Industry and employment
doc Eleven Women Become Doctors. State Board of Medical Examiners Announce That 53 Applicants Have Passed Severe Tests. (July 11, 1915) (ddr-densho-56-267)
The Seattle Daily Times, July 11, 1915, p. 22
img Japanese American Registered Nurse (ddr-densho-109-52)
Katsuko Watanabe, the first Japanese American Registered Nurse in the United States.
img Doctor poses with his office sign (ddr-densho-359-1013)
The sign reads "K. Iwasa, M.D. Physician & Surgeon".
img A group in front of Nihon Byoin (ddr-densho-353-99)
Nihon Byoin (Japanese hospital) was begun as the Reliance hospital in 1913 at 12th Avenue and King Street by private subscription.
img Dr. and Mrs. Haruaki Kurata in their living room (ddr-densho-353-173)
A note on the back reads: "Sent patients to Nihon Byoin before he left to practice in Tacoma."
doc Letter to Kinuta Uno at Tule Lake concentration camp (ddr-densho-324-15)
Correspondence from Kinuta Uno's daughter regarding a job offer in Philadelphia.
doc Invoice from Carter Products, Inc. (ddr-densho-319-496)
Invoices for liver and nervine pill purchases made by T.K. Pharmacy from Carter Products, Inc.
doc Letter sent to T.K. Pharmacy from Topaz concentration camp (ddr-densho-319-1)
Requet for medicine for sinus problem.
doc Invoice from A. Carbone & Company (ddr-densho-319-502)
Invoice for a whiskey, rum, and gin purchase made by T.K. Pharmacy from A. Carbone & Company.
doc Thank you letter sent to T.K. Pharmacy from Topaz concentration camp (ddr-densho-319-9)
Thank you for previous shipment. Would like to order mugwort and have it directly shipped to Poston.
doc Letter sent to T.K. Pharmacy from Topaz concentration camp (ddr-densho-319-12)
Request for hair dye and wakamoto.
doc Invoice from Morey Mercantile Co. (ddr-densho-319-523)
Invoice for purchases made by T.K. Pharmacy from Morey Mercantile Co.