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Chicken house (ddr-densho-359-300)
img Chicken house (ddr-densho-359-300)
Caption under the photograph in the album "Chicken house in the making"
Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-359-691)
img Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-359-691)
Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Ochi Studio Seattle, Wash." The caption written beneath the photograph states the date "Sept 20 1931" and also a caption in Japanese.
High school graduation announcement (ddr-densho-359-9)
doc High school graduation announcement (ddr-densho-359-9)
Alice Kawamoto's graduation annoucement. She graduated valictorian of her class.
Portrait of a girl (ddr-densho-359-231)
img Portrait of a girl (ddr-densho-359-231)
Caption under the photograph in the album "Pauline 1928 'sweet fifteen' graduation".
Picnic (ddr-densho-359-152)
img Picnic (ddr-densho-359-152)
Members of the Kawamoto family enjoying watermelon at a picnic.
Japanese American woman (ddr-densho-359-383)
img Japanese American woman (ddr-densho-359-383)
The caption under the photograph in the album "Chiyo Takami of Spokane".
Letter from James Albert
doc Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to Kida family (ddr-one-3-69)
Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to Kay, George and Kida (Kenjiro Kida) dated February 6, 1944. Al writes that Mrs. Sidney Miller and Sadie McCoy wanted to get Sarah "Sade" Pyatt out of the hospital and send her to live with the Kida family in Eastern Oregon. Al told them that George was going into ...
Miyuki
img Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-80)
One copy of a color studio portrait photograph of Miyuki "Kay" Kida taken in celebration of her 89th birthday.
Envelope from Sarah
doc Envelope from Sarah "Sade" Pyatt to Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-37)
Envelope addressed to Miyuki "Kay" Kida in Nyssa, Oregon, from Sarah "Sade" Pyatt. Postmarked January 25, 1943.
Family in front of house (ddr-one-3-86)
img Family in front of house (ddr-one-3-86)
Color polaroid photograph of George Kida's family visiting from Japan standing in front of the Kidas' house on Pucker Huddle Road in White Salmon, Washington. Top left corner is damaged.
Petition (ddr-one-3-11)
doc Petition (ddr-one-3-11)
Typed petition asking for an exemption from Executive Order 9066 on behalf of Kenjiro, Kay, and George Kida living in White Salmon, Washington. Signed by 67 members of the White Salmon community.
Letter from James Albert
doc Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to George Kida (ddr-one-3-39)
Letter and envelope addressed to George Kida in Nyssa, Oregon, from James Albert "Al" Johnson. Letter dated February 23, 1943, envelope postmarked February 25, 1943. James Albert "Al" Johnson brought a letter from George to a banker (Mr. Barton) in regards to the possibility of a loan for George. He believes that the loan is a ...
Museum Musings and letter from Merna DeBolt to Keith McCoy (ddr-one-3-112)
doc Museum Musings and letter from Merna DeBolt to Keith McCoy (ddr-one-3-112)
Photocopy of the column "Museum Musings" written by Merna DeBolt in the "Skamania County Pioneer Newspaper" published January 12, 2000. The column, which is written by the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center, talks about the experiences of Japanese American families along the Columbia River during WWII and discusses how John Dickey helped take care of farms for ...
Citizenship essay (ddr-one-3-115)
doc Citizenship essay (ddr-one-3-115)
Photocopy of a handwritten essay on citizenship written by George Kida, c.1930-1933. Essay covers right, privileges and duties of citizens.
George M. Kida: the rest of the story (ddr-one-3-106)
doc George M. Kida: the rest of the story (ddr-one-3-106)
Typed copy of Keith McCoy's obituary of George Kida as well as a photocopy of the published version of the obituary. For clipping of published version please see ddr-one-3-105.
Letter from Sarah
doc Letter from Sarah "Sade" Pyatt to Kida family (ddr-one-3-43)
Envelope addressed to Miyuki "Kay" Kida in Nyssa, Oregon. Letter from "Grandma" (Sarah "Sade" Pyatt) to her "children" (the Kida family) dated April 13, 1943. She wishes the war would end so they can come home. Asks Kay to not send her any more dresses. Asks if they got the ten dollars she sent them the ...
Miyuki
img Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-131)
One copy of a color studio portrait photograph of Miyuki "Kay" Kida taken in celebration of her 89th birthday. Inscribed on the back "#11."
Kenjiro Kida in field (ddr-one-3-78)
img Kenjiro Kida in field (ddr-one-3-78)
Black and white photograph of Kenjiro Kida standing next to a sapling in a field. Above his head is written "Kida" in red ink. On the back is written "Kenjiro Kida" in pencil.
Letter from Vickie Waldron to Kida family (ddr-one-3-57)
doc Letter from Vickie Waldron to Kida family (ddr-one-3-57)
Envelope addressed to Miyuki "Kay" Kida in Nyssa, Oregon. Letter from Vickie Waldron, signed "Aunt Vickie," to the Kida family, addressed as "friends," dated December 9, 1943. Writes that she and Ethel planned on visiting Sarah "Sade" Pyatt, but thought it might upset her to not be able to go home with them. Later told they ...
Envelope from Sarah
doc Envelope from Sarah "Sade" Pyatt to Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-34)
Envelope addressed to Miyuki "Kay" Kida in Nyssa, Oregon, from Sarah "Sade" Pyatt. Postmarked January 5, 1943.
Letter to George Kida from John McEwen (ddr-one-3-15)
doc Letter to George Kida from John McEwen (ddr-one-3-15)
Letter and envelope addressed to George Kida from John McEwen, a lawyer with McEwen & Brooks law firm located in Goldendale, Washington. He sent George his deed from Mr. James Albert (Al) Johnson and George's will.
History of Japanese Americans in the Columbia River Gorge (ddr-one-3-114)
doc History of Japanese Americans in the Columbia River Gorge (ddr-one-3-114)
Typed history of the experiences of Japanese Americans in the Columbia River Gorge. Written by Keith McCoy.
Letter from George Kida to Sarah
doc Letter from George Kida to Sarah "Sade" Pyatt (ddr-one-3-24)
Letter from George Kida, addressed to "Grandma" (Sarah "Sade" Pyatt). George writes that there had been a misunderstanding about his mother, writing that Mrs. Pyatt had wrote that his mother "was in the worst scrape of any of us" and so had assumed she was ill. He called the Krogmans for news of his mother, who ...
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