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Transportation Design Department Transportation Design Department--Classes (Groups of students) Con objetos digitales
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Joseph Thompson supervises construction of a buck prior to applying clay. Students (L-R): Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), (Joseph Thompson - model shop instructor), Rober Gale (PROD 1950), Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) and an unidentified student.
Joseph Thompson supervises construction of a buck prior to applying clay. Students (L-R): Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), (Joseph Thompson - model shop instructor), Rober Gale (PROD 1950), Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) and an unidentified student.
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), unidentified student, (George Jergenson - instructor), Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), unidentified student, (George Jergenson - instructor), Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students appear to be (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), (George Jergenson - instructor), unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).
Students at work on a clay model of a car with George Jergenson observing. Model is a split car design. Students appear to be (L-R): Masaji "Bud" Sugano (PROD 1950), (George Jergenson - instructor), unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), Robert Brackenbury (PROD 1950), Rodell Smith ? (PROD 1950), unidentified student, Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950).