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Watercolor painting of Art Center faculty and alumni affiliated with General Motors by George Jergenson.
Watercolor painting of Art Center faculty and alumni affiliated with General Motors by George Jergenson.
Train of Tomorrow binder, 1944-1946
Train of Tomorrow binder, 1944-1946
Train of Tomorrow #2
Train of Tomorrow #2
Strother MacMinn, Joseph Thompson, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl looking at a full-scale automobile model.
Strother MacMinn, Joseph Thompson, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl looking at a full-scale automobile model.
Strother MacMinn, Joseph Thompson, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Ha...
Strother MacMinn, Joseph Thompson, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl looking at a full-scale automobile model.
Strother MacMinn, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl touring the campus.
Strother MacMinn, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl touring the campus.
Strother MacMinn, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl touring...
Strother MacMinn, George Jergenson and General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl touring the campus.
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Ea...
(L-R): unidentified students, John Coleman, unidentified student, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unidentified students, George Jergenson and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): unidentified students, George Jergenson and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): John Coleman, unidentified students, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): John Coleman, unidentified students, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): John Coleman, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): John Coleman, George Jergenson, and Harley Earl Jr. look on as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mit...
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mitchell, and George Jergenson looking at a clay model of an automobile.
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mitchell, and George Jergenson looking at a clay model of an automobile.
(L-R): Eugene Fleury, Strother MacMinn, Harley Earl Jr., Joseph Thompson, General Motors Bill Mitchell, and George Jergenson looking at a clay model of an automobile.
Joseph Thompson, General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl, and George Jergenson looking...
Joseph Thompson, General Motors Chief of Styling/Design Harley Earl, and George Jergenson looking at a full-scale car model.
Ink and watercolor painting of text that lists the names of the Art Center faculty and alumni affiliated with General Motors by George Jergenson.
Ink and watercolor painting of text that lists the names of the Art Center faculty and alumni affiliated with General Motors by George Jergenson.
Influences on Automotive Design During the Era of Harley Earl's Leadership at General Motors Styling / by George Prentice (TRAN 1968).
Influences on Automotive Design During the Era of Harley Earl's Leadership at General Motors Styling / by George Prentice (TRAN 1968).
History of trains slide presentation. Harley Earl and George Jergenson standing in front of the Train of Tomorrow.
History of trains slide presentation. Harley Earl and George Jergenson standing in front of the Train of Tomorrow.
Harley Earl Jr. (left) looks down as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
Harley Earl Jr. (left) looks down as Bill Mitchell speaks to an Industrial Design class.
Harley Earl Jr. (left) and Bill Mitchell speaking to an Industrial Design class. Joseph Thompson is shown on the right of Earl.
Harley Earl Jr. (left) and Bill Mitchell speaking to an Industrial Design class. Joseph Thompson is shown on the right of Earl.
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