Classroom groundbreaking ceremony with Provost Clark G. Kuebler; Robert E. Floyd, University Planning Engineer; Dr. Mortimer Andron, Chairman of the Classroom Building Committee; and Harold Weaver, Superintendent for the contractor
- Gilberts of Goleta
- Creation Date:
- [circa 1954-1965]
- University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara College, Ground breaking ceremonies, Surveying, College administrators, Universities & colleges, Surveying equipment, and Kuebler, Clark G., 1908-1974
- Goleta (Calif.)
- photographic prints, photographs, and group portraits
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- [Item description]. University Archives photographs collection. UArch 112. Department of Special Research Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
The new $823,900 classroom building officially began construction yesterday on the seashore campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara College, as Provost Clark G. Kuebler turned the first shovelful of dirt. Other officials taking part in the ceremony are, left to right, Robert E. Floyd, University planning engineer; Dr. Mortimer Andron, chairman of the classroom building committee and Harold Weaver, superintendent for the contractor. The large two-story structure will be located between the library and student union.
- Physical Description:
- 1 photograph : print ; sheet 21 x 26 cm
- Still Image
- University Archives photographs collection
- Series I. Photographs. Subseries D. Goleta Campus
- Events: Dedications, 1954-1979
- Library Location:
- Department of Special Research Collections
- Local Identifier:
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