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[Miss Keiko Takahashi, California, 1955]

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[Miss Keiko Takahashi, California, 1955]
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California, 1955


Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family


5 photographic prints : b&w; ; 5 x 7 in.

Keiko Takahashi, tall Japanese woman in floral kimono, attends a gathering in California, 1955.
1.P: (L to R) Saburo Kido (publisher of Shin Nichi Bei), Keiko Takahashi, Consul General Shinsaku Hogen and Mrs. Hogen.
2P: (L to R) Mr. and Mrs. Yosh Inadomi, Consul General Hogen and Mrs. Hogen.
3P: (L to R) Consul General Hogen and Mrs. Hogen, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Conreid.
4P: Takahashi sits in front row beside another woman in a kimono, flanked by four men in suits; three men and two women stand in back. Chandeliers and mirrors in background.
5P: Takahashi stands in center surrounded by six Japanese and Caucasian men and one laughing Caucasian woman, left.

Typed on original envelope: Miss Keiko Takahashi.

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