High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 9 text:
.r 33 , "
, I' ,
4 1 ,.,
-,. u ' :.r 5 .f , . 4.
' v. V ' ' ' ' . -
.1 p ,Q
1-'-A 4 -x - 1
-- f-ff I X
ii--.,N L. , I
E472 " P
'l ng' 'M
4 e 'I V.
W, " 3. -
V. ' I
'. 435-1 --
, I '
v-- A. '.
.. ..: .-
Y, 'ax 'J
5.4 ' -
1 1 ,L :ji-' 'r F". '
M vs?" "WJ" f
' 1 , '--,F-J '
' 43 r 1-
A .4 , -,535 5 .- I
'f J .
,nf J- V ' Af
f,,,. , . h V5 .
,mf , .Q 53 ff.
' 5' 4 f'- .' ru"-V '
,U ,f ,--.,,-r ,., ,Fr ..
'1"fx-.. T' f'F.' '
. . f-15'
rf g,m31,1:-s- - f .,
A 1,34 ivg-,411-fsmffl V
, All -N1,fNuA.i 1.1 :gl ---A 3, LF, --fLLqgg?4yf ,
.-aj, A J,55:gQ,.iiu,Qi. we i'5,Ii:
.- -. f fi Q,-. -3.-. . L: 'nw fa ,a..',',-
-u-- . A -,sp-. .,,gf"1,5',QF.hS',rfA,1 , 'fwl' , 2-Y fi: A:-NA y
- pf fum- 14.2 M ---1' ,f ,PZ-ws ,'12s:f5f1'
' ,.:- ,,,,tQ1aL,J' wig-',,, 'f.-ff' 2. juni Y-
"H-1.1" ' J. ?1E.:2J?5g . ,F.,g. 'V-QR','2l'- --
W ' v-J 35" - 1 '-x -,, ,J
'QSM' H H 7' if A
-- '. 4, 1
Q X 5131
Ta., . -F5765 Q.
'W 421' X ,
.: ,N .fn
,i ?1,, ,, ,
af' fy ' Z'
,E fi ff
.- , i5."5?iJ- H
U ' ,H
"l,'L1f:1kE4'5LQ'? H3571 - V -'vwv-MLA ' F 51-"Av 1 1.4 f.--'rni1lls-Iuilulllsl
Rv .. J .
ff ' -1-rw F
f 'V -'.s.f.v:-gm
Page 8 text:
"JUBlLEE" denotes the proud celebration of Valley College on the tenth
anniversary of its founding. The celebration is reflected in a new growing
campus and a deeply rooted, expanding influence on the life of the
Ten years ago, 437 pioneering students heralded the birth of Valley.
Today, a record number of 10,000 Monarchs. look back with pride on ten
years of phenomenal growth and astonishing progress. Valley's first year,
the i949-50 school year, marked the beginning of a period of unending
growth that has made Valley one of the most outstanding iunior colleges
in Southern California.
In education, Valley proudly exhibits its accreditation, the longest given
a iunior college without re-evaluation. Such a rating after only ten years of
growth exhibits the unfaltering progress of Valley. With this outstanding
endorsement of its courses, Valley continues to graduate top students to
four-year colleges and train valuable men and women for bright futures in
the business and professional world.
Valley's cultural program provides a cultural center for the entire San
Fernando Valley, with lectures, films, concerts and programs in all fields of
cultural achievement. This year alone, the Athenaeum cultural program
brought General Carlos Romulo, Earl Clement Atlee, Dr. Abraham Kaplan
and the Mormon Choir of Southern California within the reach of students
and Valley residents alike.
With all these memorable accomplishments in the short period of ten
years, it is no wonder that Valley lifts its head with pride in its tenth anni-
BELIEVE IT OR NOT-Valleys new Administration building
FOUNDING FATHERS-Dr. Vierling Kersey and Walter T. Coultas, found- now stands in the same spot in which the silo pictured below
mg fathers of Valley College, view the old campus from a tractor. once stood.
Page 10 text:
in it ii ,,
ss in H gg, W
VALLEY S NEW LOOK-John Arnold, Lane Hansen and Al Harris gather along Valley's front arch, the gateway to the growing world of knowledge behind
This fall Valley opened the doors of
six new permanent buildings for classes.
The new Library, Administration, Foreign
Language, Chemistry, Engineering and
Physics buildings opened new vistas in
educational opportunities with the advent
of new expanded facilities. With these
new opportunities came a new feeling of
permanence unknown to Valley in the
days of bungalow-bound classrooms. The
bungalows, which still bear the brunt of
Valley's growing enrollment, are as much
a part of Valley as the new gracefully
curving arch and the low streamlined
buildings. Valley is growing up, but it will
always remain the Valley College that our
predecessors knew and we know now,
STAY AWHILE-President William McNelisg Arthur F. Gardner of
the Los Angeles board of education, June A. Biermann, librarian,
and Robert N. Cole, dean of special services, meet in the new
Library during dedication services.
Suggestions in the Los Angeles Valley College - Crown Yearbook (Valley Glen, CA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.