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Dedication of Cheadle Hall

Contributor:
University of California, Santa Barbara. Office of Public Information
Creation Date:
1979-05
Topics:
Universities & colleges, Building dedications, Huttenback, Robert A., Noble, Elmer R. (Elmer Ray), 1909-2001, University of California, Santa Barbara, Cheadle, Vernon I. (Vernon Irvin), 1910-1995, College administrators, College presidents, and Snidecor, John C.
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:

Dedication of Cheadle Hall May, 1979 Five (former and present) chief campus officers were represented at the Ceremony. They are, from left, Vernon I. Cheadle, former chancellor. John C. Snidecor, former acting provost. Mrs. Clarence Phelps, widow of long time president and first provost. Robert A. Huttenback, present chancellor.

Physical Description:
1 photograph : color print ; sheet 11 x 16 cm
Format:
Still Image
Collection(s):
University Archives photographs collection
Series:
Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
Folder:
Events: Dedications, 1954-1979
Library Location:
Department of Special Research Collections
ARK:
ark:/99999/fk4z61rd2r
Local Identifier:
uarch112-g00378
Rights:
Inc.icon only.dark In Copyright
Copyright Holder:
University of California (System). Regents
Restrictions:

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