img Fred Wataru Taniguchi and Ferry Hiroko Okura (ddr-densho-252-97)
(Left to right) Fred Wataru Taniguchi and Ferry Hiroko Okura (identified on Post-it caption).
img Portrait of a boy in high school (ddr-densho-259-14)
Portrait of Shu Yasui as a high school student.
img Japanese family on a ship to America (ddr-densho-259-122)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Picture of [Renichi Fujimoto] and [Matsuyo Fujimoto] and another Japanese man, standing on the deck of a ship. Since Obasan is wearing a kimono, this must have been taken when she left for American with [Renichi, her husband]. They arrived in Seattle on March 10, 1931."
img Family on an engawa in Japan (ddr-densho-259-120)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Rare photo of [Matsuyo and Renichi Fujimoto] sitting on a veranda (engawa) in Japan, with three young kids and an elderly Japanese couple [Renichi's] adoptive mother, Haru Yasui Fujimoto, was born on July 24, 1848; and his adoptive father, Chojiro Fujimoto, was born on September 5, 1844, in Aono. Chojiro's ...
img Nikkei family seated in living room (ddr-densho-259-393)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "The Katsusaburo and Michiko Tamura family portrait, taken in their home located jear the old Emory (?) sawmill east of Odell, [Oregon]. Seated, [left to right]: Michiko (mother), Alice, unidentified Issei man, George & Oscar. Standing, [left to right]: Katsusaburo (father) & Harry."
img Formal portrait of eight Japanese men in Nanukaichi (ddr-densho-259-54)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo] and [Shinataro] Yasui posing with 6 young Japanese men."
img Issei and Nisei men at railroad depot (ddr-densho-259-212)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui], Kay and Ches, together with an unidentified Japanese man, standing in front of the old Hood River Railroad Depot I will guess that Kay was 17 here, and Ches 16."
img Nisei children drinking milk (ddr-densho-259-426)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi, Roku and Shu [Yasui], sucking on what appear to be milk bottles taken in front of the dilapidated wooden storage shed attached to our old home on Third Street. We always used to call that side room the hisashi. That old hisashi was always a scary place to me, because it ...
img Japanese American family on a hillside (ddr-densho-259-203)
The Yasui family and friends in Mosier, Oregon. Counterclockwise from top: Reverend Isaac Inouye, Masaki Asai, Renichi Fujimoto, Shu Yasui, Roku Yasui, and Masuo Yasui.
img Japanese American family on a boat to Japan (ddr-densho-259-11)
The Yasui family on a boat en route to Japan in 1926.
img Nisei brother and sisters (ddr-densho-259-476)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Kay, Michi and Yuka [Yasui], Third Street home In this photo, the white patches in front of Kay's ears on both sides are bandages. Earlier that summer, in June, 1930, he had gone to some sort of a military camp. It was called C.M.T.C., Camp Hurlburt, Vancouver Barracks ...