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Angel Island, an exhibition of the Chinese experience at the immigration station
Wong, Leland, creator
Wong, Leland, creator
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University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library, Department of Special Collections, California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives, Santa Barbara, California, 93106-9010, United States, (http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/collections/cema/index.html)
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The black/white image is a woodblock print of a young boy standing in front of a window. The boy is wearing a suit jacket and a bow tie. The window has horizontal and vertical lines. The background is black with white dashes. The text states, "Angel Island, An exhibition of the Chinese experience at the immigration station. Jan. 10 - Mar. 2, 1976, Jackson St. Gallery, 565 Jackson St. S.F." There is Chinese text that accompanies the English text. The text appears in white.
Angel Island (Calif.)--History--Pictorial works Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs Children in art