Magazines for friendship drive, Pasadena, 1951
Caption slip reads: "Sunday. Photographer: Richardson. Date: 1951-10-10. Reporter: Swaim. Assignment: Magazines (well stacked), Pasadena. K2: Norma Drageset, 1951 Rose Princess, contributing stack of magazines for Pasadena Chamber of Commerce-U.S. Army 'Magazines for Friendship' drive to combat communist propaganda in foreign countries. Left is Harold R. Wilson, project chairman. Center, packing boxes for shipping, is Professor Albert Croissant of Occidental College, who originated the idea. K1: Rose Princess Norma Drageset, helping with packing of 20,000 magazines contributed in 'Magazines for Friendship' drive, 'takes five' to read one".