doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 62, No.21 (May 27, 1966) (ddr-pc-38-21)
Select article titles: "Prop. 14 Rule Stimulates Seattle Action" (p. 1); "Sansei VISTA worker in boot-heel area of Missouri combats poverty fulltime" (p. 3); "Pilot Back in Vietnam Combat" (p. 3); "NCLCH Conference Inspiring" (p. 5).
img A Washington state liquor license (ddr-densho-353-145)
A state liquor license was necessary to run the Pacific Beer Distributors business.
img Jiro Kaneko's Pacific Printing Company (ddr-densho-353-87)
The Pacific Printing Company was located at 611 Main Street.
img Southeast corner of 6th and King Street (ddr-densho-353-120)
Japanese businesses included the King coffee shop, the Mukilteo hotel, Panama grocery and express, Hinode Laundry baths and the Paris Hotel.
img A group in front of Star Laundry (ddr-densho-353-98)
Star Laundry was located at 1229 Jackson Street.
img Northeast corner of 6th and Weller Street (ddr-densho-353-123)
Japanese businesses included the Midway hotel, a barber, tailor, dry goods store, and retaurants.
img Northeast corner of 5th and Weller Street (ddr-densho-353-121)
The Rainier Heat and Power plant was below the Waste Laundry.
img Fujinkai? (ddr-csujad-25-333)
A group photograph of Japanese women and a Japanese man. The group appears to be "Fujinkai" affiliated with the Buddhist Church of America. It is taken by "Takano Studio" in Seattle, Washington on June 11, 1933. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: jia_11_01_003