World War, 1939-1945

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Book 1 - Kid stuff, Chicago, Millwauke, Pasadena, Fresno, Sierras pack trips

This scrapbook documents the early years in Jergenson's life. It includes photographs (of family, friends, and camping trips), clippings (mainly of his high school football team), Boy Scout badges, elementary school essays, varsity letters, and letters to young George from family members, 1917-1918. Of special interest are a 1917 valentine and his WWI "comic book" (mostly sketches of war planes). Also included are photographs of an October 1952 fishing trip in Sequoia National Park with Art Center instructors Al King, George Bronner, and Herman Wall.

Connell Cooler, 1944

Two issues (January and February 1944) of a newsletter sent to Photography students and alumni by Will and Grace Connell. It gives updates on the Connells, the school, and their classmates as World War II sent them all over the world.

Connell Cooler, 1944

January 1944 issue of a newsletter sent to Photography students and alumni by Will and Grace Connell. It gives updates on the Connells, the school, and their classmates as World War II sent them all over the world.

Connell Cooler, 1944

February 1944 issue of a newsletter sent to Photography students and alumni by Will and Grace Connell. It gives updates on the Connells, the school, and their classmates as World War II sent them all over the world.

Kenneth Staley papers

  • SPEC 10
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  • 1939-2004

The Kenneth Staley papers are mainly his memoir that documents his experiences at Art Center before and after World War II, his involvement during the war as a rifleman, and his career at General Electric Company. Photocopies of his sketches, a photograph of himself during the war, and the original letter from Art Center confirming his enrollment (1939) are included.

Staley, Kenneth T.

Letter to Former Classmates, 1943

Bill Meriwether, while stationed in Iceland during World War II, wrote this letter to his Photography classmates who attended Art Center in 1942. He lists faculty and students alphabetically and gives updates on their activities and addresses after the war scattered them.

Letters, 1941-1959

A letter to Mr. and Mrs. Iden from President Edward A. Adams encouraging the continued enrollment of their daughter, Virginia Iden (PHOT 1942) in the Photography track. Adams refers to the change in the employment market due to World War II in the letter. Her student record signed by Registrar Karla Martell. One page newsletter for Alumni noting Art Center's recent successes, 1959.

Magazine articles, 1942-1949

Articles from photography magazines on Art Center projects, students, and faculty, and alumni. Magazines include "U.S. Camera," "Minicam Photography," and "Popular Photography."

Memoir, sketches, letter, 1939-2004

Staley's memoir, "Art Center - The Way It Was, 1939-1941 - 1947-1948" is a 23-page manuscript recalling his days as a student, as well as his service in World War II and his career at General Electric. The pen sketches (photocopies) were made when he was in the Pacific Theatre with the 96th Division. Also included is a letter from Art Center Registrar Marjorie Adams discussing Staley's upcoming enrollment in 1939.