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Children playing with pile of sand, San Francisco Chinatown
Lothers & Young Studios
Title supplied by cataloger.
Printed on back: "Architects of the Orient - A real sand man left this pile of sand in San Francisco's picturesque Chinatown, never dreaming that it would be used by Chinese kiddies to re-create the temple of their celestial ancestors."; "Lothers & Young Studios, San Francisco."; "Publicity Department San Francisco Chamber of Commerce."; "Exclusive In Your City California News Service Photo."
"Neg No 22982" on back.
PhotographsGelatin silver prints
1 photograph : gelatin silver print, black and white ; sheet 20.3 cm x 25.6 cm
Children playing with pile of sand, San Francisco Chinatown, San Francisco Subjects Photography Collection, PC-SF, California Historical Society, PC-SF_00032
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