About Suzuki Roshi
Here are a few photos I had on hand. Soon I'll get all the photos from the book and lots more from Japan and America up here. I'll put in folks from Crooked Cucumber so you can see what they look like and even some of me.--DC, December 1998.
Photos from Crooked Cucumber - finally here May 19, 2012
Over 400 photos of Shunryu Suzuki at this link on shunryusuzuki.com - well presented and you can search and add notes
Same 400 photos of Shunryu Suzuki at this Flickr link but the shunryusuzuki.com link is better.
DC Family section has photos
New 11-07 - Tons of cuke photos on Picasa
3 photos - Soen, Watts, Snyder
6-22-13 - Shunryu Suzuki photo archive now has had a great deal of info entered under the photos thanks to Peter Ford who also created this excellent photo display. Lots of info still to ad and surely some corrections to make, but this is a big step. We've got this collection digitized due to the efforts some years ago, maybe ten, of Shinshu Roberts, who took the photos to Seattle or somewhere up there where a friend had a quality scanner. I'd added info to a small number of photos with the intention of getting back to that task before the end of time. In the current scanning of a backlog of materials, came upon a chart of the photos with explanations. Shinshu might have done this but I bet it was Bill Redican. Peter ran the PDF of that list through a OCR (optical character recognition) program and entered the data into the Shunryu Suzuki photo archive on Shunryu Suzuki dot com. It took some scattered villagers. Many more photos should be scanned in the SFZC catacombs and in scattered shoeboxes.. - dc
Click on photo thumbnails to enlarge and to read who's who
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