File:George Leite and Anaïs Nin at daliel's bookstore in Berkeley, CA, 1946.jpg

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English: Many authors and artists were featured in shows and signings put on by George Leite at daliel's bookstore and gallery in Berkeley, CA, from 1945 to 1952, including Anaïs Nin, Henry Miller, Jean Varda, Harry Partch, Bezalel Schatz, and others. This photo shows Leite and Nin during one such event.
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I am posting all photos relevant to my father's career as author, publisher, and bookstore owner from 1945-1952 in Berkeley, CA. All photos were taken by him or for him, were entirely his property, and I am his sole heir.
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Author George Leite


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