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Japanese Centre at 14th PEN Congress

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Japanese Centre at 14th PEN Congress

Photograph of Japanese Centre members seated with Argentininan Centre members at the 14th PEN International Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1936, which took place on 5-15 September. Carlos Ibarguren, former president of the Argentinian Centre, is sitting on the far left of the front row. The two men beside him (from left to right) are Arishima Ikuma, first vice-president of the Japanese Centre, and Tōson Shimazaki, founder and first president of the Japanese Centre. The Japanese Centre (then known as the Nippon Centre) was founded one year prior to the Congress, on 26 November 1935.

Centre Japonais au 14e Congrès du PEN

Photographie de membres du Centre japonnais assis avec des membres du Centre argentin lors du 14e Congrès de PEN International qui s'est tenu à Buenos Aires, du 5 au 15 septembre 1936. Carlos Ibarguren, ancien président du Centre argentin, est assi à l'extrémité gauche du premier rang. Les deux hommes à ses côtés (de gauche à droite) sont Arishima Ikuma, premier vice-président du Centre japonnais, et Tōson Shimazaki, fondateur et premier président du Centre japonnais. Le Centre japonnais a été fondé l'année précédente, le 26 novembre 1935.

Centro Japonés en Buenos Aires

Fotografía de miembros del Centro Japonés sentados junto a miembros del Centro Argentino en el 14o Congreso de PEN Internacional en Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1936, del 5 al 15 de septiembre. Carlos Ibarguren, expresidente del Centro Argentino, está sentado en el extremo izquierdo de la primera fila. Los dos hombres a su lado (de izquierda a derecha) son Arishima Ikuma, el primer vicepresidente del Centro Japonés, y Tōson Shimazaki, el fundador y primer presidente del Centro Japonés. El Centro Japonés (entonces denominado Centro Nipón) se estableció el 26 de noviembre de 1935, un año antes del congreso.

Date:

15/09/1936

Creator:

Argentinian Centre

Centre:

Argentinian Centre  (Centro PEN Argentina)

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