Photography

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Photography (78)

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Aiko Studio (ddr-densho-20-11)
img Aiko Studio (ddr-densho-20-11)
Aiko Studio, located in Seattle's Nihonmachi area, was one of several photography studios that catered to the Japanese American community before World War II.
Japanese American organization (ddr-densho-26-163)
img Japanese American organization (ddr-densho-26-163)
Photograph taken by James M. Amano, 3208 35th Ave So., Seattle, Washington
Portrait of a young man (ddr-densho-353-27)
img Portrait of a young man (ddr-densho-353-27)
Alfred Eijiro Tatsumi. Photo taken at Judkins Studio, on 2nd and Columbia.
Mr. Kako Murosako (ddr-csujad-8-44)
doc Mr. Kako Murosako (ddr-csujad-8-44)
Oral history interview with Mr. Kako Murosako. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Murosako, Mr Kako
Crossroads, Vol. 1, No. 42 (March 18, 1949) (ddr-densho-358-16)
doc Crossroads, Vol. 1, No. 42 (March 18, 1949) (ddr-densho-358-16)
Selected article titles: "Negroes, Chinese Oppose ENI" (p.1), "Evacuation Claims Questions, Answers" (p.2), "Toyo San: Saga of Senbei to Smart Photography" (p.3), "Mr. Watanabe Builds His Dream House" (p.11).
Portrait of family (ddr-densho-359-598)
img Portrait of family (ddr-densho-359-598)
Caption beneath the photograph in the album "Mr Hiyama and family 1929 Sept.". Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackon Studio Seattle".
Portrait of a couple (ddr-densho-359-690)
img Portrait of a couple (ddr-densho-359-690)
Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackson Studio Seattle". The caption beneath the photograph in the album is written in Japanese.
Portait of a couple (ddr-densho-359-689)
img Portait of a couple (ddr-densho-359-689)
Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackson Studio Seattle".
Kuroko Studio envelope (ddr-densho-390-2)
doc Kuroko Studio envelope (ddr-densho-390-2)
Photograph envelope with a total of $1.00 and advertisement for Ansco Film.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 51, No.23 (December 2, 1960) (ddr-pc-32-49)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 51, No.23 (December 2, 1960) (ddr-pc-32-49)
Select article titles: "President Invites JACL to White House Conference on Aging, to Push for Low-Cost or Rent Housing" (p.1); "Oldest Japanese Christian church in American celebrates 75th anniversary" (p.2); "Calif. Attorney general to fight policy of 'whites only' in golf pro association" (p. 3); "Issei pioneer who retouched photographs of every President since Wilson succumbs" …
Ted Akimoto taking a photograph (ddr-densho-299-144)
img Ted Akimoto taking a photograph (ddr-densho-299-144)
Caption: "Our cameras were bulky 4x5 Speed Graphics. Nothing was automatic. You took a wood film holder / which held one piece of film on each side, placed it in the back, pulled out a slide, put in a flash bulb, / figured out your exposure and cocked the shutter, set the f stop, focused and …
Ted Akimoto's Army Photographer patch (ddr-densho-299-247)
img Ted Akimoto's Army Photographer patch (ddr-densho-299-247)
Caption: "At the end of WWII I was fortunate enough to be Photo Assignment Officer for the Signal Photo / division of the Supreme Command Allied Powers (SCAP) in Tokyo, Japan. Our responsibilities / were to take all newsworthy still photographs and newsreels requested by the Public Information / Office of SCAP. All photos taken in …
Letter from Robert Ikari to Ted Akimoto (ddr-densho-299-76)
doc Letter from Robert Ikari to Ted Akimoto (ddr-densho-299-76)
Letter regarding the quality of the cameras used by the army, Robert's reassignment, and "George's" discharge.
U. Oyama in the photo studio, Amache Co-op (ddr-csujad-55-1564)
img U. Oyama in the photo studio, Amache Co-op (ddr-csujad-55-1564)
Black and white photograph of U. Oyama taking a photograph of a young girl in the photography studio at Amache Consumer Enterprises, Amache incarceration camp. From the Amache Co-op Souvenir Album, page 28. See also sac_jaac_1530 through sac_jaac_1589. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_1566
Miyuki
img Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-80)
One copy of a color studio portrait photograph of Miyuki "Kay" Kida taken in celebration of her 89th birthday.
Miyuki
img Miyuki "Kay" Kida and George Kida (ddr-one-3-81)
Color studio portrait photograph of Kay and her son George Kida taken in celebration of her 89th birthday. From left to right: Miyuki "Kay" Kida and George Kida.
Miyuki
img Miyuki "Kay" Kida (ddr-one-3-131)
One copy of a color studio portrait photograph of Miyuki "Kay" Kida taken in celebration of her 89th birthday. Inscribed on the back "#11."
Hugh Kasai (ddr-one-1-658)
img Hugh Kasai (ddr-one-1-658)
Black and white photographic print of Hugh Kasai sitting in a chair smiling for the camera.
Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka (ddr-one-1-730)
img Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka (ddr-one-1-730)
Black and white photographic negative of Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka sitting in front of a black backdrop inside the Oregon Camera Club's studio. She is wearing an elbow length sweater with one hand resting on a table in front of her.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-708)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-708)
Black and white photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani and Lady Yoshiko Ohtani disembarking from a train upon their arrival in Portland. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-707)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-707)
Black and white photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani sitting in an armchair reading a newspaper. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-711)
img Gomonshu and Lady Ohtani's Visit to Portland (ddr-one-1-711)
Black and what photographic negative of Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani and Lady Yoshiko Ohtani sitting in leather chairs at the train station. Gomonshu Koshi Ohtani was the leader of the Jodo Shinshu Hongwaniji-ha Buddhist sect, and was visiting Portland for the first time since the end of World War II with his wife Lady Yoshiko Ohtani.
Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka (ddr-one-1-748)
img Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka (ddr-one-1-748)
Black and white photographic negative of Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka sitting in front of a white backdrop in the Oregon Camera Club's studio. She wears a formal dress as she sits on the floor leaning forward towards the camera.
Frank Hirahara in developing room (ddr-one-1-567)
img Frank Hirahara in developing room (ddr-one-1-567)
Photographic negative of a close up of Frank Hirahara sitting in front of a large sink developing photographs.
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