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Thunderbird School of Global Management - Historical Collections
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    • Mildred Yount and grandson Barton Kyle Yount III.

    • Mildred Yount and grandson Barton Kyle Yount III.
    • Unknown
    • Yount, Mildred; Yount, Barton Kyle III; Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management
    • Barton Kyle "Buzz" Yount III, Thunderbird class of 1971 and grandson of founder General Yount, is shown here in a 1972 photo with his grandmother Mildred Yount, the general's widow. The young Yount enrolled at Thunderbird in 1970, graduating in...
    • Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount

    • Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount
    • Unknown
    • Yount, Barton Kyle
    • Under the direction of the School's first president, retired Lt. General Barton Kyle Yount, the School opened its doors on Oct. 6, 1946 as American Institute for Foreign Trade. Yount, former head of the Army Air Training Command, had been...
    • Tower Silhouette

    • Tower Silhouette
    • Markow, Robert
    • World War II; Thunderbird Field I; Markow, Robert
    • In an outstanding example of Markow photography, the aircraft control tower at Thunderbird Field I stands silent under ominous gathering storm clouds.
    • Flag Parade

    • Flag Parade
    • Robert Markow
    • World War II; Thunderbird Field I; Flags--1940-1950
    • Flags line the road to the administration building of Thunderbird Field I while cadets stand at attention. The flags symbolize the 26 countries from which cadets came to Thunderbird Field I to train.
    • Falcon Field

    • Falcon Field
    • Markow, Robert
    • World War II; Falcon Field; Southwest Airways; Pilots and pilotage--British; Thunderbird Field II
    • Falcon Field in Mesa, Arizona, developed and operated by Southwest Airways, was briefly known as Thunderbird Field II, but was named Falcon Field because it trained most of the British pilots of World War II
    • AIFT Women's Club

    • AIFT Women's Club
    • Unknown
    • Women--1960-1970
    • In 1966, the Women's Club at the American Institute for Foreign Trade was composed of wives of the students. They were enrolled in special classes designed to help them adapt to the foreign cultures in the countries where their husbands would be...
    • Serving Tea

    • Serving Tea
    • Unknown
    • Women--1940-1950
    • Senorita Maria Leopoldina de Noronha (2nd from right) joined other women faculty, faculty wives, and students' wives for tea at the American Institute for Foreign Trade. In spring 1951, 10 women were enrolled; 4 were veterans of WWII, two had...
    • Tea with Mrs. Schurz

    • Tea with Mrs. Schurz
    • Unknown
    • Women--1940-1950
    • Mrs. Schurz, 2nd from left, welcomes new faculty wives at tea in the 1940s. Mrs. Howard Tessen, wife of the Language Department head, is 3rd from left.
    • Balloon Race at WestWorld

    • Balloon Race at WestWorld
    • Bob Shane
    • WestWorld; Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management; Ballooning
    • Hot air balloons dot the horizon as well as the ground between flights at the Thunderbird Classic hot air balloon festival. The event was moved to WestWorld in 1991, following two years at the Glendale Airport.
    • Welcome Wall

    • Welcome Wall
    • Bill Timmerman
    • Wall; American Graduate School of International Management; Languages
    • The Welcome Wall at the Thunderbird west entrance is etched with the word "Welcome" in 11 languages. Originally designed to illustrate the 10 languages taught at Thunderbird at that time. A Korean "Welcome" was added later at the request of the...
    • Three Presidents

    • Three Presidents
    • Unknown
    • Voris, William; Herberger, Roy; Peterson, Arthur
    • Former Thunderbird Presidents William Voris, Roy Herberger, and Art Peterson get together in a rare appearance of the three presidents together during the 50th anniversary celebration
    • Dr. Milton Towner

    • Dr. Milton Towner
    • 10 West Studio
    • Towner, Milton; American Institute for Foreign Trade
    • In August, 1962, Dr. Milton Towner was appointed Dean of the Faculty by President Carl Sauer following the death of Dr. Schurz. Dr. Towner had recently returned from ten years in Indonesia where he assisted the Indonesian government with a survey...
    • Thunderbird Field Aircraft and Air Control Tower

    • Thunderbird Field Aircraft and Air Control Tower
    • Swope, John
    • Thunderibird Field I; Stearman airplanes; air control tower;
    • John Swope, one of the founders of Southwest Airways, was a well-known Life Magazine photographer and also a pilot. His photographer's eye is responsible for many of the dramatic images of Thunderbird Field and its pilots, such as this view of a...
    • Career Services/Executive Education Building

    • Career Services/Executive Education Building
    • Unknown
    • Thunderbird,The American Graduate School of International Management
    • The new Career Services / Executive Education Building placed under one roof the two units that serve the Thunderbird corporate audience. The building opened in August, 1998.
    • Global Sounds of Thunderbird

    • Global Sounds of Thunderbird
    • Unknown
    • Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management; Music, recorded
    • The student-run production of Thunderbird international musical talent, known as "Global Sounds of Thunderbird," made its debut in 1996. Students Todd Ranney and Khatchig Jingerian noticed that many Thunderbird students had considerable musical...
    • Herberger with Students

    • Herberger with Students
    • Unknown
    • Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management; Herberger, Roy
    • In 1992, The Registrar reported a total enrollment of 1,653 students for the fall semester; 1,404 students are full time. Of the foreign students on campus, the Foreign Student Office reported that the largest groups were from Japan, 69; Germany,...
    • The Alumni Pavilion & World Business Building Bldg

    • The Alumni Pavilion & World Business Building Bldg
    • Unknown
    • Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management
    • With the construction of the pavilion in 1987 (foreground) and the World Business Building in 1992 (background), the campus took on an entirely new look and expansion to the south and east.
    • Thunderbird Europe

    • Thunderbird Europe
    • Unknown
    • Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management
    • Thunderbird opened its campus in Archamps, France near Geneva, Switzerland on August 14, 1992, marking the first time Thunderbird had its own facility abroad. One of the hallmarks of the Herberger administration was the expansion of overseas...

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