Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs
San Francisco (Calif.)--Social life and customs--20th century
The poster features a drawing of a man wearing glasses. His eyes appear closed and his mouth is wide open. He is pointing
at a black/white globe with one hand and holding a knife in the other hand. He appears standing behind a tabletop that has
a rectangular cake decorated in red and white frosting and a toy airplane. The background contains spaceships, planets, stars,
clouds, mountains, palm trees, and a setting sun. There is a dark silhouette of a woman standing in front of the sun. The
background colors are white, blue, red and yellow. The text states, "Kearny Street Workshop presents: World Travels of Freddy
Mar part 2, a slide lecture by Freddy Mar of his recent journey to Asia, Aug. 1975 to Feb. 1977. With helpful tips on travelling
on a limited budget through Asian and around the world, April 1, 1977 Fri., 8:00 pm to ???, Donation requested, Kearny St.
Workshop, 854 Kearny St. S.F.." The text colors are black, white, and red.
General Physical Description note:
14 x 20.5 in.
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