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Clipping regarding G. Ward Price (ddr-njpa-1-2467)
doc Clipping regarding G. Ward Price (ddr-njpa-1-2467)
Caption on front: "Mr. G. Ward-Price, director of the Daily Mail, London, and noted war correspondent, came to Japan by the Empress of Britain, which entered Kobe harbour on March 1."
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 47, No. 11 (September 12, 1958) (ddr-pc-30-37)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 47, No. 11 (September 12, 1958) (ddr-pc-30-37)
Select article titles: "Housing bias hits Minnesota Nisei, but public reaction comes to rescue" (p.1); "No school integration problem in Northwest, Seattleites welcome Hiroko from Kobe, Japan" (p.1); "Nisei in Canada in unique role to contribute to larger cultural pattern of their country" (p.3)

Narrator Charles Olds

White male. Born 1913 in Karuizawa, Japan, to missionary parents. Attended Canadian school in Kobe, Japan, before coming to the United States with his older brother. He attended the University of Chicago School of Social Work, then volunteered to work for the War Relocation Authority (WRA). He later worked as a relocation officer in the concentration …
Letter from American President Lines to Mrs. Sei Hamada and Miss Miyoko Yasuda, May 14, 1954 [in Japanese] (ddr-csujad-5-298)
doc Letter from American President Lines to Mrs. Sei Hamada and Miss Miyoko Yasuda, May 14, 1954 [in Japanese] (ddr-csujad-5-298)
Contains SS President Cleveland boarding information and a postcard with the illustration of the SS President Cleveland Wilson ship. It addresses Mrs. Sei Hamada and Miss Miyoko Yasuda in Tottori, Japan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: oki_06_14_001-003
Clipping photograph of the French ship Primauguet (ddr-njpa-13-648)
img Clipping photograph of the French ship Primauguet (ddr-njpa-13-648)
Caption on front: "The French Warship Primauguet, with Admiral Berthelot, Commander of the French Far Eastern Squadron, arrived at Kobe on May 15."
Clipping photograph of the German ship Koln (ddr-njpa-13-954)
img Clipping photograph of the German ship Koln (ddr-njpa-13-954)
Caption on front: "The German Training Ship Koeln[sic], with Commander Schniewind, arrived at Kobe on June 29. Celebrating the visit of the German warship, this paper issued a 'welcome' number."
Kohei Murakoso and his fiancee (ddr-njpa-4-1155)
img Kohei Murakoso and his fiancee (ddr-njpa-4-1155)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Athlete Murakoso, who runs alone, is getting married. The bride is Yasuko Kamibayashi. (Kobe) December 20, 1939. The world famous long distance runner Murakoso is getting married. He did his best living by himself, believing "a life is also run alone," until he was 25 years old, but he found a new …
Minanogawa Tozo (ddr-njpa-4-957)
img Minanogawa Tozo (ddr-njpa-4-957)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "(Osaka) August 6, 1938. Minanogawa, who now has great fame as the founding(?) Yokozuna, came back in the sun from a month-long trip for an Imperial Army inquiry on the continent. On the 16th at 7:30 a.m. he arrived at Kobe Bay by a ferryboat sailing between Japan and Manchuria. The hugest …
Tamaki Miura posing with flowers (ddr-njpa-4-939)
img Tamaki Miura posing with flowers (ddr-njpa-4-939)
Editor's note on reverse: "Make the face as big as possible." Caption on reverse [translation]: "June 1932. Kobe. Tamaki Miura."
Kohei Murakoso and his wife in their wedding ceremony (ddr-njpa-4-1156)
img Kohei Murakoso and his wife in their wedding ceremony (ddr-njpa-4-1156)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Wedding ceremony of athlete Murakoso at Ikuta Shrine in Kobe. (Kobe) February 21, 1940. The world famous long distance runner, athlete Murakoso (36) -- a sales department employee at Kawasaki Aircraft Industries -- was married by matchmakers Masayuki[?] Nemoto, who is the executive of the company, and Mrs. Nemoto, at Ikuta Shrine …
A secretary (ddr-njpa-4-1416)
img A secretary (ddr-njpa-4-1416)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "(Kobe) September 14, 1938. An energetic girl involved in [?]. In the last ten days of May, former Hyogo prefecture [?] Department typist Hitsuko Niki (25) will go to German as a secretary. This is an important mission given by Mr. Shigenari. He is known as the first [?] in Germany at …
Manzanar Free Press Vol. II No. 59 (December 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-125-87)
doc Manzanar Free Press Vol. II No. 59 (December 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-125-87)
Selected article titles: "Substitute for Charter is Discussed" (p. 1), "Watch Inflammables!" (p. 1), "Kobe Teacher Speaks on Japan" (p. 1), "Church Collects Toys for Center" (p. 1), "Intelligence School Hails Fourteen Nisei and Kibei" (p. 1), "Report Stove Cleaning to Warehouse" (p. 1), "Legal Group Sentences Violators" (p. 1), "Counsel Body to be Formed" (p. …
Charles Olds Interview (ddr-densho-1000-121)
vh Charles Olds Interview (ddr-densho-1000-121)
White male. Born 1913 in Karuizawa, Japan, to missionary parents. Attended Canadian school in Kobe, Japan, before coming to the United States with his older brother. He attended the University of Chicago School of Social Work, then volunteered to work for the War Relocation Authority (WRA). He later worked as a relocation officer in the concentration …
Helen Keller and Polly Thomson sitting on the deck of a ship (ddr-njpa-1-755)
img Helen Keller and Polly Thomson sitting on the deck of a ship (ddr-njpa-1-755)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "'Farewell' to the Miracle Saint with Golden Thoughts in Our Hearts. (Yokohama) August 11, 1937. Helen Keller, the saint of three burdens, departed from Kobe aboard the Yusen Chichibu Maru on the 10th to return to America with her secretary Ms. Thomson. The ship entered Yokohama port at 12 a.m. on the …
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