The speakers with an unidentified moderator were recorded on November 3, with the luncheon on November 4. Band music begins the tape, with an introduction of Fred Osenberg. The moderator then introduces Ruth Varney Held, author of Beach Town, who is supposed to talk about the years 1924-1927. Held sings a song from The Pirates of Penzance and talks about life and sports in the middle 1920s. Next is Guy Fox, speaking about 1928 and 1929, followed by Sue Earnest, taking Don Wolfer's place to talk about 1930 to 1933. John Adams then speaks on "Back through the Archives." The luncheon speaker was Isabella S. Hammack, Class of 1910. After this comes a series of short autobiographical sketches recorded on an unattended tape recorder during the reunion. The first is by an unidentified person who attended the Normal School shortly after going to Riverside Junior College in 1925. After graduation, this person taught at several elementary schools, including Burbank Elementary, claimed to be segregated at that time, having "only Mexican children and Japanese." The second person identifies herself as Margaret Giles Correll and describes her experience at and following San Diego State without giving dates. Marcella Clatsinger follows, giving a short biography including the dates of her years at San Diego State (1927-1930). Next Alfred E. O'Day summarizes his career after graduating from San Diego State in 1933. Pauline Barr White describes portions of her life, including her specialties such as teaching hard-of-hearing children and being a home teacher. Christopher Harris talks about his life at at San Diego State after graduating from San Diego High School in 1932, followed by Woodrow Tighe, who came to San Diego State Teacher's College in 1923. Coretta Hancock provides a very brief summary of her life, marriage, family, and occupation after coming to San Diego in 1914. Hazel Miner Peet only attended San Diego State from 1925 to 1926 and quit to take her first job. Ruth Bickerton McNiter attended the Normal Grammar School and San Diego State Teacher's College at the Normal School address. George Merican settled in Ventura County at a citrus orchard in 1937 and is still there at this time. Marie Culbertson moved with the Teacher's College to the current San Diego State location and describes the thick mud that first winter. Florence Murray Carroll gave details of her first job, for a dean at San Diego State when she attended school. Ruth Elizabeth Dibble Beaujais attended the San Diego Normal School from 1914 to 1915. Marcia Helen Genet Menville tells of transferring to the new campus in February 1931, "when there was just adobe mud around." Ray Genet confesses to dropping out of college in 1927.