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Young girl plays piano her teacher observing (ddr-densho-362-24)
img Young girl plays piano her teacher observing (ddr-densho-362-24)
A Marie Konishi plays the piano while her teacher, Mitseu Ushio, observes.
Young Japanese American woman playing the piano (ddr-densho-362-26)
img Young Japanese American woman playing the piano (ddr-densho-362-26)
Picture of a young woman playing the piano with an inscription on the front and back of the picture. Inscription on the front of photo reads "Dearest Mich-chan, Sincerely, Mitsue Ushio". Inscription on the back of the photo reads June 9, 1945.
Letter from Juro Nakamura to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-550)
doc Letter from Juro Nakamura to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-550)
Re: various staged productions and entertainment. Outside with addressed stamped by censors, printed with "Prisoner of war" which Nakmura has crossed out and written "Internee"
Note from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako about Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-383-538)
doc Note from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako about Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-383-538)
Floyd Schmoe was an activist and professor, father-in-law to Gordon Hirabayashi. Nominated 3 times for the Nobel Prize.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 13 (March 26, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-13)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 13 (March 26, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-13)
Selected article titles: "How Best Can JACL Meet Challenge of Voting Rights Fight" (p.1), "Century-Old Hawaiian Law Requiring 'Christian' Name Brought to Light in Sen. Abe's Bill Asking for Elimination of Same" (p.1), "Clarence Pickett Dead, Stood Up for Nisei in WW2" (p.1, 6), "History Project: Evacuation Camp Paintings Donated" (p.3), "JACLer Marches in Alabama" (p.5), …
Sketch of a couple knitting and carving wood (ddr-manz-2-64)
img Sketch of a couple knitting and carving wood (ddr-manz-2-64)
Caption: "She is knitting. He is carving wood. They enjoy their hobbies."
Painting of a scene at Manzanar Grammar School (ddr-manz-2-45)
img Painting of a scene at Manzanar Grammar School (ddr-manz-2-45)
Caption on reverse: "First graders at Manzanar Grammar School."
Painting of the Manzanar High School 1943 graduation (ddr-manz-2-54)
img Painting of the Manzanar High School 1943 graduation (ddr-manz-2-54)
Caption: "Approximately 200 students graduated at second Manzanar High School commencement."
Sketch of mochitsuki (ddr-manz-2-57)
img Sketch of mochitsuki (ddr-manz-2-57)
Caption on reverse: "Pounding the 'mochi.'"
Sketch of mochitsuki (ddr-manz-2-59)
img Sketch of mochitsuki (ddr-manz-2-59)
Caption: "Mochi-Tsuki. Making rice cakes. New Year custom."
Painting of Japanese Americans leaving for a different camp (ddr-manz-2-61)
img Painting of Japanese Americans leaving for a different camp (ddr-manz-2-61)
Caption: "Bainbridge people bidding farewell as they leave for Minnedoka [sic] relocation camp."
Painting of Japanese Americans making improvements to barracks (ddr-manz-2-62)
img Painting of Japanese Americans making improvements to barracks (ddr-manz-2-62)
Caption: "Residents installed plaster boards inside barracks. This was the room of Mr. and Mrs. Kurahashi."
Painting of a chemist at work (ddr-manz-2-14)
img Painting of a chemist at work (ddr-manz-2-14)
Caption: "Mr. Nishimura. Analysis of the plant extracts is one of many research works which are carried out by the chemists. Here a chemist is working with a special apparatus for the determination of nitrogen."
Painting of a man working with guayule cuttings (ddr-manz-2-17)
img Painting of a man working with guayule cuttings (ddr-manz-2-17)
Caption: "Propagation of plnts [sic] by cutting method has been successful for the first time. Guayule cuttings are treated with a phytoharneon [sic] before setting in a flat. Mr. Hata."
Painting of two men working with guayule cuttings (ddr-manz-2-10)
img Painting of two men working with guayule cuttings (ddr-manz-2-10)
Caption: "Rooted cuttings are transplanted to milk cartons and then to the field. Trnsplanting [sic] is done carefully and speedily by hand of the experimenters. Mr. Akaboshi."
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