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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.
John Coleman giving a critique of product drawings which are hanging on the wall of the classroom. The drawings are of coffee pots and toasters.
John Coleman giving a critique of product drawings which are hanging on the wall of the classroom. The drawings are of coffee pots and toasters.
John Coleman and unidentified students discussing gas burner sketches and models for a stove assignment. In the background, Robert Emerson (PROD 1951) is sitting and drawing and Joseph Thompson is talking with a student.
John Coleman and unidentified students discussing gas burner sketches and models for a stove assignment. In the background, Robert Emerson (PROD 1951) is sitting and drawing and Joseph Thompson is talking with a student.
John Coleman and three unidentified students discussing product drawings and models. The drawings on the table are of coffee pots and clocks.  John Coleman is holding a clock.
John Coleman and three unidentified students discussing product drawings and models. The drawings on the table are of coffee pots and clocks. John Coleman is holding a clock.
John Coleman and students discussing sketches for a stove assignment. (L-R):  (standing) Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950), John Coleman, Rodell Smith (PROD 1950); (sitting) unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950, wearing glasses), unidentified student.
John Coleman and students discussing sketches for a stove assignment. (L-R): (standing) Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950), John Coleman, Rodell Smith (PROD 1950); (sitting) unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950, wearing glasses), unidentified student.
Joseph Thompson and unidentified students working on a model of a stove. John Coleman and an unidentified student are to the left looking at another stove.
Joseph Thompson and unidentified students working on a model of a stove. John Coleman and an unidentified student are to the left looking at another stove.
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.
John Coleman, Joseph Thompson and unidentified students with a plaster model of a band saw (in two pieces).
John Coleman, Joseph Thompson and unidentified students with a plaster model of a band saw (in two pieces).
John Coleman discussing a band saw sketch with unidentified students. A clay model of a band saw is on the table in front of the students.
John Coleman discussing a band saw sketch with unidentified students. A clay model of a band saw is on the table in front of the students.
John Coleman advising a student who is at work on a transportation drawing of a car.
John Coleman advising a student who is at work on a transportation drawing of a car.
John Coleman advising Theodore Youngkin (PROD 1954) on Youngkin's sewing machine sketches.
John Coleman advising Theodore Youngkin (PROD 1954) on Youngkin's sewing machine sketches.
Joseph Thompson and unidentified students viewing a full-size paper prototype of an oven/stove and sketches pasted on the wall next to it.
Joseph Thompson and unidentified students viewing a full-size paper prototype of an oven/stove and sketches pasted on the wall next to it.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman assisting students in a classroom.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman assisting students in a classroom.
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.  John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and George Jergenson examining a washing machine.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman, Frank Nakamura, and George Jergenson examining a washing machine.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design.  John Coleman doing an airbrush demonstration.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. John Coleman doing an airbrush demonstration.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Frank Nakamura, George Jergenson, and John Coleman examining an electric fan.
Art Center's trip to Japan to report on the future of Japanese industrial design. Frank Nakamura, George Jergenson, and John Coleman examining an electric fan.
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. 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.
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