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Interview with Perozzi, who attended Cal Poly between 1909-1912, during the university's first ten years of existence. Perozzi also worked in maintenance at Cal Poly after graduation, giving him a unique perspective on the growth of the campus between 1909-1967. [00:00:24] John Perozzi describes his initial contact with Cal Poly</br> [00:01:11] Perozzi describes the level of Cal Poly - equivalent to a state technical high school</br> [00:01:51] Perozzi describes his coursework</br> [00:02:45] Campus buildings described</br> [00:06:26] Perozzi describes the students during his first year</br> [00:08:13] Construction of various buildings on campus </br> [00:10:35] Perozzi describes his residency post-graduation</br> [00:13:30] Perozzi describes working in the power plant</br> [00:14:30] Perozzi describes his knowledge of the underground power lines</br> [00:16:46] Pump system and maintenance described through anecdote</br> [00:18:00] Perozzi describes a painting mishap when he broke his leg</br> [00:21:00] Perozzi describes his love for outdoor sports including target shooting</br> [00:23:46] Perozzi describes finding a rattlesnake under his sleeping bag</br> [00:24:50] Baseball discussed</br> [00:25:30] Perozzi describes his everyday retirement life</br> [00:25:59] Perozzi talks about flying</br> [00:27:50] Perozzi describes some pets of his and his friends</br> [00:28:28] Perozzi talks about retiring early</br> [00:29:50] Interviewer George P. Cooper thanks Perozzi for his time and wraps up the interview</br> Card in box: Name of sponsoring organization: Faculty-Staff Council
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San Luis Obispo (Calif.)
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