West side of the Nelson Administration Building about the mid 1970s
Black and white photograph of the western side of the Nelson Administration Building, taken from the southwest. Redwood Road Campus, Utah Technical College at Salt Lake (Salt Lake Community College), mid-1970s (?).
Open Graphic Arts: Free Resources for Graphic Arts Teachers
The content posted to Open Graphic Arts is free to be used by educators for educational purposes. We currently share access to the course materials developed for our own classes, access to public versions of our Canvas courses (Note – Not all content can been seen at the public level), and provide downloadable Canvas courses upon request (which does include access to 100% of the course content). Our OPEN work started with a desire to make all Graphic Communications courses at Salt Lake Community college free or low cost for all students once tuition and fees have been paid. This process began by developing resources, teaching materials, lectures, and recordings to be used in lieu of items requiring hard costs like textbooks, course supplies, and subscriptions specifically geared toward SLCC students. As our processes have expanded internally to include seven fully OER designated courses we have committed to streamlining our OPEN content to be more easily adapted by other high school, college, and university teachers. We are currently working to update all OPEN content to remove SLCC specific information like course numbers, mentioning project specific information within recorded demos and lectures, etc… In addition, we are in the process of formatting our comprehensive slideshow lectures into a more textbook-like format. Access the website here: https://www.opengraphicarts.com/
Black and White photos of SLCC commencement, May 1999. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was awarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services.
Troops of 5RAR (5th Royal Australian Regiment ) move through a banana plantation during the final stage of Operation Hardihood in May, 1966. During Hardihood, Nui Dat and the surrounding area were secured and the various tasks associated with planning and establishing a new task force base in Phuoc Tuy province completed.
Images documenting the exterior and interior of the Automotive Trades Building with emphasis on structural flaws related to earthquake safety. The Automotive Trades Building was demolished in 2010. The new Instruction and Administration Building (IAB) was built on the former site of the Automotive Trades Building. IAB was later renamed to Academic and Administration Building (AAB).
Black and white photograph of the Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College) school building and neighboring buildings as viewed from the Salt Lake City intersection of 400 South 600 East. Included in photo is a Hiland Milk billboard on the corner, and late 1940s automobiles parked on the street. Photograph taken sometime in 1949.
Woodrow A. Wilde working on IF transformer of super-heterodyne type radio receiver, circa 1956-1957
Black and white photograph of student Woodrow A. Wilde working on the IF (intermediate frequency) transformer of a super-heterodyne type radio receiver. Photograph taken sometime around 1956-1957. Electronics Program, Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College).
E-Troop 17th Cavalry, LZ Uplift.It was the base of operations for the 1st Bn 69th Armor. It was also home to an artillery battery and a battalion of the 1/503rd of the 173rd Airborne. There was a Duster battery from the 4th/60th Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) located here as well as artillery from the 7th/15th Artillery, and the 7th/13th Artillery., Jan/Feb of 1970. Photo by Jerry W. Colwell
A black tie or tango attire event benefiting the Salt Lake Art Center held on June 12, 2004. The event includes cocktails and hor d'oeuvres, live auction, silent auction, formal dinner in the main gallery space, dessert and dancing.