Photo Archives

The Photo Archives Collection is part of the digital archives of Salt Lake Community College. this collection features digitized archival photographs and slides that chronicle the history of the College from 1948-present day.


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VICA Construction Project; March 1992
VICA Construction Project; March 1992
VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) construction project. Digitization completed with funds from a 2017 USHRAB (Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board) Grant that was VICA Construction Projecawarded to Salt Lake Community College, Library Services., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
VICA Electrical Wiring Competition at SLCC in the Mid. 1990s.
VICA Electrical Wiring Competition at SLCC in the Mid. 1990s.
A VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America now known as SkillsUSA) electrical wiring competition held in the lobby of the Construction Trades Building on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus of Salt Lake Community College., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner. Converted to TIFF with Photoshop.
VICA State Competition at SLCC, 1992-1993
VICA State Competition at SLCC, 1992-1993
A VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America now known as SkillsUSA) state competition held outside in the main quad on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus circa. 1992-1993. Includes electrical wiring, construction, and barbering / cosmetology (held inside the Administrative Building)., TIFF image scanned at 3600 dpi from the original 35mm slide using PlusTek OpticFilm 8200i scanner.
Valentines for Veterans
Valentines for Veterans
Salt Lake Community College Veterans Services conducts an annual Valentines for Veterans program to deliver greetings and treats to veterans and active duty service members all over the world. “It is a small way that we can reach out and let our military men and women know we care,” says Veterans Services specialist Diane Bates. For several years, Veterans Services has teamed up with the non-profit group “Angels in Action,” as well as local schools and churches to hand make valentines and treats for delivery to vets at the VA hospitals, VA nursing homes and VA homeless shelters. Deployed service members also receive valentines from the group. For a dollar donation, students and faculty can write a personal valentine message or purchase a pre-made “Angels in Action” valentine at booths in various locations on the SLCC campuses., Images captured with Nikon digital camera in raw NEF format. Editing and conversion of digital files to TIFF format done using Adobe Bridge.
Venice Turnbow and Orville Gillett reading meters and adjusting controls, circa 1956-1957
Venice Turnbow and Orville Gillett reading meters and adjusting controls, circa 1956-1957
Black and white photograph of Venice Turnbow (left) and Orville Gillett (right) reading meters and adjusting controls. Photograph taken sometime around 1956-1957. Electronics Program, Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.
Veteran's Office Open House
Veteran's Office Open House
Images of the Veteran's Office Open House in 2008 located at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus., Images captured with Nikon digital camera in raw NEF format. Editing and conversion of digital files to TIFF format done using Adobe Bridge.
Veterans Center at SLCC
Veterans Center at SLCC
The purpose of Veterans Services is to provide comprehensive assistance and support to all Salt Lake Community College service members, veterans and dependents as individuals complete their educational goals. Since 1948, Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) has been a proud supporter of those who have served in all branches of the U.S. Military. In 1948, the Salt Lake Area Vocational School, now known as Salt Lake Community College, opened its doors and began serving and training veterans returning from WWII desiring to utilize their new education benefit called, the Montgomery GI BILL. The first 145 students were veterans, and by the second semester, 589 military students were using their VA educational benefits for their education. Today, over 1,100 veterans/dependents attend SLCC each semester. The main Veterans Center is located on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus in the Student Center, room 059. Also located on the South City Campus. There is an outreach specialist that will meet with Veteran Students on other campuses as well., Images captured with Nikon digital camera in raw NEF format. Editing and conversion of digital files to TIFF format done using Adobe Bridge.
Vice President For Instruction
Vice President For Instruction
Portrait of Max Lowe, Vice President for Instruction. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Vietnam War Memorial Replica at Salt Lake Community College
Vietnam War Memorial Replica at Salt Lake Community College
A color photograph of students visiting a replica of the Vietnam War Memorial that has been installed temporary at the Redwood Campus., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Violinist
Violinist
Women plays the violin. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Visual Art and Design Faculty Portraits, 2009
Visual Art and Design Faculty Portraits, 2009
Portrait photographs of SLCC Visual Art and Design faculty members, originally taken in 2009 and 2012. Depicted faculty, by last name: Robert Adamson; Brent Budd; Sheila Chambers; Jessica Curran; Cindy Denos; J. Chad Erekson; Kerry Gonzáles; Rick Graham; Bryan Griggs; Lana Gruendell; Whitney King Hyans; Brandon Kowallis; Terry Martin; Neal Reiland; Trudy Richardson; Ed Rosenberger; and Andrew Wilson., RAW Digital Image converted to TIFF using Adobe Bridge and Photoshop.
Visual Art and Design Faculty, Promotional Photos, 2013
Visual Art and Design Faculty, Promotional Photos, 2013
High quality, promotional photos of SLCC's Visual Art and Design faculty members. Each image features a single instructor standing on an interior balcony and smiling. In the background, past the edge of the balcony, are vertical, tubular hanging lamps. They are softly out of focus and cast a warm light. Some instructors are posing with props related to their academic discipline. (These props are noted in the individual image descriptions.) Depicted faculty, by last name: Alison Arndt; Thomas Baggaley; Tess Boone; Adris Brundidge; Nick Burns; Greg Caputo; Kachina Choate; Cindy Clark; John Clark; Stan Clawson; J. Chad Erekson; Craig Ferrin; Julie Gay; Kerry Gonzáles; Julie Heaton; Whitney King Hyans; John Kunkel; Terry Martin; Maria Skelton; Tyler Smith; Will Unga; and Andrew Wilson., RAW Digital Image converted to TIFF using Adobe Bridge and Photoshop.
Vocational Brick Masonry
Vocational Brick Masonry
Students in vocational brick masonry practice their trade working on house projects. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Vocational Education: Welding
