Kimiko Tamura in Toyo Y. Maeda's Japanese garden on North San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, 1935
- Kimiko Tamura in Toyo Y. Maeda's Japanese garden on North San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, 1935
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Toyo Y. Maeda created the Japanese garden in a former parking lot behind his florist shop.
Related to the article with a similar photograph by Barbara Miller, "Southland Homes and gardens; you can Travel World Gardens at home!" Los Angeles Times, 21 Jul. 1935: E19. Related to the article by Timothy G. Turner, "Rediscovering Los Angeles," Los Angeles Times, 17 Feb. 1936: A1.
Kimiko Tamura dressed a kimono and holding a fan in the Japanese garden created by florist Toyo Y. Maeda at his shop in downtown Los Angeles. The shop was located at 113 N. San Pedro St. on the block north of 1st St. (later the block was re-named Judge John Aiso St.).
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