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GM 1965 Automobile Project. Charles "Chuck" Jordan giving General Motors assignment to students. Richard Collier and George Jergenson are present also.
GM 1965 Automobile Project. Charles "Chuck" Jordan giving General Motors assignment to students. Richard Collier and George Jergenson are present also.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material to (L-R) William Porter (General Motors), George Jergenson and Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material to (L-R) William Porter (General Motors), George Jergenson and Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material with Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material with Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material with William Porter (General Motors) and Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. A student discussing presentation material with William Porter (General Motors) and Richard Collier.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing a student's presentation labeled "Nuevo". L-R: unidentified student, William Porter, George Pollard, Charles Jordan, Richard Collier, George Jergenson.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing a student's presentation labeled "Nuevo". L-R: unidentified student, William Porter, George Pollard, Charles Jordan, Richard Collier, George Jergenson.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing students' presentations.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing students' presentations.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing students' presentations.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. General Motors visitors viewing students' presentations.