Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

When World War II broke out, FJC students quickly responded with fund-raising. In the spring of 1943, the students of the high school and college sold $94,850 worth of war bonds and stamps in just 16 days. This 1944 shot shows a Victory Booth set up to sell war bonds to students. Students also started a memorial fund for fellow students killed in action. In addition, campaign drives were started to sell Pearl Harbor pins, defense stamps, and patriotic Christmas cards.
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