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Painting of Edward "Tink" Adams by Mark English (ILLU '60). Presented at the dedication of the Hillside campus.
Painting of Edward "Tink" Adams by Mark English (ILLU '60). Presented at the dedication of the Hillside campus.
Annual meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni at the Sportsmen's Lodge on September 12, 1963. One table in the foreground. Back row left to right: Don Kubly, Sally Kubly, Sterling Leach, ?, Edward "Tink" Adams, Virginia Legakes Adams. Front row left to right: Elizabeth Franklin, ?
Annual meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni at the Sportsmen's Lodge on September 12, 1963. One table in the foreground. Back row left to right: Don Kubly, Sally Kubly, Sterling Leach, ?, Edward "Tink" Adams, Virginia Legakes Adams. Front row left to right: Elizabeth Franklin, ?
Following the presentation of the awards and scholarships from the Society of Illustrators (L-R): Charles E. White (ADIL 1962), Sheldon Rud, Edwin Broussard (ILLU 1962), unknown, J. Morgan Henninger, Ren Wicks and Edward "Tink" Adams.
Following the presentation of the awards and scholarships from the Society of Illustrators (L-R): Charles E. White (ADIL 1962), Sheldon Rud, Edwin Broussard (ILLU 1962), unknown, J. Morgan Henninger, Ren Wicks and Edward "Tink" Adams.
Art Center faculty having cocktails at Tink's house. (Clockwise from left): George Jergenson, Edward A. Adams, Elizabeth Franklin (?), Mary Sheridan, unknown, Virginia Adams.
Art Center faculty having cocktails at Tink's house. (Clockwise from left): George Jergenson, Edward A. Adams, Elizabeth Franklin (?), Mary Sheridan, unknown, Virginia Adams.
Three students sitting on a table in front of Edward "Tink" Adams.  Student work is displayed on a chalkboard.
Three students sitting on a table in front of Edward "Tink" Adams. Student work is displayed on a chalkboard.
GE Space Capsule Project final presentation. John Coleman and George Beck (GE) in front of the faculty audience.
GE Space Capsule Project final presentation. John Coleman and George Beck (GE) in front of the faculty audience.
Edward "Tink" Adams is shown presenting a folded piece of paper to Virginia Legakes Adams while shaking her hand.
Edward "Tink" Adams is shown presenting a folded piece of paper to Virginia Legakes Adams while shaking her hand.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson, John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and Edward A. Adams examining a bicycle during a presentation.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson, John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and Edward A. Adams examining a bicycle during a presentation.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design.  Edward A. Adams and John Coleman seated in a train.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and John Coleman seated in a train.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design.  Edward A. Adams touring a factory.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams touring a factory.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. A hosted dinner.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. A hosted dinner.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson observing a manufacturing process.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson observing a manufacturing process.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson, John Coleman, Edward A. Adams, and Frank Nakamura in a big group picture.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson, John Coleman, Edward A. Adams, and Frank Nakamura in a big group picture.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson (far right) attending a luncheon.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson (far right) attending a luncheon.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and Edward A. Adams observing a manufacturing process.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and Edward A. Adams observing a manufacturing process.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, Frank Nakamura, and John Coleman entering a building.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, Frank Nakamura, and John Coleman entering a building.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson inspecting a motorcycle.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams and George Jergenson inspecting a motorcycle.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams in a meeting with Toshiba.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams in a meeting with Toshiba.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, and Frank Nakamura at a dinner in Tokyo.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, and Frank Nakamura at a dinner in Tokyo.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Edward A. Adams, and George Jergenson greeting a man.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Edward A. Adams, and George Jergenson greeting a man.
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