This page was first made in 1998 and most the photos below were put there then. There are photos all over cuke.com and some are linked to from here. There's a much larger presentation on shunryusuzuki.com
Over 400 photos of Shunryu Suzuki at this link on shunryusuzuki.com - well presented and you can search for words in captions with names and add notes
Another newer photo page on shunryusuzuki.com with links to other pages of photo collections including hundreds of stills from the video.
Photos from Crooked Cucumber (posted here May 19, 2012)
Earliest Tassajara group photo from the fall, 1967
Portraits (not photos)
Bill Schwob's Photo Essay of Rinsoin, Zounin, and Shoganji
DC Family section has photos
3 photos - Soen, Watts, Snyder
famous to us photo of Shunryu Suzuki taken by Rowena (Leary) Pattee Kryder
Suzuki with other Bay Area Buddhist priests and others early sixties at Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco plus comments by Andrew Main. - posted 12-12-14
photo is of Suzuki in Japan at his temple, Rinsoin - looks like he's dressed as a pilgrim or takuhatsu (monk's begging). Used here cause it was on the CTR site. Guess it's with the photo archive at shunryusuzuki.com - dc
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10-21-14 - John Nelson, the USF Buddhism etc prof whose Bali blog was featured yesterday wants to know who that is to the left of Shunryu Suzuki in this photo and also I'd like to know who that is behind him. I keep thinking his name is Larry. The SFZC has used this photo numerous times through the years. It's SR0120 on shunryusuzuki.com.
1-28-2020 - Yahudah lan Winter writes: Was drawn to a book while visiting a friend in Eugene. Hippie Chick by Ilene English. On page 163 she has this photo and identifies the man next to Roshi as Lenny who she eventually married. I contacted her and she said his name is Larry Whitney and he recently had his 80th birthday and now lives in Ashland, Oregon.
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Please send any answer to this query to dchad at cuke dot com. Thanks, dc