K. Murakami Collection

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ddr-densho-117

The K. Murakami collection consists of two photographs of children in Seattle's prewar Nihonmachi, or Japantown, neighborhood.

c.1920s-1930s

c.1920s-1930s

2 photographic prints, black and white

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Courtesy of the Kazuo (Gus) Murakami Collection

Copyright restricted
Copyright restricted

2 Objects

Four children in Nihonmachi, or Japantown (ddr-densho-117-1)
img Four children in Nihonmachi, or Japantown (ddr-densho-117-1)
This photo was taken next to the Osaka Hotel, which was located on 308 Fifth Avenue South. (L to R): Mits, Shiz and Kaz Murakami and Emio (friend).
Two children at a Nihonmachi, or Japantown, market (ddr-densho-117-2)
img Two children at a Nihonmachi, or Japantown, market (ddr-densho-117-2)
This market was located on Fifth and Main Street. (Front to back): Kaz and Yosh.
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