Photo, Print, Drawing Image 15 of Adult ESL (English as a Second Language) class, Khmer Village, Houston, Texas

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About this Item

Title
Adult ESL (English as a Second Language) class, Khmer Village, Houston, Texas
Contributor Names
Proschan, Frank (Photographer)
Created / Published
Houston, Texas, June 10, 1982
Subject Headings
-  Cambodian Americans
-  Ethnography
-  Photographs
-  Documentary photographs
-  United States -- Texas -- Houston
Genre
Ethnography
Photographs
Documentary photographs
Notes
-  Index data: 1, TAN Heang; IN Veary; HUOT Madoran; 2, IN Veary; HUOT Madoran; KHAU Hav (hidden); Scott WILLIAMS; 3, CHENG Lim; KIM Chhem; OUK Houy; 5, Scott WILLIAMS; 7, OUK Houy; TAN Heang; 8, IN Veary; Madoran HUOT; UNG Lang; 9, TOUCH Buntheang; CHENG Lim; 10, KIM Chhem; OUK Houy; 11, 12, 13, UNG Lang; KHAU Hav; Scott WILLIAMS; 14, IN Veary; HUOT Madoran; UNG Lang; KHAU Hav (hidden); Scott WILLIAMS; 15, SOPTOUN Van (back of head); IN Veary; HUOT Mhdoran; UNG Lang; KHAU Hav; Scott WILLIAMS; 16, TAING Eng; CHEA Aun; SUY Kimlun; SUM Ky; 17, CHEA Aun; SUY Kimlun; SUM Ky; 18, KANN Soeun; ROS Hun; ROS Phon; 19, KANN Soeun; ROS Phon; TAING Mouy; ROS Heap; PRUM Tha; 20, ROS Phon; TAING Mouy; 21, 22, UONG Pet; KANN Soeun; ROS Hun; 23, Samphup KOU; 24, ROS Phon; TAING Mouy; Samphup KOU; 25, TAING Mouy; PRUM Tha; ROS Heap; Samphup KOU; 26, TAING Mouy; Samphup KOU; 27, ROS Phon; TAING Mouy; ROS Heap; Samphup KOU; 28, ROS Hun; ROS Phon; TAING Mouy; Samphup KOU; 29, UONG Pet; KANN Soeun; 30, Samphup KOU; BO Bom; KLOT Rin; SOU Prany; TAING Eng; 31, Samphup KOU; BO Born; 32, CHEA Aun; TOEU Kim Ching (back of head); SUM Ky; DITH Pin; SAMRANG Ky; 33, Samphup KOU; BO Born ; SOU Prany; KLOT Rin; 34, 36, SOPHOUN Van; Charles THOMAS; Yani KEO; 35, Scott WILLIAMS; SOPHOUN Van; Charles THOMAS; Yani KEO
Medium
35 mm black-and-white film negatives
Call Number/Physical Location
Call number: AFC 1993/001: 197897-1
Source Collection
Ethnic Heritage and Language Schools in America Project collection (AFC 1993/001)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Digital Id
https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc1993001.afc1993001_197897_01
Online Format
image
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Chicago citation style:

Proschan, Frank. Adult ESL English as a Second Language class, Khmer Village, Houston, Texas. United States Houston Texas, 1982. Houston, Texas. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1993001_197897_01/.

APA citation style:

Proschan, F. (1982) Adult ESL English as a Second Language class, Khmer Village, Houston, Texas. United States Houston Texas, 1982. Houston, Texas. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1993001_197897_01/.

MLA citation style:

Proschan, Frank. Adult ESL English as a Second Language class, Khmer Village, Houston, Texas. Houston, Texas. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1993001_197897_01/>.

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