History of the USC Libraries: Materials from USC's University Archives
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  • 1. College of Liberal Arts, 1908
  • 2. Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1913
  • 3. Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1923
  • 4. Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1932
  • 5. Library, College of Liberal Arts, c. 1930s
  • 6. College of Medicine and Dentistry, 1898
  • 7. Science Hall, 1930
  • 8. Bridge Hall, 1930s
  • 9. School of Dentistry, circa 1930
  • 10. School of Dentistry, circa 1952
  • 11. Downtown Law building
  • 12. Law Library, 1911
  • 13. School of Law
  • 14. Law Library, 1940s
  • 15. Law Library, 1941
  • 16. Musick Law Building
  • 17. Law Library
  • 18. Law Library
  • 19. University Public Library, 1923
  • 20. Laurel and Hardy in front of theUniversity Public Library, c. 1920s
  • 21. Metropolitan College, circa 1920s
  • 22. Architecture building,circa 1925
  • 23. Harris Hall, circa 1940
  • 24. Dedication of Helen Topping AFA Library
  • 25. Watt Hall, circa 1974
  • 26. International Relations Library in Bovard Hall, 1932
  • 27. World Affairs Library, DML, 1956
  • 28. Von KleinSmid Center,circa 1966
  • 29. Von KleinSmid Center Library, 1970
  • 30. Mudd Hall of Philosophy , 1930
  • 31. Hoose Library
  • 32. Ralph Flewelling office, Hoose Library
  • 33. Doheny Library under construction
  • 34. ELD laying the cornerstone for Doheny Library
  • 35. Doheny Library opening ceremony, 1932
  • 36. University librarians, 1932
  • 37. Doheny Libraryentrance withDore painting
  • 38. Doheny Library referenceroom and card catalog
  • 39. Doheny Libraryrotunda, 1950s
  • 40. Doheny Library expansion, 1960s
  • 41. First computers in DML
  • 42. Hancock Foundation, 1940
  • 43. Hancock Library, 1961
  • 44. Montgomery Fisher Hall
  • 45. Biegler Hall
  • 46. Olin Hall, Engineering Library
  • 47. Seaver Science Center, circa 1969
  • 48. Seaver Science Library
  • 49. Hoffman Hall, 1967
  • 50. Leavey Library, 1994
  • 51. Lyman and Ferguson, 1994
  • 52. John Dickinson
  • 53. Charlotte Brown
  • 54. Christian Dick
  • 55. Irving Stone, Lewis Stieg, Lloyd Arvidson, 1965
  • 56. USC Librarians, 1955
  • 57. Roy Kidman, 1982
  • 58. Charles Ritcheson, 1984
  • 59. Peter Lyman, 1994
  • 60. Marje Schuetze-Coburn and Jerry Campbell
  • 61. Catherine Quinlan