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MP honor guard (ddr-densho-159-133)
img MP honor guard (ddr-densho-159-133)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-139)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-139)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-153)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-153)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-148)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-148)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-146)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-146)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-142)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-142)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-145)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-145)
This memorial service took place in the Amache High School gymnasium.
Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-151)
img Memorial service (ddr-densho-159-151)
Memorial service for Amache servicemen killed in action.
Buddhist funeral at Heart Mountain (ddr-densho-293-9)
img Buddhist funeral at Heart Mountain (ddr-densho-293-9)
The funeral for Mrs. Ito Mizuta. Sam Torakichi Migita, Koto Hirahara, Sato Hirahara, and possibly Rev. Tesho Matsumoto present.
Manzanar internee graveyard and marker (ddr-densho-345-86)
img Manzanar internee graveyard and marker (ddr-densho-345-86)
A series of photographs taken by Harry Gamble and his team at Manzanar and Tule Lake concentration camps as part of their research. This research was then used to lobby for Tule Lake and not Manzanar be the camp to be designated a National Historic Landmark.
Manzanar internee graveyard marker (ddr-densho-345-87)
img Manzanar internee graveyard marker (ddr-densho-345-87)
A series of photographs taken by Harry Gamble and his team at Manzanar and Tule Lake concentration camps as part of their research. This research was then used to lobby for Tule Lake and not Manzanar be the camp to be designated a National Historic Landmark.
Manzanar internee gravesites (ddr-densho-345-88)
img Manzanar internee gravesites (ddr-densho-345-88)
A series of photographs taken by Harry Gamble and his team at Manzanar and Tule Lake concentration camps as part of their research. This research was then used to lobby for Tule Lake and not Manzanar be the camp to be designated a National Historic Landmark.
Manzanar internee gravesites (ddr-densho-345-89)
img Manzanar internee gravesites (ddr-densho-345-89)
A series of photographs taken by Harry Gamble and his team at Manzanar and Tule Lake concentration camps as part of their research. This research was then used to lobby for Tule Lake and not Manzanar be the camp to be designated a National Historic Landmark.
Brother and sister (ddr-densho-348-7)
img Brother and sister (ddr-densho-348-7)
Imelda and Chuck Kinoshita in Minidoka concentration camp. Imelda had returned from the East Coast to attend their brother Francis "Bako" Kinoshita's funeral.
Four sisters (ddr-densho-348-8)
img Four sisters (ddr-densho-348-8)
Four sisters, Mary, Imelda, Mary Jane, and Irene who all returned to Minidoka concentration camp from the East Coast for their brother Francis "Bako" Kinoshita's funeral.
Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita receiving a flag (ddr-densho-348-12)
img Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita receiving a flag (ddr-densho-348-12)
Fred Suyekichi and Akino Kinoshita (center and left) receive a flag in honor of their son Staff Sergeant Francis "Bako" Kinoshita, killed in action in World War II, accompanied by a family friend (right).
Envelope and letters to Dr. Keizaburo
doc Envelope and letters to Dr. Keizaburo "Kei" Koyama from Teru Koyama and Miriam Koyama (ddr-one-5-37)
Envelope addressed to Dr. Keizaburo Koyama at Camp Livingston from his wife, Teru Koyama, and daughter, Miriam Kiyo Koyama. Postmarked October 6, 1942. To the left of the postmark “Oct 11, 1942,” is written in red pencil. On the left side of the envelope is a purple "Censored" stamp from Camp Livingston. Inside the envelope are …
Funeral conducted by Reverend Terao (ddr-sbbt-2-22)
img Funeral conducted by Reverend Terao (ddr-sbbt-2-22)
Funeral attendees surround a casket draped in flowers at the Minidoka concentration camp. Reverend Terao presides over the funeral of Mr. Nakazaki, who passed away from cancer at Minidoka Hospital. Japanese text written on verso.
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