[Sister City delegation from Japan receiving proclamation from Huntington Park Rotary Club, California, January 29, 1968]
January 29, 1968
Photograph by Toyo Miyatake Studio, Gift of the Alan Miyatake Family
2 photographic prints : b&w; ; 5 x 7 in.
2 negatives : b&w; ; 120 mm.
Published in Rafu Shimpo, January 30, 1968, Japanese section.
Huntington Park Rotary Club presents a "Wakayama Japan Day" proclamation to the Japanese Sister City delegation on a cultural exchange mission, California, January 29, 1968.
1P and 3N: Caucasian man in suit shakes hands and presents a Rotary banner to a Japanese man in suit at right as another Caucasian man in light colored suit and eyeglasses presents a proclamation and Rotary banner to older Japanese man in suit and eyeglasses. Two rows of men and women in kimono and suits stand to the left. White-haired Fred Wada stands at far left of second row. Japanese landscape and rooftoop backdrop.
2P and 4N: Japanese man in suit and eyeglasses shakes hands with Caucasian man in light colored suit and eyeglasses who holds a gift in proper left hand, at left. Three other men stand to right, one holding proclamation. Fred Wada stands at lower level at far right wearing a circular "Rotary International" name tag.
Typed on original envelope: Rotary Sister City Office -- c/o Frank Wada -- YMCA Building -- Huntington Park.
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