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Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Drawing that belonged to Arnold Genthe

In holiday finery, Chinatown, San Francisco

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Detail of a screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Icon that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Screen painting that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portrait sculpture of Arnold Genthe

Portrait sculpture of Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art objects that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art objects that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

An afternoon airing, Chinatown, San Francisco

An amah holding a child, Chinatown, San Francisco

A family from the Consulate, Chinatown, San Francisco

The wild cat (for the Highbinder's feast of the uncooked meat), Chinatown, San Francisco

The tinkers, Chinatown, San Francisco

On Dupont Street, Chinatown, San Francisco

The Chinese Salvation Army, Chinatown, San Francisco

Men standing or walking on a street, Chinatown, San Francisco

Their first photograph, Chinatown, San Francisco

Young aristocrats, Chinatown, San Francisco

A goldsmith's shop, Chinatown, San Francisco

Small child sitting on a doorstep, Chinatown, San Francisco

A corner on the hillside, Chinatown, San Francisco

All Peace Hall drugstore, Chinatown, San Francisco

Returning home, Chinatown, San Francisco

Street scene, Chinatown, San Francisco

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Vase that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Man and two boys walking along a street, Chinatown, San Francisco

Woman and a child walking down a street, Chinatown, San Francisco

Letter or note written in English

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Portion of an illustrated Japanese or Chinese manuscript or scroll that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Drawing of Arnold Genthe taking a photograph

Sculpture that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art objects that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art objects that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art objects that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Art object that belonged to Arnold Genthe

Waiting for the car, Chinatown, San Francisco

Washington Street, Chinatown, San Francisco

Bob Lim and brother, Chinatown, San Francisco

Father and boy, Chinatown, San Francisco

The wild cat (for the Highbinder's feast of the uncooked meat), Chinatown, San Francisco

Pipe dreams, Chinatown, San Francisco

The wild cat (for the Highbinder's feast of the uncooked meat), Chinatown, San Francisco

Three children standing on a sidewalk, Chinatown, San Francisco

Little Ah Wu, Chinatown, San Francisco

The fish peddler, Chinatown, San Francisco

Weighing fish, Chinatown, San Francisco

The crossing, Chinatown, San Francisco

Young aristocrats, Chinatown, San Francisco

A holiday, Chinatown, San Francisco

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