1973 Press Photo Actor Will Geer Gets Chinese Lesson From Jocelyn Jeung In Ca
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template Note: Please study the images carefully to determine the condition of this vintage photograph, as it may not be in perfect condition. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us. A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in person. This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright. 1973 Press Photo Actor Will Geer gets Chinese lesson from Jocelyn Jeung in CA This is an original press photo. Geer, Will (Actor). Los Angeles. Jocelyn Jeung, a Chinese secretary working in Los Angeles, gives a Chinese language lesson to actor Will Geer, who plays Granpa Walton on "The Waltons" television series, to help pay the costs of a kidney transplant she's due to receive January 3. Miss Leung's mother, Mooying Leung, flew to Los Angeles Thanksgiving Day to become the kidney donor when the girl learned she is afflicted with almost total kidney failure. Geer was first to sign up for Mandarin lessons when Miss Leung began teaching. Photo measures 10 x 8.25inches. Photo is dated 12-22-1973. PHOTO FRONT
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