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Title
Traditional Mexican Clothing
Fiestas Patrias
Creator
Yarwood, Thomas
Date Created and/or Issued
1980-09
Contributing Institution
Santa Fe Springs City Library
Collection
California Revealed from Santa Fe Springs City Library
Rights Information
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Description
A group of children dressed in detailed traditional Mexican outfits for the Fiestas Patrias Celebration at the Neighborhood Center. The boy on the left is dressed in a Charro outfit while the girls on the right are outfitted in colorful folklorico and soldadera dresses with flower accessories on their hair.
Photograph Number 45741. Color Photograph.
California Revealed
Type
image
Format
Contact Sheet
Still Image
Extent
1 x 1 .5 in
1 p.
Identifier
csfs_000074
cavpp008093
http://archive.org/details/csfs_000074
Language
English
Provenance
Santa Fe Springs City Library
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