Donaldson, John (Chess Master) - 7

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5.1.2-TNT0069D

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Donaldson, John (Chess Master) - 7

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  • 01/23/1989 (Creation)

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(1883-Present)

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State Sen. Kent Pullen, left, got a lesson in chess from Soviet player Elena Akhmilovskaya and her husband John Donaldson after the pair testified before the Senate Committee on Law and Justice. Pullen, who happens to be the 1985 Washington State Chess Champion, is the chair of the committee. He supported a Senate resolution which asked the officials of the Soviet Union to allow Elena's 7-year-old daughter, Dana, to leave the Soviet Union and come to live with her mother in Seattle. Donaldson said that his wife would eventually apply for American citizenship.
Staff photo by Bruce Kellman

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Copyright of this image is held by the Tacoma News Tribune. This material may be used for the following purposes: public/community art, non-profit museum exhibition, and educational purposes. The following credit line is required:

Tacoma News Tribune, Image TNTxxxxx, Tacoma Public Library Northwest Room.

Permission for commercial uses must be secured through PARS International (https://www.parsintl.com/publisher/mcclatchy/).

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Copyright of this image is held by the Tacoma News Tribune. Permission for commercial uses must be secured through the Tacoma News Tribune.

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