Tecoah Bruce and two unidentified people at the plaque commemorating the Studio Building in Berkeley, which was the original site of the California School of Arts and Crafts.
Michael Vanderbyl (with chin on hand)
Teacher with students on Macky lawn at the CCAC Oakland campus.
students on lawn, some smoking
A metal chalice made by CCAC student William Clark in 1976.
CCAC sign, which formerly topped the arch at the Broadway entrance to the Oakland campus, hanging in the Facilities Office in 2017
Students with Volkswagon under the CCAC arch at the Broadway entrance to the Oakland campus.
This photograph, of furniture designed by CSAC students for Thousand Oaks School in 1918, was published with the caption "Movable Desks for Kindergarten and Primary Grade Use" in the January 1925 issue of Sierra Educational News to illustrate an article titled "Industrial Art Education" written by "F.H. Meyer Director California School of Arts and Crafts, Berkeley".