Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The early 1930s Torch yearbooks included lovely color plates. In the early years, one artist from the senior class was usually selected to create all the art work for a yearbook. This is a plate from the Torch which states in its foreward, "As a motive for the 1932 'Torch,' we have selected the symbol of international sympathy and interest between all the nations of the Pacific coast, whether Oriental or Occidental. It is well for the educated classes of America to concentrate upon the problem of an intimate international and interracial perception, and if this book makes some slight contribution in the field of world friendship the staff has accomplished its purpose."
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