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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 85, No. 7 (August 12, 1977) (ddr-pc-49-31)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 85, No. 7 (August 12, 1977) (ddr-pc-49-31)
Selected article titles: "Asians Question Ruling on Filipino Nurses" (p.1), "Carter's Plan on Illegal Aliens Finally Detailed" (p.1), "Mineta Keeps Hectic Schedule on Recent Home District Visit" (p.1, 3), "A Sansei Awakening" (p.4, 7), "Tacoma Reunion" (p.4), "Young Peoples Christian Conference Foundation Stone for Nisei Leadership" (p.7).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 95, No. 15 (October 8, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-40)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 95, No. 15 (October 8, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-40)
Selected article titles: "Government Used Census Data to Intern Nikkei, Says Toland" (pp. 1, 5), "Journalists Trade Views After U.S.-Japan Exchange Program" (p. 2), "East Wind: A 'Rashomon' View of Nisei Week Queens" (p. 5), and "Seattle Church Heads for Japan Museum" (p. 6).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 99, No. 14 [17] (October 26, 1984) (ddr-pc-56-42)
img Pacific Citizen, Vol. 99, No. 14 [17] (October 26, 1984) (ddr-pc-56-42)
Selected article titles: "Toyota, Chao advise assertiveness" (p. 1), "Survivors of U.S. atomic bombs seek information, aid" (p. 1), "Oyaji Syndrome" (p. 4), "Japanese American Methodists and Charity" (p. 5), "Candidate's postwar years in south central L.A. recalled" (p. 6), "Sato sketches goals and objectives for 1984-86 at Nat'l Board meeting" (p. 8), "National JACL leaders …
The Kinoshita Family meeting visitors at the Minidoka main gate (ddr-fom-1-429)
img The Kinoshita Family meeting visitors at the Minidoka main gate (ddr-fom-1-429)
Left to right: Chuck Kinoshita, Fred Suyekichi Kinoshita, Mary Kinoshita, Akino Kinoshita, unknown, unknown, Father Leopold Tibesar.
The Kinoshita Family meeting visitors at the Minidoka main gate (ddr-fom-1-430)
img The Kinoshita Family meeting visitors at the Minidoka main gate (ddr-fom-1-430)
Left to right: Unknown, Chuck Kinoshita, Fred Suyekichi Kinoshita, Mary Kinoshita, Akino Kinoshita, unknown, Father Leopold Tibesar.
Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-57)
img Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-57)
A group photograph outside of the Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church (renamed Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church in 1956). Seiso Bitow is on the back row, sixth from the left.
Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-107)
img Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-107)
Mourners pose for a photograph at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister at a church. Fumi's sister died during the bombing of Hiroshima while visiting Japan. Seiso Bitow and his daughter Nobi are standing on the front row, fourth and fifth from the right.
Group photograph on Grant and 5th (ddr-densho-395-60)
img Group photograph on Grant and 5th (ddr-densho-395-60)
Group photograph outside a church, possibly Spokane Methodist Church, on the corner of Grant Street and 5th Avenue. The group is primarily women in winter coats with ribbons pinned to their lapels. Seiso Bitow is possibly standing on the second row, second from the right.
Japanese Methodist Church choir (ddr-densho-395-87)
img Japanese Methodist Church choir (ddr-densho-395-87)
The Japanese Methodist Church choir poses in their robes. Kimiko Bitow is standing on the back row, fourth from the right.
Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-79)
img Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-79)
A group photograph outside of the Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church (renamed Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church in 1956). Accompanying materials state, "Caucasian man may be Reverend E. L. Blaine who bought the church in First Methodist Church's name because Japanese Americans could not buy property."
Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-59)
img Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-59)
A large group of men, women, and children in their winter coats pose outside the Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-106)
img Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-106)
Mourners pose next to flower arrangements at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister. Fumi's sister died during the bombing of Hiroshima while visiting Japan. Accompanying materials state that Fumi was best friends with Ikuko Bitow Chan. Seiso Bitow is standing, second from the left.
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