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Herb Rosenthal giving a crit on architectural structure models to a group of students.
Herb Rosenthal giving a crit on architectural structure models to a group of students.
Herb Rosenthal giving a crit on architectural structure models to a group of students.
Herb Rosenthal giving a crit on architectural structure models to a group of students.
Werner Heumann and a student looking at and discussing an architectural model by a student.
Werner Heumann and a student looking at and discussing an architectural model by a student.
Lloyd N. Faulkner (PROD 1961) giving a presentation of his work on U.S. Steel to Herb Rosenthal. Other students are present.
Lloyd N. Faulkner (PROD 1961) giving a presentation of his work on U.S. Steel to Herb Rosenthal. Other students are present.
Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work.
Dorothea Redmond's class. Dorothea Redmond is giving a crit of student work.
Students drawing from a live nude female model in Lorser Feitelson's Life Drawing class. Lorser is demonstrating drawing to the students.
Students drawing from a live nude female model in Lorser Feitelson's Life Drawing class. Lorser is demonstrating drawing to the students.
Students drawing from a live nude female model in Lorser Feitelson's Life Drawing class. Lorser is demonstrating drawing to the students.
Students drawing from a live nude female model in Lorser Feitelson's Life Drawing class. Lorser is demonstrating drawing to the students.
Charles Potts (frames G-K) and George Rappaport (frames B, L) critiquing advertisements for bathing suits in the auditorium.
Charles Potts (frames G-K) and George Rappaport (frames B, L) critiquing advertisements for bathing suits in the auditorium.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Visitors from Carson-Roberts critiquing student advertising designs in the auditorium for Mario Donna's class.
Visitors from Carson-Roberts critiquing student advertising designs in the auditorium for Mario Donna's class.
Students in a packaging class drawing packaging ideas for a product.
Students in a packaging class drawing packaging ideas for a product.
A close-up of one student in a packaging class drawing packaging ideas for a product labelled Castoria.
A close-up of one student in a packaging class drawing packaging ideas for a product labelled Castoria.
Vance Jonson and class visiting Hillside Press to view Christmas cards.
Vance Jonson and class visiting Hillside Press to view Christmas cards.
Lorser Feitelson critiquing students' paintings as the class paints from a nude female model.
Lorser Feitelson critiquing students' paintings as the class paints from a nude female model.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Lorser Feitelson and a group of students viewing paintings used in a traveling exhibit.
Illustrator Robert Peak (ILLU 1951) speaking in the auditorium and going over illustrations in a conference room with student named Penny.
Illustrator Robert Peak (ILLU 1951) speaking in the auditorium and going over illustrations in a conference room with student named Penny.
Illustrator Robert Peak (ILLU 1951) going over illustrations in a conference room with a student named Penny.
Illustrator Robert Peak (ILLU 1951) going over illustrations in a conference room with a student named Penny.
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