Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In this June 1979 photograph, Fullerton College students lounge in the newspaper, magazine, and journal area of the William T. Boyce Library. The library was heavily used and set a record on October 19, 1970, when 4,858 students passed through the library turnstiles. In addition to the William T. Boyce Library, the campus also had a Music Lab, which had 30 listening stations where students could listen to different musical selections. In June 1973, the library extended an invitation to the community to use its services while the Fullerton Public Library moved to its new facility on Commonwealth Avenue.
Tags: community, outreach