Vocational Education: Welding
Students enrolled in this program are provided with opportunities to learn entry-level-job skills in the welding processes most commonly used in today’s industries. Instruction and practice are provided in oxy-acetylene, shielded-metal-arc, gas-metal-arc, flux-cored-arc and gas-tungsten-arc welding. Theory and applications of these processes are also taught, encompassing both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Safety and safe practices are emphasized throughout the program. Additional instruction is provided in mathematics for welding and blueprint reading. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for welder performance qualifications and certification testing. Thermal cutting and gouging techniques using oxy-fuel, plasma-arc and arc-air processes are also covered., Images captured with Nikon digital camera in raw NEF format. Editing and conversion of digital files to TIFF format done using Adobe Bridge.
Vocational Education: Welding II
Vocational Education: Welding II
Welding Fabrication & Inspection degree seeking students will receive a foundation of industry practices, welding theory, and knowledge of metal alloys and metallurgy processes. Graduates from the program will be competent in layout, fabrication, inspection, fitting, cutting and forming metals and determining electrodes/wire and filler metals required by industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn techniques for certification testing, competent blueprint interpretation, and written procedures required by industry. Welders desiring to improve their position by upgrading their skills in specific welding processes or applications; or welders desiring instruction certification, fabrication, or inspection are encouraged to enroll in the program., Images captured with Nikon digital camera in raw NEF format. Editing and conversion of digital files to TIFF format done using Adobe Bridge.
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America At SLCC
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America At SLCC
VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) members at SLCC. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, 1991
Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, 1991
Color 35mm slide images of students participating in construction projects, in conjunction with VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America)., TIFF image scanned at 3600 dpi from the original 35mm slide using PlusTek OpticFilm 8200i scanner.
Volleyball Regional Conference, 1997
Volleyball Regional Conference, 1997
Salt Lake Community College volleyball team at the regional conference November 14-15, 1997. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Walace G. Burt and Henry Harry testing circuits, circa 1956-1957
Walace G. Burt and Henry Harry testing circuits, circa 1956-1957
Black and white photograph of instructor Walace G. Burt (right) and student Henry Harry (left) testing circuits in accordance with circuiting diagram. Photograph taken sometime around 1956-1957. Electronics Program, Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.
Walace G. Burt, Venice Turnbow, Henry Harry and unidentified male students in electronics class, circa 1956-1957
Walace G. Burt, Venice Turnbow, Henry Harry and unidentified male students in electronics class, circa 1956-1957
Black and white photograph of instructor Walace G. Burt (far left), Venice Turnbow (at the blackboard), Henry Harry (fourth from left) and unidentified male students in classroom discussing transformer operation and construction for motors, generators, and automatic controls. Photograph taken sometime around 1956-1957. Electronics Program, Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.
Walkway behind the Applied Technology Center
Walkway behind the Applied Technology Center
Black and white photograph of the walkway behind the Applied Technology Center or ATC (formerly the Metals Trades Building). Photograph taken at the Redwood Campus of the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.
Wall model of the Redwood Campus, circa 1965
Wall model of the Redwood Campus, circa 1965
Black and white photograph taken sometime around 1965 of a wall model of the Redwood Campus of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.
Wallace F. Toronto
Wallace F. Toronto
Wallace Felt Toronto became a pioneering missionary leader for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints among the Slavic people. He served three missions among the Czechs and continued as their mission president in absentia for another 25 years. Born December 9, 1907 in Salt Lake City Utah, Wallace was called to the German Mission. In 1929 he joined the first elders transferred to open the Czechoslovak Mission under Arthur Gaeth. When released, Wallace studied at the University of Utah and soon married Martha Sharp. In 1936 he was called to preside over the Czech Mission. New cities were opened, and conversions continued. The Nazi occupation of Czech lands in 1938 and 1939 led to the evacuation of all missionaries. During the war, Wallace became the director of the Utah Red Cross. In 1946 Wallace and his family returned to Prague. With a larger missionary force, the Church expanded even after the February 1948 Communist coup. Buy by 1950 the missionaries were expelled, and the registration of the Church was cancelled. Faithful Saints were now left without the opportunity even to hold branch meetings. At home Wallace taught seminary, served the Young Men’s MIA board, and became executive secretary of the Utah Cancer Society. Through cryptic letters, he kept in touch with the Saints in Czechoslovakia. In 1964 President McKay assigned the Torontos to visit the Czech Saints as tourists. In 1965 he was asked to return alone to meet with the ministry officials. He did so, but only after he was arrested following his interview on television during the huge national sports festival. His request for Church recognition was rejected, and he was deported at the German border. Wallace Toronto remained president of the Czech Mission until his death from cancer on January 10, 1968 in Salt Lake City. 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., TIFF image scanned at 800 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner.
Wallace G. Burt and students working on electron theory of permanent magnets model, circa 1956-1957
Wallace G. Burt and students working on electron theory of permanent magnets model, circa 1956-1957
Black and white photograph of instructor Wallace G. Burt (center) and two unidentified male students working on an electron theory of permanent magnets model. Photograph taken sometime around 1956-1957. Electronics Program, Salt Lake Area Vocational School (Salt Lake Community College)., Archived JPEG image scanned at 300? dpi from the original using a UMAX Powerlook III scanner.

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