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Photograph article dated August 5, 1964 reads, "A North Hollywood woman, barricaded in a house in Singapore during racial rioting there which began July 21, has written to her son of the atrocities she watched from her window. Mrs. Lucille Colton, 11950 Laurelwood Dr., North Hollywood, wrote her son, Michael, 22, of the horror of the killing and burning during the two-week period. Curfew in the island commercial center of Malaysia was lifted Sunday following riots which took 22 lives and injured 461 persons."
1 photographic print :b&w ;9 x 9 cm. Photographic prints