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    "title": "Kosai-Takemoto Collection",
    "description": "The Kosai-Takemoto Collection includes photos from the Kosai family and Japanese American community in Tacoma, Washington before the war. There are several photos of Eiko and Ken at Tule Lake, including their wedding. Redress and reparations documents to the descendants of Masa Kosai are included.",
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    "unitdateinclusive": "1917-1962",
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    "acqinfo": "Acquired by Danielle Higa and Judy Takemoto Buckles",
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    "prefercite": "Courtesy of Judy Takemoto Buckles, Densho",
    "bioghist": "Suejiro and Masa Kosai managed the Grand Hotel in Tacoma in the years before the war.  Their two daughters, Aiko (sometimes written Eiko) and Mary were raised there.  The family was relocated to Tule Lake Camp in 1942.  Aiko met and married Ken (?) at Tule Lake 1943.  After the war, the Kosais relocated to Michigan.\r\nKosai family collection - forty-nine (49) photographs (Tacoma, WA, Pinedale, Tule Lake, Minidoka) - original japanese passports for Masa + Suejiro from Shiga, Jpn.\r\nSuejiro Kosai, his wife Masa Kosai (Redress document + registration certificate included)\r\nShinya Kosai (Father of Suejiro)\r\nAiko (Eiko) Kosai, daughter of Suejiro + Masa - Judy's mother\r\nMary Kosai - Aiko's younger sister, 2nd daughter of Suejiro + Masa\r\nAiko + husband Ken married at Tule Lake - May 5, 1943\r\nMany photos were taken  in Tacoma, WA. Kosai family went to Pinedale assembly ctr., Tule Lake + Minidoka",
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