Westwood Village, December 8, 1933


In 1933 Westwood Village consisted of just a few buildings south of the original iconic buildings of UCLA

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Westwood Village, December 8, 1933

Although consisting of just a few buildings, some of the Westwood Village landmarks are already apparent in this photo, including the Fox Theater, Janss Dome, Ralph’s Grocery Store, and Holmby Hall, which served as the first dormitory for female students of UCLA. The iconic buildings of the UCLA quad – Royce Hall and the Powell Library – can be seen at the top of the photo. Stone Canyon Creek had not been covered and rerouted in 1933 and marks the western boundary of the University.

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