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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2044 (May 25, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-20)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2044 (May 25, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-20)
Selected article titles: "Vietnamese in Texas Cling to Culture" (pp. 1-2), "Seattle Challenges on Redress" (pp. 3, 5), "Semantic Nonsense or Though Provocation: Rest of Nation Gains When Hayakawa Focus Wrong" (3, 5), and "Chiaroscuro: Nikkei Politics" (p. 6).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 94, No. 10 (March 12, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-10)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 94, No. 10 (March 12, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-10)
Selected article titles: "Before Supreme Court: Seattle JACL Files Supporting Brief on Desegregating Schools" (pp. 1, 4), "Redress Phase 4: 'Direct' Individual Payment" (p. 2), "40th Anniversary of E.O. 9066 Proclamation: Silence: a 40-Year Cover-Up Conspiracy?" (p. 2), "From the Frying Pan: When Are Asian Americans Not a Minority?" (p. 5), and "Service to Community Undermines …
Jim Akutsu Interview (ddr-densho-1000-2)
vh Jim Akutsu Interview (ddr-densho-1000-2)
Nisei male. Born January 25, 1920, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Resisted the draft, with the rationale that the U.S. government had classified him 4-C, an enemy alien, and he was therefore under no obligation to serve. Imprisoned at McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington. Vocal critic of …
Henry Miyatake Interview IV (ddr-densho-1000-56)
vh Henry Miyatake Interview IV (ddr-densho-1000-56)
Nisei male. Born April 28, 1929, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Had some key childhood experiences with discrimination that made him a self-described, "independent thinker," and later, an influential figure in the Japanese American community. While a teenager in camp, he wrote and defended an essay criticizing the …
Gene Akutsu Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-1)
vh Gene Akutsu Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-1)
Nisei male. Born September 23, 1925, in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar childhood in Seattle's Nihonmachi. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Refused to participate in the draft and was imprisoned at McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington, for draft resistance. Resettled in Seattle.
Tomio Moriguchi Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-59)
vh Tomio Moriguchi Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-59)
Ni-ten-gosei (Nisei/Sansei) male. Born April 13, 1936 in Tacoma, Washington. During World War II, was incarcerated with his family at the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After the war, resettled in Seattle's Nihonmachi, where his father reestablished the family business, Uwajimaya, selling Japanese foodstuff and other items. Worked at Uwajimaya throughout his childhood -- along with …
Tomio Moriguchi Interview III (ddr-densho-1000-61)
vh Tomio Moriguchi Interview III (ddr-densho-1000-61)
Ni-ten-gosei (Nisei/Sansei) male. Born April 13, 1936 in Tacoma, Washington. During World War II, was incarcerated with his family at the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After the war, resettled in Seattle's Nihonmachi, where his father reestablished the family business, Uwajimaya, selling Japanese foodstuff and other items. Worked at Uwajimaya throughout his childhood -- along with …
Tomio Moriguchi Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-60)
vh Tomio Moriguchi Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-60)
Ni-ten-gosei (Nisei/Sansei) male. Born April 13, 1936 in Tacoma, Washington. During World War II, was incarcerated with his family at the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After the war, resettled in Seattle's Nihonmachi, where his father reestablished the family business, Uwajimaya, selling Japanese foodstuff and other items. Worked at Uwajimaya throughout his childhood -- along with …
Henry Miyatake Interview V (ddr-densho-1000-57)
vh Henry Miyatake Interview V (ddr-densho-1000-57)
Nisei male. Born April 28, 1929, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Had some key childhood experiences with discrimination that made him a self-described, "independent thinker," and later, an influential figure in the Japanese American community. While a teenager in camp, he wrote and defended an essay criticizing the …
Henry Miyatake Interview III (ddr-densho-1000-55)
vh Henry Miyatake Interview III (ddr-densho-1000-55)
Nisei male. Born April 28, 1929, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Had some key childhood experiences with discrimination that made him a self-described, "independent thinker," and later, an influential figure in the Japanese American community. While a teenager in camp, he wrote and defended an essay criticizing the …
Henry Miyatake Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-54)
vh Henry Miyatake Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-54)
Nisei male. Born April 28, 1929, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Had some key childhood experiences with discrimination that made him a self-described, "independent thinker," and later, an influential figure in the Japanese American community. While a teenager in camp, he wrote and defended an essay criticizing the …
Tomio Moriguchi Interview IV (ddr-densho-1000-62)
vh Tomio Moriguchi Interview IV (ddr-densho-1000-62)
Ni-ten-gosei (Nisei/Sansei) male. Born April 13, 1936 in Tacoma, Washington. During World War II, was incarcerated with his family at the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After the war, resettled in Seattle's Nihonmachi, where his father reestablished the family business, Uwajimaya, selling Japanese foodstuff and other items. Worked at Uwajimaya throughout his childhood -- along with …
Yoshito Fujii Parolee's or Internee's-At-Large Agreement (ddr-sbbt-2-35)
doc Yoshito Fujii Parolee's or Internee's-At-Large Agreement (ddr-sbbt-2-35)
A personal report of Yoshito Fujii's weekly activities submitted for his parolee's or internee's-at-large agreement.
