img Kensaku Murata and a helper in M. K. Fish (ddr-densho-353-83)
M. K. Fish was located at 511 Main Street.
img Members of the Japanese Baptist Church (ddr-densho-353-69)
The church was located on Jefferson Street. A note on the back indicates the 50th anniversary.
img Southwest corner of 6th and Weller Street (ddr-densho-353-122)
Japanese businesses included the Paris hotel and Hinode Laundry baths.
img A group in front of the Eagle Laundry (ddr-densho-353-93)
The Eagle Laundry was located at 1251 Main Street.
doc Japs Must Leave City Next Week (April 21, 1942) (ddr-densho-56-763)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 21, 1942, pp. 1, 4
doc Japs Here May Be Sent to Idaho (April 24, 1942) (ddr-densho-56-769)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 24, 1942, p. 3
img Buddhist Convention (ddr-one-1-333)
Black and white photographic negative of large crowd of Buddhists gathered outside Collin's Field House in Seattle, Washington for a Buddhist convention. Reverends seated in front row from left to right: Reverend Seiji Kobara from Seattle, Reverend Shoko Masunaga, Reverend Akira Jotetsu Ono, Reverend Tatsuya Ichikawa, Reverend Bishop Kenryu Tsuji, Reverend Eiyu Terao from Spokane, Reverend ...
img Buddhist Convention (ddr-one-1-334)
Black and white photographic negative of large crowd of Buddhists gathered outside Collin's Field House in Seattle, Washington for a Buddhist convention. First row: Kiku Fujita, unidentified, Nancy from Tacoma, and Yasuko (Hashimoto) Morita. Second row, far right is Irene (Fujii) Mano. Third row far right: Sumiye (Fukei) Kato. Fourth row far left: Yosh Tanabe, Ted ...
img Northwest Buddhist Convention Banquet (ddr-one-1-414)
Black and white photographic negative of guests at the Northwest Buddhist Convention banquet dinner in the basement of the Seattle Buddhist Church. Sitting on the far left is Shizuko "Shiz" (Ochiai) Ota Okazaki.
img Northwest Buddhist Convention Banquet- Dining Room set-up (ddr-one-1-427)
Black and white photographic negative of two unidentified women setting banquet tables in the basement of the Seattle Buddhist Church for the Northwest Buddhist Convention Banquet. Striped flag and a flag with the Wheel of Dharma are visible hanging in the background.
img Northwest Buddhist Convention Banquet- Kitchen (ddr-one-1-429)
Black and white photographic negative of three women and one girl in the kitchen of the Seattle Buddhist Church. Woman on right identified as Kiyo Harada.
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 14 (October 03,1969) (ddr-pc-41-40)
Select article titles: "Jr. JACL organizational roots dry, program hurting" (p. 1); "Human relations dept. dropping talk, swing with action instead" (p. 1); "17 college set Asian American studies this fall" (p. 3); "Nikkei plight shown in perspective" (p. 4); "School Board Confronted" (p. 5).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 21 (November 21,1969) (ddr-pc-41-47)
Select article titles: "JACL favors reversion of Okinawa to Japan by 1972" (p. 1); "Rohwer Memorial: Go for Broke!" (p.1); "JACL Statement on Reversion of Okinawa" (p. 3); "Seattle's first ethnic studies on Asian American taught at Jr. high" (p. 4); "Junior High School Poll: Views on Asian Americans" (p. 4).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 25 (December 19,1969) (ddr-pc-41-51)
Select article titles: "Brief History of Japanese in Colusa County: Shadow of Its Former Self" (A p. 1); "New history reveals Issei as ideal builders in America despite variances" (A p. 9); "For Better Americans in a Greater America" (D. p. 11); "In a Democracy laws are the people's safeguard" (Supplement p. 3); "The Japanese American: ...
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 22 (November 28,1969) (ddr-pc-41-48)
Select article titles: "Medallions, Hosokawa books presented at White House 'first'" (p. 1); "Depper appreciation of American heritage urged for new Guidelines" (p. 1); "Racist comment on Japanese by S.F. United Crusade executive protested" (p. 1); "Seattle Issei in Central Area seek help, hurt by inadequate insurance" (p. 4).
doc Theme suggestions for JACL conference (ddr-densho-280-34)
A letter from a Joe Hamanaka suggesting some themes for their upcoming 17th Biennial Convention.