Religious organizations

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Religious organizations (175)

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Priest (ddr-densho-330-295)
img Priest (ddr-densho-330-295)
Caption on front under photo written in Japanese, faded writing in English on face of photo
Nun holding papers (ddr-densho-330-156)
img Nun holding papers (ddr-densho-330-156)
Image is of a photograph in a photo album. Caption bellow photo says: Sister Rosa Maria
Letter from Geo. Yoshioka to Rev. [Wendell] Miller, September 22, 1942 (ddr-csujad-20-10)
doc Letter from Geo. Yoshioka to Rev. [Wendell] Miller, September 22, 1942 (ddr-csujad-20-10)
Personal letter written en route to Granada, Colorado from the Temporary Assembly Center at Santa Anita, describing the train ride thus far, one day into their journey. Included are a description of the food, the terrain in Utah, where they have currently made a stop, and the train itself, a Pullman with two cars out of …
Presbyterian Picnic (ddr-densho-383-201)
img Presbyterian Picnic (ddr-densho-383-201)
Written on album page below photograph: "Presbyterian CE Picnic 1932. Kim Takehara, Marion Nakagawa, Toots Yamamoto, 'Ted Lewis' Matsuda".
Group on front porch of house (ddr-densho-383-220)
img Group on front porch of house (ddr-densho-383-220)
Written on album page below photograph: "Presbyterian Conference '28".
World Wide Guild members (ddr-densho-383-199)
img World Wide Guild members (ddr-densho-383-199)
Written on album page below photograph: "The WWG's". The World Wide Guild consisted of groups organized by the Japanese Baptist Church for young women and girls.
Large group at Presbyterian Young People's Conference (ddr-densho-383-372)
img Large group at Presbyterian Young People's Conference (ddr-densho-383-372)
Written on front of photo: "Presbyterian Young People's Summer Conference - Bainbridge Island, 1929. Linkletter Studio, 3714 B". Stamped on back of phtoograph: "Linkletter's Landscape Studio. Seattle, Wash."
World Wide Guild members (ddr-densho-383-239)
img World Wide Guild members (ddr-densho-383-239)
Written on album page below photograph: "W.W.G. Baptist". The World Wide Guild consisted of groups organized by the Japanese Baptist Church for young women and girls.
Japanese Groups and Associations in the United States: Community Analysis Report No. 3 March 1943 (ddr-densho-356-1031)
doc Japanese Groups and Associations in the United States: Community Analysis Report No. 3 March 1943 (ddr-densho-356-1031)
Japanese Groups and Associations in the United States: Community Analysis Report No. 3 March 1944. Report reviewing Japanese social groups like Kenjinkai to determine if they indicate subversion within membership. Also attempts to determine the differences between Buddhism and Shintoism.
Letter to Yuri Domoto from Harry Emerson Fosdick (ddr-densho-356-229)
doc Letter to Yuri Domoto from Harry Emerson Fosdick (ddr-densho-356-229)
Letter to Yuriko Domoto Tsukada from Reverend Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick of The Riverside Church in New York City. Reverend Dr. Fosdick wrote to Yuriko as Sergeant Yoshito Shibata visited the church during his furlough to New York City and provided her name and address to them as part of his required registration to visit the …
Young Buddhist League Convention Queen (ddr-one-1-25)
img Young Buddhist League Convention Queen (ddr-one-1-25)
Black and white photographic print of the Fourth Annual Northwest Young Buddhist League's Convection Queen: Mary (Nakata) Fujii of Portland, Oregon. She is dressed in a dark formal gown, wearing a jeweled tiara and velvet robe. The photograph was found in Frank Hirahara's memorabilia of his time in Portland.
Young Buddhist League Convention Court and Queen (ddr-one-1-26)
img Young Buddhist League Convention Court and Queen (ddr-one-1-26)
Black and white photographic print of the Fourth Annual Northwest Young Buddhist League's Convection Court and Queen. Left to Right: Mae (Okazaki) Sasaki of Tacoma, Washington; Margaret Tomoguchi of Seattle, Washington; Mary (Nakata) Fujii of Portland, Oregon (Queen); Sumi (Hashimoto) Kurokawa, and Takako Nitta of Spokane, Washington. This photograph was found in Frank Hirahara's memorabilia of …
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