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Photograph caption dated October 16, 1957 reads "Irene Carter Oats, president emeritus and granddaughter of founder of Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and Arts, cuts ribbon on opening of first mobile music unit. Sound-proofed trailer, which houses four studios, classroom, and five pianos, will bring conservatory music instruction to Valley residents Friday. Taking part in ceremony, from left, are Earle C. Voorhies, founder and director of mobile music department; David Karol, assistant director in charge of Valley operation, and Morris Hutchins Ruger, conservatory director of musical and academic curricula."
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm.
00155229 Valley Times Collection; HCNVT_d059_f13_i1 http://18.104.22.168/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/128273
L. A. Conservatory of Music and Arts (Los Angeles, Calif.) School administrators Men Women Conservatories of music Trailers Dedications Scissors and shears Ribbons San Fernando Valley (Calif.)