Treadwell Hall, north side 1935
Four people walking up the Blue Gum Eucalyptus lined road, from Broadway toward Macky Hall / Treadwell Mansion, 1926
The Woodworking Shop (Studio 5 / Facilities Building) showing the side of the building which faces Shaklee in 2018, a clapboard faced "Crafts Building/B Building", and Clifton Street at the end of the dirt road..
The Woodworking Shop (Studio 5 / Facilities Building) with men at work leveling the ground in preparation for building Crafts/B Building, looking toward Clifton Street. Frederick Meyer at lower left.
View of the Woodworking Shop (Studio 5 / Facilities Building) soon after its completion, taken from where B Building stands in 2018, looking toward Clifton Street
View of the Woodworking Shop (Studio 5 / Facilities Building) during its construction, by Frederick Meyer and students, taken from where B Building stands in 2018, looking toward Clifton Street
A 1925 letter to Dr. William S. Porter seeking finances toward securing $15,000 to complete buildings on the Oakland campus prior to the start of the 1925 Summer session on June 22.
left to right: Perham Nahl, art instructor; Xavier Martinez, painting instructor; Dr. William S. Porter, art patron presented with honorary degree of master of fine arts and Frederick H. Meyer, director of the school (transcribed from Post-Enquirer newspaper clipping)
Faun sculpture on the Oakland campus created by student Hazel Z. Weller, 1926.