CCAC student, Geoff, with guitar on roof, Oakland campus, 1965
Students Florence Heuser and Carolyn Blorp getting ready for the Bal Surrealiste surprised by Librarian Robert Harper, 1963. Robert L. Harper was head librarian from the mid-60s through the mid-80s.
Art-in-Action exhibition. Salute to the Oakland Museum, 1969, the year the Oakland Museum first opened.
Beaux arts ball at CCAC, 1952; Ruby Young, center
Students and a faculty member at a Hawaiian-themed dance; Ruby Young, second row, far left. Source of info: Ruby Young.
Students in the assembly hall, c.1950.
Jack Keith and Sheila Prentice onstage in Guild Hall, 1947
Excerpt from California College of Arts and Crafts Review, Vol.79 No.4 Nov/Dec 1985, focusing on CCAC alumna Kay Sekimachi
Portfolio of keepsakes from the CCAC summer study abroad program at Casa El Molino, 1968, compiled by Arlene Streich. Materials include photographs and drawings created by Arlene: of Casa El Molino, the residence where CCAC faculty and students stayed; of the village and people of Erongarícuaro; and of the nearby town of Pátzcuaro, in the sate of Michoacán located in Western Mexico. The 1968 study abroad program was lead by CCAC faculty Marty Streich and Ron Dahl, it continued for several additional summers through the early 1970s.
Chain link fence installation on the Oakland campus, observed by Frederick Meyer. Circa 1936