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This was Hilario Ped's notebook with handwritten music. Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with…

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Hilario Ped's song book includes transcribed music and lyrics for many of the songs. Songs in the book include: "My Dear," "With Plenty of Money and You: Fox Trot" (1935), "On a Coconut Island" (1936), "Alexander's Ragtime Band, Fox-Trot"…

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Inscribed on the sheet music: "Mr. Hilario Ped. Sincerely yours, F.P. Sumauang." Hilario Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their…

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Hilario Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with music.

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Hilario Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with music.

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Hilario Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with music.

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Hilario Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with music.

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Two photographs from the Guadalupe Grammar School. Many of the Japanese American students are from Oceano and San Luis Obispo County and lived at the Children's Home in Guadalupe, California. Paul Kurokawa (born 1915) is pictured in the top…

According to Dawn Kamiya, her father was the only Asian on the basketball team as well. This is a copy of an article by Dan Krieger and friend of Paul Kurokawa.

The SLO (San Luis Obispo) Cubs were the San Luis Obispo Buddhist Church baseball team.

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