George Jergenson, Strother MacMinn, and General Motors executives Paul Gillan and George Pollard visit the model shop.
George Jergenson, Strother MacMinn, and General Motors executives Paul Gillan and George Pollard view models. Frames K-L (L-R): Pollard, Jergenson, Gillan, Wayne Cherry (PROD 1962), Joe Farrer and MacMinn.
John M. Reinhart from U. S. Steel visiting classes and looking at student work in the courtyard.
Small portraits of faculty, with labels under each portrait, featuring: Bob Allikas, James Bruni, Gaylord Eckles, Kohei Eguchi, R. Hutting, Wilson Lord, Strother MacMinn, Rob McCann, Andrew Ogden, Richard Pietruska, Stewart Reed, David Solon, Keith Teter, Merkel Weiss and Ted Youngkin.
Strother MacMinn speaking at Art Center's 50th anniversary event called "The Big Weekend." This presentation was likely the luncheon honoring Edward "Tink" Adams, which featured members of Art Center's faculty from earlier years. The Annual Meeting of the Society of Art Center Alumni was also part of this event.
GM Cadillac/Buick. Final presentation with drawings and models of cars. Students are standing to the left; Strother MacMinn and Ronald Hill and standing to the right. John Shettler (C) and Henry Haga (back to camera) of General Motors.
GM Turbine Project. General Motors visitors viewing students' final presentations.