Black and white photograph of construction of North Lake College about 1976. This photograph show large outdoor set of steps. North Lake College has multi levels and is located in Irving on the edge of Las Colinas. Overall look, construction almost done.
Black and white photograph of outdoor class or meeting held by lake at Richland College. The photograph shows students sitting and there are two women crossing over with their backs to the camera. Photograph taken outside of P Hall.
Photograph of people gathered for the groundbreaking of Cedar Valley College. There is a large striped tent in the background. Even farther back there are two school buses. Most people in the photo are looking to their left.
Black and white photograph of dedication ceremonies at Cedar Valley College. Dignitaries on podium. At microphone Floyd Elkins. Far right Bill J. Priest, Patti Powell. Plaque is covered with Cedar Valley cloth. Clock on wall shows about 12:30.
Black and white photograph of the main entrance to Cedar Valley College. Taken from parking lot or grassy area. A city bus is visible. Two students are walking toward the camera. The flag poles are visible.
Photograph of two buildings on Cedar Valley College campus. Foreground is C building and background is D building. The lake is visible on the left side of the photograph. Steps and sidewalk are visible.
Black and white photograph shows dignitaries on stage for the dedication of North Lake College. There are fifteen people on stage. There is a brick fence behind them. The lower part of a flag pole is near the brick fence. Speaker is visible as well as some of the audience.
Black and white photograph shows part of one of the buildings at Cedar Valley College, the lake, and the gazebo. There are trees along the lake. The building appears to have a second level porch with railings.
Black and white photograph of speaker and dignitaries at Eastfield dedication. From left: John Tower with polka dot neck tie, Bill J. Priest bow tie, Thornton clapping. It's hard to know if this picture was taken at Eastfield College or Mountain View College. They were dedicated the same day.
Black and white photograph of Mrs. McDermott on a site visit of Richland College. One man has his back turned to the camera. One man has on a hard hat. The other man has on a suit and tie. There is another man in the far back of the photograph. Partial view of breezeway is visible. On the platform, there is a rail at the edge.
Black and white photograph of the office building at 701 Elm Street in Dallas, Texas taken from street. The building is marked Dallas County Community College District. This building was also known as the R.L. Thornton building.
Black and white photograph of Mountain View College construction site with four fellows in the photograph. From left: Ken Thomas, unknown, unknown, Dale [Dole?] Douglas [Douglass?] The two older gentlemen have on suits. The wind is blowing their hair.
Photograph of Brookhaven College taken from a distance. Entire college is visible. The windmill base if prominent in the center of the campus. The top is not on the windmill. It appears the campus is nearly completed.
Black and white photograph of Mountain View College Site March 27, 1970. At terrace last of Unit-C-looking SE at Unit J - South bridge and corner of Unit A at student dining. Squire Haskins Photo/014 1/2 Commerce St./Dallas, Texas/RI8-9055/Squire Haskins Neg. No. 9193-4. There are two cedar trees and a large crane visible in the photograph.
Black and white photograph shows construction on the North side of Cedar Valley College about 1976 or 1977. Rocks of the lake shoreline are visible in the bottom of the picture and the building are at the top of the photo. Buildings have flat roofs.
Black and white photograph of Bill J. Priest and R. L. Thornton, Jr. From left Bill Priest, R. L. Thornton, Jr. They appear to be at the dedication of North Lake College. Priest has on a light colored suit and his signature bow tie.
Black and white photograph of the unveiling of the sculpture Solar Magnet No. 29 by Raffaele Martini at Eastfield College. There is a woman in a pantsuit to the left of the sculpture and a man appears to be removing the cover. The sculpture area is surrounded by what appears to be potted chrysanthemums.
Photograph of Jan LeCroy speaking at the unveiling of the sculpture: Solar Magnet No. 29 by Raffaele Martini at Eastfield College. Jan LeCroy is at a podium with the Eastfield logo on the front. Two people in foreground are holding umbrellas over their heads.
Photograph of Board of Trustees about 1978. Seated from left: Mrs. Eugene McDermott, R.L. Thornton, Jr., Pattie Powell. Standing from left: Robert H. Power, Durwood A. Sutton, Carie Welch, Jim Scoggins. Mrs. McDermott has on a patterned dress and Pattie Powell has on a solid colored dress. There are three flags in photograph. There is a brick wall behind the people.
Black and white photograph of one of the first days on the campus of North Lake College. From left: Glen Bounds and Art Southerland. Glen Bounds, Vice President of Instruction, on the left. Boxes are on the floor. The men are holding papers in their hands. There is a small desk behind the men.
Black and white photograph shows student in the greenhouse at Richland College. She is attending to a hanging plant. Potted plants are in the background. She is wearing a dress with a solid colored shirt and patterned top.
Black and white photograph of persons standing and seated at Brookhaven College function. The Mayor of Farmers Branch, Mr. Dodd is the man with suit and tie on the right, his wife Betty is next to him. He has three balloons behind his head. Assistant City Manager of Farmers Branch John Burke is seated at front table on the left with glasses. Mr. Dodd and his wife are walking toward camera.
Black and white photograph of Trustee Loncy L. Leake talking to person on the Eastfield College tennis court. Mr. Leake has on dark pants, light suit coat and tie. His hands are in his pocket. The person on the tennis court is dressed in tennis attire and holding a tennis racket in his hands. Behind them there is a woman dressed in tennis attire bending over. The flagpoles are visible in the background.
Black and white photograph of Parent Child Study program. This is an informal shot with adults and children interacting. The woman on the floor without glasses and hand on floor is Lu McClellen. She was Dean of Technical Education. There is a baby crawling and two other small children. There are seveal students observing.
Black and white photograph of the fountain on the West side of the Mountain View campus. Water is spraying in the air, the college is visible in the near background and a large tree is to the left of the fountain.
Black and white photograph of the entrance sign to Mountain View College taken from street. Possibly taken by Jane Cockrell. It says Welcome to Mountain View College. A stop light is visible to the right of the sign and the street sign says Illinois. Some houses are visible in the background.
Black and white site visit photograph of Mrs. McDermott and R. L. Thornton, Jr. Mrs. McDermott has on a light colored sleeveless dress and carrying dark handbag. Mr. Thornton has on a dark suit. A large concrete foundation in in the background.
Interior photograph of R. L. Thornton, Jr. speaking at Eastfield College dedication. He is standing at a podium with the Eastfield logo on the front of it. Front row from left: Mrs. Margaret McDermott, Bill J. Priest. Byron McClenney is wearing a light suit. Eric Jonsson is scratching head. There are various potted plants in the photograph.
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