Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge Island (49)

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Bainbridge Island, Washington

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Bainbridge Gardens grocery store (ddr-densho-34-13)
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Bainbridge Gardens had a store, gas station, and a nursery to serve the Japanese American community.
Two women in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-34-16)
img Two women in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-34-16)
Yaeko Yamashita and Fujiko Koba in the Japanese garden at Bainbridge Gardens.
Dorothy Almojuela Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-1001-29-5)
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"Adopting" youngest brother

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Dorothy Almojuela Interview Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1001-29-7)
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Bainbridge Island's Japanese American community

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Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-12)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-12)
Bainbridge Gardens consisted of a grocery store, nursery, and gas station.
Baseball team (ddr-densho-34-27)
img Baseball team (ddr-densho-34-27)
The baseball team from Bainbridge Island played other Japanese American teams from the greater Seattle area.
Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-17)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-17)
Bainbridge Gardens consisted of a nursery, grocery store and a gas station.
Children in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-34-14)
img Children in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-34-14)
The Harui and Seko children in the Japanese garden next to the nursery and store at Bainbridge Gardens.
Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-8)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-8)
Bainbridge Gardens consisted of a nursery, grocery store and gas station.
Dorothy Almojuela Interview Segment 3 (ddr-densho-1001-29-3)
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Moving to Bainbridge Island to pick strawberries with grandmother

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Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-10)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-10)
Bainbridge Gardens was located on Miller Bay Road. The business included a nursery, gas station and grocery store.
Children's Orthopedic Guild bazaar (ddr-densho-34-52)
img Children's Orthopedic Guild bazaar (ddr-densho-34-52)
Mary Koura and fellow Children's Orthopedic guild members during a fundraising event. The Nisei women formed their own guild in 1948.
Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
img Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
Japanese Americans walk down the Eagledale ferry dock to catch a special ferry to Seattle.
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