[North American Federation of Y.W.B.A. Leagues, Guadalupe, July 21-25, 1930]
July 21, 1930-July 25, 1930
Buddhist Churches of America Archives
1 photographic print : b&w;
Panoramic group portrait of the North American Federation of Young Women's Buddhist Association (YWBA) Leagues participants in front of buildings, Guadalupe, California, July 21-25, 1930. Three rows of men and women pose in front of portait of man, banner and sign. Men in suits sit in first row flanked by girls in white dresses; four small children sit on bench or in lap at left. Second row composed of young women in white dresses with men in suits standing at right end. Young women in white stand in back row with young men standing at right. Woman in flapper hat stands at far left holding a boy. Banner held in center by two girls in back row, "North American Federation of Y. W. B. A. Leagues." Head and shoulder portrait of man wearing eyeglasses and priest vestments in background left; horizontal sign in Japanese to right of banner. Building, perhaps church, with trees in background; two houses to right; large warehouse building with cigarette ads in windows and ghost of ads on side of building, to left. People are identified: (first row, L-R) Rev. I. Yoneyama (?) (1st), Rev. S. Akahoshi (?) (3rd), Rev. M. Washioka (4th), Rev. I. Kiyogoku (8th), Rev. S. Sasaki (10th), Rev. T. Yamori (?) (15th), Rev. K. Owcho (?) (16th), Rev. T. Masunaga (17th).
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