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1914-1944 Photos

1914-1944 Photos

Before the Moo Duk Kwan

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1900_Hwang Kee's_Father_slide0003_image009.jpg
Hwang Kee's father at his 76 years of birthday sit in front of his calligraphy work. His name is Hwang, Yong Hwan and he was a scholar
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1941_Hwang Kee Before the MDK.jpg
Hwang Kee at the Khum Kang San (The Diamond Mountains) where located in North Korea.
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1923_Hwang Kee_at_Youth_.jpg
Hwang Kee at Seok Gon Ri, Jang Dan Myun, Jang Dan Kun, Kyung Ki Province, his home town in 1923
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He graduated Do Sang High School in 1935
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Hwang Kee at Manchuria field in October 1935. This photo was sent to his wife who stayed in Jang Dan Kun, Kyung Ki Province at that time.
1935_Hwang Kee High School Year Book
1935_Hwang Kee High School Year Book
Hwang Kee at High School graduation Year Book. He is at top center photo. The most signatures in the middle are Japanese names.
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1937_Hwang Kee_slide0005_image019.jpg
During his free travel time from Manchuria to Seoul in 1937

 

 

 

 

 

 

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