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Clarence (Bud) Thurber creating cartoons for a newspaper published by homeschooled children like himself, Redlands, 1936
Date Created and/or Issued
January 10, 1936
Publication Information
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
Rights Information
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Photograph of Clarence (Bud) Thurber, seated on his sofa at home with his dog as his side, working on a cartoon for his school newspaper.
Photograph appears with the article, "Newspaper Published as Sideline to Classes," Los Angeles Times, 20 Jan. 1936: 10.
Handwritten on negative: Clarence Thurber
Text from negative sleeve: 3178. Clarence Thurber, son of Pres. of Redlands U. edits school paper. 1-10-36. [Stamped:] JAN 14 1936.
Text from newspaper caption: Publishing of a newspaper, the "Home School Extra," is one of the hobbies followed by pupils of Redlands school kept home by illness. Shown above is Clarence (Bud) Thurber, son of the President of the University of Redlands, with dog Mac.
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Student newspapers and periodicals--California--Redlands
Sick children
Thurber, Clarence Egbert, 1921-1988
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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