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Bank of America Debate Team
Hawkins, J. Allen
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Pasadena Museum of History
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Pasadena Museum of History
Pasadena Museum of History
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From a photo taken April 17, 1960 at a location on South Euclid Boulevard in Pasadena California. A search of the database - ProQuest Historical Newspapers: Los Angeles Times (1881-1990) –retrieved this article which mentions James Secor of Pasadena and four other Bank of America debaters who won a debate in March of 1959: L.A. Bankers Win Debate; Los Angeles Times, Mar 29, 1959; pg. A11 We do not know which of these gentlemen is James Secor.
Debates and debating--California--Pasadena
Bank of America
Portraits, Group--California--Pasadena
Secor, James

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