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Scrapbook of the Monterey Peninsula Junior Japanese American Citizens League. Features color photographs of Junior JACL members playing games together and socializing at dinners, dances, picnics, and at the beach. Several photographs also document the group's trip to Utah for the National Junior JACL Convention. A number of pages include captions cut from magazines and other sources, and humorous speech bubbles are pasted to many of the photographs. Additional contents include a 1972 installation dinner program, with names of JACL and Junior JACL officers; a letter to Karen Sakai, President of the Junior JACL, from Colonel Commandant Kibbey M. Horne; brochures of sightseeing and recreational destinations on the Monterey Peninsula; a program for the 4th Biennial National Junior JACL Convention at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City; a program for the Fourth Quarterly Sequoia Jr. JACL meeting, held in Palo Alto, California; and Monterey Peninsula JACL newsletters from November and December 1972.



Geographic Coverage

Monterey, California


Community activities--Associations and organizations--Japanese American Citizens League; Geographic communities--California; Community activities--Recreational activities


Text; Image



Source Description

1 volume (72 pages), 12.75 x 12 inches

Digital Format




Digital Collection

Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League Collection


Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay


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Scrapbook of the Monterey Peninsula Junior Japanese American Citizens League, 1972



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