Community activities

Japanese Americans of the pre-World War II era, urban and rural dwellers alike, lived in tight-knit communities bound together by a wide variety of shared associations and institutions. In an era marked by pronounced anti-Asian racism, Japanese Americans in cities tended to live in segregated ghettoes. While discrimination was the reason for isolated Japanese American neighborhoods, the well-organized and tight-knit community provided a rich social and cultural foundation for the Japanese immigrants and their children.

Community activities (620)

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Modeling hat (ddr-jamsj-1-456)
img Modeling hat (ddr-jamsj-1-456)
A women's event being held at the Ninth Annual Landscape Gardeners Convention.
Room shot of the 20th Anniversary party (ddr-jamsj-1-627)
img Room shot of the 20th Anniversary party (ddr-jamsj-1-627)
The 20th Anniversary Commemoration-Installation Dinner at Hyatt House.
Speech (ddr-jamsj-1-646)
img Speech (ddr-jamsj-1-646)
The 20th Anniversary Commemoration-Installation Dinner at Hyatt House.
Harry, Sat, John, Fred, Geo, Sleepy, Chet, Switch, Tom (ddr-jamsj-1-151)
img Harry, Sat, John, Fred, Geo, Sleepy, Chet, Switch, Tom (ddr-jamsj-1-151)
Seventh Annual Landscape Gardener's Convention held in Southern California.
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