UCLA History: Moore

Portrait of Ernest Carroll Moore who became the first “director” of the Southern Branch of the University of California, now UCLA.  Moore had been head of the State Normal School on Vermont Avenue which UCLA took over as its first campus. He oversaw the later move to Westwood.  (From a book published by the UCLA Alumni Assn. in 1937 entitled California of the Southland, a history of UCLA to that point.)

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