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Title
Girl sits in a tree with a woman standing next to her
Creator
Hawkins, J. Allen
Date Created and/or Issued
1955
Publication Information
Pasadena Museum of History
Contributing Institution
Pasadena Museum of History
Collection
Pasadena Museum of History
Rights Information
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Description
Documentation provided by the photographer suggests that this girl is a blind cancer survivor. The woman next to her is presumably her mother. They pose at the residence at 235 San Antonio Road in Arcadia. The image was taken on April 19, 1955, and was ordered by Jan Maddox of the Pasadena unit of the American Cancer Society (180 South Euclid Avenue).
Type
image
Identifier
pmh_JAH12013n2
http://cdm16237.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16237coll8/id/1066
Language
English
Subject
San Antonio Road (Arcadia, Calif.)
Clothing and dress--California--Arcadia
American Cancer Society. Pasadena Chapter
Landscape architecture--California--Arcadia
Blind--California--Arcadia
Cancer--Patients--California--Arcadia
Mother and child--California--Arcadia

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