year in the fall. Natural Sciences Building from center of campus, 1966

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P010486b. Beginning of the second academic year in the fall. Library-Administration Building in background, 1966

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P010486c. Beginning of the second academic year in the fall. First 100 apartments in Verano Place are occupied, 1966

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P010487. Student John Bradley speaks to largest student gathering in the history of the campus at a meeting to discuss the dismissal of Clark Kerr as President of the University of California and the budget cuts proposed by Governor Ronald Reagan, 1967 January 23

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P010488. UCI varsity basketball team played the Japanese Olympic Games team in an exhibition at Campus Hall and lost a close decision. Guard Tom Bryan shoots a jump shot as forward Nick Sanden gets ready for the rebound, 1967 February

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P010489. Construction is underway on the second unit of Mesa Court housing for single students. Mesa Commons dining area is on the far left. White roofs of original interim offices are visible in extreme upper left. The sculpture in lower right is "Nova Albion" by DiSuvero, undated

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P010490. Another view of Mesa Court additions in the winter with Bridge Road in the foreground, 1966

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P010491. View from center of campus to the west. Science Lecture Hall, left, and Natural Sciences Building. Philco-Ford Aeronutronic plant on hills in left background, undated.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010492. Construction was well underway on the second 100 apartment units in Verano Place in the spring. Turtle Rock area is in left background of this view to the east from the Library-Administration Building, 1967

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P010493. Aerial view of the campus looking north, 1967 June 1

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P010494. Aerial view to the north showing platform in central campus in preparation for second commencement, the first held outdoors, 1967 June 1

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P010495. At right, Clayton Garrison, Dean of Fine Arts, and Maurice Allard, Assistant Professor of Music, rehearse with students for performances of "Marriage of Figaro," undated

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P010496. Ready for the commencement processional, from left: Samuel C. McCulloch, Dean of Humanities; Jack W. Peltason, Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs; Donald E. Walker, Vice Chancellor-Student Affairs, 1967 June 10

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P010497. The academic procession begins for the commencement exercises in the central campus. Marshall is Lewis A. Froman, Associate Professor of Political Science, 1967 June 10

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P010498. The second annual commencement, held in the campus park, 1967 June 10

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P010499. Student Body President Jack Lewin speaks at Commencement. Principal speaker was Dr. Harold Taylor, former President of Sarah Lawrence College. Visible at right are Edward A. Steinhaus, Dean of Biological Sciences; Chancellor Aldrich; James G. March, Dean of Social Sciences; and Samuel McCulloch, Dean of Humanities, 1967 June 10

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P010500. Part of the class of 1967 consisting of 138 recipients of bachelor's degrees, 46 of master's degrees, and 8 of Ph.D., 1967 June 10

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P010501. Vice Chancellor Peltason places the master's hood on Robert Campbell as Chancellor Aldrich, right, looks on. Samuel McCulloch, at left, prepares for next degree recipient during Commencement ceremonies, 1967 June 10

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Unnumbered. Irvine Ranch road map and visitor's guide, 1967

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Unnumbered. UCI Facts and Map, 1968 Summer

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Unnumbered. Historical Highlights publication from Public Affairs Office, 1959 March-1968 March

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P010502. Steel framework of Physical Sciences I changes the skyline in Campus Park, 1967 August

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P010503. Physical Sciences I under construction, looking south over the Science Lecture Hall, 1967 August

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P010504. Starting with the framework of Physical Sciences and looking north, the buildings clockwise on the central campus are Science Lecture Hall, Natural Science, Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Sciences, Commons, and Library-Administration, 1967 August

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P010505. Headhouse-Greenhouse under construction in foreground. Mesa Court is in upper right. Original buildings on north campus in left center background, 1967 September

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P010506. Work on steel frame of Physical Sciences I nears completion. This is the first major academic structure to be added to the original eight buildings. A nuclear reactor will be installed in a water-shielded room beneath the building, 1967 September

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P010507. Chancellor Daniel B. Aldrich, Jr., left; Robert Apted, Vice President, J.B. Allen and Co., general contractors; Bud Eastland, U.S. Steel erection foreman; and Frederick Reines, Dean of the School of Physical Sciences participate in "Topping out" ceremony at Physical Science I, 1967 September

