The UCLA Library has created the Los Angeles Aqueduct Digital Platform, an innovative resource that provides public access to archival material, new scholarship, and interactive experiences relating to the aqueduct.
Users will find almost two thousand digitized photographs, documents, maps, pamphlets, and other archival resources from UCLA Library Special Collections. The platform also offers social and cultural engagement space in which scholars, students, and members of the public can share research and work with primary sources as a community. Additional details and images are available via the UCLA Newsroom.
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