Louise E. Brown (Hoover)--on the left--and another member of the Delta Zeta, Alpha Chi chapter sorority appear in period costume--both female and male garb--for a skit titled "All that glitters". The theme of the skit likely references the pioneering spirit of the class of 1929-30 (the first class to meet on the still-rugged Westwood campus; the class (the '29ers) often compared itself to the gold rush '49ers. The skit may have been for a sorority gala or a campus event, such as Campus Capers or the all-female Hi-Jinx. The photograph is taken in the yard of an unidentified building.
Between classes, students enjoy a rare snowfall on campus. Photographed from the entrance to the Library (Powell Library) looking east, the Chemistry Building (Haines Hall)--on the left--and the Business Administration and Economics Building (Dodd Hall)--on the right--appear in the background. The Esplanade is more generally called Royce quadrangle and is known today as Dickson Plaza.
Annual alumni events in Lake Arrowhead's North Shore Tavern (Main Lodge) were common even before the university received the facility as a donation in 1957. Known today as the UCLA Conference Center, the Lake Arrowhead facility is located about 90 miles east of Los Angeles.
North Shore Tavern (Main Lodge) were common even before the university received the facility as a donation in 1957. Known today as the UCLA Conference Center, the Lake Arrowhead facility is located about 90 miles east of Los Angeles.
Studio portrait of Thelner B. Hoover (UCLA 1930), professional photographer in Los Angeles, Califronia. While at UCLA, Hoover was the official photographer for several UCLA publications and an unofficial chronicler of numerous campus events. He became the manager of the Westwood Village Studio--a photography studio--in 1938.
Exterior photograph of two female students wearing commencement gowns standing with a Ford Model A automobile in a parking lot. The south side of the Physics Biology Building (Humanities Building) is visible in the background.