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Prelude 

'Procession 
'Invocation 

Welcoming Remarks 

Conferring the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Fine Arts 
on Thomas Wilfred 



Conferring the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Fine Arts 
on Lessing J. Rosenwald 

Conferring the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Fine Arts 
on Louise Nevelson 

Alumni Award 
to Arnold Roth 

Award of Merit 
to Kathryn Bloom 



Commencement Address 



Commencement Music 

Conferring of Degrees, 
Certificates and Prizes 



Closing Remarks 
"Benediction 

'Recessional 

"Audience will please stand 



The Philadelphia Musical Academy 

Brass Ensemble 

Anthony Marchione, Director 

Reverend Galbraith Hall Todd, Pastor 
Arch Street Presbyterian Church 
George D. Culler, President 



Presented by George D. Culler 



Presented by Jerome Kaplan, Director 
Printmaking Department 



Presented by Dennis Leon, Director 
Sculpture Department 

Presented by Albert Gold 
Director, Illustration Department 

Presented by John W. Cataldo 
Director, Art Education Department 

Kathryn Bloom, Director 
Arts and Humanities Program 
U.S. Office of Education 

The Philadelphia Musical Academy 
Brass Ensemble 

Howard A. Wolf, Chairman 
Board of Trustees 

George D. Culler 

Reverend Joseph R. Bruce, Pastor 
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church 



Degrees 

The following students have successfully met the 
course requirements as established by the Faculty. 

Degrees conferred June 10, 1968 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Craft 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Design 



Patricia Ruth Ansell 
Robert Scott Ashendorf 
Hanna Henja Aufschauer 
Jane Frances Bennett 
Bonnie Gay Bryant 
Donna Rae Cook 
Marlyn Gail Dolgonos 
Sandra Barbara Flaer 
Judith Ann Foster 
Judith Ann Frankel 
Pamela Glass Harris 
Barbara E. Heinecke 
Diane Higgins 
Barbara L. Hirsh 
Tatiana Jablokov 
Kathleen Ann Kimble 
Miriam Deborah Kramer 
Edith Pamela Kurlish 
Robert Blaise LaPietra 
James Dale Makins 
Estelle Schaeffer 
William Daniel Travis, Jr. 
Stephanie Dawn Wehmeyer 
Karen Ann Wolf 
Nancy Ann Young 

William Joseph Bernstein 
Barbara Debra Budman 
W. James Donnon 
Lawrence Giambrone 
Barry Hantman 
Arnold S. Kahn 
Donald R. Stotz 
Richard Jan Summons 
Edward R. Zucca, Jr. 

Ira Fischer Albert 
Cheryl B.Anderson 



Bachelor of Science in Fabric Design 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Illustration 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration 



Caroline Von Kleeck Beard 
Melanie R. Black 
Barbara Joan Blumgart 
Stephanie Braun 
Urban R. Jupena 
Elaine Grushkin Sinins 

Manijeh Sherafat 

Virginia Burr Hartle 

Rosemary Bella 

Lenoire Brown 

Philip Charles Burton 

Minna Chester 

Sister Victoria Connelly 

Suzan Ann Dooly 

William G. Dooly III 

Thomas Evan Fetterman 

Catherine Galster 

William R. Gast 

Susan Gerould 

Russell E. Rollins 

Paul Singer 

Lynda Meryle Spitzer 

Daniel Lawrence Stapleford 

Ayn Marie Washer 

Steven Reed Yarnall 

Edward Charles Yungmann 

Michael Abel 
Panagiota Andreson 
B. Bascove 
Mary Bossina 
Richard E. Brown 
Roy H. Brown, Jr. 
Michael J. Charles 
James C. Chesbro 
Cheryl Ann Crews 
Amelia Anne Donner 
Ronald Ettelman 
Harvey Elliot Hamburgh 
Victoria Joy Hessan 
Pedro Hines 
Sally Louise Krauss 
Alfred Charles Laoang 
Paul MacWilliams 



Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design 



Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 



Jack Martin 
Richard D. Mechanik 
Robert Michael Melito 
John Fries Mitchell 
Maureen Rita O'Donnell 
John H. Ott 
Donna Marie Pasino 
James D. Plumb 
Patience L'H. Prime 
Warren W. Raysor 
Joan McCall Richards 
Peter W. Schaumann 
William Dennis Schofield 
Laurence Schwinger 
Joan Brown Thomas 
Donna Roberta Violetti 
Thomas C. Walter 

Bruce Meadowcroft Baker 
Marc Steven Barnett 
Beverly Radcliff Brown 
Michael Joseph Cabnet 
Jerry F. Corsi 
David Howard Curtis 
H. Edward Goldberg 
Leonard P. Jacobson 
JoAnne Mary LeMieux 
Christine Luckman 
Sylvia Marasligiller 
John O'Mara 
David R. Parkin 
Barry M. Reischmann 
Marilyn F. Reiter 
David T. Schowalter 
Phil B. Sheffer 

Molly Ann Datlof 
John Joseph McKeon 
William Shutter 
Patricia Ann Yeager 

Raymond Vincent Allen, Jr. 
Edwin Stuart Baxter 
Temma Bell 
Sylvia Brecker 
Martha D. Crary 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Motion Picture) 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (Still) 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture 



Linde Lee Curtis 
David Alan Dewey 
Beth I. Dintenfass 
Richard Martin Fagan 
David Paxson Fairlamb 
James A. Harwick, Jr. 
William Joseph Patrick Kelly 
Janice Krebs 
Myra Levitt 
Andy Marcus 
John L. Maggio 
Catherine Miller 
Harry I. Naar 
Linda Robinson Naden 
Phyllis Ann Priester 
Stanley C. Sporny 
Wayne Frank Writer 

Joseph James Dante, Jr. 
David M. Ewing 
David Sutton Fishel 
Beverly Moss Littlewood 
Roy M. Martin 

George Edward Parmenter, Jr. 
Robert David Pruitt 
W. Edward Taylor, Jr. 
Bonnie N. Williams 

Robert C. Crock 
Francie B. Gallun 
Eric Goldenberg 
Philip T. Laino 
Elaine Elizabeth O'Neil 
Gary A. Pfaff 
Joan Elaine Ruggles 
Anne Louise Todd 
Susan Margaret Wurst 

Robert Paul Bergey 

Tatiana S. Bulba 

Lynn Montgomery Holcombe 

Judith Shrager 

Phyllis Thompson 

Stamatios Nicholas Burpulis 
Angela Caponigro 
Nancy Moss Godfrey 



Evening Division 

Associate in Arts in Illustration 
Associate in Arts in Industrial Design 

Certificate in Interior Design 



Certificate in Advertising Design 
Associate in Arts in Interior Design 

Degrees to be Conferred January, 1969 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fabric Design 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design 

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration 

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design 

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting 



Gerald M. Goldstein 
Virginia Diane Hamilton 
Gilbert Huston Hawkins 
Diane Gingles Long 
James Saunders 
Rosalie M. Sherman 
Dona Kay Steinmann 

George Lesnak 

Frank Nave 
Martin Wisniewski 

Frances Fineman 
Harriett M. Johnson 
Florence Magin 
Constantine Pietrak 
Felice Poupko 
Miriam Rachovitsky 
Marilyn Reeb 

Michael Lauschin 
William Fred Wilson 

Barry Sheffield 



Jane Schwinger 

Susanne Punda 

Donald Banks 
Raymond G. Wentz 

Henry James Barbano 
John M. Roberts 

Warren Huff 
Jeffrey Sanders 

William E. Ziegenfus 

Samuel Amico 
Patricia Forman 
Paul D. Kane 
Shomuel Margulies 



Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography 
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture 
Certificate in Advertising Design 
Certificate in Interior Design 