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P010508. Last piece of steel starts toward the roof of Physical Sciences I. Looking on from left: L.E. Cox, Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance; Kenneth S. Wing, Architect; Chancellor Aldrich, and Dean Reines. U.S. Steel's American Bridge Division completed erection of more than 1400 tons of structural steel for the six-story building, 1967 September

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P010509. Landscaping growth is emphasized in this view of Fine Arts, left, and Humanities-Social Sciences, 1967 September

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P010510. Natural rock outcropping is a feature of the center of Campus Park. View looking east shows Science Lecture Hall, left, and Natural Science Building, undated

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P010511. Physical Sciences I looking south across Campus Park, 1967 September

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P010512. Aerial view of central campus taken in color. Physical Sciences I in lower center, 1967 December.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010513. Students between classes in front of Science Lecture Hall, left, 1968 January

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P010514. View looking north from top of Physical Sciences I, 1968 January

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P010515. Physical Sciences I from the south or outer ring. Fine Arts and Humanities-Social Sciences in right background, 1968 January

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P010516. Site of Social Sciences I looking east. Library-Administration at far left, Verano Place apartments in right background, 1968 January

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P010517. Fine Arts, left, Humanities-Social Sciences, 1968 January

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P010518. Aerial view looking to the east. University Village in left background, 1968 January.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010519. Student Health Center under construction, 1968 February

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P010520. Plaza near Fine Arts, left. Commons and Library-Administration in background, 1968 February

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P010521. Town Center Building, 1968 February

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P010522. Student Center with Science Lecture Hall and Physical Sciences I in background, 1968 March

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P010523. Students in plaza between Fine Arts and Humanities-Social Sciences, undated

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P010524. Students walking toward Commons with Physical Sciences I in background, undated

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P010525. The UC Irvine Anteaters varsity basketball team reached the NCAA Regional playoffs defeating San Diego State before being eliminated by Nevada Southern. The season record was 20 victories and 8 losses. The squad, top row from left: Bill Coon, forward (Santa Ana High, Santa Ana); Jeff Cunningham, forward (Tustin High, Tustin); Dave Fontius, forward (Newport Harbor High, Newport Beach), Steve Parker, (Pierce JC, Reseda); Mike Heckman, forward and center (Glendale High, Glendale); Jeff Mill, center (UC San Diego, Long Beach); Nick Sanden, forward (Santa Ana High, Santa Ana); Bill Roley, forward (Laguna Beach). Middle row from left: Alan Gladstone, guard (Cypress JC, Anaheim); Jim Farley, guard and forward (Orange High, Orange); Doug Christie, guard (Mt. San Antonio JC, West Covina); Charles Howenstein, guard (Southern California College, Inglewood). Kneeling from left: Dick Davis, coach; Jim Splittgerber, guard (Harbor JC, San Pedro); Darrell Millner, guard (Mt. San Antonio JC, Monrovia); Charles Brande, guard (Orange High, Orange); and Tim Tift, Coach, 1968

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P010526. At the Charter Day dinner at the Balboa Bay Club, Charles Hitch, President of the University, surprised Chancellor Aldrich by giving him a pin symbolic of 25 years of service to the University, 1968 March 20

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P010527. At the Charter Day dinner at the Balboa Bay Club, Chancellor Aldrich in turn surprised Mrs. Muriel R. Reynolds by awarding her a Citation for Merit in recognition of her volunteer work with Friends of the UCI Library, 1968 March 20

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P010528. Aerial view to the west. Site for UCI-California College of Medicine is visible at intersection of California Avenue and Bridge Road just to the left of Campus Hall, 1968 March

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P010529. View looking north shows Physical Sciences I in center of picture, 1968 March

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P010530. Eugene Loring, Chairman of Dance in School of Fine Arts, working with students, 1968

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P010531. Eugene Loring, Chairman of Dance in School of Fine Arts, working with students, 1968

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P010532. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the addition to the Library were sponsored by Friends of the Library. Dr. Adolph A. Kroch presented a first edition of The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith to John E. Smith, Librarian, 1968 April 5

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P010533. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the addition to the Library were sponsored by Friends of the Library. Dr. Kroch at speaker's rostrum is applauded by John A. Wright, President of Friends of the UCI Library, 1968 April 5

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P010534. At the Computer Facility, Helen Van Der Laan, at right, explains use of terminal as learning aid to students, 1968

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P010535. At the Computer Facility, Robert Gordon, Director of the Computer Facility, confers with Charlene Newnes of the staff, 1968

