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Children at the Kalamaz...
1958-01-20
London (England)
 
Title
Children at the Kalamazoo and How It Grew Exhibit, London
Date
1958-01-20
Description
Photograph of four children of an American Embassy official standing at main entrance of the exhibit in London, England on a Kalamazoo sponsored trip by the United States Information Service. Children are wearing long coats. One child points to entrance title sign, "Kalamazoo and how it grew." Exhibit opened November 25, 1957. Typed text above photograph gives context and date of the photo.
Crowd at the Kalamazoo ...
1958-01-25
London (England)
 
Title
Crowd at the Kalamazoo and How It Grew Exhibit, London
Date
1958-01-25
Description
Group of adults standing at entrance of the exhibit Kalamazoo and how it grew at County Hall, Westminster which opened in November, 1957. Photographs taken in January 1958. View features nine adults including Mrs. John H. Whitney, wife of U.S. ambassador, who wears a fur coat and stands in front of panel of photographs showing downtown Kalamazoo.
Kalamazoo and How It Gr...
1958-9-13
Berlin (Germany)
 
Title
Kalamazoo and How It Grew Exhibit, Berlin
Date
1958-9-13
Description
Photograph of the “Kalamazoo and how it grew” exhibit in Berlin at Berlin Industrial Fair right before opening September 13, 1958. Adults milling around area. A 975 foot strip of paper loops around the space symbolizing the importance of the paper industry of kalamazoo, Michigan. Text at the top of the photograph summarizes the context of the photograph.
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