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    "title": "Frank C. Hirahara Collection",
    "description": "Photographs taken by Frank C. Hirahara during the post-war resettlement years in Portland, Oregon. This collection includes over 1500 photographic prints, negatives, and 35mm color slides along with personal artifacts and other historical records. These newly discovered images focus on missing facets of Portland’s Japanese American community from 1948 - 1954, as well as Hirahara’s award winning artistic work as a board member of the Oregon Camera Club and a member of the Photographic Society of America and the Portland Photographic Society.",
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    "custodhist": "Photographs and negatives were kept in Frank Hirahara's possession until his death.  His daughter Patti Hirahara then donated his work to the Oregon Nikkei Endowment.",
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    "extent": "Over 1500 photographic prints, negatives, 35mm color slides along with personal artifacts and other historical records.",
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    "accruals": "Donated by Patti Hirahara on August 17, 2011, December 28, 2012, and May 20, 2015.",
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    "acqinfo": "Donated by Patti Hirahara on August 17, 2011, December 28, 2012, and May 20, 2015.",
    "scopecontent": "Frank photographed the Japanese American community of Portland, Oregon including their annual events such as, Obon, Obondori, Annual Buddhist Convention, Portland Rose Festival, and Oregon Camera Club Festival of Models.  He also photographed his friends trips to the Oregon Coast, parks and picnics.",
    "relatedmaterial": "Frank Hirahara's photographs of Heart Mountain can be found at Washington State University.",
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