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Carte de visite of Tomas Higuera Family

The Tomas Higuera Family. Seated: Mrs. Blandina Higuera Castro, Mrs. Refugio Higuera Weimer, Mrs. Guadalupe Higuera Villa (Roberto). Standing: Mike…

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Portrait of Lily Aradanas

The first photograph that Pedro Aradanas saw of Angeles "Lily" Trinidad, which started "everything." Lily had sent this photograph to her cousin,…

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S.L.O. Buddhist Church, Nyuhitsu-shiki

The obutsudan is part of the temple with the altar. The photograph was taken on the occasion when the obutsudan was donated to the church. Donors to…

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Interview with Arcadia Lapiz

Arcadia Lapiz is interviewed for the Re/Co project at the 2013 Loonanon Pioneers Annual Fiesta in Santa Maria, California. She describes how she…

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Cal Poly Students and Faculty at Re/Collecting Day

Cal Poly students and faculty working on the Re/Collecting Day project, May 19, 2012. Students interviewed members of the local Filipino community and…

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The Re/Collecting Project is an “ethnic studies memory project of California's Central Coast.” Our aim is to digitally capture and make publicly accessible the rich history of the diverse—yet under-documented—communities of the region.

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The "Objects of Affection" exhibit at Cal Poly's Kennedy Library runs from May 12 to June 6, 2014, on the 2nd floor during the library's regular hours. Opening reception is May 23, from 3pm to 5pm. 

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