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Adams, Edward A. With digital objects
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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.
Edward A. "Tink" Adams at home tending his bonsai.
Edward A. "Tink" Adams at home tending his bonsai.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura and Edward A. Adams in a meeting.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura and Edward A. Adams in a meeting.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, Frank Nakamura, and George Jergenson at an outdoor welcome dinner in Tokyo.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, Frank Nakamura, and George Jergenson at an outdoor welcome dinner in Tokyo.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson and Edward A. Adams arriving in Nagoya.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. George Jergenson and Edward A. Adams arriving in Nagoya.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, and Frank Nakamura touring a factory floor.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Edward A. Adams, George Jergenson, and Frank Nakamura touring a factory floor.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, George Jergenson, and Edward A. Adams touring the Juki Sewing Machine company.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, George Jergenson, and Edward A. Adams touring the Juki Sewing Machine company.
Edward "Tink" Adams working on a drawing with students gathered around him.
Edward "Tink" Adams working on a drawing with students gathered around him.
Edward "Tink" Adams looking at the architectural model for the proposed new Art Center campus. Architectural drawings are on the wall behind him.
Edward "Tink" Adams looking at the architectural model for the proposed new Art Center campus. Architectural drawings are on the wall behind him.
Edward "Tink" Adams is looking at the design plans from which students are constructing an architectural model. One student is looking at the plans with Tink and the other student is working on the model.
Edward "Tink" Adams is looking at the design plans from which students are constructing an architectural model. One student is looking at the plans with Tink and the other student is working on the model.
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.
Edward "Tink" Adams speaking in front of a class.
Edward "Tink" Adams speaking in front of a class.
Thirty faculty members gathered around a banquet table for a faculty and staff dinner. Student art work is displayed on the counters along the wall. (L-R): James Doolittle, Gwaine Noot, Will Connell, Eddie Kaminski, unknown, Fannie Kerns, unknown, Ed Biberman, Maxine Rhodes Foor (Tink Adams's secretary), Albert King, Edward "Tink" Adams, Virginia Legakes Adams, A. A. Cooling, Ross Dickinson, Charlie Potts, Dorris Green, Joseph Henninger, Harry Baskerville(?), Elizabeth Franklin, Marjorie Adams, Franklin B. Judson, Stanley Reckless, Norbert Shaeffer(?), Otto Halmer, Eugene Memmler, unknown, C. K. Eaton, Jack Martin Smith (?), Nina Novinska and unknown.
Thirty faculty members gathered around a banquet table for a faculty and staff dinner. Student art work is displayed on the counters along the wall. (L-R): James Doolittle, Gwaine Noot, Will Connell, Eddie Kaminski, unknown, Fannie Kerns, unknown, Ed Biberman, Maxine Rhodes Foor (Tink Adams's secretary), Albert King, Edward "Tink" Adams, Virginia Legakes Adams, A. A. Cooling, Ross Dickinson, Charlie Potts, Dorris Green, Joseph Henninger, Harry Baskerville(?), Elizabeth Franklin, Marjorie Adams, Franklin B. Judson, Stanley Reckless, Norbert Shaeffer(?), Otto Halmer, Eugene Memmler, unknown, C. K. Eaton, Jack Martin Smith (?), Nina Novinska and unknown.
Edward "Tink" Adams at crit wall in front of a class.
Edward "Tink" Adams at crit wall in front of a class.
Edward "Tink" Adams at crit wall in front of a class.
Edward "Tink" Adams at crit wall in front of a class.
Edward "Tink" Adams seated at a desk with examples of student work.
Edward "Tink" Adams seated at a desk with examples of student work.
Portrait of Edward "Tink" Adams.
Portrait of Edward "Tink" Adams.
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.
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.
Edward "Tink" Adams at his desk reviewing student work.
Edward "Tink" Adams at his desk reviewing student work.
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