Ludwig “Larry” Lauerhass Jr., M.A. ’59, Ph.D. ’72, M.L.S. ’76, a UCLA librarian emeritus in the history department and a philanthropist known for his passion for diverse Latin American cultures, died Dec. 29 at his home in Brentwood. He was 84.
Lauerhass earned his master’s degree in Latin American studies and his doctorate in history, before completing his master of library science degree.
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