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[Circle K-ettes with Tricycle]

Description: Photograph of four Circle K-ettes posing with a tricycle in front of a brick wall: Nancy Dial is seated on the tricycle with the number "3" on a paper hanging around her neck; Donna Casey is standing behind the tricycle; Sarah Bossart (left) and Karen Wheeler (right) are kneeling on either side. Wheeler is looking at the front wheel and holding a wrench to the spokes.
Date: March 7, 1969
Creator: Mitchell, Mark
Partner: Lee College

[Men Examining Fire Damage]

Description: Photograph of three unidentified men wearing uniforms and coveralls inspecting fire damage in the library at Lee College. Portions of burned walls and pipes are visible as well as various tools on a table in the foreground.
Date: August 2, 1966
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Library Periodicals]

Description: Photograph of a row of angled shelving against a wall where magazines, journals, and other periodicals are laid out alphabetically. Two women appear to be browsing the titles. Several tables and chairs are visible in the area in front of the shelves.
Date: 1970
Creator: Read Studio
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Library Stacks]

Description: Photograph of a row of books on two shelves of stacks in the Lee College Library. On the ceiling, the plastic portions of the light fixtures have fire damage.
Date: August 2, 1966
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Ham Building Construction]

Description: Photograph of the front (south) and west side of the Lee College Ham Building during construction. it is a two-story brick building with narrow, decorative windows. A parking lot is visible in the front of the image, including two parked cars.
Date: 1968~/1969~
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Man Inspecting Fire Damage]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified man in uniform inspecting fire damage at the Lee College library, in an area that appears to be a mechanical room. Several pipes are visible near the ceiling and the area around them includes a mostly-burned slatted door and columns that have burn marks.
Date: August 2, 1966
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Students Outside Moler Hall]

Description: Photograph of a partially-shaded patio area outside a one-story brick building labeled "Maude Moler Hall." Students are seated at tables and walking near the building. Handwritten notes on the back say, "Lee College," "Fall '73," and "p. 23."
Date: Autumn 1973
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Lee College Athletic Dorm]

Description: Photograph of two sides of a single-story building with siding at the corner of an intersection. Several cars are parked along the street outside in the left side of the image. Handwriting on the back says "New Athletic Dormitory, 1973-74."
Date: [1973..1974]
Creator: Combs, Martin
Partner: Lee College

[Fire-Damaged Pipes]

Description: Close-up view of fire damage in what appears to be a mechanical room at the Lee College library. There is a slatted door with the top half burned out; in the room behind, several large pipes are visible near the ceiling.
Date: August 2, 1966
Location Info:
Partner: Lee College

[Photograph of James Miller]

Description: Headshot portrait of James Miller, of Lee College, looking toward his right, visible from the chest up. He is wearing a light-colored shirt, dark-colored tie with stripes, and dark colored jacket. His name is visible on the back of the photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Lee College

[Dedication of First Lee College Building #1]

Description: Photograph of four men during the dedication of the first building of the Lee College campus in Baytown. They are standing around a large plaque mounted on a brick wall with a large arrangement of flowers on the floor below; it lists the start of the college (1950), board of trustees, administrators, and companies responsible for the building. Three of the men are standing at the left side of the plaque, identified (L-R) as: George Gentry (president), Walter Rundell (dean), Alvin Miles (assistant dean); and the architect, Herbert Voeleker is standing at the right side of the image.
Date: 1951
Partner: Lee College

[Photograph of Joseph Mendoza]

Description: Headshot portrait of Joseph Mendoza, a faculty member at Lee College, posing with his body angled to the left and looking toward his right, visible from the chest up. He is wearing a light-colored shirt, dark-colored tie, and herringbone-print jacket, as well as glasses with dark frames.
Date: unknown
Partner: Lee College

[Photograph of Benjamin Moskowitz]

Description: Headshot portrait of Benjamin Moskowitz, of Lee College, visible from the chest up. He is wearing a light-colored shirt, dark-colored tie, and plaid jacket, as well as glasses with dark frames. His name is written on the back of the photo, but has been cropped off.
Date: unknown
Partner: Lee College

[Dedication of First Lee College Building #2]

Description: Photograph of four men during the dedication of the first building of the Lee College campus in Baytown. They are visible from the waist up, psoing around a large plaque mounted on a brick wall with a large arrangement of flowers below; the text lists the start of the college (1950), board of trustees, administrators, and companies responsible for the building. Three of the men are standing at the left side of the plaque, identified (L-R) as: George Gentry (president), Walter Rundell (dean), Alvin Miles (assistant dean); and the architect, Herbert Voeleker is standing at the right side of the image.
Date: 1951
Partner: Lee College