Black Gold Cooperative Library System > Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast > Al Silva, Art Marshall and Yoshio "George" Nagano after successful hunt. Morro Bay : 1927. Note abalone diving gear and helmet on floor

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Title
Al Silva, Art Marshall and Yoshio "George" Nagano after successful hunt. Morro Bay : 1927. Note abalone diving gear and helmet on floor
Creator
unknown
Contributor
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Date Created and/or Issued
1927
Contributing Institution
Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Collection
Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast
Rights Information
Nagano, Patrick
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Description
Al Silva, Art Marshall and Yoshio "George" Nagano pose with guns; dead deer is strung overhead from pole at a rustic building in Morro Bay. Diving gear is at bottom left.
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 X 26 cm.
Identifier
http://www.luna.blackgold.org/luna/servlet/detail/blackgold~1~1~36~42
http://blackgold.lunaimaging.com:80/MediaManager/srvr?mediafile=/Size2/blackgold~1~1/10/BG-AP-14-014.jpg
AP014
Language
English
Subject
Silva, Al
Morro Bay (Calif.)
Japanese Americans--California--San Luis Obispo County
Japanese Americans--Social life--California
Source
BG-AP-14-014.jpg
Part of "Historical Photos of Four Ethnicities on California's Central Coast" Collection
Originally published as part of Asian/Pacific - Americans on the Central Coast: a photo essay

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