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[Some Food Classes Were Held in the Tents]
Black and white photography of two of the tents set up in parking lot which were used for classrooms at Mountain View College prior to completion of college. Mountain View College is in the background and part of a parked car is showing in the foreground. Caption on back: Some Food Classes Were Held in the Tents. Additional information: Randy Hill Photo Service/4524 Kushla Ave./376-9450/Dallas, Texas 75216
[Sousaphone Player]
Black and white photograph of band member playing sousaphone at the Cedar Valley College groundbreaking. There are other members of the band also in the photograph. The sousaphone is white. Probably Lancaster High School Tiger Band member. Band members have on uniforms.
[Spring Registration]
Black and white photograph shows line of students standing outside waiting to register. Probably waiting to get into the gym. Two women have their backs to the camera.
[Steering Committee]
Black and white photograph of some of the original steering committee. Show approximately twenty seven seated individuals.
[Striped Chairs and Green Chairs]
Color photograph shows one person seated and one person standing in an area of Richland College. There are green bubble chairs in the room and there is striped furniture in the room.
[Student in Library]
Black and white photograph shows library range with student looking at books. There is a step stool behind the student. She has both hands on a row of books.
[Student Lounge]
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.
[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.
[Thornton Speaking]
Photograph of R. L. Thornton, Jr. speaking at the groundbreaking for Cedar Valley College. In front of him is a model of the college. Dignitaries are on stage behind him and a large striped tent is in background.
[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.
[Unveiling Sculpture Byron McClenney at Podium]
Photograph showing Byron McClenney at podium. His back is to the camera. There is an American flag beside podium. The man in front row with beard is Raffaele Martini. The first man from right is James Hall. Sculpture is Solar Magnet No. 29 by Raffaele Martini.
[Unveiling Sculpture Jan LeCroy Speaking]
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.
[Unveiling Sculpture View with Flowers]
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.
[Walnut Hill Entrance Complete]
Photograph of the masonry structure entrance for North Lake College. It is a tall structure with the North Lake logo on the top. The bricks from which it is built are the same as the original campus buildings.
[Windmill without blades]
Photograph of the windmill at Brookhaven College. There is no top on the windmill. The photograph has buildings on either side and the Brookhaven flag is visible to the right.