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img Hatsue Aoki standing on staircase (ddr-densho-383-48)
Written on album page below photograph: "Hatsue".
img University of Washington pharmacy students (ddr-densho-383-11)
Classmates of George Tokuda. Back row, left to right: Thomas Young, Victor Seeberg, Harold Woodhead. Front frow, left to right: Ada Marckx, Clarence McRory, Marion Ostliff. Written on album page below photograph: "Pharmacy class, 1929-1933".
img Members of University of Washington pharmacy program (ddr-densho-383-12)
Dr. Henry August Langenhan and Claire Evans. Dr. Langenhan was a professor in the pharmacy department and a faculty member of Kappa Psi. Written on photograph: "H.A. Langenhan, Claire Evans".
img Large group outside a storefront (ddr-densho-383-369)
Photograph taken in front of buildings on Main Street at 5th Avenue. The Sun Hotel is visible in background, at 502A Main St.
img Man sitting on steps with pipe (ddr-densho-383-59)
George Tokuda sitting outside Japanese Students Club house at 4115 15th Avenue NE on University of Washington campus. Written on album page below photograph: "Taken at J.S.C. U.W."
img Bagley Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-14)
The pharmacy building on the University of Washington campus; known as the 'Chem Shack.' Written on album page below photograph: "Bagley Hall".
img University of Washington Japanese Students Club (ddr-densho-383-383)
Members outside the Japanese Students Club house at 4115 15th Avenue NE. George Tokuda in center front row, wearing light-colored suit. Written on bottom left corner "Takano Studio".
img Toshimi Nishimura in suit outside store (ddr-densho-383-180)
Written on album page next to photograph: "God's Gift to Women, Giggolo Nishimura." Printed and pasted on album page below photograph: "Famous last words. You look all right, dearie-when you're dressed up." Toshimi Nishimura was a University of Washington student and Japanese Students Club member.
img Four columns at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-162)
Columns in Sylvan Grove on University of Washington campus
img Two women sitting in grass (ddr-densho-383-176)
Written on album page below photograph: "Kay Suzuki and Sumi Shimizu". Both were University of Washington students and members of the Fuyo Kai organization. Sumiko Shimizu graduated in 1933, and was the president of Fuyo Kai in her senior year.