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Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Library Special Collections

Holdings document the exploration of new materials, the indoor-outdoor lifestyle afforded by Southern California's climate, and the connection of architecture with the growth of the region.

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Architecture and Landscape Architecture (California)

Holdings document the exploration of new materials, the indoor-outdoor lifestyle afforded by Southern California's climate, and the connection of architecture with the growth of the region.

Below is a list of archival collections related to architecture and landscape architecture in California that link to their finding aids on the Online Archive of California (OAC). In a few cases, links are provided to the UCLA Digital Library for selected digitized images.

Architecture-related Collections (non-California)