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Front of new home (ddr-densho-359-224)
img Front of new home (ddr-densho-359-224)
The front of the new Kawamoto home completed in 1930.
Father and daughter (ddr-densho-359-505)
img Father and daughter (ddr-densho-359-505)
Caption in album "Father and sister on Olympic Highway".
Okano family 1940s photo album (ddr-densho-359-1298)
img Okano family 1940s photo album (ddr-densho-359-1298)
Phillip and Alice Okano's first family photograph album. The album begins with their wedding and their honeymoon and moves through the war years and their time in Idaho and into the post-war years.
Woman and child (ddr-densho-359-1595)
img Woman and child (ddr-densho-359-1595)
The caption written on the album page is "Cheryl 1946".
Nisei twin brothers (ddr-densho-242-3)
img Nisei twin brothers (ddr-densho-242-3)
Caption by Ike Hatchimonji:: "Father Kumezo Hatchimonji, mother Nobue, twin sons: left Megumi (Mike) and Tasuke (Ike). Born January 8, 1928, El Centro, California."
Shikie Kihara and husband (ddr-densho-252-75)
img Shikie Kihara and husband (ddr-densho-252-75)
A man in a military uniform standing next to a seated woman in a kimono in front of a building. (Left to right) Unknown Shimazu and Shikie Kihara. Caption on Post-it: "Shikie Kihara w/husb., mar[ried] ? Shimazu. Her husband was 1st one to bomb Nanking."
Family walk outside (ddr-densho-252-31)
img Family walk outside (ddr-densho-252-31)
Caption on Post-it: "Auntie & Toshie (Shozo's wife) - daughter."
Family portrait (ddr-densho-252-37)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-252-37)
(Clockwise, from left) Tadashi Taniguchi, Shizuka Taniguchi, Chioko Taniguchi. Caption on Post-it: "Taniguchis. Uncle Tadashi & Shizuka & Chioko."
Three women in kimono (ddr-densho-252-29)
img Three women in kimono (ddr-densho-252-29)
Three women dressed in kimono, standing with a small child. (Clockwise, from left) Kazu Taketani Taniguchi, unknown Yamamura nee Taniguchi, Toru Yamamura, Shizu Tanizaki nee Taniguchi. Caption on Post-it: "Kazu Taketani T., Renzo's sister Shizu (Dad's Grandma) - her dau. Mar. Yamamura; baby = Toru Yamamura (1st son)."
At an event (ddr-densho-252-9)
img At an event (ddr-densho-252-9)
(Left to right) Ferry Hiroko Taniguchi nee Okura, Fred Wataru Taniguchi.
Wedding photograph (ddr-densho-252-76)
img Wedding photograph (ddr-densho-252-76)
Possibly of Fred Wataru Taniguchi and Ferry Hiroko Okura?
Wayne and Hideo Kato (ddr-densho-258-87)
img Wayne and Hideo Kato (ddr-densho-258-87)
Two men, one in a military uniform, standing outside a building. Caption below: "Wayne & Hideo Kato."
Dad and Grace (ddr-densho-258-84)
img Dad and Grace (ddr-densho-258-84)
Man and young girl posing in front of a hilly landscape. Caption above: "Dad & Grace."
Nisei girl visiting family in Japan (ddr-densho-259-280)
img Nisei girl visiting family in Japan (ddr-densho-259-280)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi [Yasui] visiting the Miyake relatives, when she went there for a visit alone, in the summer of 1940."
Japanese American family at train station (ddr-densho-259-210)
img Japanese American family at train station (ddr-densho-259-210)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Shidzuyo Yasui] and all eight of the Yasui children seeing [Renichi Fujimoto] off at the Hood River train depot."
Japanese family in formal attire (ddr-densho-259-152)
img Japanese family in formal attire (ddr-densho-259-152)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Unknown Japanese family in Japan in formal wear. This is pictured only to show a very nice looking family, classily dressed."
Two Japanese American families on farmland (ddr-densho-259-247)
img Two Japanese American families on farmland (ddr-densho-259-247)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Nikkei visitors to what must surely have been the Willow Flat farm both [Shidzuyo and Masuo Yasui] are dressed in their farm working clothes This photo shows the typical farm working clothes that [Shidzuyo]--and almost all of the Hood River valley Issei women of the time wore, when working in the orchards ...
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