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Children attending the Japanese Language School in Visalia, California, are lined up on opening day in 1928. Adults in the back row include "Mr. Bismark" (real name unknown) and the teacher, S. Shirasawa.

Mourners at a funeral held at the Buddhist Church, 210 N. East St. (now E. Santa Fe St.) at the corner of N. East St. and E. Oak St. in Visalia, California. The photo was taken in 1925.

Lyman Chan, called the "Little Cowboy." Linda Chan is seen in the background. The 1948 photo was taken in Visalia, California.

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Gay Chan with son Lawrence and daughter Linda are pictured (in 1947) sitting on the running board of a Chan Brothers Market pickup. The market was located in Visalia, California.

Gay Chan with his sons Lester and Lyman at Recreation Park in Visalia, California. Lester and Lyman are dresses in sailor suits made by their mother.

Funeral at the Buddhist Church, located on East Center Street in Visalia, California. The photo was taken about 1935.

Girls on a float in the rodeo parade (ca.1939) in Visalia, California, are dressed in traditional Japanese clothing.

Japanese Association float in a 1939 parade. Photo also shows the Fox Theater, at Main Street and Encina, in downtown Visalia, California.
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