College of Liberal Arts, 1908
Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1913
Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1923
Library, College of Liberal Arts, 1932
Library, College of Liberal Arts, c. 1930s
College of Medicine and Dentistry, 1898
Science Hall, 1930
Bridge Hall, 1930s
School of Dentistry, circa 1930
School of Dentistry, circa 1952
Downtown Law building
Law Library, 1911
School of Law
Law Library, 1940s
Law Library, 1941
Musick Law Building
Law Library
Law Library
University Public Library, 1923
Laurel and Hardy in front of theUniversity Public Library, c. 1920s
Metropolitan College, circa 1920s
Architecture building,circa 1925
Harris Hall, circa 1940
Dedication of Helen Topping AFA Library
Watt Hall, circa 1974
International Relations Library in Bovard Hall, 1932
World Affairs Library, DML, 1956
Von KleinSmid Center,circa 1966
Von KleinSmid Center Library, 1970
Mudd Hall of Philosophy , 1930
Hoose Library
Ralph Flewelling office, Hoose Library
Doheny Library under construction
ELD laying the cornerstone for Doheny Library
Doheny Library opening ceremony, 1932
University librarians, 1932
Doheny Libraryentrance withDore painting
Doheny Library referenceroom and card catalog
Doheny Libraryrotunda, 1950s
Doheny Library expansion, 1960s
First computers in DML
Hancock Foundation, 1940
Hancock Library, 1961
Montgomery Fisher Hall
Biegler Hall
Olin Hall, Engineering Library
Seaver Science Center, circa 1969
Seaver Science Library
Hoffman Hall, 1967
Leavey Library, 1994
Lyman and Ferguson, 1994
John Dickinson
Charlotte Brown
Christian Dick
Irving Stone, Lewis Stieg, Lloyd Arvidson, 1965
USC Librarians, 1955
Roy Kidman, 1982
Charles Ritcheson, 1984
Peter Lyman, 1994
Marje Schuetze-Coburn and Jerry Campbell
Catherine Quinlan
History of the USC Libraries: Materials from USC's University Archives
History of the USC Libraries: Materials from USC's University Archives
History of the USC Libraries: Materials from USC's University Archives
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History of the USC Libraries: Materials from USC's University Archives

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

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