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John Muir College Dedicatory Concert procession
Crosby, Harry W., 1926-
Date Created and/or Issued
January 16, 1970
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, Special Collections and Archives
Harry Crosby Photographs
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UC Regents
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This digital image is a surrogate of an item from the Harry Crosby Collection (MSS 333): Folder 3, in Box 1.
John Muir College Dedicatory Concert procession (an2_m333_925_6), Harry Crosby Photographs. MSS 333. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
35 mm b&w negative
No linguistic content
University of California, San Diego--History
University of California, San Diego--People
University of California, San Diego--Pictorial works
University of California, San Diego--Events

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