Greenhouses

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Brothers at work (ddr-densho-441-82)
img Brothers at work (ddr-densho-441-82)
Photograph of the three Hayashi brothers at their father's greenhouse construction site. From left to right: Patrick Saburo Hayashi, Gerald Tadashi Hayashi, and Norman Makoto Hayashi. Written along the bottom of the photographs is "May 1950" in fading blue ink.
Norm, Gayle, Shin, and Trainees at exhibit (ddr-densho-441-44)
img Norm, Gayle, Shin, and Trainees at exhibit (ddr-densho-441-44)
Photograph of Union City Greenhouse Inc. employees and trainees in front of an exhibit they made for the Alameda City Fair. From left to right, Norman Makoto Hayashi, Gayle (Taketomo) Hayashi, 4 unidentified trainees, and Shin Kato.
Warren with Poinsettias (ddr-densho-441-48)
img Warren with Poinsettias (ddr-densho-441-48)
Photograph of Warren Hayashi holding poinsettias in a greenhouse of potted poinsettias.
Flooded grounds (ddr-densho-441-40)
img Flooded grounds (ddr-densho-441-40)
Photograph of flooded grounds. Due to the Alameda Creek overflowing, the Hayashi family's newly constructed greenhouses and the surrounding land flooded.
Three Brothers (ddr-densho-441-34)
img Three Brothers (ddr-densho-441-34)
Photograph of the three Hayashi brothers on a break from helping build a greenhouse. From left to right: Gerald Saburo Hayashi, Patrick Saburo, and Norman Makoto Hayashi. Written along the bottom of the image is "May 1950" in fading blue ink.
Ted and Norm (ddr-densho-441-45)
img Ted and Norm (ddr-densho-441-45)
Photograph of Ted Katayama (left) and Norman Makoto Hayashi (right).
Norman with frozen cyclamens (ddr-densho-441-76)
img Norman with frozen cyclamens (ddr-densho-441-76)
Norman Makoto Hayashi showcasing plants that froze inside the greenhouses.
H. Hayashi & Co greenhouses (ddr-densho-441-27)
img H. Hayashi & Co greenhouses (ddr-densho-441-27)
Black and white photograph of Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's Oakland greenhouses. Inscribed on the photograph is "Greenhouses of H. HAYASHI & CO. 2311 73rd Ave., Oakland, Cal. Heated entirely by S.T. JOHNSON equipment. Written along the bottom of the photograph is "= 1930" in blue ink.
Greenhouse construction (ddr-densho-441-67)
img Greenhouse construction (ddr-densho-441-67)
Buildings constructed by Henry Taro Hayashi. Written on the bottom of the image is "October 20, 1950" in purple ink
Packing for shipment (ddr-densho-441-72)
img Packing for shipment (ddr-densho-441-72)
Norman Makoto Hayashi (far left) and two unidentified men packing plants for shipment.
Woman in greenhouse (ddr-densho-441-100)
img Woman in greenhouse (ddr-densho-441-100)
Photograph of an unidentified woman in a kimono in the Hayashi greenhouse.
Nursery workers (ddr-densho-458-27)
img Nursery workers (ddr-densho-458-27)
15 nursery workers. Front row: 2nd and 3rd from let: Naomi Higaki and Mr. Isobe. Second row: 3rd and 4th from left: Fumiko Isobe and Ruth Belasco. Back row: Shigeru Higaki (partially hidden by Belasco)
Yoshioka greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-684)
img Yoshioka greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-684)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Greenhouses, Hanako, Giichi, Yukie, and father Tadaichi Yoshioka."
Hayward greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-712)
img Hayward greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-712)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Stockton Buddhist Church members at Hayward."
Greenhouses in Hayward (ddr-densho-357-26)
img Greenhouses in Hayward (ddr-densho-357-26)
Two adults and two children, all wearing work clothes, stand in front of the exterior of two greenhouses.
Carnation greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-724)
img Carnation greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-724)
Carnations grow in a greenhouse at the Yoshioka nursery in Hayward.
Yoshioka nursery (ddr-densho-357-672)
img Yoshioka nursery (ddr-densho-357-672)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Yoshioka nursery. Greenhouses and water tank."
Hayward greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-598)
img Hayward greenhouse (ddr-densho-357-598)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Stockton church members came to say goodbye at Hayward."
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