Awards to Graduating Seniors 

Art Education 
Craft Design 
Fabric Design 

Graphic Design 
Illustration 
Industrial Design 
Painting 
Photography and Film 

Printmaking 
Sculpture 

Special Awards 

The Print Club Prize 

William H. Ely Travel Award for 
Excellence in Illustration 

Marcel Vertes Memorial Award to a senior whose 
drawings of the human figure have been outstanding 

Reine Grad Award for Excellence in Illustration 

Paul Chalfin Award for Excellence in Illustration 

Jacob Labe, Jr. Memorial Award for Industrial Design 

Philadelphia Art Teacher's Association Prize 

Stuart M. Egnal Prize in Painting 



Larry Ira Bach 
John Thomas Graves 
JoAnn Consalvo 
Gerald W. Williams 

Departmental Awards for outstanding achievement 
in the major professional departments 

Robert Scott Ashendorf 

Edward R. Zucca, Jr. 

Caroline Von Kleeck Beard 
Urban R. Jupena 

Steven Reed Yarnall 

Jack Martin 

David T. Schowalter 

Raymond Vincent Allen, Jr. 

Film: Roy M. Martin 

Photography: Elaine Elizabeth O'Neil 

Judith Shrager 

Stamatios Nicholas Burpulis 



Robert Paul Bergey 

Peter W. Schaumann 

Laurence Schwinger 

Ronald Ettelman 

Richard D. Mechanik 

Marilyn F. Reiter 

Bonnie Gay Bryant and Estelle Schaeffer 

William Joseph Patrick Kelly 



Bocour Prize in Painting 

Gimbel Prize in Painting 

Honors in Liberal Arts to the senior with the 
highest grade point average in Liberal Arts 

Outstanding Achievement Award to the senior 

who has attained the highest 

grade point average during four years 



Board of Trustees 



Honorary Members 



Andy Marcus 
Shomuel Margulies 

Myra Levitt 
Judith Shrager 



Howard A. Wolf, Chairman 

Rex H. Anderson 

Robert 0. Bach 

F. Bruce Baldwin 

George D. Beck 

Warren Blair 

Richard C. Bond 

Philip A. Bregy 

Edward G. Budd, Jr. 

Edward K. Cratsley 

Philip J. Eitzen 

Stephen S. Gardner 

Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield 

H. Ober Hess 

Charles E. Ingersoll 

Peter Kyropoulos 

Thomas B. McCabe, Jr. 

Robert Milnazik 

Robert Buchanan Mitchell 

Ronald K. Porter 

William L. Rafsky 

Mel Richman 

Mrs. Lessing J. Rosenwald 

Mrs. Andrew J. Sordoni, Jr. 

Robert M. Wachob 

Mrs. Otis Walter 

Philip H. Ward, III 

Frederick M. Yost 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll 
Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd 
Samuel R. Rosenbaum 
Mrs. Thomas Raeburn White 
George D. Widener 
Mrs. John Wintersteen 



About the College 



The Philadelphia College of Art was established in 1876 in 
response to the interest in art and art education which was 
stimulated by the Centennial Exposition of that year. 
Originally, it was a corporate part of the Pennsylvania Museum 
and School of Industrial Art. At that time, as now, the primary 
function of the School was the professional training of artists 
and designers to meet the growing needs of industry. 

In 1893, the College moved to its present site at Broad and 
Pine Streets in central Philadelphia. Advances and alterations 
in the institutional character and purpose of the College are 
reflected in the successive name changes adopted in this 
century: 1939, Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial 
Art; 1948, Philadelphia Museum School of Art; and in 1959, 
Philadelphia Museum College of Art, in recognition of 
accreditation by the Middle States Association of Colleges 
and Secondary Schools. In 1964, when the College's long 
affiliation with the Museum finally ended, it adopted its 
present name: Philadelphia College of Art. 

From its inception, the College has been a pioneer in the 
field of design in industry. Through the years, the educational 
program has been expanded to train artists in many other 
areas. Today, the College offers courses in all branches of the 
fine arts, in art education, and in all of the major craft and 
industrial design fields. 



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