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Title
Buddhist Temple, ritual of remembrance
Creator
Tuerskey, Leonid
Date Created and/or Issued
1986
Contributing Institution
Mountain View Public Library
Collection
California Revealed from Mountain View Public Library
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Description
Harry Bridge, a minister student at the Buddhist Temple of Mountain View, holds a candle lighter in front of the altar. The white boxes with Japanese characters represent those who have died in the last years. Lighting the candle inside the box by friends and relatives represents remembrance of the dead.
Type
image
Format
Print
Extent
20 x 12 cm.
1 Page of 1
Identifier
cmv_000226
PHA C14
Provenance
Mountain View Public Library
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