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Phoenix College - The Early Years
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    • Auditorium

    • Auditorium
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • View of auditorium from southwest. Thomas Road campus.
    • Bear statue

    • Bear statue
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Bear statue at Phoenix Junior College. The bear was the PC mascot, and "Bumstead" the bear continues as the PC mascot today. Background on the PC Bear: http://www.pc.maricopa.edu/index.php?page=21&subpage=297&sublink=2284
    • Campus Aerial View

    • Campus Aerial View
    • Benneto
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Aerial photo of campus from the southeast. The two-story home economics building was added on the north end of campus in November, 1949. Phoenix College moved to the Thomas Road location in 1939.
    • Campus from 7th Street

    • Campus from 7th Street
    • McCulloch Brothers
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • View of campus from 7th street, facing north. Shows Cottonwood Court and machine shop in center of picture.
    • College at night

    • College at night
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Night view of Phoenix College sign, looking east.
    • College Entrance

    • College Entrance
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Close up photo of college entrance, 7th and Fillmore campus.
    • Cover of 1941 Bear Tracks

    • Cover of 1941 Bear Tracks
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Cover of the 1941 Bear Tracks showing the PC bear, Bumstead. More information on Bear Tracks: http://www.pc.maricopa.edu/information/bear/evolves.html
    • E.W. Montgomery

    • E.W. Montgomery
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Phoenix Junior College began in 1920 as part of Phoenix Union High School District. E.W. Montgomery was Superintendent of Phoenix Union High School District and President of Phoenix Junior College from 1925-1953. (Source: Felnagle, Richard. ...
    • Football Program 1964

    • Football Program 1964
    • Phoenix College
    • Phoenix College -- History; College sports
    • Cover of the program for the 1964 Shrine Bowl football game, held on November 26th in Savannah, Georgia. The opposing team was Oklahoma Military Academy. The PC Bears won the bowl game with a score of 41-13, giving them the National Junior...
    • Football team

    • Football team
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History; College sports
    • Phoenix Junior College 1926-27 football team.
    • Glee Club

    • Glee Club
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History; Choirs (Music)
    • Glee Club with music director E.L. Stone, 1930-31.
    • J. Lee Thompson

    • J. Lee Thompson
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • J. Lee Thompson, President of Phoenix College, 1965-71.
    • Liberal arts and library buildings

    • Liberal arts and library buildings
    • Unknown
    • Phoenix College -- History
    • Early photo of liberal arts and library buildings. The liberal arts building was built in 1939 and is now known as "A" building. The library is now in a new building.

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