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52nd Annual Commencement
California College of Arts and Crafts
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California College of Arts and Crafts
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California College of the Arts Libraries
CCA/C Archives
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1959 Commencement Program including a list of graduating students.
program (document)
reformatted digital
4 pages ; 6 x 9 in.
Lederer, Wolfgang, 1912-2003
Miljarek, Louis, 1901-1968
Ford, Harry X. (Harry Xavier), 1921-2008
Hays, Elah Hale
Chikalla, David J
Cosen, Lydia Marie
Ballwanz, Karen
Boyce, John Philip, Jr
Brandon, Henry H
Brown, Roger Wayne
Carash, Wolf
De Hoff, George
Freeman, Dean
Graham, Mary Henrietta
Gurvich, Jean
Helgeson, John
Henderson, Melvin Oliver
Johnson, Keith Hanley
Jurasin, Mark R
Leber, Jess
Maier, Margot Sue
McConnell, James
Miller, Ruth Winifred
Nellis, Nancy Fay
Nicolini, John Joseph
Qualters, Robert L., Jr
Ramos, Julio Aurelio
Rigney, Jack C
Rigney, Thomas Koford
Rupp, Richard Kent
Sagen, Jon Viles
Samuelson, Peter Fenn
Shafer, Calvin Manning
Spencer, William F
Spross, Philip L
Sugrue, Dennis
Tremain, Fred Thomas
Veverka, Evelyn Ann
Vince, Sylvia
Wachter, Mark Richard
Whitaker, Raymond Austin
Wilson, Charles Edward
Yoshpe, Bilha
Zwonechek, Herbert Heath
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