155 items
Dressed for Church (ddr-one-1-626)
img Dressed for Church (ddr-one-1-626)
Black and white photographic negative of two Nisei dressed up standing outside the Oregon Buddhist Church (now known as the Oregon Buddhist Temple) on 10th and Everett. From left to right: James “Jim” Joichi Takashima and Hiro Okayama.
Pelican (ddr-one-1-542)
img Pelican (ddr-one-1-542)
Color slide of a pelican perched on a rock. Image was most likely at the Portland Zoo in Washington Park (later moved to its current location from what is now the Japanese Gardans and renamed Oregon Zoo). According to donor processed on June 14, 1964.
Human Pyramid (ddr-one-1-666)
img Human Pyramid (ddr-one-1-666)
Black and white photographic negative of three unidentified Nisei girls forming a human pyramid at the beach.
Sitting on the Beach (ddr-one-1-614)
img Sitting on the Beach (ddr-one-1-614)
Black and white photographic negative of Lillian (Niimi) Mikariya sitting on the beach looking to the right wrapped in a striped towel.
Sunday Best (ddr-one-1-654)
img Sunday Best (ddr-one-1-654)
Black and white photographic negative of two Nisei in suits possibly headed to church. From left to right: Ruby Yoshiko (Takashima) Sumino and Shig Oka.
Sunday Best (ddr-one-1-657)
img Sunday Best (ddr-one-1-657)
Black and white photographic negative of Ruby Yoshiko (Takashima) Sumino smiling for the camera. Possibly dressed up for church.
Assembly (ddr-one-1-627)
img Assembly (ddr-one-1-627)
Black and white photographic print of an audience sitting inside the Oregon Buddhist Church (now known as the Oregon Buddhist Temple) at 10th and Everett. From left to right front row: Eddie Tamiyasu, Katie (Iwamoto) Tamiyasu, Katie's brother Iwamoto, Ernie Takeda, Masa Maekawa, and Ben Kasubuchi Jr. From left to right second row: first from ...
Frank Hirahara pulling rope (ddr-one-1-569)
img Frank Hirahara pulling rope (ddr-one-1-569)
Original photographic print of Frank Hirahara pulling a pulley rope of a sign.
Teruo Fukazawa Grave (ddr-one-1-630)
img Teruo Fukazawa Grave (ddr-one-1-630)
Black and white photographic negative of Teruo Fukazawa's grave. The tombstone's inscription reads "Teruo Fukazawa/May 25, 1915/Dec 8, 1933."
Hugh Kasai (ddr-one-1-658)
img Hugh Kasai (ddr-one-1-658)
Black and white photographic print of Hugh Kasai sitting in a chair smiling for the camera.
Rose tray (ddr-one-1-526)
img Rose tray (ddr-one-1-526)
Color slide of two young girls in purple costumes kneeling and holding a large tray of pink rose buds with ribbons tied around their stems. The girls are kneeling before 1951 Rose Festival Queen Gloria Krieger who is dressed in a white jacket and hat and sitting in a golden chair. The woman holds a small ...
Nap on the Beach (ddr-one-1-609)
img Nap on the Beach (ddr-one-1-609)
Black and white photographic print of an unidentified man sleeping on the beach with his hat over his head. Driftwood logs are piled up behind him. For negative please see ONLC 4829 (ddr-one-1-610)
Family photo (ddr-one-1-678)
img Family photo (ddr-one-1-678)
Black and white photographic print of an unidentified Japanese American family sitting on a couch posing for the camera.
Crops (ddr-one-1-682)
img Crops (ddr-one-1-682)
Black and white photographic print of a crop field. The crops are covered by little white tents to protect the plants. For negative please see ONLC 4914 (ddr-one-1-685)
Nap on the Beach (ddr-one-1-613)
img Nap on the Beach (ddr-one-1-613)
"Black and white photographic negative of several Nisei taking a nap on the beach. Laying in the center with her face visible to the camera is Grace Mieko (Muramatsu) Ouchida. "
Family home (ddr-one-1-445)
img Family home (ddr-one-1-445)
Color slide of an unidentified woman in a blue dress and orange headscarf with three children standing in their doorway looking at the camera. One child is holding a gift bag in her hand. According to donor processed on June 20, 1951.
Outdoor Games (ddr-one-1-705)
img Outdoor Games (ddr-one-1-705)
Black and white photographic negative of nine unidentified Nisei women and one unidentified Nisei man standing in a line with spoons in their hands.
Through the tunnel (ddr-one-1-582)
img Through the tunnel (ddr-one-1-582)
Black and white photographic print of a man and two young girls walking through a tiled tunnel at Multnomah Falls. For negative please see ONLC 4548 (ddr-one-1-579).
Baseball (ddr-one-1-695)
img Baseball (ddr-one-1-695)
Black and white photographic negative of a batter and catcher at home plate. The crowd is seated in the background on bleachers.
Photograph of Violet Saito (ddr-janm-1-128)
img Photograph of Violet Saito (ddr-janm-1-128)
Black and white image of Violet Saito. She has curly hair and is wearing a dress with bow ties on it and flowers pinned to it. She is standing outside in front of a house. Written on the photograph is: "Dearest Mollie. Love, Violet '43" and written on the back is: "June 24, 1943. Graduation day."
Portrait of Yuri Shimokochi (ddr-janm-1-127)
img Portrait of Yuri Shimokochi (ddr-janm-1-127)
Black and white portrait of Yuri Shimokochi. She has curly hair and is wearing a polka-dotted collared shirt with a light color jacket over it. Written on the photograph is: "To Molly. From Yuri Shimokochi".
Portrait of Haruko Nagahiro (ddr-janm-1-137)
img Portrait of Haruko Nagahiro (ddr-janm-1-137)
Black and white portrait of Haruko Nagahiro. She has curly hair and is wearing a white collared shirt with flowers on it. One of four photographs on a portion of a scrapbook page.
Photograph of Mollie Wilson and Mary Murakami (ddr-janm-1-5)
img Photograph of Mollie Wilson and Mary Murakami (ddr-janm-1-5)
Black and white image of Mollie Wilson and Mary Murakami standing in front of a house. Mollie wears long-sleeved shirt, vest, and pants. Mary wears a floral dress. Written below photograph: "Mollie and Mary". One of four photos on a portion of a scrapbook page.
Portrait of Mitzuko Kakauchi (ddr-janm-1-124)
img Portrait of Mitzuko Kakauchi (ddr-janm-1-124)
Black and white portrait of Mitzuko Kakauchi. She has curly hair and is wearing a polka-dotted dress. Written on the photograph is: "Forever Mitzuko Kakauchi". One of eight photographs on a portion of a scrapbook page.
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