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Bernice Pitts receiving her degree at George Pepperdine College
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Pepperdine University Libraries
Alumni Memories Collection [digital resource], Pepperdine University Special Collections and University Archives
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Pepperdine University, Special Collections and University Archives
Alumni Memories Collection
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Copyright to photographs in this collection, in most cases, is retained by Pepperdine University. Images are intended for educational and research use, and may be used for non-commercial purposes with appropriate attribution. Organizations and individuals seeking to use images for publication must assume all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright. Such parties should contact Pepperdine University Special Collections and University Archives.
Bernice (Carr) Pitts receives her diploma and handshake from Dr. Hugh M. Tiner, 2nd president of Pepperdine College. June 5, 1949.
Universities & colleges
Graduation ceremonies
College presidents
Pepperdine University
Pepperdine College
African American college students
African American history
Pitts, Bernice M
Tiner, Hugh M
Black and white photographic print, 5 x 7 inches
Pepperdine University Libraries has surrogate files only. The original physical items are not a part of the Libraries' holdings
Alumni Memories Collection

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