[Portrait of the Buddhist Sunday School & Summer Session Teacher's Conference, Alameda, California, July 23-27, 1941]
Buddhist Churches of America Archives
1 photographic print : b&w;
Panoramic portrait of the Buddhist Sunday School & Summer Session Teacher's Conference participants, Alameda, California, July 23-27, 1941. Three rows of m and women in suits, dresses and coats in open area in front of gazebo with pillared arches in a park. The first row is seated on benches with older men in dark suits in center; young man on left holds a white hat and a camera at his knees. The second row stands and is the longest row. The third row is composed of 13 people. The people are identified: [first row] Eizo Masuyama (13th), Rev. Kakumin Fujinga (14th), Rev. Joshin Motoyoshi (15th), Rev. K. Uchida (16th), Rev. Zenkai Okayama (17th), Rev. Shozen Naito (18th), Rev. Koyo Tamanaha (19th), Rev. R. Masuoka (20th), Fred Nitta (21st), Fusako Matsui (30th); [second row] Hisao Masuyama (2nd), Sangoro Mayeda (4th), Jiro Aratani (5th), Dr. Ryo Munekata (28th), Rev. Yoshio Iwanaga (29th), Toshiye Higashida with eyeglasses (41st); [row 3] Lily Inouye (Aratani).
Printed in white on photograph, BC: Buddhist Sunday School & Summer Session Teacher's Conference participants, Alameda, California, July 23-27, 1941. Printed in white on photograph, BRC: Utsumi Photo / Oakland. Written in pencil on back: Yukio Kawamoto.
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