Out of the Archives: Communal Lunch

Maybe because I started looking for pictures today while I was eating my lunch, but this picture caught me. So many perms! It’s from USC’s Korean American Digital Archive. It looks like they’ve got some bad links, but nothing that smart members of the general public, or a determined academic can’t get past. Look for the subset of the collection that features people sitting on fences: lunch at pharmacy

Title 17 at lunch in a pharmacy
Description Identification of the people in this photograph can be found here
Publisher (of the digital version) University of Southern CaliforniaLibraries
Type images
Identifying number subset015/photo001
Legacy record ID kada-m13937
Part of collection Korean American Digital Archive
Part of subcollection Korean American Archive Photograph Set
Series Marcella Lim
Rights © 2000 University of Southern California University LibrariesMay not be copied without permission of the Korean Heritage LibraryUniversity of Southern California.; From the photographic collection of the Korean American ArchiveKoreanAmerican Archive
Access conditions Send requests to East Asian LibraryUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CA 90089-0154 or kklein@usc.edu.
Repository name East Asian Library, University of Southern California
Repository address Los Angeles, CA 90089-1825
Repository email kklein@usc.edu
Filename KADA-LimMa-002
Archival file kada_Volume6/KADA-LimMa-002.tiff

Reference URL: http://digitallibrary.usc.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll126/id/16178

More on the Korean American Digital Archive from their site:

The documentary record of the Korean experience in America remains dispersed and difficult to access. The Korean American Digital Archive brings more than 13,000 pages of documents, over 1,900 photographs, and about 180 sound files together in one searchable collection that documents the Korean American community during the period of resistance to Japanese rule in Korea and reveal the organizational and private experience of Koreans in America between 1903 and 1965.

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