img Two Nisei in front of the Bellevue Japanese community clubhouse (ddr-densho-9-22)
Massie (last name unknown) and Yoneo Tanagi.
img Kokaido, Japanese American clubhouse (ddr-densho-28-12)
The Kokaido was built in 1932 and was a focal point for activities of the Japanese American community in Bellevue, Washington. This photograph was taken shortly after the mass removal in 1942.
doc Carbon copy letter from Ai Chih Tsai to Ng Boksu (ddr-densho-446-413)
Responding to Ng Boksu's inquiry about Taiwanese in the U.S. just before WWII. (5 pages)
doc The New Japanese American News 1949 Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-54)
Postwar directory of Japanese Americans living across the United States published by Shin Nichibei (Los Angeles Japanese newspaper). Names and community organizations are listed alphabetically by geographic region (states listed generally from west to east followed by Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Caribbean Islands, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and South America). Includes 220-page photographic advertising section for Japanese-owned businesses …
vh Takae Tanino Walts Interview Segment 4 (ddr-densho-1000-508-4)
Childhood memories of Bellevue, Washington, farm
vh Takae Tanino Walts Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-1000-508-5)
Description of childhood home
vh Takae Tanino Walts Interview Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1000-508-7)
Crops raised on family's farm