[Japanese art exhibition at Bullocks downtown store, Los Angeles, California, October 18, 1955]
Los Angeles, Calif.,
October 18, 1955
Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family
7 negatives : b&w; ; 4 x 5 in.
Published October 7, 1955 and October 19, 1955.
Japanese art exhibition of over 3,000 pieces of ancient and modern arts at the Bullocks downtown store in Los Angeles, California, October 18, 1955. Includes promotional images taken prior to exhibition of a Caucasian man, Walter W. Candy, Jr., president of Bullocks, and a Japanese American man, George Kyoto, representative of Japan Trade Center of San Francisco, examining crafts, such as dolls and mannequins. Guests walk through displays of Japanese architecture, gardens, and textiles; and Candy poses with Japanese Consul General in Los Angeles Shigeru Nakamura and another man holding a Japanese scroll behind a woman in a kimono playing a koto.
Typed on original negative envelope: Japanese Arts Crafts Materials Exhibit at Bullocks Downtown Store.
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