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Washington Hotel (ddr-densho-34-45)
img Washington Hotel (ddr-densho-34-45)
The two-story Washington Hotel (left) was started in about 1900 by Hanjiro Kono and was later operated by Sohichi Shigemura. The Ikuta Barber Shop is behind the community bulletin board along the walkway. Port Blakely is located on the southeast end of Bainbridge Island, Washington.
Auburn, Washington (ddr-densho-201-342)
img Auburn, Washington (ddr-densho-201-342)
Caption on front: "Auburn, Washington. Population 5000. 1946."
McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington (ddr-densho-37-840)
img McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington (ddr-densho-37-840)
Original caption: View showing auto shop - machine shop as constructed in 1934 -- note old bachelor officer quarters at right.
New Washington Oyster Company (ddr-densho-15-92)
img New Washington Oyster Company (ddr-densho-15-92)
Oyster companies, such as New Washington, hired many Japanese American workers during the harvesting season.
University of Washington diploma (ddr-densho-241-1)
doc University of Washington diploma (ddr-densho-241-1)
University of Washington diploma mailed to the graduate at Tule Lake
McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington (ddr-densho-37-842)
img McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington (ddr-densho-37-842)
Original caption: A view of the oiginal #1 cell house and officers quarters.
New Washington company truck (ddr-densho-39-24)
img New Washington company truck (ddr-densho-39-24)
Before World War II, Japanese Americans worked in the oyster farming business in the Puget Sound area.
New Washington Oyster Company (ddr-densho-39-48)
img New Washington Oyster Company (ddr-densho-39-48)
Japanese Americans were active in oyster farming in the Puget Sound area before World War II.
New Washington Oyster company truck (ddr-densho-39-23)
img New Washington Oyster company truck (ddr-densho-39-23)
Original museum description: Photograph, black and white glossy of a building of an oyster farm complex and a truck backed into the doorway of the building. The truck's sign says "New Washington Brand Oysters." The photo has a smudge mark on the building's roof and is turning brown. This might be at Willapa Bay ...
Washington State Historical Society Collection (ddr-densho-42)
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.
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