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Albert Cooling, George Jergenson and John Coleman with students in the classroom as they work on their assignments. Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950) is leaning over the desk as he works.
Albert Cooling, George Jergenson and John Coleman with students in the classroom as they work on their assignments. Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950) is leaning over the desk as he works.
Industrial Design instructor George Jergenson in front of a window.
Industrial Design instructor George Jergenson in front of a window.
George Jergenson and unidentified students at work on product design drawings of toasters and other household items in the classroom.
George Jergenson and unidentified students at work on product design drawings of toasters and other household items in the classroom.
Joseph Thompson and Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) shape the plaster mold of a car, as George Jergenson observes.
Joseph Thompson and Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) shape the plaster mold of a car, as George Jergenson observes.
George Jergenson advising an unidentified student on his clay model.
George Jergenson advising an unidentified student on his clay model.
George Jergenson discussing wooden buck of a car with students.
George Jergenson discussing wooden buck of a car with students.
Joseph Thompson and George Jergenson viewing a clay model of a car in the process of being worked on by students.
Joseph Thompson and George Jergenson viewing a clay model of a car in the process of being worked on by students.
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), unidentified student, (George Jergenson - instructor), Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), unidentified student, (George Jergenson - instructor), Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
George Jergenson critiquing a student's exhibition model in an Industrial Design class while the student looks on. Several students are working on other models in the background.
George Jergenson critiquing a student's exhibition model in an Industrial Design class while the student looks on. Several students are working on other models in the background.
George Jergenson giving critique of sports car drawings of A.K. Ragheb's (PROD 1951).
George Jergenson giving critique of sports car drawings of A.K. Ragheb's (PROD 1951).
George Jergenson and three students examining a vacuum cleaner. Robert Emerson (PROD 1951) is standing in the back wearing glasses.
George Jergenson and three students examining a vacuum cleaner. Robert Emerson (PROD 1951) is standing in the back wearing glasses.
George Jergenson advising an unidentified student on his clay model.
George Jergenson advising an unidentified student on his clay model.
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students appear to be (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), (George Jergenson - instructor), unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students appear to be (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), (George Jergenson - instructor), unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson supervising.
Salsbury Scooter Assignment. George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson advising students on their clay scooter models.
Salsbury Scooter Assignment. George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson advising students on their clay scooter models.
Salsbury Scooter Assignment. George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson advising students on their clay models of scooters.
Salsbury Scooter Assignment. George Jergenson and Joseph Thompson advising students on their clay models of scooters.
General Motors executives and Art Center Industrial Design Department gathered around a clay car model. Front (L-R): Joseph Thompson, Paul Gillan (eventually Executive Chief Designer), Ned Nickles (GM Buick), Edward Glowacke (Executive in charge, Automotive Design), Howard O'Leary (Director of Styling Section), John Coleman, George Jergenson, Tom Christiansen (Manager, Styling Staff Activities), Clare Mackichan (Executive in Charge Advanced Automotive Design and Engineering), and Bill Lang.
General Motors executives and Art Center Industrial Design Department gathered around a clay car model. Front (L-R): Joseph Thompson, Paul Gillan (eventually Executive Chief Designer), Ned Nickles (GM Buick), Edward Glowacke (Executive in charge, Automotive Design), Howard O'Leary (Director of Styling Section), John Coleman, George Jergenson, Tom Christiansen (Manager, Styling Staff Activities), Clare Mackichan (Executive in Charge Advanced Automotive Design and Engineering), and Bill Lang.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson supervising.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) at work on a model of a car with George Jergenson supervising.
George Jergenson, another instructor and possibly a student are in the shop looking at the progress made on an architectural model of a building.
George Jergenson, another instructor and possibly a student are in the shop looking at the progress made on an architectural model of a building.
George Jergenson and unidentified students placing interior components into a sailboat model.
George Jergenson and unidentified students placing interior components into a sailboat model.
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