[Portrait of Monterey Young Men's and Women's Buddhist Association, League Coast District, California, October 4, 1931]
October 4, 1931
Buddhist Churches of America Archives
1 photographic print : sepia toned.
Panoramic portrait of Monterey Young Men's and Women's Buddhist Association, League Coast District, California, October 4, 1931. Young people are arranged in four rows outside on dirt road in front of wooden structures; seated first row is predominantly women with two men seated in the center; standing second row is predominantly women with four men on right side; third and fourth rows consist of men. People identified (L to R): (row 1) Rev. H. Shimakawa (13th), Rev. T. Tsumura (14th); (row 3) Fred Nitta (21st). All the women wear dresses; some wear jackets or overcoats. Most men wear suits and neckties. Telephone poles line the road extending into the distance on right. Model T Ford automobile is parked on the street at right. Immediately behind the group are 3 trees.
In Japanese: Monterey Young Sunday School teachers conference.
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