Project description: Interviews in this series were initiated by the Los Angeles Regional Planning History Group to ensure the preservation of recollections of pioneer planners in both the public and private sectors in the Los Angeles region. [Description from the finding aid]
Regulatory significance: This series captures the origins and development of land use regulation in a major U.S. city.
Repository: University of California – Los Angeles
Interview dates: ~1986
Digital access: Partial. Transcripts for some of these interviews are available online.
Physical access: For access to all transcripts and audio, visit UCLA’s Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections.