Uyeda Groves Collection ddr-densho-113

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46 items
Family on the beach (ddr-densho-113-1)
img Family on the beach (ddr-densho-113-1)
(L to R): Sachiko Nakai, Nobue Nakai, Mr. Nakai, Junko Nakai, Takashi Nakai, Mrs. Nakai.
Portrait of father and son (ddr-densho-113-3)
img Portrait of father and son (ddr-densho-113-3)
This photo shows Masajiro Uyeda and his son Yoichi. Masajiro immigrated from Japan to Vancouver, BC in 1900 and eventually made his way to Rock Springs, Wyoming where he worked as a coal miner. His other sons joined him in 1912. (L to R): Photographer, Masajiro Uyeda, Yoichi Uyeda.
Family home in Japan (ddr-densho-113-4)
img Family home in Japan (ddr-densho-113-4)
This home belonged to the Uyeda family. (L to R): Kimiye Uyeda, Tetsu Uyeda, Yorito Uyeda.
Family home in Japan (ddr-densho-113-5)
img Family home in Japan (ddr-densho-113-5)
This home belonged to the Uyeda family. (L to R): Masato Uyeda, Yorito Uyeda, Yoichi Uyeda.
Storefront (ddr-densho-113-6)
img Storefront (ddr-densho-113-6)
The Uyeda family operated this store out of their home.
Elementary school class photo (ddr-densho-113-9)
img Elementary school class photo (ddr-densho-113-9)
Second row, 7th from the left: Tetsumasa Uyeda, Fumi's second oldest brother. He died in 1936.
Sun Rise Pool Hall (ddr-densho-113-10)
img Sun Rise Pool Hall (ddr-densho-113-10)
This pool hall was owned and managed by Masato Uyeda (left). Masato immigrated to the US in 1912 and worked in the coal mines and on the railroad before opening this pool hall.
Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-12)
img Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-12)
These Issei men worked together on the railroads and in the coal mines in Wyoming.
Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-13)
img Wyoming baseball team (ddr-densho-113-13)
These Issei men worked together on the railroad in the coal mines in Wyoming.
Flag ceremony (ddr-densho-113-14)
img Flag ceremony (ddr-densho-113-14)
These children are watching a flag ceremony near the elementary school in Minidoka concentration camp.
Family portrait (ddr-densho-113-16)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-113-16)
Portrait of the Uyeda family in front of their home in Japan. Front row (L to R): Kimiye, unknown, Tetsu, Masato. Second row (L to R): Tsunematsu, Masajiro, unknown.
Family home (ddr-densho-113-17)
img Family home (ddr-densho-113-17)
Masato Uyeda sits in the window of his house in Hiroshima, Japan.
Family portrait (ddr-densho-113-20)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-113-20)
The Uyeda family poses in front of their home in Hiroshima, Japan. Front row (L to R): Masato, Masaharu, Tetsu. Second row: Yorito.
Issei man and son in front of home (ddr-densho-113-28)
img Issei man and son in front of home (ddr-densho-113-28)
Masajiro immigrated from Japan to Vancouver, BC in 1900 and eventually made his way to Rock Springs, Wyoming where he worked as a coal miner. His son Masato joined him in 1912. (L to R): Masajiro Uyeda, Masato Uyeda.
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-31)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-31)
This funeral is for Masamori Uyeda who passed away at the age of eight.
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-32)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-32)
This funeral is for Tetsumasa Uyeda who caught tuberculosis while living in Japan. His mother, Ayako, and sister, Fumiko, brought him back to Seattle, but he died a few months later.
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-34)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-34)
This funeral is for Masamori Uyeda who passed away at the age of eight.
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-35)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-35)
This funeral is for Tetsumasa Uyeda who contracted tuberculosis while living in Japan. His mother, Ayako, and sister, Fumiko, brought him back to Seattle, but he died a few months later.
Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-36)
img Funeral for a young boy (ddr-densho-113-36)
This funeral is for Tetsumasa Uyeda who contracted tuberculosis while living in Japan. His mother, Ayako, and sister, Fumiko, brought him back to Seattle, but he died a few months later.

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