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Future students and their family sitting down to talk with a housing representative during College Day event at UCSBC

Photographer:
Gilberts of Goleta
Creation Date:
[circa 1953-1969]
Topics:
Students, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara College, Events, and Employees
Genres:
photographic prints and photographs
Notes:

Title supplied by library staff from accompanying information. Date from finding aid.

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

Many parents accompanied their sons and daughters to the College Day event at UCSBC. Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Zelle from Glendale confer with Miss Velma Morrell, housing supervisor, and Carolyn Zelle fills out housing form with her friend from Glendale High School, Barbara Schneller. Ten-year-old Christine Zelle came along with her parents.

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: University Day / College Day & Super Saturday / Open House, 1953-1987
Library Location:
Department of Special Research Collections
ARK:
ark:/99999/fk4gb39v37
Local Identifier:
uarch112-g00501
Rights:
Other.icon only.dark Copyright Not Evaluated
Restrictions:

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