doc Pacific Citizen, Vol 68, No. 10 (March 7, 1969) (ddr-pc-41-10)
Select article titles: "AJAs as racial intermediary urged" (p. 1); "S.F. students strike for identity" (p. 1); "Pranksters Fly 'Hinomaru' Up School Flagpole" (p. 2) "JACL Campaign Against Concentration Camps" (p. 2); "Gas disperses floral union workers" (p. 3).
img Chiyoko Kono sitting on bench in front of florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-269)
Caption below photo: Chiyoko Kono sits in front of the family's floral shop, Hayashi Floral in Alameda, CA. Hikotaro "Harry" Kono bought it from the Hayashi family, but retained the Hayashi name. Pictured in the 2305 Santa Clara location. Circa 1930's
img Portion of photo album page with photo of Yemiko "Emi/Amy" Kono sitting on bench outside florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-258)
Caption: "Amelia" "where are you heading for?"
img Hikotaro "Harry" Kono with fish (ddr-ajah-6-272)
Caption below photo: Issei Hikotaro Harry Kono fished for enjoyment. Besides having a floral shop in Alameda, he was a trophy winning salt/freshwater sport fisherman and community leader. He loved baseball and sponsored baseball teams. Seen here is Hikotaro in 1936 and his big catch of striped bass.
doc Commemorative Issue 2600th Anniversary Yearbook and Directory 1940-1941 (ddr-densho-480-2)
The yearbook includes pictures and information about Japanese American businesses, schools, organizations, individuals, and families. The directory includes city indexes for California, as well as a few city indexes for Arizona and Japan, with advertisements for businesses and organizations throughout the city indexes.
vh Kenneth Narahara Interview Segment 3 (ddr-ajah-1-2-3)
Father's prewar florist business