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Robert A. Spade, UCSB graduating senior, receiving 1968 Francis Price Memorial Award in Hispanic Studies from Francis Price, Jr. and Chancellor Cheadle

Contributor:
University of California, Santa Barbara. Photographic Services A.V. Department and University of California, Santa Barbara. Office of Public Information
Photographer:
Swalling, W. (Wilfred)
Creation Date:
1968-06-13
Topics:
Awards, Students, University of California, Santa Barbara, Cheadle, Vernon I. (Vernon Irvin), 1910-1995, and College presidents
Genres:
photographic prints, photographs, and group portraits
Notes:

Title supplied by library staff from accompanying information.

Citation:
[Item description]. University Archives photographs collection. UArch 112. Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Description:

Hispanic studies -- Francis Price, Jr. (right), Santa Barbara attorney, presents Robert A. Spade (center), UCSB graduating senior, with a $500 prize for winning the 1968 Francis Price Memorial Award in Hispanic Studies. Chancellor Vernon I. Cheadle of UCSB offers his congratulations.

Physical Description:
1 photograph : print ; sheet 21 x 26 cm
Format:
Still Image
Collection(s):
University Archives photographs collection
Series:
Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
Folder:
Events: Awards, 1954-1981
Library Location:
Department of Special Research Collections
ARK:
ark:/99999/fk47h2sz4j
Local Identifier:
uarch112-g00368
Rights:
Inc.icon only.dark In Copyright
Copyright Holder:
University of California (System). Regents
Restrictions:

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