Comments about Eugene Levich
Little Girls With Dolls
A photo of an exquisite little Japanese girl hugging an American blue-eyed doll: one of almost thirteen thousand sent to little Japanese girls in 1926 by little American girls
These dolls touched the Japanese consciousness
Japan responded by sending some forty large dolls in kimonos, built by masters, and intended for museums and schools
Were those American dolls sent as an apology for the racist 1924 Japanese Exclusion Act?
In 1930 Congress passed the Smoot-Hawley Tariff bringing w