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Finding Aid for the Office of the Provost. Administrative files of Ernest Carroll Moore. 1917-1936.
University Archives Record Series 261  
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  • Title: Office of the Provost. Administrative files of Ernest Carroll Moore.
    Identifier/Call Number: University Archives Record Series 261
    Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 26.4 linear ft. (66 boxes)
    Date: 1917-1936
    Abstract: Record Series 261 contains the administrative files of Ernest C. Moore, University Chancellor from 1919-1936. Files include correspondence, office memoranda, minutes, agendas, reports, applications, budget requests and statements. Subjects covered by the files include administration of the of the university, schools, colleges, and academic departments; business conducted by the Academic Senate, administrative offices at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Associated Students and other campus student organizations; student activism and disciplinary action; and general correspondence between the chancellor and students and faculty.
    creator: Office of the Provost

    Access

    COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

    Publication Rights

    Copyright of portions of this collection is held by The Regents of the University of California. The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright. All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Office of the Provost. Administrative files of Ernest Carroll Moore (University Archives Record Series 261). UCLA Library Special Collections, University Archives.

    Historical Note

    The title of the chief executive of the school now known as UCLA has changed many times since the school's 1919 inception as the Southern Branch of the University of California. Beginning in 1919, the Los Angeles campus was administered by the director. In 1930, the tile of this position was changed to vice president and director; and later, in 1931, to vice president and provost. From 1945-1948, the chief executive officer was called provost of the University and, in 1948, vice-president and provost. In 1952, chancellor became the official title of the office. During the periods 1942-1945 and 1950-1952, UCLA was administrated by a three-man committee.
    Ten men have served as chief executive at UCLA since 1919 when the Los Angeles State Normal School became a part of the University of California System:

    Director and Provost Ernest Carroll Moore (1919 – 1936)

    Provost Earle Raymond Hedrick (1937-1942)

    Provost Clarence Addison Dykstra (1945-1950)

    Chancellor Raymond Bernard Allen (1952-1958)

    Chancellor Vern Oliver Knudsen (1959)

    Chancellor Franklin David Murphy (1960-1968)

    Chancellor Charles Edward Young (1969-1997)

    Chancellor Albert Carnesale (1997 – 2006)

    Acting Chancellor Norman Abrams (2006 – 2007)

    Chancellor Gene Block (2007 – Present)

    Scope and Content

    Record Series 261 contains the administrative files of Ernest C. Moore, University Chancellor from 1919-1936. Files include correspondence, office memoranda, minutes, agendas, reports, applications, budget requests and statements. Subjects covered by the files include administration of the of the university, schools, colleges, and academic departments; business conducted by the Academic Senate, administrative offices at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Associated Students and other campus student organizations; student activism and disciplinary action; and general correspondence between the chancellor and students and faculty.
    This is an inactive record series; no additional University records are expected to be added.