15 images. University of Southern California seminar, 04 March 1952. Diane Ripley; Shirley Hill; Mildred Miller; Lucille Stewart; Nancy Reed; Dorothy Hulbert (law student).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Mercurio. Date: 1952-03-04. Reporter: McDowell. Assignment: USC seminar. #117: Longshot of USC Administration Building with fountain representing four cornerstones of freedom in foreground. #157: Diane Ripley, 1638 West 81st Street, Los Angeles, and Ted Harper, 215 West 101st Street, Los Angeles, pause to discuss studies beside Four Cornerstones of Freedom Fountain on USC campus. Administration Building in background. #156: Longshot of Student Union Building on USC campus. #19: View of tower of Mudd Memorial Hall, USC philosophy building, taken from courtyard. #40 & 41: General shot of campus along University Avenue between classes".; Caption slip continues: "#112-113: Shirley Hill, 7003 Willoughby Avenue, Los Angeles, and Mildred Miller, 9400 South Hobart Avenue, Los Angeles, enter USC's auditorium, with Edward L. Doheny Memorial Library in the background. #11: Long shot of Mudd Memorial Hall on USC campus with coeds studying in front of building. #12: Lucille Stewart, 1603 West 109th Street, Los Angeles, left, and Nancy Reed, 459 South Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, pause to discuss lesson in front of Mudd Memorial Hall, USC's philosophy building. #108 & 109: Law student Dorothy Hulbert of 1142 South Birch Street, Santa Ana, leaves USC's Edward L. Doheny Memorial Library on way to class. #20: Longshot view of Trojan statue. #116: Trojan statue with Administration Building in background".