CCAC Hist. Interviews with Babs Meyer, June 25, 1984 and July 2, 1984 by Harry X. Ford. Transcribed by Helen Frierson in 2018. Reflects 3-4 hours of conversation that took place at Bab’s home in Piedmont Gardens, Oakland, California. Covers many topics from Babs' childhood, college founding, early faculty and college history from first 75 years from founding.
Studio 7, center, with the Cafeteria to the right and a corner of the lounge area of the Dormitories to the left, CCAC Oakland, 1969
1950 campus map and building directory.
Photograph of arch and wall at Broadway entrance to campus.
Images of the Dedication of the Noni Eccles Treadwell Ceramics Center on the California College of the Arts' Oakland Campus on Febuary 21,1973.
CCAC Commencement, May 17 1969, on the lawn between Treadwell Mansion (Macky Hall) and Founders Hall, Oakland, California.
Photograph of students on Macky lawn; view of Macky Hall and Founders Hall.
Installation inspired by visit to Alcatraz and the story of a Japanese-American imprisoned there. Dealt with themes of nationalism and identity, confinement and boundaries.