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Description: Black and white photograph of four graduates at commencement ceremonies at North Lake College. In the foreground is a young man with a straw cowboy hat. He also has long sideburns and glasses. His graduation gown is open to reveal his cowboy shirt. The woman behind him has her hand on her chin.
Description: Photograph of the Board of Trustees about 1980. Standing from left: Bob Beard, Bart Romiger, J.D. Hall, Don Buchholz.Seated from left: Jerry Gilmore, Pattie Powell, Robert Power. There are three flags in picture and brick wall behind the board members. J.D. Hall has on a plaid suit jacket.
Description: Black and white photograph of four people discussing student exchange program at North Lake College. From left: President of Mexican university- name unknown, Jim Horton - President of North Lake College, Olivia Villajro, Joel Vela.
Description: Black and white photograph of Dallas County Community College District supports, board members, etc. in Washington, D.C. From left: Dian Rominger, Bart Rominger, Pattie Powell, Jim Collins, Ruth Bucholtz, Don Buchholtz, Lillie Belle Hall, and J.D. Hall. This photograph is published in the Dec/Jan 1978/79 Intercom.
Description: Black and white photograph of Dr. Jan LeCroy, Chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District blowing out candles on his birthday cake. Pattie Powell is seated. Jerry Gilmore is standing. The lady holding the cake is unidentified as is the gentleman in the background.
Description: Photograph of Bill J. Priest standing with baseball award in dark suit coat and bow tie. There is a miniature baseball as part of the plaque. This photograph is discussed by Dr. Priest on the Sept. 5, 2002 audio tape made during a photo identification session. Transcript is available at the District Service Center Archives.