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Title supplied by cataloger.; Image is a reproduction.; Published on page 68 of Shades of L.A. New York : The New Press, c1996. A group in costume at the International Institute's Fourth of July celebration in 1923. Founded in 1914 as an outgrowth of the settlement house movement, the International Institute of Los Angeles was one of the earliest organizations to assist the diverse immigrant groups in Boyle Heights.
1 photographic print :b&w ;15 x 24 cm. Photographic prints
00002862 Shades of L.A. Collection; Shades of L.A.: Mexican American Community S-003-349 120 CARL0005001131 http://22.214.171.124/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/80778
International Institute of Los Angeles Fourth of July--California--Los Angeles Costumes Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) Shades of L.A. Collection photographs Shades of L.A. Mexican American photographs Group portraits