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Campers singing next to the lake (ddr-densho-336-337)
img Campers singing next to the lake (ddr-densho-336-337)
The 1970s Lake Sequoia Retreat summer camps. Alan Tani playing the guitar.
Guitars (ddr-densho-336-992)
img Guitars (ddr-densho-336-992)
The 1977 Lake Sequoia Retreat summer camp.
Group playing music in the boys cabin (ddr-densho-336-197)
img Group playing music in the boys cabin (ddr-densho-336-197)
The 1970 Lake Sequoia Retreat summer camp. \nCaption on front: "Brad Shirakawa, Alan Tani, Upper bunk: unknown, Neil Tsubota, Craig Morita, Ted Hasegawa."
Mary Mon Toy performing in
img Mary Mon Toy performing in "Mardi Gras" (ddr-densho-367-86)
Caption on reverse: "'Mardi Gras' Latin Quarter Revue, Desert Inn '54 / Starring / Mary Mon Toy."
A program for the Telephone Hour (ddr-densho-367-37)
doc A program for the Telephone Hour (ddr-densho-367-37)
The Telephone Hour was a radio program that ran from 1940 to 1958 and is also known as the Bell Telephone Hour. It was an concert that highlighted the best of Broadway and classical music. Mary Mon Toy attended multiple tapings.
Promotional photo for the China Doll Club (ddr-densho-367-44)
img Promotional photo for the China Doll Club (ddr-densho-367-44)
Mary Mon Toy is at the top of the stairs in the wide-brimmed hat. This photo appeared in Mirror Magazine accompanied with an article.
Mary Mon Toy performing during her Vaudeville days (ddr-densho-367-70)
img Mary Mon Toy performing during her Vaudeville days (ddr-densho-367-70)
Promotional photo of Mary Mon Toy during her Vaudeville touring up and down the East Coast.
Julliard concert program (ddr-densho-367-29)
doc Julliard concert program (ddr-densho-367-29)
Mary Mon Toy attended Julliard School from 1943-1944. This is a program from a concert she attended while a student.
Mary Mon Toy socializing at the China Doll Club (ddr-densho-367-56)
img Mary Mon Toy socializing at the China Doll Club (ddr-densho-367-56)
Mary Mon Toy is on the left. The woman in the middle is possibly Muriel Tannenhill, Mary's voice teacher at Julliard.
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