[Cherry tree planting at Exposition Park Rose Garden at Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, February 1958]
Los Angeles, Calif.,
Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family
1 negative : b&w; ; 4 x 5 in.
Planting cherry trees with school children at the Exposition Park Rose Garden at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California, February 1958. Japanese man in a suit, probably the Consul General of Japan, stands in center holding a branch of bare cherry tree as a laughing Caucasian man in a suit squats beside tree holding it upright. Japanese woman in a suit shovels dirt into hole. Another Caucasian man in a suit squats at far left. Group of Caucasian children stand at right on dirt in garden. Domed building in background, left.
Typed on original negative envelope: Cherry Tree Planting at Rose Garden -- Exposition Park.
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