10 in HIGH x 8 in WIDE
(25.40 cm HIGH x 20.32 cm WIDE)
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California. Gift of ANG Newspapers.

From back of photo: "Assemblywoman March K. Fong. Fong 1 col. EChasey. October 19, 1967." From caption portion only cut from newspaper: "Exx March K. Fong Party 'crsher' Feb 28, 1968." Head and shoulders shot of Mrs. Fong standing at a microphone. Her dark hair covers her ears and is done in a bouffant style. She has on dark lipstick and dark eyeliner and eye shadow. Her mouth is slightly open and one can see her two front teeth. She is wearing a tweed or nubby coat or jacket. It may be a suit jacket. It has large lapels and has shadings in it. Her blouse is of a light color (white crepe?) with dark intersecting lines creating boxes that appear on the extended (roll down) collar that is tied into a loose knot where the boxes create a diamond shape. The blouse itself apears to be more of a check (a right angles) pattern. Behind Mrs. Fong is a nonbrick building. She is speaking into a microphone that is a small dark cylinder with a cross piece on ot of it (near the speaker) and is attached by a small metal plate and fastens to a metal pole that goes off the right side of the photo.

From a file folder: "March Fong Eu"

Used: Oakland Tribune

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