Ted Nagata Collection ddr-densho-162

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Jares Club (ddr-densho-162-1)
img Jares Club (ddr-densho-162-1)
The Jares Club was a YWCA group for young girls.
Imperial Hotel (ddr-densho-162-2)
img Imperial Hotel (ddr-densho-162-2)
The Imperial Hotel was operated by the Hatsuzo Murakami Family.
442nd Veteran's Post No. 9416 (ddr-densho-162-4)
img 442nd Veteran's Post No. 9416 (ddr-densho-162-4)
Included in photo: Hersh Aramaki, Bill Shimizu, Jeri Tsuyuki, Ted Yamashita, Wallace Doi, Seiko Arakaki, Tomi Nakano, Lyle Kurisaki, Jr.
Aloha Fountain (ddr-densho-162-5)
img Aloha Fountain (ddr-densho-162-5)
Aloha Fountain was a popular eating establishment in Salt Lake City's Japantown. Pictured are owners Wally and Mary Doi.
New Kimpa Cafe (ddr-densho-162-6)
img New Kimpa Cafe (ddr-densho-162-6)
The New Kimpa Cafe was located in Salt Lake City's Japantown. Pictured are Mary Doi and Kiyoko Nishida.
Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-7)
img Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-7)
100 South between West Temple and 100 West. This photo was taken just before demolition and construction of Salt Palace convention center.
Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-8)
img Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-8)
100 South between West Temple and 100 West. This photo was taken just before demolition and construction of Salt Palace convention center.
Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-9)
img Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-9)
100 South between West Temple and 100 West. This photo was taken just before demolition and construction of Salt Palace convention center.
Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-10)
img Salt Lake City's Japantown (ddr-densho-162-10)
100 South between West Temple and 100 West. This photo was taken just before demolition and construction of Salt Palace convention center.
Dawn Noodle (ddr-densho-162-13)
img Dawn Noodle (ddr-densho-162-13)
Proprietor Tomoye Morita (right) and Helen Utsumi.
Homecoming dinner for returning Nisei veterans (ddr-densho-162-14)
img Homecoming dinner for returning Nisei veterans (ddr-densho-162-14)
In attendance Governor Maw and LDS church president George Albert Smith. At microphone is Ben Kuroki.
Utah Nippon Wildlife Federation Float (ddr-densho-162-16)
img Utah Nippon Wildlife Federation Float (ddr-densho-162-16)
This float was featured in Ogden's Days of '47 Parade. In fishing gear: Chuichi Kawaguchi. Standing (L to R): Mr. Shimada, Dr. Yoshitaka, Mr. Clarence Uno, Mr. S. Yamaguchi, kneeling, Mr. Nakagawa. Children (L to R): Yuki Uno, Shuzo, Ray Uno, Tad Kawaguchi, Shinji Ichida, Tosh Sase, Shig Yokoyama, Shozo Sakurada, Wallace Uno.
Ogden Japanese Union Church members (ddr-densho-162-17)
img Ogden Japanese Union Church members (ddr-densho-162-17)
The photo was taken on the steps of the Ogden Post Office.
Layton Japanese School (ddr-densho-162-18)
img Layton Japanese School (ddr-densho-162-18)
Front (L to R): Tak Satomura, Mas Miyagishima, Mits Satomura, Shig Satomura, Jim Yamane, John Kikuchi, Toshiye Nishida, Haruye Kosaiku, Yaeko Kosaiku, Kimiye Satomura, Hayashi sensei, Fumi Kikuchi, Ruth Imada, Uta Tsujimoto, Masao Oda, Jane Nakaishi, Chiyo Oda, Hisaye Kariya. 2nd row (L to R): Yori Kosaiku, Tamao Kariya, George Kikuchi, Ben Tsujimoto, Jun Kikuchi, Shimako ...
Main Street (ddr-densho-162-21)
img Main Street (ddr-densho-162-21)
Salt Lake City's Main Street, looking north from 300 South.
Issei dentist's office (ddr-densho-162-23)
img Issei dentist's office (ddr-densho-162-23)
Dental office of Ogden issei pioneer Dr. Munagi Yoshitaka. A graduate of the Nippon Dental College in 1910, his practice extended from 1922 until 1980.

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