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Portraits of retired photography professor and author of J’Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
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Photo Gallery: Photography educator and historian Dennis Reed authored ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’

Portraits of retired photography professor and author of J’Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of J’Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. (Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of J’Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of’Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ Dennis Reed
Retired photography professor and author Dennis Reed poses in his Japanese style home in Glendale on Thursday, March 21, 2013. He is the author of ‘Japanese American Photography: Commemorative Addition’ and collected photographs that were created by the Isseis (1st generation Japanese who immigrated to the United States). Reed collected photo collections for 30 years. “This is a story of great success, loss and rediscovery with a whole lot of work,” Reed says. Reed is a retired professor from L.A. Valley College who taught for 42 years.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Glendale News-Press)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of Japanese Photography in America Dennis Reed
Nakumura Kentaro’s Evening Wave, photo taken in 1926.  (Reproduction photo by Larry Lytle)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of Japanese Photography in America Dennis Reed
Hiromu Kira’s photo taken in 1926.  (Reproduction photo by Larry Lytle)
Portraits of retired photography professor and author of Japanese Photography in America Dennis Reed
Edward Weston’s portrait of Ruth Deardoff Shaw, taken in 1926. (Reproduction photo by Larry Lytle)
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