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[Two grave markers in Japanese cemetery] (ddr-csujad-29-95)
img [Two grave markers in Japanese cemetery] (ddr-csujad-29-95)
Photograph of two grave markers in a cemetery. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: P010
An Oral History with Craig Kei Ihara (ddr-csujad-29-1)
av An Oral History with Craig Kei Ihara (ddr-csujad-29-1)
Oral history with Craig Kei Ihara, Sansei and California State University, Fullerton philosophy professor, born at the Rohwer incarceration camp, Arkansas discusses family history, focusing on religion, education, aspirations, and cultural heritage; and recent overnight stay at old Rohwer campsite. This oral history was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project for the Center for …
Brief outline of Japanese history (ddr-csujad-48-71)
doc Brief outline of Japanese history (ddr-csujad-48-71)
A brief chronology of Japanese history starting from the "Mythological Period" to pre-World War II era. Section headings include: Mythological Period, Prehistoric Period, Imperialistic Period, Heian Epoch or Fujiwara Bureaucracy, Geunfei Era, Hojo Tyranny, Ashikaga Anarchy, Civil Strife, Takugawa Shogunate, and Meiji Era. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: …
Card from Japanese couple (ddr-densho-259-228)
img Card from Japanese couple (ddr-densho-259-228)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "This is a reproduced photograph on a card, of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kawabe. At the top of this card is a handwritten notation that says, To Mr. and Mrs. Yasui. Underneath that, there is a caption that says 'In Gratful (sic) Memory of Our Visit to America[']...I strongly suspect that this …
Formal portrait of a Japanese man (ddr-densho-259-239)
img Formal portrait of a Japanese man (ddr-densho-259-239)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Formal portrait of our oldest uncle on [Masuo Yasui's] side, Taiitsuro Yasui. Taiitsuro is wearing the formal haori (formal Japanese outer jacket), but the Yasui family crest, which is a tachibana (stylized tangerine blossom), can't be seen."
Family portrait in Japanese cemetery (ddr-densho-259-241)
img Family portrait in Japanese cemetery (ddr-densho-259-241)
Portrait of the Miyake family in a cemetery in Japan, including Hisa Fujii Miyake and Saburo Miyake. A Shinto priest wears a lacquered hat and holds a wooden baton (shaku).
Okayama Castle in Japan (ddr-densho-259-548)
img Okayama Castle in Japan (ddr-densho-259-548)
Okayama Castle in Okayama prefecture, Japan. Japanese caption: Okayama-ken Tenshu Kaku.
Mt. Washu in Japan (ddr-densho-259-547)
img Mt. Washu in Japan (ddr-densho-259-547)
Mt. Washu in Shimotsui, Okayama prefecture, Japan.
Japanese man and woman reading in a garden (ddr-densho-259-238)
img Japanese man and woman reading in a garden (ddr-densho-259-238)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Japanese print, showing a Japanese man and a Japanese woman wearing rather tall geta (Japanese wooden clogs). Both of them seem to be reading from a piece of white paper. On their left is a small Japanese garden."
Japanese men at Diet Building in Tokyo (ddr-densho-259-313)
img Japanese men at Diet Building in Tokyo (ddr-densho-259-313)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Japanese man and two Japanese students standing in front of a stone building. This is Saburo Miyake and his two boys, Shiro and Goro. The building is the Diet Building in Tokyo."
Korakuen Garden in Japan (ddr-densho-259-546)
img Korakuen Garden in Japan (ddr-densho-259-546)
Photograph of Korakuen Garden in Okayama, Japan. Japanese caption: Okayama Korakuen.
Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-259-518)
img Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-259-518)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Wedding portrait, presumably, of a young couple in Japan the man is wearing a formal montsuki, as well as the formal pleated trousers--hakama--and is holding the usual folded paper fan The bride, however, isn't wearing the usual horn-of-jealousy-concealing-white headcover--called a tsuno kakushi (literally, a horn hider)...I have no idea who the couple …
Kintai Bridge (ddr-densho-259-246)
img Kintai Bridge (ddr-densho-259-246)
Kintai Bridge (Kintai bashi), a historical wooden arch bridge in Iwakuni, Japan.
Nikkei children in Japan (ddr-densho-259-270)
img Nikkei children in Japan (ddr-densho-259-270)
The Karasawa family with kites in Japan, including Rin Karasawa (center) and Jun Karasawa far right).
Family portrait in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-259-240)
img Family portrait in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-259-240)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Japanese print showing more of the Miyake's in Japan. I recognize Aunt Fumi, Cousin Midori Miyake and Grandma Hisa Miyake."
Farmhouse in Japan (ddr-densho-259-542)
img Farmhouse in Japan (ddr-densho-259-542)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "A substantial farm house in Japan It must have been the home of a rich farmer."
Portrait of Japanese couple (ddr-densho-259-531)
img Portrait of Japanese couple (ddr-densho-259-531)
Portrait of Hisa Fujii Miyake and her husband Ichiro Miyake.
The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 25 (August 17, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-31)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 25 (August 17, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-31)
Selected article titles: "Hospital Wages Ceaseless War on Mosquitoes" (p. 1), "Procedure on Shipment of Okotsu to Japan Received" (p. 1), and "Shelter Camp Ready for European Refugees-WRA" (p. 2).
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 7 (February 15, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-56)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 7 (February 15, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-56)
Selected article titles: "Dept. of Justice: Status of Renunciants Defined by Rothestein" (pp. 1-2), "WRA Closes Quarters of Hoshi, Hokoku Seinen Dan" (pp. 1-2), "Excludees Now Able to Relocated East and South" (p. 2), and "Contact with Japan Through Red Cross" (p. 4).
Tsumanuma family tree (ddr-densho-335-9)
doc Tsumanuma family tree (ddr-densho-335-9)
A family tree of Thomas Rockrise's family. All of the familial relationships are listed in relations to Thomas's son, George. The family tree lists George's aunts, first cousins and one second nephew.
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