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Men in traditional Hmong dress, Eldorado Park, Long Beach, California, ca. 1996. L-r: Nyia Vang Lee, Neng Vang, Sue Xiong, Chong Lee, Nau Fong Lee 6x8 in. copy of snapshot
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