doc JACL Public Relations Committee final slogan suggestions (ddr-densho-280-51)
Letter from Peter Ohtaki encouraging his JACL (Japanese American Citizens League) Public Relations committee members to finalize their choices for the 17th Biennial National Convention slogan.
doc JACL National Convention Board Meeting minutes (ddr-densho-280-49)
Minutes from the seventh National Convention Board Meeting of the Japanese American Citizens League.
doc Letter of gratitude to Joe Hamanaka from Jim Matsuoka (ddr-densho-280-40)
Letter from James M. Matsuoka thanking Joe Hamanaka for sending a promotional material and congratulating him on submitting the winning JACL 17th Biennial Convention theme.
doc Letter enlisting Joe Hamanaka's help for JACL convention (ddr-densho-280-37)
Letter from James Matsuoka enlisting Joe Hamanaka to assist with public relations for the Japanese American Citizens League 17th Biennial Convention in the summer of 1962.
img Green Lake Young People's Club (ddr-densho-130-6)
Members of the Green Lake Seinenkai (young people's club), a social club primarily for Nisei in their teens and twenties. This club organized athletic, cultural, and social activities. Back row (L to R): Tadashi Kumagai, Toge Fujihara, Tak Nakawatase, Akira Kumasaka, Tom Nishitani, Naoshi Kumagai, Nobuo Tanagi, Nobi Yamada, Shuichi Abe. Middle row (L to ...
img Green Lake Japanese American community (ddr-densho-133-1)
Japanese Americans of the Green Lake neighborhood gather for a community picnic. Photo taken near North 105th & Meridian Avenue in Seattle, Washington.
img Girls in kimonos (ddr-densho-134-27)
Students of the Japanese Language School in North Seattle gather in the playground. The school was housed in the Green Lake Community Hall, located at North 100th and Corliss Avenue. The building was eventually enlarged as the program grew more and more popular. (L to R): Molly Kitajima, Michiko Nakawatase, Kazue Kitajima, Kazuko Sasaki, Chimiko Nakawatase ...
img Green Lake Sunday School (ddr-densho-134-26)
This Sunday school was started by three missionaries from the Seattle Japanese Baptist Church in the early 1920s. Back row (L to R): Miss Rumsey, Naoshi Kumagai, Kay Suzuki, Tadashi Kumagai, unidentified, Akira Kumasaka. Middle row (L to R): Tak Nakawatase, unidentified, unidentified, May Kumasaka, Kimi Taguchi, Ko Suzuki, unidentified. Front row (L to R): Sam ...
img Priest, nuns and women in front of fireplace (ddr-densho-330-47)
Caption on slide says: 1/19/38 Mothers Club intertains Mrs Yamada Contributor to Japanese Magazine for Women
img Men, women and children on steps and outside of Maryknoll (ddr-densho-330-49)
Caption on slide says: 1933 1st Communion