doc Masanojo Oku (ddr-csujad-8-58)
Oral history interview with Masanojo Oku. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Oku, Masanojo
img Carved wood heart with two carved hearts (ddr-densho-475-160)
Wood carving of a heart with two conjoined hearts set inside the larger one. Back side of heart has indent where pin used to be. Presumably made by Mae Yoshiko (Miwa) Higaki in Poston
img Carved wood heart with M attached to chain (ddr-densho-475-162)
Wood carving of a flat heart with the letter M and attached to a chain. Presumably made by Mae Yoshiko (Miwa) Higaki in Poston.
img Boys doing woodworking in workshop (ddr-densho-475-283)
Black and white photograph of two unidentified boys doing woodworking in a workshop.
img Carved wood heart with inner yellow heart (ddr-densho-475-159)
Wood carving of a heart with a smaller yellow heart set inside the larger one. Presumably made by Mae Yoshiko (Miwa) Higaki in Poston.
img Carved brown sparrow bird pin (ddr-densho-475-155)
Wood carving of a perched brown sparrow with a safety pin inserted in the back. Presumably made by Mae Yoshiko (Miwa) Higaki in Poston.
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 5 (February 6, 1987) (ddr-pc-59-5)
Selected article titles: "Redress Co-Sponsor Sala Burton Dies at 61" (pp. 1, 3), "'Altar of Peace' a Labor of Love for JA Woodworker" (pp. 1-2), "Broadcaster's Remarks Sparked Controversy: Philadelphia's Blacks, Asians Start Dialogue" (p. 2), and "INS Official Explains Details of New Immigration Rules" (p. 10).
doc Document with photos of carvings done by Takano Yasutaro while at Amache (ddr-ajah-9-1)
Includes biographical data for Yasutaro and story of carvings, with photo
img Painting of men making wooden clogs (ddr-manz-2-30)
Caption on reverse: "We made wooden clogs to send to our families at other centers."
img Man in front of totem pole and Russian Church (ddr-densho-383-321)
Written on album page below photograph: "Photographer Fred Uyeminami, Hunter's Bay AAA '30".
img Two men in front of a totem pole (ddr-densho-383-43)
Left to right: Fred Uyeminami and Bob Higashida. Written on album page next to photograph: "Fred & Bob". Both were University of Washington students and members of the Japanese Students Club.
img Totem pole and Russian Church (ddr-densho-383-248)
Written on album page below photograph: "A Russian Church. Hunter's Bay, Alaska, 1930".