GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. Ronald Hill and an unidentified General Motors visitor doing an intermediate crit. George Jergenson and Richard Collier are present.
GM Advanced Family Vehicle Project. Charles Jordan viewing a student's presentation.
A full-scale model of a blue race car designed by Erick De Pauw (TRAN 1986). De Pauw is kneeling at the side of the vehicle.
A small-scale model of a futuristic car by Nicholas Pugh (TRAN 1990). Pugh standing behind model.
Automobile 1978. Jeff Pollizzotto (PROD 1974) kneeling in front of his full-scale rendering of a car. An unidentified woman is standing next to him.
Automobile 1978. William Bohn (PROD 1974) standing next to his full-scale rendering of a car.
Train Seating Project. Two people demonstrating the modular seating compartment model for a train.
Seating Design Assignment. Students listening to a student's presentation.
B. Scott Kellogg (TRAN 1986) air-brushing his tape drawing of a four-door sedan for a Chrysler project.
Observers listening to the final presentation of a Chrysler project.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
Nissan Maxima. The six students of Team 2 standing around their model of a vehicle showing the interior design.
Joseph Thompson advising Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) on a clay model.
Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) shaping the clay on a model.
Ford: Mustang III for the 1980's. Jack Telnack and Fritz Mayhew from Ford, Greg Greeson (TRAN 1977), and others are talking near Greeson's work.
Students who participated in the Chrysler project posing for a group photo.
Joseph Thompson teaching a class in the courtyard. Identified students are: A.K. Ragheb (pipe in mouth), Nolan "Jack" Didion (directly behind Thompson), H. David Bishop (left of Didion).
George Jergenson discussing wooden buck of a car with students.
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 (including Thomas Tweedie and Masaji Sugano) applying clay to the framework model of a car.