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Sam Ono Notecards Boxed Set

Sam Ono Notecards Boxed Set
Item# 835

Sam Ono Notecards Boxed Set Sam Hiroshi Ono was 15 when he came to Manzanar War Relocation Center in 1942, and he remained interned there until 1944. These four images reflect the elegant and age-old art of Sumi-e ("ink picture"), which he practices to this day in Southern California.

Boxed set contains eight blank notecards (5"x7")--two each of four images--and nine envelopes.

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