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Title
Toshi C. Inouye, Lompoc High School, Class of 1936. Toshi was active in music and performing arts through high school. When she married, her husband, Hinode, took her name. As with all other Japanese [Americans], they too had to evacuate the coast in 1942. But Toshi and her husband came back to rear two children in Lompoc, a boy and a girl. Toshi lived there until her death in December 1993
Creator
unknown
Contributor
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1936
Contributing Institution
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Collection
Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast
Rights Information
Lompoc Valley Historical Society
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Description
Close up photograph of Toshi C. Inouye.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 X 26 cm.
Identifier
http://www.luna.blackgold.org/luna/servlet/detail/blackgold~1~1~364~135
http://blackgold.lunaimaging.com:80/MediaManager/srvr?mediafile=/Size2/blackgold~1~1/10/BG-AP-14-069.jpg
AP069
Language
English
Subject
Inouye, Toshi C
Lompoc (Calif.)
Lompoc High School (Lompoc, Calif.)
Japanese Americans--California--Santa Barbara County
Students--Japanese American--California--Santa Barbara County
Source
BG-AP-14-069.jpg
Part of "Historical Photos of Four Ethnicities on California's Central Coast" Collection
Originally published as part of Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast: a photo essay

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