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An Oral History with J.S. Kishiyama and Y. Kishiyama (ddr-csujad-29-3)
av An Oral History with J.S. Kishiyama and Y. Kishiyama (ddr-csujad-29-3)
Reflections of an elderly Orange County, California couple on their experiences in America. He recounts his years as an immigrant; she discusses her family background, makeup of Japanese-American community, and rural living. This oral history was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project, Oral History Program, California State University, Fullerton; interview conducted by Pat Morgan. …
Orange County Young Buddhists Assn. members (ddr-csujad-29-280)
img Orange County Young Buddhists Assn. members (ddr-csujad-29-280)
Photograph titled: "Orange County Young Buddhists Assn. Members." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: P223
Commemorating Seytsu Takahashi's 45 year anniversary as Archbishop of Shingon Buddhist Mission (ddr-csujad-29-15)
img Commemorating Seytsu Takahashi's 45 year anniversary as Archbishop of Shingon Buddhist Mission (ddr-csujad-29-15)
Postcard photo commemorating Seytsu Takahashi's 45 year anniversary as Archbishop of Shingon Buddhist Mission. Oral history interview transcript and audio are found in items: csufccop_jaoh_0027 and csufccop_jaoh_0029. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 1616_P01
An Oral History with John Yukio Mori (ddr-csujad-29-2)
av An Oral History with John Yukio Mori (ddr-csujad-29-2)
A Sansei and conscientious objector to the Vietnam war discusses alternate service as partner in Amerasia Bookstore, a nonprofit organization serving Los Angeles's Little Tokyo; activities in Young Buddhist Association; parent's reaction to his current life-style; and long term effect of World War II incarceration. This oral history was conducted for the Japanese Oral History Project …
Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
img Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
Front (left to right): Miye Ishikawa, Sachiko Sumioka, and Yoshi Asaba. Back: Yoshiko Tsuji, Nobi Ishida, Fumi Okimoto, Yae Kanogawa, and T. R. Goto.
Family outside church (ddr-densho-18-80)
img Family outside church (ddr-densho-18-80)
Chise Takemura and her children, Sumiko (left), and Kazuko, stand in front of the White River Buddhist Church.
Wapato Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-25-98)
img Wapato Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-25-98)
Northwest Young People's Buddhist Federation Conference. (Identification on the photograph.)
Community ceremony (ddr-densho-25-101)
img Community ceremony (ddr-densho-25-101)
This ceremony took place in the White River Buddhist Church in Auburn, Washington.
Buddhist funeral service (ddr-densho-23-18)
img Buddhist funeral service (ddr-densho-23-18)
The Seattle Buddhist Temple is still located in the Nihonmachi area of Seattle, which is now known as the International District.
Farewell party for a Buddhist Reverend (ddr-densho-25-107)
img Farewell party for a Buddhist Reverend (ddr-densho-25-107)
This farewell party for Reverend Takemura took place in the White River Buddhist Church.
Obon (ddr-densho-34-32)
img Obon (ddr-densho-34-32)
The Japanese American community gathers at a cemetery in Port Blakely, Washington, for Obon, a Buddhist ceremony honoring deceased ancestors.
Ceremony at the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-34-87)
img Ceremony at the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-34-87)
Left to right: Tomi Hayashida, Shimako Nishimori, Michi Shibayama, Mae Terayama, and Kiyo Takayoshi.
Senninbari,
img Senninbari, "thousand-stitch belt" (ddr-densho-105-8)
Minoru "Min" Tsubota's mother made this senninbari in Tule Lake. It is known as a thousand-stitch belt, and was created to protect a soldier going into battle. Each of the thousand knots was sewn by a different woman. On the belt is stitched Min's Buddhist name, the traditional Buddhist chant of "Namu Amida Butsu," and a …
Buddhist Church dedication (ddr-densho-109-48)
img Buddhist Church dedication (ddr-densho-109-48)
Dedication of the first Buddhist church in Tacoma, Washington. Reverend Yuhara with Mr. Uematsu Yoshioka directly behind him.
Reverend at a Buddhist church dedication (ddr-densho-109-25)
img Reverend at a Buddhist church dedication (ddr-densho-109-25)
Reverend J. Yuhawa is at the dedication of Tacoma, Washington's first Buddhist church.
Wedding (ddr-densho-109-53)
img Wedding (ddr-densho-109-53)
This photo is of the first Buddhist wedding in Tacoma, Washington.
Buddhist parsonage (ddr-densho-109-45)
img Buddhist parsonage (ddr-densho-109-45)
This was the first Buddhist parsonage in Tacoma, Washington.
Buddhist church dedication parade (ddr-densho-109-49)
img Buddhist church dedication parade (ddr-densho-109-49)
Dedication of the first Buddhist church in Tacoma, Washington. This parade began in the Red Room in the Hiroshima Hotel.
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