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Tsutakawa Company photo (ddr-densho-128-130)
img Tsutakawa Company photo (ddr-densho-128-130)
Tsutakawa Company was an import-export business located in Seattle. Back row (L to R): Masao Tsutakawa, Thomas Tsutakawa, Masuo Tsukinari, Mr. Y. Shimada, Mr. H. Tahara, Toshio Shima, Mina Kimura, Frank Kubo, Shozo Wakamatsu, Marion Tsutakawa, Yuzuru Omi. Front row (L to R): Bob Tsutakawa, Mrs. Kubo, Hideko Tsutakawa, Mrs. J. Tsutakawa, Geo. Tsutakawa, Mr. J ...
Group in front of the Oriental Trading Company (ddr-densho-353-161)
img Group in front of the Oriental Trading Company (ddr-densho-353-161)
Toyo Boeki Kaisha (the Oriental Trading Co.) was established in 1898, at 212 5th Avenue S. A note on the back indicates that the photo was taken "before 1920 when CT died on a trip to New York."
Furuya Company building (ddr-densho-128-55)
img Furuya Company building (ddr-densho-128-55)
Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
President Katsuko Nakata with father and buyers (ddr-densho-353-160)
img President Katsuko Nakata with father and buyers (ddr-densho-353-160)
Note on back: "H. I. Hakins of the Geo. Bush Company, Katsuko Nakata, Charles Pollock, Masahachi Nakata."
A group of Furuya Company employees (ddr-densho-353-147)
img A group of Furuya Company employees (ddr-densho-353-147)
Furuya employees had a once-a-year company outing to the Furuya Resort House at Crystal Springs on Bainbridge Island.
Japanese trade delegation (ddr-densho-109-69)
img Japanese trade delegation (ddr-densho-109-69)
This was the first Japanese trade delegation to Seattle and Tacoma, Washington.
Furuya Co. employee with truck (ddr-densho-128-53)
img Furuya Co. employee with truck (ddr-densho-128-53)
Frank Kubo, a Furuya Company employee, stands in front of the company truck. Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
Issei men in office (ddr-densho-128-83)
img Issei men in office (ddr-densho-128-83)
(translated caption): First shipment at Nishimura office.
Tsutakawa Company photo (ddr-densho-128-134)
img Tsutakawa Company photo (ddr-densho-128-134)
Tsutakawa Co. employees in front of Jin Tsutakawa's home in Seattle. Back row (L to R): Mr. K. Tsuji, Mr. F. Moriguchi, Mr. Geo. Tsutakawa, Mr. Frank Kubo, Miss M. Kimura, Thomas Tsutakawa, James Tsutakawa. Front row (L to R): Mrs. Moriguchi, Mrs. M. Tsutakawa, Hideko Tsutakawa, Mr. Jim Tsutakawa, Mr. Geo. Tsutakawa, Bob Tsutakawa ...
Furuya Company building (ddr-densho-128-54)
img Furuya Company building (ddr-densho-128-54)
Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
Man next to Furuya Co. truck (ddr-densho-128-69)
img Man next to Furuya Co. truck (ddr-densho-128-69)
Koichi Sawa stands in front of the Furuya Company truck. Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
Furuya Co. employee with truck (ddr-densho-128-52)
img Furuya Co. employee with truck (ddr-densho-128-52)
Masaru Harada, a Furuya Company employee, stands in front of the company truck. Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
A group in front of the Furuya dormitories (ddr-densho-353-152)
img A group in front of the Furuya dormitories (ddr-densho-353-152)
The dormitory was at 9th and Spruce Street. "A long uphill walk from 2nd."
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