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Bernard R. Gelbaum speaking to the first class of students to earn degrees at UCI
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UC Irvine, Libraries, University Archives
Early Campus Photograph Albums
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Scope/Content: The Class of 1966, first to earn degrees at UCI and numbering 14 at a Commencement dinner, June 25, 1966, in the Commons (now Gateway Study Center), was addressed by Bernard R. Gelbaum, above left, professor of mathematics. From left, recipients of the Bachelor of Arts degree were Rita Anne Cregg, Jerene Clair Cline, English; Peter Leland Jacklin, Charles Dion McGregor, Michael Merrick Gollong, mathematics; Vincent Jerrems Healy, Jr., Carole Carney Rathfon, art; Bland Ewing, biological sciences; Linda Ann Howey, psychobiology; and Michael Max Asher, art, not in photo. Master of Arts degrees went to Gail Lana White, English, second from right, and Mary Dorothea Polk, English, and Mark Alvin Cross, Physics, not in photo. Ph.D. in engineering was received by Roland Schinzinger, far right.
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Early Campus Photograph Albums. AS-056. University Archives, University of California, Irvine. Finding aid for entire collection available at:
Original: 4x5" black-and-white negative, 11x14" black-and-white photographic print.
Book 4, Page 40

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