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More mainly Shunryu Suzuki photos
from cuke archives

Three photos by Lisa Law at the Human Be-in
read all about it a page for these three

 


 

Tassajara?

 

With Tassajara's first rice crop.
This is a cropped lower res version of SR0248 in the SFZC archive which was two photos, the other a repeat. Herein and on shunryusuzuki.com it is now just this cropped version

 

 

with Jean Ross

 

 

   with Phillip Wilson at Tassajara

 

at Mel Weitsman's priest ordination, Berkeley Zendo, May 19, 1969

 

 

In Vermont. 1971

Photo with note by Tim Buckley below


 

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In the Sokoji Kitchen. Della Goertz to the right. Otohiro Suzuki to the right of Shunryu

 

Kobun Chino with Shunryu Suzuki - Dan & Louise Welch wedding
behind them L to R Nancy Lay, ?, Angie Runyan
behind Angie Nan Rowan, Dan's sister

 

Rinsoin 1956 with crew before restoring main hall.

 

Aiko (Uchiyama) Suzuki
Shunryu's little sister

 

At memorial for fallen soldiers, Chukonhi, on Rinsoin grounds

 

Three formal photos at Sokoji from Betty Warren's photos as are the next two.

 

A tiny overexposed Polaroid photo of the first sesshin. Maybe. Anyway, it's early and came with the above document thingy. L to R in back, Della Goertz, Kazemitsu Kato, Shunryu Suzuki, George Hagiwara (I think). In front on left - Betty Warren and third from right Jean Ross (I think).

 

Sunday school at Sokoji


Below are three photos scanned at Crestone - thanks Richard Baker

In front of his cabin at Tassajara before a ceremony, maybe the 1967 opening

 

 

Richard and Virginia Baker off to Japan, October 1968

 

 

Suzuki in monk's begging gear at Rinsoin

 


At Tassajara maybe 2005. DC with Mitsu Suzuki, Hoitsu and Chiose Suzuki to his right, his young brother Otohiro and wife Mitsuyo to his left. Maybe that's Mitsu's daughter Harumi on the right. Monk on left assistant to Hoitsu.


 

Four photos of the Shunryu's stone garden at Rinsoin below.

 

 

 


 

for cover of To Shine One Corner of the World: moments with Shunryu Suzuki. Still from Zen in America segment from film, Sunseed.

 

Green Gulch Farm memorial for Suzuki