Timeline of dates of important events in the history of diversity at CCA/C created for the 2018 Diversity Studies Faculty Exhibition, by CCA Faculty Edduardo Pineda
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)