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Graduation dance for Hancock College of Aeronautics cadets, 1943
Allan Hancock College
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Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Hancock Collection
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Allan Hancock College
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Negative created in Santa Maria, California in 1943 is an image of a graduation dance for cadets from Hancock College of Aeronautics. Banners in the room read, "Victory in 1943", and "43-K". A dance was held at the Cadet Club for each graduating class from Hancock College of Aeronautics. "43-K" indicates the 11th class to graduate during 1943.
1 negative : black and white ; 3 3/4 x 4 3/4 in.
Santa Maria (Calif.)
Hancock Field (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)
Hancock College of Aeronautics
Flight Schools--California--Santa Maria Valley (Santa Barbara County)
United States. Army Air Forces. Flying Training Command
Air University (U.S.). Air War College

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