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P010536. View from athletic field shows handball-squash courts in foreground, Campus Hall in background, 1968 May

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P010537. Work begins on site for the first surge building for UCI-California College of Medicine at California Avenue and Bridge Road, 1968 May

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P010538. Work begins on site for the first surge building for UCI-California College of Medicine at California Avenue and Bridge Road, 1968 May

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P010539. Chancellor Aldrich addresses group of French University leaders on visit to UCI. Included were educators from the Universite de Paris, Academie d' Amiens, and Academie de Nice, 1968 April 12

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P010540. Interested student watches removal of pre-cast concrete forms from the wall of Library at start of work on the addition to double the size of the building, 1968 June

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P010541. Interested student watches removal of pre-cast concrete forms from the wall of Library at start of work on the addition to double the size of the building, 1968 June

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P010542. Gathering for the academic procession at the third annual Commencement are, from left: The Reverend Lloyd L. Burke, from Angelica Lutheran Church in Los Angeles and with two sons graduating; Roger W. Russell, Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs; Chancellor Aldrich; Frederick E. Balderston, Vice President-Planning and Analysis; and Dr. Louis L. Benezet, President of Claremont University Center and Commencement speaker, 1968 June 15

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P010543. A crowd of 2,000 attended the Commencement exercises in Campus Park, marking the first time medical doctors received their degrees on the Irvine campus. The 383 candidates included 10 for doctor of philosophy, 89 for doctor of medicine, 65 for master of arts, master of science and master of fine arts, and 219 for bachelor of arts and bachelor of science, 1968 June 15

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Unnumbered. Program from Commencement, 1968

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P010544. Aerial of the campus, 1968.

Physical Description: Color photographic print.
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P010545. UCI-California College of Medicine Surge I Building is under construction in left foreground of this aerial view to the east taken in the summer, 1968

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P010546. Water polo is a major sport and attracts enthusiastic crowds at UCI. The team under the coaching of Edward H. Newland won 25 and lost 2 to earn third place in the national collegiate rankings, 1968

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P010547. Water polo is a major sport and attracts enthusiastic crowds at UCI. The team under the coaching of Edward H. Newland won 25 and lost 2 to earn third place in the national collegiate rankings, 1968

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P010548. The birth of a campus community is evident with Irvine Town Center at right with bus arriving on Campus Drive and Mesa Court single student housing in the background in the summer, 1968

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P010549. UCI inner ring clockwise starting at six o'clock: Engineering buildings under construction, Physical Sciences opened in the fall of 1968, Science Lecture Hall, Biological Sciences (formerly Natural Sciences), Fine Arts, Humanities-Social Sciences, Gateway Commons and Library-Administration (addition under construction). Upper left to right: Crawford Hall (formerly Campus Hall), handball courts and swim pool, tennis courts, baseball diamond under construction, and far right Mesa Court single student residences and Mesa Court Commons, 1968

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P010550. Physical Sciences I was opened to students, faculty and staff for the fall quarter. The six-story structure was the first major academic building to be added since the opening of UCI in 1965. It provides capacity for an additional 750 students and contains major research equipment, including Orange County's first nuclear reactor, 1968

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P010551. London double-decker bus operated as a public service by Newport National Bank brought visitors to the campus frequently for tours, undated

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P010552. London double-decker bus operated as a public service by Newport National Bank brought visitors to the campus frequently for tours. John D. Spear, UCI's Director of Community and Alumni Affairs, greets typical group, undated

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P010553. Along Bridge Road from upper left to lower right are Crawford Hall, Fine Arts Village under construction, and Mesa Court, undated

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P010554. Fine Arts Village under construction for opening in the fall is a nine-building complex including a theater, concert hall, studios, galleries, rehearsal rooms, and workshops. Lower left, temporary trailers for offices and classrooms. Upper right, Mesa Court, 1970

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P010555. The 800 students living on campus in Mesa Court dine in Mesa Court Commons, undated

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P010556. Incoming mail is always welcomed by students in Mesa Court post office, undated

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P010557. The School of Engineering two-building complex consists of an eight-story tower and an adjacent three-story structure with a common sub-floor level. Photo from center of Campus Park looking south shows construction, 1969 February

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P010558. Another view of School of Engineering buildings affords better view of construction on left, 1969

