Identity and values
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 6 (August 8, 1986) (ddr-pc-58-31)
Selected article titles: "Hawaii Has Too Many AJA Teachers and Administrators, Committee Concludes" (p. 1), "Anti-Asian Violence" (p. 6), "Nikkei Parenting" (pp. 6-7), and "U.S./Japan Relations" (pp. 7-8).
vh Tokio Hirotaka - Toshio Ito - Joe Matsuzawa Segment 14 (ddr-densho-1000-23-14)
Issei family and community values
vh Akiko Kurose Interview II Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-42-1)
Positive memories of childhood
Mrs. Kurose was undergoing treatment for cancer and required frequent breaks and medication to help her with pain management.
img Three Nisei children in Phoenix, Arizona (ddr-densho-242-11)
Caption by Ike Hatchimonji: "Phoenix, Arizona. Mike and Ike with friend Teruko Yoshiga."
img Japanese American family preparing for the journey to the Pomona Assembly Center (ddr-densho-242-4)
Caption by Ike Hatchimonji: "May 1942 - El Monte, California - In front of family store. Hatchimonji family about to leave for the Pomona Assembly Center then the WRA camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming. L-R: Tasuke Ike, Megumi Mike, Kumezo father, Nobue mother, and daughter Gloria, wearing the family ID tags."
img Taniguchi family (ddr-densho-252-4)
(Front row, left to right) Masaji Okura, Kosuye Okura, Jeanne (surname unknown), Ferry Hiroko Taniguchi nee Okura, Fred Wataru Taniguchi. (Back row, left to right) Alice Setsuko Taniguchi, Robert Iwao Taniguchi, Joanne (surname unknown), Sherry (surname unknown). Caption on Post-it: "Taniguchi Family: Alice, Bob, Joanne, Sherry; Grandpa & Grandma Okura; Jeanne; Mom (Ferry); Dad (Fred); L to R ...
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-252-44)
All unknown except Chioko nee Taniguchi holding her son (first woman on left holding a small boy) and the wife of Sukane (surname unknown - to the right of Chioko Taniguchi). Caption on Post-it: "Sukane-san's wife. He was Renzo's 2nd son. Chioko & her kid. She had 2 sons. She lives with her oldest son."
img Out with the kids (ddr-densho-252-80)
(Front row, left to right) Etsuko Taniguchi and unknown son of Chioko nee Taniguchi. (Back row, left to right) Chioko nee Taniguchi, Toshie Taniguchi, Keiko Taniguchi, and Shizuka Taniguchi. Caption on Post-it: "Chioko, Toshie (Shozo's wife), Shizuka (Uncle's wife), [Toshie's children] Etsuko and Keiko, Chioko's son."
img Group portrait (ddr-densho-252-24)
(Clockwise, from left) Unknown Yamada, Hitochi Yamada, unknown Kawaguchi, Kazu Taketani Taniguchi holding Fred Wataru Taniguchi. Caption from Post-it: "(top) Yamada, wife, Hitochi (His mother was Renzo's dau.). From Keigi, neighbor Kawaguchi. Kazu Taketani Taniguchi, Dad. In SF?"
img Japanese American family on a farm (ddr-densho-259-171)
Kay Yasui, Tsuyoshi (Ches) Yasui, Renichi Fujimoto, Masuo Yasui, and Michi Yasui sitting outside.
img Multi-generational family portrait in Japan (ddr-densho-259-534)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Portrait, presumably many of the extended Yasui clan in Nanukaichi, Japan. Prominent in the center is our uncle, Taiitsuro Yasui, and on his immediate right, his wife, Kameno Kawasaki Yasui. Our Yasui grandmother, Tsune [Tsuya?] Katayama Yasui, is on Taiitsuro's left. I think that that's Yasuo Yasui on Grandma Yasui ...
img Nisei brother holding baby sister (ddr-densho-259-479)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Roku [Yasui] holding a baby, Third Street home. Yuka [Yasui] has captioned this baby as being her, but I don't know how she knew this, because the baby's back is to the camera. Maybe it's because this baby was wearing such a huge and baggy diaper that you can ...
img Japanese American siblings at Nanukaichi, Japan (ddr-densho-259-4)
Roku and Michi Yasui at Nanukaichi, Japan.
img Family at Miyajima, Japan (ddr-densho-259-294)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi, Fumi and Saburo Miyake at Miyajima, Japan, with the famous 'floating' torii [gate] in the background. This is considered to be one of the 3 most famous scenic views in Japan."
img Two Nisei girls and a white girl in kimono (ddr-densho-259-233)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi and Yuka [Yasui] in kimono and zori (Japanese sandals) with a Caucasian girl [Bette Miller], also in kimono, between them."