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[Christine Harris and Dr. Don Perry]

Description: Photograph of Christine Harris and math professor Don Perry posing on either side of a mounted plaque that has a series of metal nameplates. Handwritten text on the back says, "Math contest. Dr. Don Perry, bidg math; girl = winner of contest, Christine Harris of REL. 1974, rec Charles Borr..., math [...], Drop math lob."
Date: 1974
Partner: Lee College

[Circle K-ettes with Tricycle]

Description: Photograph of four Circle K-ettes posing with a tricycle in front of a brick wall: Nancy Dial is seated on the tricycle with the number "3" on a paper hanging around her neck; Donna Casey is standing behind the tricycle; Sarah Bossart (left) and Karen Wheeler (right) are kneeling on either side. Wheeler is looking at the front wheel and holding a wrench to the spokes.
Date: March 7, 1969
Creator: Mitchell, Mark
Partner: Lee College

[Dedication of First Lee College Building #1]

Description: Photograph of four men during the dedication of the first building of the Lee College campus in Baytown. They are standing around a large plaque mounted on a brick wall with a large arrangement of flowers on the floor below; it lists the start of the college (1950), board of trustees, administrators, and companies responsible for the building. Three of the men are standing at the left side of the plaque, identified (L-R) as: George Gentry (president), Walter Rundell (dean), Alvin Miles (assistant dean); and the architect, Herbert Voeleker is standing at the right side of the image.
Date: 1951
Partner: Lee College

[Dedication of First Lee College Building #2]

Description: Photograph of four men during the dedication of the first building of the Lee College campus in Baytown. They are visible from the waist up, psoing around a large plaque mounted on a brick wall with a large arrangement of flowers below; the text lists the start of the college (1950), board of trustees, administrators, and companies responsible for the building. Three of the men are standing at the left side of the plaque, identified (L-R) as: George Gentry (president), Walter Rundell (dean), Alvin Miles (assistant dean); and the architect, Herbert Voeleker is standing at the right side of the image.
Date: 1951
Partner: Lee College

[Dr. Cloud and Glen Walker Holding Magazine]

Description: Photograph of Dr. Robert Cloud and Glen Walker posing side-by-side, both holding an open copy of the "Baylor Educator" as if they are reading it. Handwritten text on the back says, "President - Dr. Robert Cloud. Public Info. Officer - Glen Walker (former Baytown mayor, former minister). Late 1970's."
Date: [1975..1979]
Partner: Lee College

[Family Touring Lee College Auditorium]

Description: Photograph of a man, woman, and two young girls at the opening of Lee College, standing in front of a stage where Lee College music instructor,Tom Stone, is seated behind a keyboard speaking with them. There is a large basket of flowers on the front of the stage, and what appears to be a grand piano on the other side of the organ that the man is playing; a curtain is closed at the back of the stage.
Date: October 21, 1951
Partner: Lee College

[First TDC Graduate on Stage #1]

Description: Photograph of the first graduate of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) program in Huntsville with a number of unidentified people on a stage. The graduate, who is wearing a cap and gown, is shaking the hand of a man wearing a suit, standing near a podium where two other men who are wearing regalia are standing. Two other men are seated on the stage in the right side of the image and other people are visible in the background.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Lee College

[First TDC Graduate on Stage #2]

Description: Photograph of the first graduate of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) program in Huntsville with a number of unidentified people on a stage. The graduate, who is wearing a cap and gown, is shaking the hand of a man wearing a suit, standing near a podium where two other men who are wearing regalia are standing. Two other men are seated on the stage in the right side of the image and other people are visible in the background.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Lee College

[First TDC Graduate on Stage #3]

Description: Photograph of the first graduate of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) program in Huntsville with a number of unidentified people on a stage. The graduate, who is wearing a cap and gown, is facing a man wearing a suit and holding a folder, standing near a podium where two other men who are wearing regalia are standing. Two other men are seated on the stage in the right side of the image and other people are visible in the background.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Lee College

[First TDC Graduates]

Description: Photograph of a large group of people posing in a line on stage during the first graduation ceremony at the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) facility in Huntsville. Two men in the center of the image are wearing caps and gowns, and holding folders. They are flanked by four men wearing suits to the left and a woman with four men, one of whom is wearing regalia, to the right.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Lee College

[First TDC Graduation Venue]

Description: Photograph of the interior of a church, taken from the back of the aisle during the first graduation ceremony for graduates of the Texas Department of Corrections (TDC) program in Huntsville. Several people are partially visible in the audience, seated in pews, and a man is standing at the front of the church near an alter, below a large, wall-mounted, lighted cross. The ceiling is peaked and there are decorative hanging lights above the center aisle.
Date: January 1970
Partner: Lee College

[Foundation of Lee College Social Science Building]

Description: Photograph of initial construction of the foundation for the Social Sciences Building on the Lee College campus, in an open field area. Buildings and water towers are visible in the background; trees, small buildings, and construction materials are visible in the foreground of the image, as well as a sidewalk that runs the length of the image. Handwritten text on the back says, "Foundation Work on Social Sciences Bldg. 1957 (Originally named Liberal Arts Bldg.)"
Date: 1957
Partner: Lee College

[Graduation Speaker]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified man wearing a light-colored suit and dark, patterned tie speaking from behind a podium at a graduation ceremony. A textured wall is visible behind him, as well as U.S. and Texas flags on standards.
Date: 1978
Partner: Lee College

[Group Posing in Lee College Cafeteria]

Description: Photograph of seven men and three women posing together in a line behind a counter in the cafeteria during the opening of Lee College. Several plates are on top of the counter and taps are visible above the countertop at the left. The people are identified, left to right, as Mrs. Hinton, Maudie Krieger, Marsh, Dr. J. C. Holsamback, unknown, Mrs. Joe Higgins, W. D. Hinton, unknown, Holly McLemore, and James Harrop.
Date: October 1951
Partner: Lee College

[Group Posing with Plaque]

Description: Photograph of a group of three women and two men posing in a line in front of a plaque set in a brick wall that lists the Lee College Board of Trustees. Stairs are partially visible on the far left, and a door with a glass window is visible on the right side of the image. A handwritten note on the back of the photo identifies the people as JoAnn Harvey (Publicity Chair), Francis Gibson (Social Chair), Brenda McFarland (Secretary), James Laird (Missions Chairman), and Paul Wilt (President).
Date: [1968..1969]
Partner: Lee College

[Harry Spitz and Bill Gidley Holding a Check]

Description: Photograph of Harry Spitz (left) and Bill Gidley (right) seated on a couch and both holding a check. A patterned curtain is behind the couch and a coffee table covered in magazines is partially visible in front of them. Handwritten notes on the back say "LC Fndtion, 9-70" and "L-R: Harry Spitz, U.S. Steel mng, Bill Gidley, pres LCF [President of Lee College Foundation]"
Date: September 1970
Partner: Lee College
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