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            "description": "The H. Nakagawa collection consists of several photographs of the Japanese language school in Seattle, Washington, when it was used as a hostel for Japanese Americans immediately after World War II.",
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            "title": "Nishitani Collection",
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            "title": "Museum of History & Industry Collection",
            "description": "The collection of the Museum of History & Industry of Seattle, Washington, circa 1914-1940s, focuses on the mass removal of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island and Seattle, Washington. Staff photographers for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, a local newspaper, took all the photographs. There are also several images of prewar Nihonmachi and postwar memorial services for Nisei soldiers.",
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            "title": "National Archives and Records Administration Collection",
            "description": "The National Archives and Records Administration collection, 1940s, primarily focuses on the ten War Relocation Authority camps. The collection also documents the exploits of Nisei soldiers who served with the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion, and the Military Intelligence Service.",
            "extent": "720 photographic prints, black and white",
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            "title": "Seattle Buddhist Temple Archives Collection",
            "description": "The collection of the Seattle Buddhist Temple Archives, early 1900s-1940s, focuses on the Seattle Buddhist Temple and church-related activities such as picnics, entertainment, and the Bon Odori festival.",
            "extent": "32 photographic prints, black and white",
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            "contributor": "Seattle Buddhist Temple Archives",
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            "title": "Wing Luke Asian Museum Collection",
            "description": "The photographs in the collection of the Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle, Washington, 1920s-1940s, focus primarily on oyster farming and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. The images from Minidoka include barracks, schools, and leisure activities such as sports and arts and crafts.",
            "extent": "54 photographic prints, black and white",
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            "contributor": "Wing Luke Asian Museum",
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            "title": "Washington State Historical Society Collection",
            "description": "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.",
            "extent": "1 photographic print, black and white",
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            "contributor": "Washington State Historical Society",
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            "title": "Seattle Japanese Language School Collection",
            "description": "The Seattle Japanese Language School collection contains photographs of the pre-World War II Japanese Language School in Seattle, Washington.",
            "extent": "8 photographic prints, black and white",
            "links_children": "ddr-densho-43",
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            "contributor": "Seattle Japanese Language School",
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            "model": "collection",
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            "title": "K. Ross Toole Archives, University of Montana at Missoula",
            "description": "The collection of the K. Ross Toole Archives, University of Montana, contains photographs of the Department of Justice internment camp at Fort Missoula, Montana.",
            "extent": "3 photographic prints, black and white",
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            "contributor": "K. Ross Toole Archives, University of Montana at Missoula",
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            "model": "collection",
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            "title": "UW Nikkei Alumni Association Collection",
            "description": "The UW Nikkei Alumni Association collection contains photographs of Japanese American student groups at the University of Washington both before and after World War II.",
            "extent": "4 photographic prints, black and white",
            "links_children": "ddr-densho-45",
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            "contributor": "UW Nikkei Alumni Association",
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            "title": "J. Egashira Collection",
            "description": "The J. Egashira collection, early 1900s-1930s, contains images from Days, Washington. This collection documents the work and leisure activities of the Nakashima family, who owned a dairy farm.",
            "extent": "5 photographic prints, black and white",
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            "contributor": "Densho",
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            "title": "Seattle Times Collection",
            "description": "The Seattle Times collection contains articles about Japanese Americans published in the Seattle Times newspaper between 1900 and 1949. The articles were selected by Densho staff and downloaded from the Seattle Times website. They appear to have been originally scanned from microfilm. Cropped versions of each article as well as the original full page are available.",
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            "model": "collection",
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            "title": "Sato Collection",
            "description": "The Sato collection consists of three photographs from the personal family collection of Rick Sato, who was interviewed by Densho in 1998.",
            "extent": "3 photographic prints, black and white",
            "links_children": "ddr-densho-60",
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            "contributor": "Densho",
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            "title": "Hayashida Collection",
            "description": "The Hayashida Family collection includes photos and documents showing daily life of the Nishinaka family, including Fumiko Nishinaka Hayashida and siblings on Bainbridge Island before the war, documents related to the disposition and caretaking of the Fumiko and Saburo Hayashida property while the family was interned at Manzanar and Minidoka, correspondence with friends and family on Bainbridge Island as well as with other internees.  A set of documents is included from the National Archives at Riverside California relating to the incarceration of “alien enemies” at Tuna Canyon Immigration Detention Station in California. Fumiko Hayashida was interviewed by Densho in 1998.  The collection also includes a small album of photos from 1952.",
            "extent": "Acquisition 1: 9 photographic prints, color and black and white. Acquisition 2:  1 photo album, 9 original WRA documents and personal letters, 1 3\" binder w/ original and NARA copies of WRA documents and camp correspondences, 1 1.5\" binder w/ documents.",
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            "title": "Watanabe Collection",
            "description": "The Watanabe collection consists of photographs from the personal family collection of Edith and Harvey Watanabe, who were each interviewed separately by Densho in 1996.",
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            "contributor": "Densho",
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