Related articles from the
Densho Encyclopedia :
Executive Order 9066: 50 Years Before and 50 Years After (exhibition), Aki Kurose, S. Frank Miyamoto, James Sakamoto, Monica Sone, International District
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 Northwest corner of 6th and King Street (ddr-densho-353-119)
Japanese businesses included Asakura Jewelry on the corner, Togo Meshiya, Sun Express, and a small grocery and tobacco shop run by the Sumiokas.
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 The Pacific Beer distribution plant (ddr-densho-353-143)
Before the plant was located at 7th and Jackson, it was at 206 Main Street in 1906 and 510 Main Street in 1908.
img Northeast corner of 6th and King Street (ddr-densho-353-117)
Japanese businesses included the Dreamland Hotel, Komatsu-Zashi, Abe's dry goods store, Tokyo-Wan, Fujii Hotel, Inouye clothing store, New Golden Shoe repair, the Ogata's dry cleaning shop and the Salvation Army mission.
img Businesses on 5th Avenue south (ddr-densho-353-107)
Between Jackson Street and King Street was the Dreamland Cabaret, the St. Paul and Diamond Hotels, Baths Laundry, the NP restaurant and an Italian restaurant.
img Group of men with a car (ddr-densho-353-82)
Okayama men on Main Street in front of the Mitsuwado. Note on back: " NW Nikkei caption 6-89: Mr. Yanagi (leaning against car) with friends, celebrates his graduation from the U of W's pharmacy school before returning to Japan." Another note says "set at 100, 2 sec"
img A group in front of Nihon Byoin (ddr-densho-353-99)
Nihon Byoin (Japanese hospital) was begun as the Reliance hospital in 1913 at 12th Avenue and King Street by private subscription.
img A group in front of Star Laundry (ddr-densho-353-98)
Star Laundry was located at 1229 Jackson Street.
img Rainier Heat and Power building and the Golden Shoe store (ddr-densho-353-106)
The Japanese Chamber of Commerce occupied rooms upstairs along with other professional offices.
img The interior of the Japanese Commercial Bank (ddr-densho-353-146)
Mr. Henry Tatsumi is on the far left.