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    "title": "Etsuko Osaki Collection",
    "description": "The Etsuko Osaki Collection is comprised of photographs from the personal family collection of Etsuko Osaki, a Japanese American who was interviewed by Densho in 2013. The photographs depict the lives of Etsuko's family during internment and after the war.",
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    "record_created": "2015-10-02T09:57:49",
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    "acqinfo": "Digital collection was acquired through loan of materials from Etsuko Osaki.\r\n12340 NE Hassalo St\r\nPortland, OR 97230\r\[email protected]",
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    "extent": "five photographs",
    "bioghist": "Etsuko (Ichikawa) Osaki was born on February 18, 1931 in Fresno, California. Her parents were Tatsuya and Yasashi Ichikawa. Her father was a Buddhist minister of the Nishi Hongwanji school of Jodo Shinshu. Her parents met and married in Japan 1928 before moving to the United States. In 1934 the family went back to Kobe, Japan for two years when Etsuko's paternal grandmother was ill. When the family moved back to the United States, they moved to Seattle, Washington and Tatsuya Ichikawa became the riban at Seattle Buddhist Church. Etsuko's father was arrested by the FBI in April 1942 and spent the next two years separated from the family in Department of Justice internment camps. Etsuko and her family were forced to evacuate Seattle and were taken to the Puyallup Assembly Center and then to Minidoka concentration camp. In 1944, the family reunited at Crystal City internment camp where they all stayed until the end of the war. Upon release from the camps the family moved back to Seattle. Etsuko completed high school and then went on to University of Washington and majored in home economics education and minored in music and art. Etsuko was married right after college graduation to a Hawaiian Nisei who was studying education in Oregon. They both would continue to teach and raise five children (Alan, Laura, Lynn, Jill, and Dean). Etsuko has remained active in her temple in Portland Oregon. She has gone on trips back to Japan to visit family and her family's temples. She has also gone on trips to find Camp Livingston where her father was interned as well as Crystal City reunions. Etsuko lives in Portland, Oregon.",
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    "processinfo": "Sara Beckman processed this collection in October 2015. Signed release form added to administrative tab in ddr-densho-310 (CC 8/29/2017)."
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