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P010559. According to the original plan, work began early in 1968 to double the size of the Library-Administration Building for occupancy in the fall of 1969. Expanding rapidly to keep pace with the equally rapid development of research and graduate instruction, the UCI Library grew from 85,000 volumes on opening (October 1965) to 312,000 volumes by June 30,1969, 1969 February

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P010560. Another view of the Library addition, showing Engineering construction site, upper left, and Physical Sciences Building, upper right, 1969 February

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P010561. Charter Day, the 101st anniversary of the University, was celebrated on the Irvine campus in Crawford Hall, featuring an address by Dr. Robert C. Weaver, center, President of The Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York. Before his talk, he met with Chancellor Aldrich, left, and Ron Ridgle, right, President of ASUCI, 1969 April

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P010562. After his formal address Dr. Weaver, first African-American to serve on a President's Cabinet, held a question and answer period with students. Dr. Weaver was Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President L.B. Johnson. Student at upper left is Mike Krisman, former ASUCI President, 1969 April

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P010563. UCI-California College of Medicine Surge I, upper center, is occupied by administrators and faculty researchers. Immediately below, construction is under way for classrooms and laboratories for first and second year medical students, scheduled to come to UCI from the Los Angeles campus of UCI-CCM in the fall. Lower right is Crawford Hall. Road intersection is Bridge Road dead-ending into California Avenue, 1969

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P010564. Close-up view of UCI-California College of Medicine Surge I and II in the winter. Intersection of California Avenue and Bridge Road, lower right, 1969

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P010565. The UCI swimming team defeated 81 other schools to win the NCAA College Division national championship in Springfield, Massachusetts. Mike Martin, sophomore, won the 200, 500, and 1,650-meter free-style events and had the fastest legs on the winning Anteater 400 and 800 free relay teams. Shown from left at UCI pool, Edward Newland, Assistant Coach, Al Irwin, Coach, Tim Cooper, Martin, Steve Farmer, Bob Dake, and Rich Eason, 1969

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P010566. View to the northeast from Campus Park showing Gateway Commons, left, Town Center Building, center, and Library-Administration Building, right, with University Park housing development and Rancho San Joaquin golf course in background, 1969

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P010567. Aerial view of campus looking west shows Verano Place apartments in the foreground with third unit of 150 under construction. Student Health Center just above the apartments, city of Newport Beach in the background, 1969

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P010568. At the fourth annual Commencement Chancellor Aldrich, left, presented an honorary degree to Charles S. Thomas, center, former President of the Irvine Company and former Secretary of the Navy. He was escorted by L.E. Cox, Vice Chancellor-Business and Finance, 1969 June 14

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P010569. Platform participants at Commencement included from left: Vice Chancellor Cox, Thomas H. Kuchel, former U.S. Senator, who was the speaker and received an honorary degree, Roger W. Russell, Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs, Dr. Cecil Hoffman, Director of Interfaith Foundation, who gave the invocation, and Chancellor Aldrich, 1969 June 14

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P010570. A crowd of 5,000 witnessed the graduation of UCI's charter class at ceremonies in the Campus Park. Degrees were conferred on 738, including 568 bachelors, 75 masters, 75 doctors of medicine, and 20 doctors of philosophy. In addition to Charles S. Thomas and Thomas H. Kuchel, Kenneth Bancroft Clark, scientist, and H. Northrop Frye, man of letters, also received honorary degrees, 1969 June 14

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P010571. Thomas H. Kuchel, former U.S. Senator and native of Orange County was the Commencement speaker at the charter class ceremonies in Campus Park. On the platform from left: Warren L. Bostick, Dean of UCI-California College of Medicine; Cecil Hoffman, Director of the UCI Interfaith Foundation; and Frederick Reines, Dean of the School of Physical Sciences, 1969 June 14

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P010572. Aerial view in the spring showing Mesa Court in foreground and adjacent site of Fine Arts-Village construction. Upper left, Library-Administration addition exterior is near completion and just to the right is construction site of School of Engineering, 1969

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P010573. Another academic year comes to an end and student leaves Mesa Court residence halls, 1969

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Unnumbered. Reprint from Los Angeles Times article "UCI's Aldrich Plays, Works for Excellence," 1969 February 2

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Unnumbered. Historical Highlights publication from Public Affairs Office, 1962 February- 1969 February

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Unnumbered. Program from Commencement, 1969