Students Patricia Hosford, Takeshi Haruki, Antoinette MaroderGlenn Cunningham, and Edith Kodama prepare to welcome Japanese students from abroad, Los Angeles, 1935
- Students Patricia Hosford, Takeshi Haruki, Antoinette MaroderGlenn Cunningham, and Edith Kodama prepare to welcome Japanese students from abroad, Los Angeles, 1935
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- August 1, 1935
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Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Plans for 34 male and female Japanese students that are coming to Los Angeles have been made by UCLA general chairman Glenn Cunningham, USC housing representative Patricia Hosford, USC publicity representative Takeshi Haruki, representative of transportation at Occidental college Antoinette Maroder and Edith Kodama of UCLA entertainment.
Photograph appears with the article, "Nippon Fete Plans Made," Los Angeles Times, 02 Aug 1935: 5.
The five gather around a large folder held by Antoinette Maroder.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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