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Post  Robert J. Baran on Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:48 pm

Please see the first draft of our latest page, A Schematic of the Lineage of Some of Our Teachers, http://www.phoenixbonsai.com/Days/Teachers.pdf .

So far this is just based on material from our grand masters' bios and the Bonsai Book of Days project http://www.phoenixbonsai.com/Days/Days.html et al. I am aware that there are many, many names missing from this first listing, especially in the John Naka line. I also realize that many of us have had multiple sensei we've studied under. I would appreciate your input. This obviously will quickly grow to multiple pages. That is expected. New lines not shown here are also needed. Share with us the information and I'll fit it all in.

A single vertical line indicates a biological connection between student and teacher; double vertical lines indicate non-biological connection.

Thank-you.

Robert J. Baran
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Re: Teacher Lineage

Post  JamesJ on Mon Jan 31, 2011 7:20 pm

You should add Ryan Neil. Under Masahiko Kimura, I believe.

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Post  Tony on Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:30 pm

JamesJ wrote:You should add Ryan Neil. Under Masahiko Kimura, I believe.

good Call!

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Re: Teacher Lineage

Post  Billy M. Rhodes on Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:44 pm

In Florida and on tropicals - Jim Smith as a teacher of Jim Vanlandingham.

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