Latin American collections in the UCLA Library
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Latin American collections in the UCLA Library a general guide by University of California, Los Angeles. Library.

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Published by Latin American Center and University Library, University of California, Los Angeles in [Los Angeles] .
Written in English



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  • University of California, Los Angeles. Library.,
  • Latin America -- Library resources.

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Statementby Ludwig Lauerhass, Jr., and Susan L. Poston.
SeriesThe Latin American collections in the UCLA Library : Guides ; ser. A, [1], Latin American collections in the UCLA Library : Guides ;, ser. A, [1]
ContributionsLauerhass, Ludwig., Poston, Susan L.
LC ClassificationsZ1610 .C34 1973, F1408 .C34 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p., [3] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4240293M
LC Control Number80620845

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lauerhass, Ludwig. Latin American collections in the UCLA Library. Los Angeles: Latin American Center, University of California,   Henry J. Bruman papers, circa (Collection ) - Specialized in Latin American cultural-historical geography, plant geography and land use in the American West. E. Bradford Burns Papers (Collection ) - UCLA history professor and author of + books on Latin America. Specialized in Brazil and NicaraguaAuthor: Caroline Cubé.   Charles E. Young Research Library A Box Los Angeles, CA () Author: Jennifer Osorio. As part of UCLA's transition to remote instruction, and the Library's necessary decision to close all Library locations, access to print resources and special collections is not available. Please take advantage of electronic resources such as ebooks and article databases.

Our collections of British and American children's books (many of which date back to the eighteenth century) and artists' books also exemplify the craft of bookmaking and publishing. For more information, contact: Genie Guerard Curator, Manuscripts Librarian [email protected]   In , he became UCLA Library’s Latin American bibliographer, helping to build one of the country’s great Latin American collections. Over the course of 24 years as UCLA’s bibliographer and after nearly 30 trips to Latin America, Lauerhass amassed more than , items related to Latin America, of which nea were printed in. The UCLA Library creates a vibrant nexus of ideas, collections, expertise, and spaces in which users illuminate solutions for local and global challenges. We constantly evolve to advance UCLA’s research, education, and public service mission by empowering and inspiring communities of scholars and learners to discover, access, create, share. Latin American History, especially Mexico and the Indigenous Cultures and Languages of Central and Southern Mexico (especially Nahuatl, Mixtec, and Zapotec) in the Colonial Period ; [email protected]; Emeritus Faculty. Jose Moya: Ph.D., Rutgers University, Latin American History - Buenas Aires [email protected]

The Latin American and Caribbean Collection (LACC) now holds approximately , volumes, o microforms, a large collection of rare books and manuscripts, and a wealth of digital resources, many of them open access. Her book, The Dictator’s Seduction: Politics and the Popular Imagination in the Era of Trujillo (Duke, ; published in Spanish by the Academy of History of the Dominican Republic, ), treated public culture and daily life during one of the longest dictatorships in Latin America, the regime of Rafael Trujillo in the Dominican Republic. The UCLA Library Digital Collections includes rare and unique digital materials developed by the UCLA Library to support education, research, service, and creative expression. This website is our new interface for discovery and engagement of these collections. See collections of historic photographs and manuscripts. More collections added weekly. The Latin American Library reflects the university's long-term commitment to Latin American studies. The library was established in to support the Middle American Research Institute. A generous donation from Samuel Zemurray made possible the acquisition of a substantial portion of the William Gates Collection which formed the cornerstone.