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Serisawa's first major museum exhibition 1941 http://kazegama.wordpress.com/links/sueo-serisawa/

Serisawa's first major museum exhibition 1941 http://kazegama.wordpress.com/links/sueo-serisawa/

AUM, the sacred syllable standing for change and changelessness.

AUM, the sacred syllable standing for change and changelessness.

The Faery Reel Poem by Neil Gaiman

The Faery Reel Poem by Neil Gaiman

Title:  Chavez Ravine residents confer with Councilman Roybal after eviction  Camping out--Councilman Roybal, center, confers with members of Arechiga family who are camping out near their home, from which they were evicted before it was razed to make room for ball park  Creator/Contributor:  Anonymous, Photographer  Los Angeles Times (Firm), Publisher  Date:  May 9, 1959  Contributing Institution:  UCLA, Special Collections, Young (Charles E.) Research Library

Title: Chavez Ravine residents confer with Councilman Roybal after eviction Camping out--Councilman Roybal, center, confers with members of Arechiga family who are camping out near their home, from which they were evicted before it was razed to make room for ball park Creator/Contributor: Anonymous, Photographer Los Angeles Times (Firm), Publisher Date: May 9, 1959 Contributing Institution: UCLA, Special Collections, Young (Charles E.) Research Library

May 8th 1959, authorities remove a woman from her Chavez Ravine home before construction of Dodger Stadium

Capturing history as it was made: Los Angeles Times celebrates 132nd anniversary

May 8th 1959, authorities remove a woman from her Chavez Ravine home before construction of Dodger Stadium

In 1949, photographer Don Normark walked up into the hills of Los Angeles, looking for a good view. Instead, he found Chavez Ravine, a ramshackle Mexican-American neighborhood tucked away in Elysian Park like a poor man s Shangri-la. Enchanted, he stayed for a year amidst the wild roses, tin roofs, and wandering goats of this uniquely intact rural community on the city s outskirts.

In 1949, photographer Don Normark walked up into the hills of Los Angeles, looking for a good view. Instead, he found Chavez Ravine, a ramshackle Mexican-American neighborhood tucked away in Elysian Park like a poor man s Shangri-la. Enchanted, he stayed for a year amidst the wild roses, tin roofs, and wandering goats of this uniquely intact rural community on the city s outskirts.

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