doc Brazil Gets First of Japanese Emigrants (June 5, 1913) (ddr-densho-56-235)
The Seattle Daily Times, June 5, 1913, p. 16
doc Japanese in Brazil. (March 17, 1915) (ddr-densho-56-264)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 17, 1915, p. 6
doc Photograph and article regarding Kocho Otani in Brazil (ddr-njpa-4-1902)
Article title [translation]: "The head is moved by 400,000 overseas countrymen in Brazil. Archbishop Otani and his wife come to Hawaii."
doc Article regarding Katsuo Okazaki (ddr-njpa-4-2013)
Article title [translation]: "Japan's Foreign Minister Here, Brazil Bound."
vh Sachi Kaneshiro Interview Segment 2 (ddr-manz-1-67-2)
Family background: some family members settled in Brazil
vh Gordon Hirabayashi Interview I Segment 3 (ddr-densho-1000-17-3)
Attending a conference about Japanese migration to Brazil
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 86, No. 22 (June 9, 1978) (ddr-pc-50-22)
Selected article titles: "Gov't Study Shows Up Bias Against Asians in Highway Construction Work" (p. 1); "JACL Launches New Anti-Kenzo Campaign" (p. 1); "Japanese in Brazil Celebrating 70th Year" (p. 1).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 101 No. 10 (September 6, 1985) (ddr-pc-57-35)
Selected article titles: "Brazil consul General Explains Why He Snubbed PANA Conference" (1); "Minidoka to be Site of Ceremony" (5); "No shortage of Topics for 'Asians Now'" (6)
img Jose Maria Cantilo, Roberto Maria Ortiz, and Osvaldo Aranha (ddr-njpa-1-1010)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Brazilian Foreign Minister Vists Argentina. (Buenos Aires) Domei. Brazilian Foreign Minister Aranha visited Buenos Aires in early February and met with several important Argentine officials including President Ortiz in the hopes of establishing a South American bloc and improving goodwill between Brazil and Argentina. Photograph: (sitting, from left) Argentine Foreign Minister Cantilo ...
img Clipping photo of the German cruiser Admiral Scheer (ddr-njpa-13-963)
Caption on front: "Nazi Battleship Reported in South Atlantic: Although not definitely established, it is believed the Nazi pocket battleship Admiral Scheer, above, attacked and sank the British steamer Clement off Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Survivors of the Clement reported the attack and said the ship was the Admiral Scheer."
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 63, No.3 (July 15, 1966) (ddr-pc-38-28)
Select article titles: "Reedley genetics graduate wins Dr. Nobe scholarship" (p. 1); "Isle Buddhists junk peace trip to S. Vietnam" (p. 1); "Nisei GI Cardiac Victim in Vietnam" (p. 2); "Brazil refuses entry of Japanese girls seeking husbands on basis of photo" (p. 3); "History project specialists to be at Confab" (p. 3).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 61, No. 5 (July 30, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-31)
Selected article titles: "President Johnson Lauds Work of Rep. Mink on Education Bill" (p.1), "First Nisei Combat Naval Pilot Decorated with Air Medal for North Vietnam Bombing" (p.1), "Happy Ending for Six Japanese-American War Orphans Enroute to Brazil Realized" (p.1), "Immigration Bill Reported" (p.2), "Most Negroes in Hawaii Conscious of their Racial ...
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2073 (December 14, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-49)
Selected article titles: "'Massive' Review of Iranian Students Challenged" (p. 1), "The Iranian Situation News Briefs: White House Appreciates JACL Support" (pp. 1, 4), "From the Midwest: The Invisible Woman: From Geisha to Feminist, Part Two" (p. 5), and "JACLers Visit South America: Counterpart in Brazil" (p. 8).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 77, No. 15, (October 12, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-40)
Select article titles: "Trace History of...Repeal of Lily-White Clause" (p.1); "Sen. Inouye to Address Kickoff Fete for JACL Bldg. Fund Drive" (p.1); "Legal Assistance Offered by MALDEF in Employment Discrimination Actions" (p.2); "Separate PSWDC Chapter Insurance Board Formed" (p.3); "Estimate 700,000 Nikkei in Brazil, Percentage in Agriculture Dwindles" (p.4).
img Visit to Karuizawa (ddr-one-2-174)
Black and white photographic print of Olinda Saito standing outside in plaid skirt and holding branch. Olinda was a Japanese citizen whose father was Japanese consul in Sao Paolo, Brazil, before WWII. He returned to Japan before WWII began. Donor met Olinda when Olinda began working as librarian at Detachment S, the officers school. Inscribed on ...
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 59, Vol. 12 (September 18, 1964) (ddr-pc-36-38)
Selected article titles: "First Test of Closed Primary in Hawaii Oct. 3" (p.1-2), "East Bay Voter Registration Bid Is Significant" (p.1), "Japanese American Groups and Leaders Go for 'No on 14'" (p.1), "Nisei Interpreters Lauded at 20th Anny. Reunion of Merrill's Marauders" (p.1), "430,135 Japanese Counted in Brazil" (p.1 ...
doc Rocky Shimpo Vol. 12, No. 4 (January 8, 1945) (ddr-densho-148-94)
Selected article titles: "11 Teams Enter NAU Basketball Games Circuit"; "PFC Winston Nakagawa Wounded in Europe"; "On the Other Hand"; "Nayes Stand Out"; "4-F Men Stream Into War Work"; "Chicagoans Ponder 'Returning Home'"; "Operate Tule"; "Position of 200,000 Japanese in Brazil Explained by Rockefeller"; "Fair Play Committee Will Call Conference"; "In Des Moines"; "Want Ads ...
img Olinda Saito's House (ddr-one-2-272)
Black and white photographic print of six individuals at Olinda Saito’s house posing at dining room table: from left- Shiuko Sakai, Olinda Saito, Raymond Funakoshi, Tami Okamura, Olinda’s mother and an unidentified woman. Olinda was a Japanese citizen whose father was Japanese consul in Sao Paolo, Brazil before WWII. He returned to Japan before ...
img Easter Sunday (ddr-one-2-205)
Black and white photographic print of Josephina Saito (Olinda Saito’s sister) wearing black skirt suit with white gloves, holding purse, and standing in front of building on Easter Sunday. Olinda was a Japanese citizen whose father was Japanese consul in Sao Paolo, Brazil, before WWII. He returned to Japan before WWII began. Donor met Olinda ...