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[Aerial View Spring-Winter Snow]
Aerial view of North Lake College in the snow. Many of the parking lots are visible at the top of the photo and the lake is visible in the bottom right hand side.
[Aerial From West]
Aerial photograph of Richland College. You can see the water which runs through the middle of the campus. The planetarium is visible as well.
[Trailers and Students]
Photograph of Moutain View College, the trailers which were used for classrooms and office prior to completion of the college, and students. Trailers are in the foreground. They are on the main plaza and the college is visible in the background.
[Construction with white pickup]
Color slide of Brookhaven College construction site. Unidentified building with scaffolding. A white pickup truck is visible to the right. No landscaping. The building has a angular roofline.
[Thornton Speaking]
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.
[Mayor of Farmers Branch John Dodd]
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.
[John Tower at Dedication]
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.
[Introduction of Dignitaries]
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.
[Brookhaven from distance with topless windmill]
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.
[Gazebo in Distance with Lake]
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.
[Priest and Thornton]
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.
[Dedication Dignitaries]
Color photograph of Richland College dedication ceremonies. Dignitaries seated in audience. Mrs. Margaret McDermott in foreground with white outfit holding program in hand. They appear to be in the performing arts auditorium.
[Parent Child Study]
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.
[Sculpture in Workshop]
Black and white photograph of the Sculpture in workshop. The sculpture is Solar Magnet No. 29 by Raffaele Martini. It is a large round sphere with two halves.
[Dignitaries on Podium]
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.