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From Our Collection: Daily Dose

2004.026.008, Courtesy of Kenneth & Helen Chan, MOCA Collection.

On back: “By-line Feature: Supplied by International News Photots

235 East 45th Street New York City

For Release: October 11, 1942

Chinatown’s Pride: Photo by Sonnee Gottlieb

LEARNING THE ROPES……Just as any other group of Boy Scouts, the boys of Troop 150 must learn their knots. Assistant Scoutmaster Horance Eng is coaching some of the younger members of the Troop in knot-magic here. It is one of the first crafts in which scouts become proficient.


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