Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

To serve the needs of mothers with children in school, Fullerton College began scheduling morning classes for these women. One mother who took advantage of the new class offerings was Johnnie Broadfoot, enrolled in the cosmetology program. In this shot, taken in January 1974, her work is being checked by Iris L. Simmons, Chairman of the Cosmetology Department. Cosmetology courses open to students at the time included Wig Styling, Hair Color Problems, Pivotal Hairstyling, Permanent Waving, and Hair Coloring and Bleaching.
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