8:45 PM - 1-7-43
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January 7, 1943
Gift of June Hoshida Honma, Sandra Hoshida and Carole Hoshida Kanada
5 drawings on paper, laminated (1 sheet) : ink ; 9.5 x 6 in.
Ink drawings of men chanting No texts, some seated or kneeling, identified by inscriptions in Japanese.
Large top left portrait of a man, Hidetsugu Kimura, who is the teacher wearing glasses and in a suit jacket kneeling with hands on thighs as he sings with his eyes closed.
Top right portrait of Kanno's head chanting "Oiwake" text with eyes closed.
Midlde right sketch of two men seated next to each other.
Bottom right portrait of man's head and collar as he bends his head toward viewer.
Bottom right sketch of two figures, one seated and the other, Kanno, with hand on hip.
Drawing 97.106.1CK on recto of same sheet.
Written in black ink, top: 8:45 PM. 1-7-43 Written in black ink, left of top left image (In Japanese): Hideji Kimura sensei. Written in black ink to right and left of top right image (In Japanese): Kanno - Oiwake. Written in black ink to right of middle right image (In Japanese): [unreadable] ashi. Written in black ink to right of bottom right image (In Japanese): Kanno.
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