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Title supplied by cataloger.; Image is a reproduction. A table at Shepps' Playhouse, a Bronzeville nightclub at 1st and Los Angeles Streets. Bronzeville existed for several years in Little Toyko during and immediately after World War II when Japanese Americans were relocated to internment camps.
1 photographic print :b&w ;17 x 24 cm. Photographic prints
Shepps' Playhouse (Los Angeles, Calif.) Nightclubs--California--Little Tokyo (Los Angeles) Bronzeville (Los Angeles, Calif.) Little Tokyo (Los Angeles, Calif.) Shades of L.A. Collection photographs Shades of L.A. African American photographs Group portraits