doc Letter to Yuri Tsukada from Mine Okubo (ddr-densho-356-636)
Letter to Yuriko Domoto Tsukada from Mine Okubo. Mine writes to thank Yuri for the invitation to a garden tour of Kaneji Domoto's work and discusses her thoughts on it. For more information about Kaneji Domoto's landscape and architectural work please see the Kaneji Domoto Architecture and Landscape Photograph Collection (ddr-densho-377).
img Japanese Pavilion (ddr-csujad-11-92)
The Japanese Pavilion, most likely from the 1939 World's Fair on Treasure Island in San Francisco. From page 36 of: Tazu Kawamoto photo album (csudh_taz_0001). See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: taz_01_36_002
doc Letter from Kaneji and Sylvia Schur Domoto to Nancy Swearengen (ddr-densho-377-1)
A letter from Kaneji Domoto and Sylvia Schur Domoto to Nancy Swearengen at the University of California Botanical Gardens. They write answering questions about the Japanese Pool at the gardens. Kaneji was involved in the design and installation.
doc Letter from Nancy Swearengen to Kaneji and Sylvia Schur Domoto (ddr-densho-377-2)
A letter from Nancy Swearengen asking for more information about how Kaneji Domoto became involved in the University of California Botanical Garden's Japanese Pool.
doc Letter from Nippon Architects Association to Agnes Rockrise (ddr-densho-335-63)
A condolence letter from the President of the Nippon Architects Association.
doc Rockrise & Thompson letterhead (ddr-densho-335-113)
The letterhead of the architecture firm of Rockrise & Thompson. The letterhead includes both Thomas Rockrise's English and Japanese names (Iwahiko Tsumanuma).
doc Section of Rotunda of State Capitol (ddr-densho-335-20)
A cross section look at a plan for a rotunda of a state capitol. Most likely designed as part of a university thesis by Thomas Rockrise.
doc Letter from Agnes Rockrise to M. Kunasaki (ddr-densho-335-15)
Agnes Rockrise (signed Agnes Tsumanuma) writes to M. Kunasaki or the Nippon Architects' Association in Tokyo, Japan to thank him for sending her a copies of the "Nippon Architect" which features Thomas Rockrise's work.
doc Draft of Brief Account of the Life of Iwahiko Tsumanuma (ddr-densho-335-17)
Agnus Rockrise sends a rough draft of the life of her husband, Thomas Rockrise (Iwahiko Tsumanuma), to Dr. Tatsuzo Sare. This rough draft is used to created a printed version later in Japanese with photographs of Thomas Rockrise's work in Japan in 1920 and 1921.
doc Business card (ddr-densho-335-114)
Thomas Rockrise's business card with the Trowbridge & Libingston architecture firm. Handwritten on the business card is Rockrise's Japanese name, Iwahiko Tsumanuma, and the address "550 Riverside avenue". On the back of the card is written the note "Easter Sunday April 4 1915".