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[Storm damage at Maryknoll School, Los Angeles, California, ca. 1950-1964]

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[Storm damage at Maryknoll School, Los Angeles, California, ca. 1950-1964]
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Los Angeles, Calif., ca. 1950-1964


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


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

Four men inspect storm damage at Maryknoll School in Los Angeles, California, ca. 1950-1964. A Japanese man crouches down examing the rubble of a brick wall outside as a Caucasian priest stands at right between two Caucasian men looking at damage. Clothes hanging from line on porch of house in background, left.

Typed on original envelope: Maryknoll Storm Damage.

Maryknoll School was located on Hewitt Street and was later closed and dedicated as the Maryknoll Japanese Catholic Center in 1995.

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