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Aeronautics students with "The Glenmont"
Aeronautics students with "The Glenmont"
Aeronautics students in 1928 with "The Glenmont," a six-passenger plane patterned after The Spirit of St. Louis. The first aircraft built on campus by students, the Glenmont's name derived from two faculty members, department head H. Glen Warren (standing at left) and J. G. Montijo (standing at right)., UA-Cent Book-35-01
Early Panoramic View of Campus
Early Panoramic View of Campus
Inscription on back: "Aerial views: Main campus: General Views - looking NE from Heron Hall to Dairy Unit (ca. 1933)", Amy Strickland, UA-Campus Views-1903-1939-03
Polygram Article about The Glenmont
Polygram Article about The Glenmont
The Polygram on March 23, 1928, featured the Glenmont, which Matilda Crandall christened using a bottle of Polytechnic grape juice.
Postcard of Cal Poly Administration Building
Postcard of Cal Poly Administration Building
[Inscription on front reads: 'Stayed in this town last night. Quaint place.']
 President Benjamin Crandall and Matilda Crandall standing in front of the                recently completed President's House
President Benjamin Crandall and Matilda Crandall standing in front of the recently completed President's House
The Crandalls in front of their new home. When the president's official residence was completed on campus in July 1928.
 W. K. Kellogg in Front of the Horse Stables at his Pomona Ranch
W. K. Kellogg in Front of the Horse Stables at his Pomona Ranch
W. K. Kellogg with Antez, a chestnut stallion and favorite mount of Kellogg's, in front of the horse stables at his Pomona Ranch, 1929.
Panorama of Cal Poly Campus
Panorama of Cal Poly Campus
Hand tinted panorama of Cal Poly Campus, 1929, Panorama_c_1930
 'Third Quartet' of 4 Boys quartets in El Rodeo 1929
'Third Quartet' of 4 Boys quartets in El Rodeo 1929
Ralph Fry, James Gresham, Clifford Hansen, and Fred Wood
At Poly - The Homecoming Bonfire!
At Poly - The Homecoming Bonfire!
Text on back reads "At Poly- the homecoming bonfire! SLO November 2, 1929 500 gallons of oil and 10 gallons of gasolene! Charles Van Emburgh (Dutch) Milham (English)"

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