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Farrer, Joseph 5353 West Third Street, Los Angeles (Calif.) With digital objects
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Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer and the students who designed the hydrants. Student work.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer and the students who designed the hydrants. Student work.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer, and the students who designed the hydrants.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer, and the students who designed the hydrants.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin and the students who designed the hydrants.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin and the students who designed the hydrants.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer, and the students who designed the hydrants.
Fireplug Project. Captain Klafta of the Los Angeles Fire Department inspecting the models of fire hydrants along with Theodore Youngkin, Joseph Farrer, and the students who designed the hydrants.
Industrial Design instructor Joseph J. Farrer.
Industrial Design instructor Joseph J. Farrer.
Industrial Design instructor Joseph J. Farrer.
Industrial Design instructor Joseph J. Farrer.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car. The car is split down the center and each half of the car is designed differently.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car. The car is split down the center and each half of the car is designed differently.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of a commuter car.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of a commuter car.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car.
Joseph Farrer and students are viewing a full-scale clay model of two different styles of cars on one model of a car.
Students at work on clay models of cars in model shop with instructors George Jergenson, Joseph Thompson, Joseph Farrer and George Martin. The student who is center front in the image (with his back toward the camera) is William R. Molzon (TRAN 1963).
Students at work on clay models of cars in model shop with instructors George Jergenson, Joseph Thompson, Joseph Farrer and George Martin. The student who is center front in the image (with his back toward the camera) is William R. Molzon (TRAN 1963).
Transportation class viewing full-scale framework model of a car, otherwise known as a "buck". Instructors Strother MacMinn, George Martin and Joseph Farrer are present. Car drawings are on the wall behind the "buck".
Transportation class viewing full-scale framework model of a car, otherwise known as a "buck". Instructors Strother MacMinn, George Martin and Joseph Farrer are present. Car drawings are on the wall behind the "buck".
Transportation class viewing full-scale framework model of a car, otherwise known as a "buck". Instructors Strother MacMinn, George Martin and Joseph Farrer are present. Car drawings are on the wall behind the "buck".
Transportation class viewing full-scale framework model of a car, otherwise known as a "buck". Instructors Strother MacMinn, George Martin and Joseph Farrer are present. Car drawings are on the wall behind the "buck".
Catalina Project.  Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project. Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project.  Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project. Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project.  Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer. Students are pouring plaster into wooden frame.
Catalina Project. Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer. Students are pouring plaster into wooden frame.
Joseph Farrer and Strother MacMinn (frames H-J) supervising students as they build the framework for the full-scale wind tunnel model of a car.
Joseph Farrer and Strother MacMinn (frames H-J) supervising students as they build the framework for the full-scale wind tunnel model of a car.
George Jergenson, Strother MacMinn, and General Motors executives Paul Gillan and George Pollard visit the model shop. Frames K-L (L-R): Pollard, Jergenson, Gillan, Wayne Cherry (PROD 1962), Joe Farrer and MacMinn.
George Jergenson, Strother MacMinn, and General Motors executives Paul Gillan and George Pollard visit the model shop. Frames K-L (L-R): Pollard, Jergenson, Gillan, Wayne Cherry (PROD 1962), Joe Farrer and MacMinn.
Catalina Project.  Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project. Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project.  Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
Catalina Project. Students working on the first plaster mold for the saucer with the assistance of Joseph Farrer.
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