Funerals

Funerals (138)

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Instructions to an Issei man regarding the burial of his son (ddr-densho-25-62)
doc Instructions to an Issei man regarding the burial of his son (ddr-densho-25-62)
Mitsuo (Mike) Iseri, son of Matahichi and Kisa Iseri, was killed in action during the war. Matahichi Iseri was instructed to fill out a form entitled "Application for Final Disposition of Remains."
Obon (ddr-densho-34-32)
img Obon (ddr-densho-34-32)
The Japanese American community gathers at a cemetery in Port Blakely, Washington, for Obon, a Buddhist ceremony honoring deceased ancestors.
Funeral inside the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-13)
img Funeral inside the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-13)
The memorial service for Genji Ishikawa in the original Seattle Buddhist Church at 1020 Main St.
Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-24)
img Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-24)
Reverend Tesho Matsumoto presiding over Tora Migita's funeral. Reverend Matsumoto, leader of the Wapato Buddhist Church, spoke in defense of his community's loyalty to the United States and removed the swastika image that had formerly adorned the church facade. Prior to its appropriation by Adolph Hitler (1889-1945), the swastika was used by a wide ...
Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-23)
img Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-23)
Reverend Tesho Matsumoto presiding over the funeral. Reverend Matsumoto, leader of the Wapato Buddhist Church, spoke in defense of his community's loyalty to the United States and removed the swastika image that had formerly adorned the church facade. Prior to its appropriation by Adolph Hitler (1889-1945), the swastika was used by a wide variety of ...
A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-20)
img A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-20)
Writing on headstone: "In Memory of Deceased 1942-1945 Tule Lake WRA."
A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-27)
img A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-27)
Writing on headstone: "In Memory of Deceased 1942-1945 Tule Lake WRA."
A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-13)
img A memorial headstone at Linkville Cemetery (ddr-densho-294-13)
Writing on headstone: "In Memory of Deceased 1942-1945 Tule Lake WRA."
The Northwest Times Vol. 2 No. 51 (June 16, 1948) (ddr-densho-229-119)
doc The Northwest Times Vol. 2 No. 51 (June 16, 1948) (ddr-densho-229-119)
"Memorial Services to Honor War Dead This Sat., June 19" (pg. 1), "U. of W. Gives Diplomas to Nisei Grads" (pg. 6)
Funeral service (ddr-densho-162-28)
img Funeral service (ddr-densho-162-28)
This funeral service was for Saburo Ichimura, who was killed in a robbery. His child, Utahko Ichimura, born in 1909, is believed to be the first Nisei born in Utah.
The Northwest Times Vol. 2 No. 49 (June 9, 1948) (ddr-densho-229-117)
doc The Northwest Times Vol. 2 No. 49 (June 9, 1948) (ddr-densho-229-117)
"Remains of Five Nisei War Dead Due Here Next Wednesday, June 16; Pallbearers, Wreath Bearers Listed" (pg. 1)
The Northwest Times Vol. 1 No. 49 (July 15, 1947) (ddr-densho-229-36)
doc The Northwest Times Vol. 1 No. 49 (July 15, 1947) (ddr-densho-229-36)
"Accept Business Permit Applications to Japan" (p. 1), "JACL Goes Ahead to Speed Plans to Honor Nisei at Arlington" (p. 1), "Commons OK's Board to Sift Ouster Losses" (p. 1).
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-32)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-32)
This funeral is for Tetsumasa Uyeda who caught tuberculosis while living in Japan. His mother, Ayako, and sister, Fumiko, brought him back to Seattle, but he died a few months later.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-114-742)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-114-742)
This memorial service took place at the Public Safety Building in Seattle as part of the National Nisei Veterans Reunion.
Nisei War Memorial Monument (ddr-densho-114-602)
img Nisei War Memorial Monument (ddr-densho-114-602)
Dr. Kelly Yamada of the JACL presenting a wreath at Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, Washington.
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