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A boat themed professional photo portrait of Sotera Pacheco (left and is the photo donor's grandmother) with two unidentified friends posing behind a boat rail prop that has a lifesaver ring that reads """"S.S. Catalina."""" The capitalized N in Catalina is written backwards. The girl on the right has a drawing of a Mexican man with a guitar and sombrero printed onto her pants. The back drop is of a cloudy full moon night. The photo was taken in the 1940s. This image was provided by Richard Armendariz for inclusion in the Foto East LA collection. Original measurements: 3 x 5 in. black-and-white photograph
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Women--California--East Los Angeles Portrait photography--California--East Los Angeles Pacheco, Sotera
East Los Angeles (Calif.)
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