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Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-701)
img Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-701)
Black and white photographic print of landscape and small building with sign reading “Jorgensen.”
Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-702)
img Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-702)
Black and white photographic print of George Nakamura, military linguist (standing), and (from left) Mrs. and Mr. Jorgensen seated on lounge chair with trees in background at Jorgensen property.
Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-704)
img Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-704)
Black and white photographic print of Jorgensen house’s side gable with lounge chair in foreground.
Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-703)
img Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-703)
Black and white photographic print of George Nakamura, military linguist (standing), and (from left) Shiuko Sakai and Mrs. Jorgensen seated on lounge chair at Jorgensen property.
Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-705)
img Visit to New York (ddr-one-2-705)
Black and white photographic print of Mr. Jorgensen standing with (from left) Mrs. Jorgensen and Shiuko Sakai seated on lounge chair
Domei Tsushin New York employee (ddr-njpa-4-1904)
img Domei Tsushin New York employee (ddr-njpa-4-1904)
An employee of Domei Tsushin New York Branch called at port on the Asama during a voyage to Japan.
Aerial view of New York City (ddr-densho-298-218)
img Aerial view of New York City (ddr-densho-298-218)
Caption in album: "[illegible] in New York, Feb. 48, taken from Rockefeller Center. Greater New York."
Aerial view of New York City (ddr-densho-298-220)
img Aerial view of New York City (ddr-densho-298-220)
Caption in album: "[illegible] in New York, Feb. 48, taken from Rockefeller Center. Manhattan."
Letter to Harold Ickes from the Mayor of New York (ddr-densho-67-106)
doc Letter to Harold Ickes from the Mayor of New York (ddr-densho-67-106)
Letter to Harold Ickes from the Mayor of New York regarding resettlement. The mayor is protesting the resettlement of Japanese Americans to New York. Suggests that there aren't enough police to monitor them and wants every Japanese American in New York to declare their loyalty.
Shichisaburo Makino, a New York World's Fair clerk (ddr-njpa-4-1022)
img Shichisaburo Makino, a New York World's Fair clerk (ddr-njpa-4-1022)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Shichisaburo Makino. New York World's Fair, Japan's Hall of Nations display. Clerk in charge of decoration. Visited on the way back home by Ryuden Maru."
Two articles with photos regarding New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-785)
doc Two articles with photos regarding New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-785)
Long article title [translation]: "Working for New York Consulate, Mr. Kenichi Moriwake returning home after 18 years"; Short article title [translation]: "Mr. Kenichi Moriwake landing in Honolulu on the way back to New York"
Two articles with photos regarding New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-786)
doc Two articles with photos regarding New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-786)
1940 article title: "Moriwake Here today Enroute to Orient"; 1941 article title: "E. K. Moriwake Back From Trip to Japan."
Kenichi Moriwake, a New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-782)
img Kenichi Moriwake, a New York Japanese Consulate employee (ddr-njpa-4-782)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Working for New York Consulate."
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