Letter to Harry L. Stafford (ddr-sbbt-2-29)
doc Letter to Harry L. Stafford (ddr-sbbt-2-29)
An unsigned letter addressed to Harry L. Stafford explaining what information would be helpful to incarcerees as they leave camp. The author, likely Yoshito Fujii, requests to become a field agent for the War Relocation Authority to gather information from the eastern United States to assist incarcerees in finding opportunities outside of the camps.
9th Annual NWYBL convention (ddr-sbbt-3-7)
img 9th Annual NWYBL convention (ddr-sbbt-3-7)
Group photograph of the Ninth Annual Northwest Young Buddhist League convention attendees.
5th Annual NWYPBF convention (ddr-sbbt-3-2)
img 5th Annual NWYPBF convention (ddr-sbbt-3-2)
Group photograph of the Fifth Annual Northwest Young People's Buddhist Federation convention attendees.
2nd National Young Buddhist convention (ddr-sbbt-3-10)
img 2nd National Young Buddhist convention (ddr-sbbt-3-10)
Group photograph of the Second National Young Buddhist convention attendees.
Swearing in of Buddhist Mission Society officers (ddr-sbbt-4-3)
doc Swearing in of Buddhist Mission Society officers (ddr-sbbt-4-3)
Documentation of the swearing in of Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) officers
Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-23)
doc Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-23)
A letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa, President of the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple), to Pierce A. Horrocks, Architect, informing him that the Board of Directors has approved tentative plans for the new church edifice and social hall.
Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to N. E. Brown (ddr-sbbt-4-29)
doc Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to N. E. Brown (ddr-sbbt-4-29)
A letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) to N. E. Brown advising Brown on the church's new temporary address for services and the reverend's living quarters.
Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to Mrs. A. Anderson (ddr-sbbt-4-30)
doc Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to Mrs. A. Anderson (ddr-sbbt-4-30)
A letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) to Mrs. A. Anderson advising Anderson on the church's new temporary address for services and the reverend's living quarters.
Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-27)
doc Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-27)
A letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa, President of the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple), to Pierce A. Horrocks, Architect, advising him that the Board of Directors has formally approved plans and specifications for the church edifice and social hall.
Letter from the Buddhist Mission Society to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-39)
doc Letter from the Buddhist Mission Society to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-39)
A letter from the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) to Pierce A. Horrocks, Architect, asking him to draw up plans for a moving picture booth in the Social Hall.
Letter from the Charles C. Hughes to the Buddhist Mission Society (ddr-sbbt-4-48)
doc Letter from the Charles C. Hughes to the Buddhist Mission Society (ddr-sbbt-4-48)
A letter from Charles C. Hughes, Superintendent of Buildings, to the Budhist [sic] Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) approving temporary use of the church and social hall.
Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to N. E. Brown (ddr-sbbt-4-25)
doc Letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church to N. E. Brown (ddr-sbbt-4-25)
A letter from the Seattle Buddhist Church (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) to N. E. Brown with an invitation to groundbreaking ceremonies at the new site.
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