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Auld Lang Syne Building Dedication 1952
Paul E. Wolfe (Photographer)
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Burbank Public Library
Burbank City Government
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Photo taken October 22, 1952 at the dedication of the Auld Lang Syne building at the Olive Recreation Center. Auld Lang Syne was a senior citizens group sponsored by the Burbank Parks and Recreation Department. According to notes on the back of the photo, pictured left-to-right are Carl Guerriero, Ted Epstein, Floyd Jolley, Joe Harris, Willie Barber, and Burbank Mayor Walter Mansfield. A plaque on the wall reads: "Auld Lang Syne Building, City of Burbank, Dedicated to the common desire of all people to be friendly with each other. City Council. Walter W. Mansfield, Mayor. Paul L. Brown, Vice-Mayor. Ralph H. Hilton, Floyd J. Jolley, Patrick H. Price. Park and Recreation Board. Joseph B. Harris, Chairman. Carl Guerriero, Vice-Chairman. Willie Barber, Theodore A. Epstein, Marvin E. Thorpe, Floyd J. Jolley, Council Representative. October, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-two."
nonprojected graphic
7 1/2 x 9 1/2 b&w print
local: cco01047
Burbank (Los Angeles County, Calif.)--Mayors--City council members--Mansfield, Walter W.--Older people--Societies and clubs--Men--Fashion--1950s--Jolley, Floyd J.--Hilton, Ralph H
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