doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2050 (July 6, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-26)
Selected article titles: "U.S. Leadership May Be Compromised: Eskimo Whaling vs. Moratorium Major IWC Issue" (pp. 1, 5), "East Wind: A Point of View: Redress" (p. 4), "From the Frying Pan: Tragedy of Vietnam's 'Boat People'" (p. 5), and "Pacific Sq. Marks Tanabata" (p. 8).
img Baseball team (ddr-densho-25-5)
Baseball teams from different Buddhist churches competed against one another during the early 1930s. The teams were often created by the Young Buddhist Association (YBA). The team on the left is from Tacoma; the team on the right is from the White River Valley. Left to right (starting with the ninth man from the left): Reverend ...
doc "Tiger Sluggers Seek Second Victory Of Season Against Strong Cleveland Aggregation Tonight At Georgetown" (ddr-densho-280-108)
"Broadway Whims" article on upcoming baseball game between the Broadway Bengals and the Cleveland Eagles.
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 18 (May 4, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-67)
Selected article titles: "Baseball Season Opens Tomorrow: Director to Throw First Ball" (p. 1), "War Dept.: 442nd Makes Big Gains in Italy" (pp. 1-2), "Center Firemen Help Quell Tule Lake Fire" (p. 1), and "'May Day' Set for This Sunday" (p. 4).
img Courier League baseball team (ddr-densho-34-79)
The Bainbridge Courier Class A baseball champions for 1939. Back row, left to right: Mac Hamamura, Mo Nakata, Sam Nakao, Nobuichi Moritani, George Okazaki, Bill Okazaki, Taketo Omoto. Center row, left to right: Seiji Okazaki, Nabo Okazaki, Nob Oyama, Shig Furuta, Ichiro Nagatani. Front row, left to right: Kiyo Nagatani, Ken Nakata.
doc Japanese Back From Sojourn In Homeland (December 31, 1933) (ddr-densho-56-441)
The Seattle Daily Times, December 31, 1933, p. 31
img Green Lake Juniors baseball team (ddr-densho-134-36)
This juniors baseball team was formed in the 1930s for younger players who could not compete in the older leagues. They played against teams from Tacoma, Bellevue, Bainbridge Island, White River Valley, and Seattle.
img Baseball player catching a fly ball (ddr-densho-18-84)
Toshi Yamanaka at Columbia playfield.
doc "Horse-Hiders Prime For Initial Tilt With Ballard" (ddr-densho-280-56)
"Broadway Whims" article on Broadway High's upcoming baseball game against Ballard High Beavers.
doc "Indians Make Tea For Cats At W.S. Today" (ddr-densho-280-90)
"Broadway Whims" article on the Broadway Bengals baseball team's upcoming game against the West Seattle Indians.
doc What's in a Name, Asks Asahi Manager. Japanese Ball Players Sorrowfully Discover Limitations of Liberty Park. (October 27, 1918) (ddr-densho-56-315)
The Seattle Daily Times, October 27, 1918, p. 21
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 1 (January 4, 1957) (ddr-pc-29-1)
Selected article titles: "Best kept secret from Mike Masaoka was his appearence on 'This Is Your Life as a background recalled by George Inagaki" (p. 1), "Personal Sago of Mike Masaoka Unfolds on TV" (p. 1), "Nisei Organization Play Key Role in Developing Leadership" (p. 1), "Nisei reputation in Japan" (p. 2), Mistreatment of Koreans by ...
img Green Lake championship baseball team (ddr-densho-136-36)
This Green Lake Baseball Team beat White River 19-18 to win the 1934 Fourth of July Baseball Tournament. Back row (L to R): Mr. Kanno, Grandpa Mochizuki, Mr. Hayashi, Mr. Kawachi, Mr. Shimizu, Mr. Ito, Mr. Fukano, Mr. Yamada, Sumio Mochizuki (utility), Naoshi Kumagai (outfield), Mr. Y. Kumasaka, Mr. Tada, Mr. Tanagi, Mr. S. Kumasaka, Mr ...