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Coleman, John Product Design Department--Classes (Groups of students)
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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.

John Coleman and students discussing sketches for a stove assignment. (L-R):...

John Coleman and students discussing sketches for a stove assignment. (L-R): (back row) Thomas Tweedie (PROD 1950), John Coleman, two unidentified students; (front row) unidentified student, Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950, wearing glasses).
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 advice to an unidentified student on his clay model of a toaster.
John Coleman giving advice to an unidentified student on his clay model of a toaster.
John Coleman giving a critique of product drawings which are hanging on the wall of the classroom.  The drawings include clocks, a hot plate and a toaster.
John Coleman giving a critique of product drawings which are hanging on the wall of the classroom. The drawings include clocks, a hot plate and a toaster.

John Coleman giving a critique of product drawings which are hanging on the w...

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 four unidentified students are working on clay models in the classroom.  Two of the models are of clocks.
John Coleman and four unidentified students are working on clay models in the classroom. Two of the models are of clocks.
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