Frank Sato Collection

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The Frank Sato collection is composed of photographs and documents belonging to Frank Sato, former Inspector General for the both Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. During his post-federal career, Frank Sato played an active role in the redress movement, serving as the President of the Japanese American Citizen League from 1984-1986. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs shared between various White House officials during the administrations of Presidents Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan, many of which are personally addressed to the collection's namesake. The majority of these objects date between 1979 and 1988. Additional materials include Frank Sato's personal family photographs and his U.S. Air Force service portrait.

1955-1988

1979-1988

Densho

Courtesy of the Frank Sato Collection, Densho

149 Objects

Former Congressmen Frank Horton Jack Brooks (ddr-densho-345-3)
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Official White House Photograph of Former Congressmen Frank Horton (R-NY) and Jack Brooks (D-TX)
Frank Sato on stage with Former President Ronald Reagan (ddr-densho-345-4)
img Frank Sato on stage with Former President Ronald Reagan (ddr-densho-345-4)
Official White House Photograph of Frank Sato with Former President Ronald Reagan
Frank Sato Dept. of Transportation appointment (ddr-densho-345-6)
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Frank Sato posing with Brock Adams during his appointment to the position of Inspector General with the U.S Dept. of Transportation
Frank Sato with Former Congressman Frank Horton and Ruby Moy (ddr-densho-345-9)
img Frank Sato with Former Congressman Frank Horton and Ruby Moy (ddr-densho-345-9)
Frank Sato with Former Congressman Frank Horton and Ruby Moy at the signing of the Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week

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