Includes committee rosters, minutes, and reports; correspondence; invitations for
poroposals and the proposals themselves; publicity statements released to local news
services; telegrams; and prospective enrollment statistics--all pertaining to the choice of site for the Southern Branch of
the University of California.
The Committee on Sites for the Southern Branch of the University was formed in 1923 by Regent Edward A. Dickson to assist
the U.C. Regents ins ecuring a new site for the campus. The committee consisted of 17 members of the greater Los Angeles community,
and it considered over 100 proposed sites between Santa Barbara and San Diego before settling on the current Westwood site
6 boxes (3 linear ft.)
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