Buddhism

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Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
img Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
Front (left to right): Miye Ishikawa, Sachiko Sumioka, and Yoshi Asaba. Back: Yoshiko Tsuji, Nobi Ishida, Fumi Okimoto, Yae Kanogawa, and T. R. Goto.
Buddhist funeral service (ddr-densho-23-18)
img Buddhist funeral service (ddr-densho-23-18)
The Seattle Buddhist Temple is still located in the Nihonmachi area of Seattle, which is now known as the International District.
Buddhist parsonage (ddr-densho-109-45)
img Buddhist parsonage (ddr-densho-109-45)
This was the first Buddhist parsonage in Tacoma, Washington.
Reverend at a Buddhist church dedication (ddr-densho-109-25)
img Reverend at a Buddhist church dedication (ddr-densho-109-25)
Reverend J. Yuhawa is at the dedication of Tacoma, Washington's first Buddhist church.
Lotus group (ddr-densho-128-137)
img Lotus group (ddr-densho-128-137)
The Lotus group was an association of young members of Seattle's Buddhist Church. This photo was taken after a Lotus performance at Nippon Kan Theatre.
Seattle Buddhist Church ceremony (ddr-densho-128-122)
img Seattle Buddhist Church ceremony (ddr-densho-128-122)
This ceremony involved moving the Buddha statue from the old church at 1020 Main St. to the new building at 1427 Main St.
Funeral service (ddr-densho-128-139)
img Funeral service (ddr-densho-128-139)
Funeral service for Kenjiro Kano held at the Auburn Buddhist Church.
Photograph album dedicated to Bussei soldiers in World War II (ddr-densho-328-535)
doc Photograph album dedicated to Bussei soldiers in World War II (ddr-densho-328-535)
A photograph album created by the Ogden Y.B.A. (Young Buddhists Association) chapter and dedicated to the Bussei veterans who fought in World War II.
Friends playing baseball (ddr-densho-328-491)
img Friends playing baseball (ddr-densho-328-491)
Caption in album: "'Ogden Y.B.A. Outing / 1948 / Catcher' Mits Koga / 'Batter' Hisa Kano."
Dec.-Jan. 1947-1948
doc Dec.-Jan. 1947-1948 "Bussei Hi Lites" (ddr-densho-328-534)
An Ogden Y.B.A. (Young Buddhists Association) chapter newsletter recapping 1948.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 10 (March 8, 1968) (ddr-pc-40-10)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 10 (March 8, 1968) (ddr-pc-40-10)
Selected article titles: "Despite war, pacification on" (p. 1), "Negro ghettos still hear detention camp rumors" (p. 1), "Nisei to be elevated bishop of Buddhist Churches of America" (p. 1), "California Fair Housing Act still subjected to repeal tries" (p. 1), "Asian war babies now coming of age" (p. 1), "Nisei groups duty-bound to correct misstatements ...
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