img Pat, Gerald, Marilyn, Norm (ddr-densho-441-33)
Photograph of the four Hayashi siblings outside a greenhouse. Identified left to right: Patrick Saburo Hayashi, Gerald Tadashi Hayashi, Marilyn Hayashi, and Norman Makoto Hayashi. Written along the bottom is "Oct 20 1950" in purple ink.
doc History of H. Hayashi & Co., Union City Greenhouse Inc. (ddr-densho-441-29)
Timeline of the Hayashi family's nursery business from Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's immigration to the United States in 1887 till the business's closure in 1993.
img Warren selecting plants for orders (ddr-densho-441-75)
Warren Hayashi (center) selecting plants to fulfill orders.
img Grandfather and Grandmother (ddr-densho-441-35)
Photograph of Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi and his wife Kin (Nakayawa) Hayashi standing outside partially constructed greenhouses built by Hirokichi's son Henry Taro Hayashi. Written on the back of the photograph is "June 1950 1950 U.C. Grandfather & Mother) in black ink.
doc Letter to Henry Hayashi from Professor Roy Larson (ddr-densho-441-3)
Letter to Henry Hayashi from Professor Roy Larson thanking Henry for the information about his father, Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's patenting of plant sleeves. Larson and asks for Henry's permission to have the letter published in an upcoming edition of "Grower Talks."
doc Reader Respond from Henry Hayashi (ddr-densho-441-2)
Reader response to an article in the January 1990 "Grower Talks" about plant sleeves. Henry informs the publication about his father, Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's patenting of the sleeve.
doc Letter to Professor Ray Larson from Henry Hayashi (ddr-densho-441-1)
Letter to Professor Ray Larson regarding his article in "Grower Talks" about plant sleeves. Henry informs Larson about his father, Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's patenting of the sleeve.