Man stands in a rug bazaar display at the Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, 1932
- Man stands in a rug bazaar display at the Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, 1932
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- [circa September 1932]
- Los Angeles Times
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Related to Los Angeles Times article, "Most Dazzling Show of Southland History, Lavish in Oriental Splendor, Under Way at Pomona," 17 Sept. 1932: A1.
Man stands in a rug bazaar display at the Los Angeles County Fair. He wears a headdress and robe. There is a hookah at his feet and a loom next to him. Rugs are hung on the faux-brick walls and parts of the display are lined with fruit. A sign reads, "Isphahan rug bazaar" and the background is painted to look like a bazaar.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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