Primary education (23)
img Elementary school class (ddr-densho-34-48)
Front row (left to right): Akira Sakuma, unidentified, Masakatsu (Bear) Omoto, unidentified, unidentified, Shig Moritani, and Peter Ohtaki. Second row: Toshio Chihara, unidentified, Toshio Terashita, Masa Chihara, George Terashita, unidentified, unidentified, and unidentified. Third row: unidentified, unidentified, Yae Yamashita, unidentified, unidentified, Elsie Amatatsu, and Michi Yamashita. The teacher is unidentified.
doc Envelope and three letters to Dr. Keizaburo "Kei" Koyama from Koyama family (ddr-one-5-1)
White envelope addressed to Mr. Kei Koyama in Missoula, Montana, from the Koyama family in Portland. The envelope is postmarked December 31, 1941. A purple "CENSORED" stamp is on the front of the envelope. Inside the envelope are three letters from Kei's daughter, Miriam Kiyo Koyama; his son, William Koyama; and his wife, Teru Koyama ...
img Cascade Elementary School class (ddr-densho-113-45)
First row, third from the right: Tetsumasa Uyeda.
img Roosevelt Grade School third grade rhythm band (ddr-densho-62-6)
Edith Watanabe is the triangle player in the bottom left corner. She doesn't remember anything about being in that band. Top row, L to R: Herbert Miller, Norman Grimbly, Claude Young, Helen Reed, Willie Sue Young, Billie Stinchey, June Elstead, Elsie Ovenall, Jack Stinchey, Louise Neff, Milton Reed. Middle row, L to R: Helen Lay ...
doc 320 Bailey Gatzert Jap Pupils Face Unfinished School Term (March 23, 1942) (ddr-densho-56-705)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 23, 1942, p. 2
doc Postcard to Dr. Keizaburo "Kei" Koyama from Marie (ddr-one-5-5)
One cent postcard addressed to Dr. K. Koyama at Fort Missoula with no return sender. Postmarked Jan. 28, 1942. Purple "Examined" stamp in the upper left corner signed in red pencil. On the back, purple "Examined" stamp over center of text; postage cancellation in lower left corner. The message talks about his daugher Kiyo and wife ...
doc New Building Opened. Bailey Gatzert Building Opens Its Doors. With Half Dozen Exceptions Its 500 Pupils Are Chinese and Japanese. (December 12, 1921) (ddr-densho-56-367)
The Seattle Daily Times, December 12, 1921, p. 5
doc Postcard to Dr. Keizaburo "Kei" Koyama from Teru Koyama (ddr-one-5-6)
One cent postcard addressed to Dr. Kei Koyama at Fort Missoula from his wife, Teru Koyama, in Portland. The address on the front of the postcard is typed. Postmarked Feb 4, 1942. Censored stamp on the front, with an unknown signature in red pencil. Typed message on the back updates Kei about the children, her health ...
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 80, No. 13 (April 4, 1975) (ddr-pc-47-13)
Selected article titles: "To the Point: On Being Responsive" (p. 1), "Teacher Manual on Nikkei Being Drafted' (p. 1), "National Dialogue: National Advocacy" (pp. 1-2), and "Emotion-Based Problems Among Nikkei Male on Mainland High" (p. 3).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 80, No. 5 (February 7, 1975) (ddr-pc-47-5)
Selected article titles: "Hiring Ban on Illegal Aliens: Proposal Gets Top Priority in House Judiciary Committee, Vows Rodino" (p. 1), "Interracial Marriages Among Nikkei Rising" (p. 1), "Japanese Studies at Primary Levels Proves Popular in S.F. (p. 3), and "$1-Billion Hawaii Native Claims Settlement Bill Re-Introduced" (p. 6).