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[Joyce Ryono at Dr. Uhl's office for Girl's Week in Government, California, March 1958]

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[Joyce Ryono at Dr. Uhl's office for Girl's Week in Government, California, March 1958]
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Los Angeles, Calif., March 1958


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


1 negative : b&w; ; 4 x 5 in.

Young woman, Joyce Ryono, sits behind the desk of Dr. George M. Uhl, between a Caucasian man and woman in Dr. Uhl's corner office for Girl's Week in Government program in Los Angeles, California, March 1958. Dressed in a blouse tied with two pom-pom balls, a small hat with net veil and cat rimmed eyeglasses, the young woman smiles as she holds a pen poised above a sheet of paper. Uhl, Caucasian man in a suit at left, and a Caucasian woman in a white collared dress at right, lean over the desk flanking Ryono. The glass-topped wooden desk is covered with books, a small American flag , desk accessories and a name plate, "Geo M. Uhl, MD." Closed blinds in the background, right.

Typed on original negative envelope: Girl's Week at Dr. Uhl's Office.

Joyce Ryono was a Senior at North Hollywood High School. Dr. George M. Uhl was the Los Angeles City Health Officer of Los Angeles City Health Department. (12.09.2007 cht)

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