Record Series 42 contains photographs, student newspapers, and correspondence related to the pursuit of memorabilia from students
of UCLA's Vermont campus.
The Pioneer Alumni Association was created in 1959 by Alexander (Jake) Hamilton and several other UCLA alumni from the 1930s.
Membership is granted only to those persons who had attended the university when it was know as the Southern Branch and located
on Vermont Avenue. The purpose of the associated was to create a forum in which students from the 1930s could share memories
of their university experiences. Hamilton was president of the association until 1968 when he was succeeded by Charles Walter.
1.25 linear ft.
Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of the University of California. The UCLA University
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