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Description: Photograph of students in archery class. The students and instructor are sitting in a tent with bows in hand. Instructor is standing up. Tents were used as temporary classrooms until the final construction on Mountain View could be completed. There is a light bulb in the tent. A pole can be seen, as well as cars in the parking lot.
Description: Black and white photograph shows the spacious lounge area at Mountain View College. It serves as the "living room" of the campus. The Dallas County Community College District feels much "accidental" learning occurs in such areas designed to intermingle students of various backgrounds.
Description: Photograph of a woman (identified as Becky Lindsay) speaking with Byron McClenny (the President of Eastfield College). The two are seated at a table in an office. A bookshelf and windows are visible in the background. Becky Topletz Lindsay was President of Not Psyched Out Club. Responsible for getting handicapped services at EF. Becky visits with Eastfield President Byron McClenney.
Description: Black and white photograph of class being held in the Brazos Gallery of Richland College. The chairs are very unique. There is a panel of speakers in regular chairs. The students are sitting in the chairs which were part of the Gallery.
Description: Black and white photograph shows people walking in a hallway at Mountain View College under an impressive skylight. Mountain View College was loosely based on the same architectural design of North Park Mall in Dallas, Texas. Two potted trees are in the hallway.
Description: Photograph of the lobby on the first floor of El Centro College. There are plants in the foreground and seating in the background. There are columns and lots of windows. The Sanger Harris department store was remodeled and is now part of El Centro College.
Description: Black and white photograph of a post which has a message painted on it. The message says "Do Not Lean On This Post Or Bldg Will Collapse." Remodeling of El Centro College from the old Sanger Harris building to a college was quite an ordeal.