Sepia tone photograph of four students and instructor Paul Hardman (first on the right) standing around a 1674 Caterpillar engine in the Diesel Mechanics class at Utah Valley Community College. The tool crib can be seen in the background.
Black and white photograph of LaVar Rockwood standing at a podium pointing to the left. There is an overhead projector in front of him and there are two people in the foreground who have their backs to the camera, seated listening to Rockwood.
Black and white photograph of a refresher class in welding held at Lincoln High School. John I. Lampf is the instructor. There are fourteen in the class, but only twelve individuals in the picture; all but the man first on the left is standing.
Black and white photograph of a student standing outside with two metal stools in front of him and a torch and gas canisters in front of him to the right. The shop buildings can be seen in the background.
Black and white photograph of a student working on a cabinet in the wood trades shop. He is standing on the left side of the cabinet, with his hand by the latch. It appears that it may be a gun cabinet.
Black and white photograph of three individuals standing around a piece of equipment at Central Utah Vocational School, Auto Mechanics. Back of photograph indicates center individual as Wilson W. Sorensen and Harrison Scott as individual on right...
Black and White photograph of Auto Mechanics class at Central Utah Vocational School, lower campus. Joe Perri, instructor. There are eight students in the photograph standing around the instructor at the motor tester.
Black and white photograph of a student at Central Utah Vocational School standing behind a table covered with engine parts. The engine pieces are in a neat and organized order. Push rods and heads are in the center left of the photograph.