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    "title": "Yuriko Domoto Tsukada Collection",
    "description": "This collection consists of Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto)’s photographs, correspondences, personal records, diaries, and Granada (Amache) Camp Administrative Records related to the Social Welfare Department. \r\nPhotographs in this collection are of the Domoto and Tsukada families before 1941.\r\nThe correspondences are to Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto) from friends and family while she was held in Merced Assembly Center and Granada (Amache) and in the years following her resettlement on the East Coast predominantly between 1942 and 1946. Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto) received letters from her husband Richard “Dick” Hiroshi Tsukada when they were dating in 1943 and 1944 when he left Granada (Amache) to find work.  Additionally, Richard and Yuri lived apart in 1946 when he moved to New Rochelle, New York and Yuri attended Simmon's College in Boston. Additionally, Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto) received letters and artwork from longtime friend, artist Mine Okubo between 1948-1994 and kept several programs from art shows of Mine Okubo's work.  To learn more about Mine Okubo see <a href=\"http://encyclopedia.densho.org/Mine_Okubo/\">http://encyclopedia.densho.org/Mine_Okubo/</a> and to see more of her work visit Riverside Community College <a href=\"http://library.rcc.edu/riverside/okubo/\">http://library.rcc.edu/riverside/okubo/</a> and the Japanese American National Musuem <a href=\"http://www.janm.org/collections/mine-okubo-collection/\">http://www.janm.org/collections/mine-okubo-collection</a> which both hold physical collections of Mine Okubo's work. Yuri Tsukada wrote frequently to her brother Kaneji Domoto, and that correspondence can be found in the Kaneji and Sally (Fujii) Domoto Collection (ddr-densho-329) <a href=\"http://ddr.densho.org/ddr-densho-329/\">ddr.densho.org/ddr-densho-329</a>. \r\nYuriko Tsukada's (nee Domoto) diaries date from 1927 through 1943. \r\nHer personal records range from accounting books to school reports to personal legal documents to documents and letters related to the Domoto Bro's Nursery that her father, uncle and eldest brother managed; broadly from the 1910s through the 1940s.   She also kept meeting minutes from the Committee of Immigrant Serving Agencies from December 1941 to February 1942 and case notes from Japanese Americans seeking assistance following the bombing of Pearl Harbor.\r\nThe Administrative Records are from Yuriko Tsukada's (nee Domoto) time as a Social Worker at Granada (Amache) and at Merced Assembly Center.  These records include: internal memos regarding office work, blank forms, social welfare worker’s studies, resettlement efforts, family reunification polices, and the transfer of individuals from Tule Lake to Amache.",
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    "record_created": "2018-03-09T14:30:05",
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    "contributor": "Densho",
    "acqinfo": "Ken Tsukada\r\n506 Green Lake Rd, Catskill, NY, 12414\r\n518-943-6885, [email protected]",
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    "userrestrict": "All the items related to Mine Okubo (ddr-densho-356-600 through ddr-densho-356-671) have been made pubic but copyright restricted.  Densho attempted to locate Mine Okubo's family to discuss sharing this collection of artwork through the Densho Digital Repository.  Per Mine's obituary in the New York Time and Washington Post, Mine never married or had children, both only listed her sister Yoshi Tanaka as her family.  Yoshi Tanaka has a memoral website at <a href=\"http://www.yoshi-tanaka.memory-of.com/\">www.yoshi-tanaka.memory-of.com/</a>.  However, the contact website manager form is broken and would not send any emails.  Mine Okubo's artwork is housed at Riverside Community College and the Japanese American National Museum, to whom direct inquiries about use/copyright could be sent.",
    "prefercite": "Courtesy of the Yuriko Domoto Tsukada Collection, Densho",
    "bioghist": "Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto) was born on April 6, 1945 in Oakland, California to Kanetaro “Thomas” Domoto and Teru Domoto (nee Morita).  Yuri was the youngest of eight children.  Her father ran a nursery with his brother(s) in the Bay Area.  Yuri attended Roosevelt High School in Oakland and graduated in 1931 and then attended the University of California, Berkeley graduating in 1935.  Yuri worked as a social worker in Alameda County until 1942 when she was incarcerated at Merced Assembly Center with her father and older sister Wakako Domoto.  From Merced she was transferred to Granada (Amache) where she worked as a social worker inside the camp.  She met her husband Richard “Dick” Hiroshi Tsukada at Granada (Amache).  The couple married on September 26, 1944 in Boston, Massachusetts where Yuri had started attending Simmons College for her Master’s Degree in Social Work.  Richard moved to New Rochelle not long after to find work in New York City.  He lived with Yuri’s older brother Kaneji Domoto and his family.  In 1946 after Yuri graduated from Simmons she moved to New Rochelle.  She worked as a social worker in New York City and established the first Emergency Room Rape Crisis Program in New York State the 1970s at Jacobi Hospital.  Yuri passed away in 2004.",
    "scopecontent": "This collection consists of Yuriko Tsukada (nee Domoto)’s photographs, correspondences, personal records, diaries, and Granada (Amache) Camp Administrative Records related to the Social Welfare Department.",
    "relatedmaterial": "Kaneji and Sally (Fujii) Domoto Collection (ddr-densho-329) <a href=\"http://ddr.densho.org/ddr-densho-329/\">ddr.densho.org/ddr-densho-329</a>",
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