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The Fred Lyon photographs are images of Art Center Photography Department field trips and studio assignments shot by Lyon while he was a student. Of interest is a trip to Yosemite with instructor Ansel Adams.
The Irene Vermeers papers consist almost entirely of photographs of Art Center School in the mid-1930s, especially faculty portraits and student work. Some of her images were less formal and capture rare candid images of students. The bulk of the...
The Michael Osborne stamps are two Love stamps designed by Osborne for the U.S. Post Office. The book of 2002 stamps and two envelopes with the 2004 stamps are signed by Osborne.
The Bill Meriwether papers consist mainly of photographs taken by Meriwether during his years as a Photography student at Art Center. Of interest is a scrapbook with photographs of a Photography Department beach party after World War II. The lette...
The Gerald P. B. Murison photographs are 50 black and white images (negatives and prints) taken by Murison and other students from 1942 to 1943. Of special interest are the photographs of his instructor Ansel Adams in the classroom. Also in this c...
Murison, Gerald P. B.
The Warren Samuel photographs are images of Art Center Photography faculty and students taken by Samuel while he was a student.
The Selwyn Pullan photographs are images of Art Center Photography faculty and students taken by Pullan while he was a student.
The Roland Giampaoli papers are four photographs of, and one sketch by, Illustration instructor Joseph Henninger.
The Warren Johnson papers consist of a copy of his diploma and a single portrait of Art Center students taken in the school's auditorium around 1949.
The Virginia Iden Ferguson papers are three letters from the Art Center School. A 1941 letter is to her parents requesting Virginia attend an additional year. A 1959 letter serves as her student record and lists the classes she took. Also included...
The Richard Ham papers are mainly images taken by Ham of location shoots in 1941 (while he was a student) and in 1949 (while he was an instructor). Also included are articles from photography magazines on Art Center projects, Ham's memoirs, ...
The Dorothy Messenger photographs are informal snapshots of her and her classmates at school and on field trips.
The John Lichtenwalner photographs consist of a single portrait of Art Center students taken in the school's auditorium around 1949.
The John Coleman papers consist mainly of photographs of an Art Center trip to Japan. Coleman, along with President Edward A. Adams, Transportation faculty George Jergenson and alumnus Frank Y. Nakamura (PROD 1956), went to Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, a...
The Dennis Hill photographs is a group shot of Photography students who entered in Summer 1978.
The Channing Gilson papers consist of correspondence related to Art Center's fundraising campaign for the new Pasadena campus, a copy of his diploma, and a few Society of Art Center Alumni items.
Alumni Identification Card issued to Sherwin Tilton for use as a library card. The card is actually a Student Identification Card with the word "Student" crossed off and "Alumni" handwritten above it.
The Douglas Baldwin papers consist of a book of 22 color photographs, taken by Baldwin, of the dedication of Art Center's James Lemont Fogg Memorial Library and three later photos of the library's interior. An excerpt of the dedication ...
The Richard Oehrli papers consist of photocopies of nine Strother MacMinn drawings, a letter from MacMinn to Oehrli, and MacMinn's obituary from AutoWeek.
The Gordon E. Smith papers are mainly images taken by Smith while he was a student and as a professional food photographer. Also included is a packet from the Art Center School consisting of a cover letter, his grade transcript, and a Certificate ...
Smith, Gordon E.