[San Francisco]: [The San Francisco Society of Women Artists], . 8 unnumbered pages. 7-1/4" x 3-3/8". Stapled white wrappers printed in black. Light horizontal center fold line and crease; v. minor soil from handling to wrappers; two pencil checkmarks in margins, plus a pencilled one-word notation ("terrible," beside Dorothy Winslade's name). Interior otherwise clean and bright. VG. Item #43291
A scarce survivor from this exhibition, which exhibited Miné Okubo's "Orange Orchards" and "Fishing Boats" (both gouache), as well as her mosaic, "The Lion." Okubo was interned with her family at Tanforan Assembly Center and then Topaz War Relocation Center, in Utah, from 1942 - 1944. She moved to New York after her release, where she wrote a memoir of the experience, Citizen 13660, illustrated with some of the over 2000 drawings she made while in the camps.
No copies on OCLC, and none in the trade at this time.