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The Jung Family lived in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood and created home movies of family outings, picnics, and trips in and around the Bay Area from 1952-1967. Dr. Edmund Dixon Jung (1914-2006) and Dr. Haw Chan Jung (1919-2013) both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and met attending the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); both class of 1944. Dr. Edmund Jung was a doctor of internal medicine at the VA Medical Center in Oakland beginning in 1951, and Dr. Haw Jung was a pathologist at St. Luke's Hospital in San Francisco. Memories to Light
Original Silent Color 16mm film
1 Reel of 1
Snow Cars Races Squirrels
Yosemite National Park (Calif.) Golden Gate Park (San Francisco, Calif.) Sebastopol (Calif.) Russian River (Calif.) Armstrong Redwoods State Park (Calif.) Fort Ross (Calif.) Joss House (Auburn, Calif.) Crater Lake (Alaska) Sutter's Fort (Sacramento, Calif.)
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