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Japanese Horticulturist
Alternative Title
[Toichi Domoto: Sixty Years of Innovative Plant Development]
Date Created and/or Issued
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
California Revealed from The Bancroft Library
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Toichi Domoto recalls historic contributions of the Domoto family to West Coast horticulture. Domoto was one of California's leading "nursureymen" and horticulturalists recalling his life in Hayward, WWII relocation, and views of his sprawling Hayward nursery.
moving image
1/2 inch videotape
2 Tapes of 2
Motion Picture 350D:5
cubanc_000233_t1; cubanc_000233_t2
Bancroft Library
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