Otis Art Institute students holding posters that they created for the California Botanic Garden, Los Angeles, 1928
- Otis Art Institute students holding posters that they created for the California Botanic Garden, Los Angeles, 1928
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- March 15, 1928
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
This photograph appears with the article "Winners in Garden Poster Contest: Student at Otis Art Institute Awarded First Prize." Los Angeles Times, 16 Mar. 1928: A1.
Photograph of 8 Otis Art Institute students holding posters designed to promote attendance at the California Botanic Garden with award winner Benji Okubo on the left. Each poster has an illustration of trees or plants with the caption "Visit The California Botanic Garden." The students are standing on a lawn in front of a stand of palm and other trees at the Otis Art Institute, then located at 2401 Wilshire Blvd.
The California Botanic Garden in Mandeville Canyon was founded by the businessman and naturalist H. C. Oakley. It opened in 1928. Due to the nature of its financing and the onset of the Great Depression, the garden closed in 1935.
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Botanical gardens--California--Los Angeles
Art students--California--Los Angeles
AIDS (Disease)--Public opinion
Levine, Frances, 1907-1938
California Botanic Garden (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Otis Art Institute
Dohi, Ryuichi Albert 1906-1998
Mosteller, William P., 1908-1975
Flaxington, Helen, 1909-2001
Ruegg, Verena, 1895-1973
Okubo, Benji, 1904 - 1975
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
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- still image
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