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Photograph was edited for publication purposes The Clarence W. Pierce School of Agriculture is a two-year community college in Woodland Hills, California. It opened in September 1947, with 70 students and 18 faculty members and is part of the Los Angeles Community College District. The school's initial focus was crop cultivation and animal husbandry, and still retains a large swatch of open fields for hands-on working farm training. In 1956 the school was renamed Los Angeles Pierce College. Photograph caption dated August 6, 1963 reads "Members of summer drama class at Pierce College, Woodland Hills, practice for presentations of William Shakespeare's 'Taming of the Shrew' which they will perform Thursday through Saturday on the outdoor stage of the Arena Theater. They are Karen Malter, 18, Canoga Park, who plays Katharina the Shrew; Lee Ross, 22, Encino, Biondello, and Alan Kasel, 19, Beverly Hills, Lucentino."
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