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The black, white, and red poster features a portrait drawing of a young man glaring through the clover-leaf patterned openings of a wall. Behind the wall there is a manipulated photographic image of a large group of people. The text states, "Jackson Street Gallery Grand Opening Day, Nov. 2, 1974, Sat. 565 Jackson St. S.F., featuring an exhibition of arts by Asian American artists plus Lion Dance, music by Red Lights by Red Lantern." There is both English and Chinese text. The text appears in white.
Art - Exhibitions Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs