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Elementary School Visit — Ping-Pong Match in Classroom
Rothchild, Alice, 1948-
Date Created and/or Issued
Between 1973-08-09 and 1973-08-30
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, The UC San Diego Library
1973 Guardian Tour of China
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Alice Rothchild
Box 06, Slide 32
Schoolboys waiting for their turn to play ping-pong in a classroom. American visitors standing in front of a blackboard. Drawing on the blackboard explains the types of spins in ping-pong. Posters on the wall read "How to prevent myopia. (怎样预防近视.)" and "Illustration of eye exercises. (眼保健操图解.)" Summer, 1973.
UC San Diego Library, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (
Elementary schools
Blackboard drawing
Single-lens reflex cameras
Children's clothing
Visitors, Foreign
Education, Elementary

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