Hayashida Collection

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The Hayashida collection is comprised of personal photographs from the family of Fumiko Hayashia, who was interviewed by Densho in 1998.

1914-1991

1914-1991

9 photographic prints, color and black and white

Densho

Courtesy of the Hayashida Family Collection

Copyright restricted
Copyright restricted

9 Objects

Family reunion (ddr-densho-61-1)
img Family reunion (ddr-densho-61-1)
Fumiko Hayashida and her siblings. L to R: Nobuko, Fujio, Midori, Shigeko, Fumiko. All of Fumiko's other siblings had passed away at the time this photo was taken.
Portrait of three sisters (ddr-densho-61-3)
img Portrait of three sisters (ddr-densho-61-3)
L to R: Fujiko (5 yrs old), Fumiko (1 yr), Nobuko (3 yrs).
Three Girl Scouts (ddr-densho-61-4)
img Three Girl Scouts (ddr-densho-61-4)
Three girls in Brownie uniforms. L to R: Natalie (Hayashida) Ong, Jane (Kitamoto) Akita, Susan (Hayashida) Fujita.
Family picnic (ddr-densho-61-5)
img Family picnic (ddr-densho-61-5)
This family photo was taken at the Nishinaka family's picnic on Bainbridge Island.
Child born in a concentration camp (ddr-densho-61-6)
img Child born in a concentration camp (ddr-densho-61-6)
Fumiko Hayashida's son Satoru Leonard Hayashida at 100 days old. He was born August 15, 1942 in Manzanar concentration camp, California.
Japanese American soldier (ddr-densho-61-7)
img Japanese American soldier (ddr-densho-61-7)
Fumiko Hayashida's son, Leonard, in uniform while serving in the Vietnam War. He was twenty-five years old at the time the photo was taken, and was born in Manzanar concentration camp, California.
Japanese American couple with two grandsons (ddr-densho-61-8)
img Japanese American couple with two grandsons (ddr-densho-61-8)
Fumiko Hayashida with her husband and two grandsons: Richard on the left, Dennis on the right.
Woman and daughter looking at a photograph (ddr-densho-61-9)
img Woman and daughter looking at a photograph (ddr-densho-61-9)
Fumiko Hayashida (right) is looking at a photograph of herself taken during the 1942 mass removal of persons of Japanese ancestry from Bainbridge Island, Washington.
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