img Group in front of the Tacoma Hongwanji Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-321-956)
Caption in album: "'48 Washington / Kay, Kei, Ronny, & Maya."
img Brother and sister in front of the Tacoma Hongwanji Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-321-955)
Caption in album: "'48 Washington / Ronny & Maya Nishinaga."
img YBA Tacoma Baseball Team (ddr-one-1-28)
Black and white photographic negative of a Japanese American baseball team in uniforms that read "YBA". The team has been identified as from Tacoma, Washington. First from the right in the front row: Ted Taniguchi, First from the right in the back row: Stogie Kawabata.
img Tacoma Hongwanji Buddhist Church (ddr-csujad-25-340)
A group photograph of the funeral attendees taken in front of "Tacoma Hongwanji Buddhist Church", in Tacoma, Washington. It is probably taken in the early 1900s. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: jia_12_002
Collection Washington State Historical Society Collection (ddr-densho-42)
The collection of the Washington State Historical Society at Tacoma, Washington, contains a single photograph of Seattle's Nihonmachi, or Japantown, in the early 1900s.
vh Hideo Hoshide Interview I Segment 14 (ddr-densho-1000-184-14)
Growing up in Tacoma, Washington
vh Hideo Hoshide Interview I Segment 16 (ddr-densho-1000-184-16)
Community activities in Tacoma, Washington
vh Wesley K. Watanabe Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-166-1)
Family background: parents settled in Tacoma, Washington
vh Hideo Hoshide Interview I Segment 10 (ddr-densho-1000-184-10)
Returning to Tacoma, Washington, after living in Japan: attending school
vh Yaeko Nakano - Hiroshi Nakano - Kenichi Nakano - Stanley Nakano Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-70-1)
Diary entry: removal from Tacoma, Washington, and traveling to Pinedale Assembly Center
vh Yaeko Nakano - Hiroshi Nakano - Kenichi Nakano - Stanley Nakano Segment 3 (ddr-densho-1000-70-3)
Japanese Americans from Tacoma and Seattle, Washington, sent to different camps
vh Ron Magden Interview Segment 27 (ddr-densho-1000-162-27)
The process of writing Furusato, a history of the Japanese Community in Tacoma, Washington
img Buddhist church dedication parade (ddr-densho-109-49)
Dedication of the first Buddhist church in Tacoma, Washington. This parade began in the Red Room in the Hiroshima Hotel.
vh Ron Magden Interview Segment 25 (ddr-densho-1000-162-25)
Examining a book written by an Issei detailing the prewar history of the Japanese community in Tacoma, Washington
vh Ron Magden Interview Segment 26 (ddr-densho-1000-162-26)
Being asked to write a book on the history of the Japanese immigrants and Japanese Americans in Tacoma, Washington