[Los Angeles Supervisor Ernest E. Debs presenting "Friendship Day" proclamation to Boy Scouts, Los Angeles, California, July 27, 1967]
Los Angeles, Calif.,
July 27, 1967
Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family
2 negatives : b&w; ; 4 x 5 in.
Published in Rafu Shimpo, July 27, 1967.
Los Angeles Supervisor Ernest Debs presents "International Friendship Day" proclamation to Boy Scouts, Los Angeles, California, July 27, 1967. Includes Debs, a white-haired Caucasian man dressed in dark suit and patterned necktie, and El Camino Boy Scouts of America chairman James Nakagawa, a Japanese man in eyeglasses and suit, holding proclamation behind a desk with deskplate, "Ernest E. Debs", and microphones (Published) ; and Debs standing with Nakagawa holding proclamation and two Caucasian men, amongst a multi-ethnic group of seven boy scouts and nine cubs scouts, five of whom hold certificates at left. Curtains in background.
Typed on orignal envelope: Boy Scout Receiving Proclamation from Supervisor Debs.
Ernest E. Debs was a Supervisor for the Third District of the County of Los Angeles.
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