Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

This photo shows one of the five temporary buildings, which had been purchased from the military after the close of World War II, being removed from the FJC campus in May of 1961. One of the barracks-type structures was moved to an area north of the athletic track to continue service as an agricultural classroom building. The other four buildings, which at one time housed surveying, mathematics, physics, and publications, were purchased by the Fullerton Elementary School District to use as warehouse and district library buildings for a new administrative center of the elementary district on Valencia Drive. The temporary buildings, which had been on the campus for fourteen years, were moved to make space for new classroom buildings expected to be completed in 1962.