1964 Press Photo Melissa Temple & adoptive mother Maxine arrived at Los Angele For Sale
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1964 Press Photo Melissa Temple & adoptive mother Maxine arrived at Los Angele:
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1964 Press Photo Melissa Temple & adoptive mother Maxine arrived at Los Angele
This is an original press photo. Eighteen-months-old Kim Melissa Temple reluctantly met the press for the first time with her newly adopted mother, Mrs. Maxine Temple, when they arrived on Saturday at Los Angeles aboard a Japan Air Lines jetliner. Kim, along with 11 other Korean orphans and their new parents, arrived a little late for Thanksgiving, but in plenty of time to begin learning what and who Santa Claus is in her new home at 6068 Che-Menteur Highway, New Orleans.Photo measures 8.25 x 10.25inches. Photo is dated 12-03-1964.
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