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Remembering the Tsuneishis of Monrovia

By Susie Ling for MOHPG’s Preservation Conversation, November 2014

Paul Tsuneishi was born in Monrovia in 1923.  Paul was the sixth of ten children and the Tsuneishis were one of the largest Japanese American families of Monrovia before World War II.  865 more words


Josef's Originals

by Susie Ling for MOHPG’s Preservation Conversation

Remember Pottery Ranch?  It was a standout at 248 W. Huntington Drive for seven decades.  It lost its lease in 2011 to Jack in the Box.  510 more words


Benjamin Davis Wilson, Valley Pioneer

by Susie Ling for MOHPG’s Preservation Conversation

Monrovia’s William Monroe was mentored by Lucky Baldwin, and in turn, Lucky Baldwin was mentored by Benjamin Davis Wilson, one of the early American pioneers to the San Gabriel Valley.  709 more words


Ebola Graffiti - Liberia

Poignant Ebola graffiti on the roof of the abandoned Hotel Ducor in Monrovia.


The Liberian ME Portfolio (Journey to Grand Bassa)

My favorite pictures from my journeys to my birth country Liberia  , A journey that started 2013 and still ongoing . I would like to especially thank the people of 4 houses community ,Buchanan and all the fantastic people I´ve met along the way… 16 more words

Simon Tocclo

Weekend Festivities

Last night was one of the occasional nights where I was actually free to go out and hang with friends. Being a single mom I don’t normally get nights off so I took advantage. 250 more words

L-SWE SUCCESS 2016: Early Team Report

Greetings from Liberia!

The U-M early team arrived in Liberia late on Wednesday, 10 August 2016. We are staying near Barnersville junction with one of the L-SWE students. 312 more words

GradSWE Overseas