This yearbook has many photos of Carl "Weston" Mcintosh, this was his senior year. He was on the debate team, president of Pi Kappa Delta, Secretary of Pi Chi and Sigma Tau Delta, wow!
Carl Weston McIntosh, Jr. (December 1, 1914 — January 19, 2009) was an American professor of forensics and acting. He served as president of Idaho State College (now Idaho State University) from 1947 to 1959. He was acting executive dean when the college achieved its independence from the University of Idaho in March 1947, and he elevated it into a four-year, bachelor's degree-granting institution in December 1948. He left Idaho in 1959 to become president of Long Beach State College (now known as California State University, Long Beach). He oversaw the college's rapid grwoth from less than 10,000 students to 28,000 and two name changes (to California State College at Long Beach in 1964 and to California State College, Long Beach in 1968). He was named president of Montana State University in 1970. He established the university's nursing and pre-medical education programs and completed its first football stadium and creatives arts complex, but also faced years of fiscal austerity imposed by the state legislature. He retired in 1977.
This is an original yearbook, not a reprint!
It has the typical classmate inscriptions.
Cool embossed cover!
Lots of photographs showing the students and faculty in activities, sports, and candids. Some great pictures of the school and the area.
I would be happy to check the yearbook for a name if you like, simply send me an email!