Mamiya Collection ddr-densho-13

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Sagamiya confectionery (ddr-densho-13-1)
img Sagamiya confectionery (ddr-densho-13-1)
The Sagamiya confectionery was located at 524 Main Street in the area previously known as Nihonmachi, now Seattle's International District. Sagamiya closed in the early 1970s. Left to right: Yoshi Mamiya, Shuzo Asaba, Nobujiro Shibata, Kinzo Asaba, and Rick Mamiya.
Three Issei men and child outside the Mitsuwado store (ddr-densho-13-2)
img Three Issei men and child outside the Mitsuwado store (ddr-densho-13-2)
Mitsuwado was located at 522 Main Street in Seattle's Nihonmachi, or Japantown. The store sold a variety of items including books, records, record players, and fishing tackle. Left to right: Kinzo Asaba (the store's owner), Mr. Osawa, unidentified, and unidentified.
Parade float (ddr-densho-13-3)
img Parade float (ddr-densho-13-3)
This float was sponsored by the Japanese Fishing Tackle Dealers Association (note the list of individual dealers on the left). Left to right: Kinzo Asaba, Mr. Yamada, unidentified, unidentified, Mr. Ideta, unidentified, Chiyo Asaba, Kiyo Harada, Shuzo Asaba, and Yayeko Asaba.
Community picnic (ddr-densho-13-4)
img Community picnic (ddr-densho-13-4)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Community picnic (ddr-densho-13-5)
img Community picnic (ddr-densho-13-5)
This is either a Japanese language school or kenjinkai picnic.
Footrace, community picnic (ddr-densho-13-6)
img Footrace, community picnic (ddr-densho-13-6)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Issei men playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-7)
img Issei men playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-7)
These Issei men appear to be competing over who can dress the fastest. This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Footrace, community picnic (ddr-densho-13-8)
img Footrace, community picnic (ddr-densho-13-8)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Issei men playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-9)
img Issei men playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-9)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Children playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-10)
img Children playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-10)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Children playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-12)
img Children playing a game at a community picnic (ddr-densho-13-12)
This picnic was sponsored by either a Japanese language school or a kenjinkai.
Envelope sent to an assembly center (ddr-densho-13-13)
doc Envelope sent to an assembly center (ddr-densho-13-13)
This envelope contained a letter sent by Yoshiko Tsuji Minato to Yoshi Asaba at the Puyallup Assembly Center.
Classical dance performance (ddr-densho-13-15)
img Classical dance performance (ddr-densho-13-15)
This dance performance took place at the Nippon Kan Theatre in Seattle's Nihonmachi (Japantown) area.
Two Issei men outside the Mitsuwado store (ddr-densho-13-16)
img Two Issei men outside the Mitsuwado store (ddr-densho-13-16)
The Mitsuwado store was located at 522 Main Street in Seattle's Nihonmachi, or Japantown. The store sold a variety of items including books, records, record players, and fishing tackle. The store's owner, Kinzo Asaba, is on the left.
Censored postcard from Japan (ddr-densho-13-22)
doc Censored postcard from Japan (ddr-densho-13-22)
This postcard was sent to Yoshi Asaba in Minidoka concentration camp from her mother, Iku Asaba, who was living in Kanagawa prefecture in Japan.
Camp meal ticket (ddr-densho-13-25)
doc Camp meal ticket (ddr-densho-13-25)
This meal ticket was required when a camp inmate wanted to eat outside his or her designated mess hall.
Camp Christmas card (ddr-densho-13-29)
doc Camp Christmas card (ddr-densho-13-29)
This is the interior of a Christmas card that was designed by a camp inmate.

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