Sawa Collection

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The Sawa collection, early 1900s-1930s, contains images from Days, Washington. This collection documents the work and leisure activities of the Nakashima family, who owned a dairy farm.

1925-1927

1925-1927

3 photographic prints, black and white

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Courtesy of the Sawa Family Collection

Copyright restricted
Copyright restricted

3 Objects

Dairy farm (ddr-densho-3-1)
img Dairy farm (ddr-densho-3-1)
Kamezo Nakashima (left) was born in Kanzaki-gun, Saga-ken, Japan, in 1886. He and his wife, Miye, operated a 1,300-acre dairy farm. Days, Washington, no longer exists. This site is currently near the town of Arlington in Snohomish County.
Friends on dairy farm (ddr-densho-3-2)
img Friends on dairy farm (ddr-densho-3-2)
Kamezo and Miye Nakashima operated a large dairy farm in Days, Washington. The Nakashimas had eleven children, nine of whom lived in the United States. Seven of those children are pictured here (left to right): Ayako, Yoneo (Johnny), Masato, Teruyo, unidentified child, Tsutaye (Sue), Karoku (George), unidentified child, and Masumi. The man standing in the back ...
Dairy farmer and family (ddr-densho-3-3)
img Dairy farmer and family (ddr-densho-3-3)
Kamezo Nakashima and his wife, Miye, ran a large dairy farm (1.300 acres) in Days, Washington. Kamezo Nakashima (right) is pictured here with six of his eleven children (left to right): Teruyo, Karoku (George), Yoneo (Johnny), Tsutaye (Sue), Masato, and Masumi. Days, Washington, no longer exists. This site is currently near the town of Arlington ...
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