Long Beach Junior College 1933-34 Handbook
Student Handbook 1933-34, Fifth Edition. Published Through Courtesy of the Board of Education of the City of Long Beach by the Associated Student Body of Long Beach College, Long Beach, California. Edited by Jim Dewey.
The demands of society for preparation in the art of cooperative living- are becoming- greater. Each individual must know how to live in a complex society as well as be prepared to pursue a specific occupation. Our Junior College offers the opportunity to learn how to live as well as preparation for a livelihood. Students should avail themselves of every opportunity offered in the school.
This book, presented to you through the courtesy of the Board of Education and the Associated Student Body, gives you information concerning that phase of school relative to the fields of social living. These are important factors in your success or failure while a student in our College. The information contained in this booklet merits your careful study and consideration.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Anderson, Bandon, Begg, Booth, Braakenburg, Brintle, Carpenter, Chace, Chalmers, Corrie, Drown, Duncan, Fieg, Fletcher, French, Gassaway, Gregory, Griffin, Hay, Heilman, Hess, Hiatt, Higgins, Hill, Hines, Hitchcock, Hubbard, Jackson, Johnson, Johnston, Kaulfers, Kennedy, Knoll, Llewellyn, Lounsbury, Moore, Mullinex, Olsson, Paine, Perry, Peters, Petersen, Poore, Rau, Roe, Seal, Sims, Small, Smith, Stager, Stephenson, Stone, Stonebarger, Thomsen, Tincher, Tunison, Upjohn, Wade, Wennberg, White, Whiteneck, Wilkinson, Wright.
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