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Crossfield lauds Fulton High fair
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Valley Times Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Photograph caption dated March 19, 1960 reads, "Science Fair Study - Three Fulton Junior High School students study cyclotron, class educational device, readying their knowledge for Tuesday's annual Science Fair at school. Left to right are Richard Angel, 14; John Evans, 14, and Marilyn McIntyre. Fair will open at 4 p.m. for adults. Students will participate from 8 a.m."
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm.
Photographic prints
Valley Times Collection
Robert Fulton College Preparatory (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Science projects--Competitions--California--Los Angeles
Science projects--California--Los Angeles
School contests--California--Los Angeles
Middle school students--California--Los Angeles
Science fairs--California--Los Angeles
Van Nuys (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Valley Times Collection photographs

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