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Title
In the seventies began the organizing of the new and vigorous Chinese Historical Society of Southern California. One of the early programs was to recognize the pioneer women of Los Angeles. This photograph is of the honorees of which include Dolores Wong, standing in the middle, and Lily Lum Chan, sitting in the middle
Alternative Title
El Pueblo Monument Photo Collection
Date Created and/or Issued
1970s
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Collection
El Pueblo Monument Photo Collection
Rights Information
This is not a Library Collection, it is hosted for El Pueblo. ; Researchers may view the collection at El Pueblo by appointment only. ; individuals or groups who purchase photographs must obtain use permission from the legal owner of the photograph. ; For further information and appointments call Suellen Cheng or Mariann Gatto at (213) 485-8437.
Rights Holder and Contact
City of Los Angeles, El Pueblo Monument
Type
Image
Format
Photographic prints
Identifier
105-C-0839
http://173.196.26.125/cdm/ref/collection/elpueblo/id/4263
Subject
1970s
Dolores Wong
Lily Lum Chan
Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
Chinese American Collection
Source
Judge Delbert Wong

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