Post-World War II

Japan (138)
Post-World War II (1580)

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Visit to Sacramento (ddr-one-2-711)
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Black and white photographic print of Shiuko Sakai standing on raised curb in front of building at the Sacramento State Fairgrounds. Inscribed on the back: "4 SEP 49/SACRAMENTO STATE FAIR."
Visit to Smaller Falls in Nikko (ddr-one-2-503)
img Visit to Smaller Falls in Nikko (ddr-one-2-503)
Black and white photographic print of Smaller Falls at Nikko.
Visit to Chicago (ddr-one-2-700)
img Visit to Chicago (ddr-one-2-700)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) Heidi Kubo, Shiuko Sakai, and Heidi Okihara seated on a bench in Chicago with staircase in background.
Visit to Kyushu (ddr-one-2-195)
img Visit to Kyushu (ddr-one-2-195)
Black and white photographic print of Heidi Okihara standing next to an outdoor statue.
Visiting Hozu River (ddr-one-2-485)
img Visiting Hozu River (ddr-one-2-485)
Black and white photographic print of a boat on the Hozu River with river flora in the foreground.
Visit from Ms. Mahon (ddr-one-2-156)
img Visit from Ms. Mahon (ddr-one-2-156)
Black and white photographic print of Ms. Mahon (center) and unidentified individuals standing outside on lawn. Ms. Mahon served as the principal at Donor’s school, Bailey Gatzert grade school in Seattle, Washington. After Ms. Mahon retired, she visited Tokyo in 1950. Seattle’s Nikkei community raised the funds to pay for Ms. Mahon’s Japan trip. Inscribed on …
Matsuzakaya Department Store (ddr-one-2-247)
img Matsuzakaya Department Store (ddr-one-2-247)
Black and white photographic print of a doll display inside Tokyo’s Matsuzakaya department store with unknown individuals in foreground.
Inside the NYK Building (ddr-one-2-323)
img Inside the NYK Building (ddr-one-2-323)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) Yo Tajiri and Shiuko Sakai in white dresses and holding hands at their office in Tokyo’s NYK building.
In Kyoto (ddr-one-2-432)
img In Kyoto (ddr-one-2-432)
Black and white photographic print of group of unidentified children standing, with a young girl carrying a baby on her back.
Visit to Kyushu (ddr-one-2-193)
img Visit to Kyushu (ddr-one-2-193)
Black and white photographic print of Shiuko Sakai with a parasol standing next to an outdoor statue.
Meeting Sakai Relatives (ddr-one-2-638)
img Meeting Sakai Relatives (ddr-one-2-638)
Black and white photographic print of Taeko Sakai, daughter of Shiuko Sakai’s paternal relative Ataru Sakai, holding skirt with flower vase on her right. Inscribed on the back: "Tae-chan 1953."
Visit to Okimura Island (ddr-one-2-646)
img Visit to Okimura Island (ddr-one-2-646)
Black and white photographic print of approximately twenty unidentified individuals standing on a boat near Okimura Island. According to the donor Okimura Island is close to Hiroshima, Japan.
Roosevelt Recreation Center (ddr-one-2-676)
img Roosevelt Recreation Center (ddr-one-2-676)
Black and white photographic print of Shiuko Sakai standing at Roosevelt Recreation Center in Tokyo with trees in background. Inscribed on the back:"SEPT 49/ROOSEVELT RECREATION CENTER."
May and Tami Outside Kyoto Hotel (ddr-one-2-188)
img May and Tami Outside Kyoto Hotel (ddr-one-2-188)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) May Ideta and Tami Okamura wearing dark coat and standing in front of the Kyoto Hotel.
Gravel Walkway (ddr-one-2-46)
img Gravel Walkway (ddr-one-2-46)
Black and white photographic print of a path with trees on the right, and an unidentified woman with an umbrella and unidentified group of people in distant background.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-711)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-711)
Black and what photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani and Lady Yoshiko Ohtani sitting in leather chairs at the train station. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-708)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-708)
Black and white photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani and Lady Yoshiko Ohtani disembarking from a train upon their arrival in Portland. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-707)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-707)
Black and white photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani sitting in an armchair reading a newspaper. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-714)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-714)
Black and white photographic negative of a woman bowing to Gomonshu Kosho Ohtani and Lady Yoshiko Ohtani inside the train station. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-709)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-709)
Black and white photographic negative of an unidentified Japanese man sitting on a chair next to a vase.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-713)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-713)
Black and white photographic negative of two unidentified men sitting in chairs against a white wall.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-710)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-710)
Black and white photographic negative of Lady Yoshiko Ohtani sitting on a couch. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-712)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-712)
Black and white photographic negative of Lady Yoshiko Ohtani walking away from a parked car. Her husband, Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani stands behind her exiting the car. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his …
Relatives in Japan (ddr-csujad-42-251)
img Relatives in Japan (ddr-csujad-42-251)
Photographed are the Takano family's relatives, Masatoshi and Toshiko, in Japan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: tak_02_10_012
Trip to Japan (ddr-csujad-42-244)
img Trip to Japan (ddr-csujad-42-244)
A photograph of a tour group to Japan. It was taken during the visit at Chion'in, Kyoto Japan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: tak_02_10_005
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