img Issei woman taking her child for a walk (ddr-densho-259-44)
Shidzuyo Yasui taking Kay Yasui for a walk.
img Issei man preparing for journey to Japan (ddr-densho-259-458)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Can [Renichi Fujimoto] and Ches [Tsuyoshi Yasui] at the Hood River railroad station, where Chan left for Japan in late 1929 to get his wife, Matsuyo."
img Family portrait of Issei and Nisei (ddr-densho-259-371)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Family portrait of the Karasawa family. Some time in the late 19 teens, the Karasawa family moved to Hood River, where they opened a laundry, on Oak Street, I think. They were one of the few Japanese families who lived permanently in town, although there had been other sojourners."
img Issei parents and four children (ddr-densho-259-52)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "This is [Shidzuyo and Masuo Yasui] with Kay, Ches [Tsuyoshi], Min[oru], and [either] Yuki [or] Michi."
img Three brothers in front of their house (ddr-densho-259-7)
The three younger Yasui brothers [Kay, Tsuyoshi (Ches), and Minoru Yasui] at their home in Hood River, Oregon.
img Nisei children on a stagnant slough (ddr-densho-259-427)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi, Shu and Roku, standing on a cracked, dried up lake bed. Michi is holding a fishing pole, and it looks like Roku is holding a gun as tall as he. Shu is in the middle What looks like a dried lake bed actually was the remains of a big stagnant slough ...
img Issei man and children at train station (ddr-densho-259-195)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Min[oru], Michi, Roku, Shu, Homer & Yuka standing with Chan [Renichi Fujimoto] at the Hood River train depot. This was probably taken in the winter of 1929, when Chan went back to Japan to bring Obasan [Matsuyo Fujimoto] home to Hood River."
img "Nikkei farm family scene" (ddr-densho-259-133)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "A Nikkei farm family scene, taken at one of the early Yasui farms in Summit, which is slightly north and a little west of Odell, Oregon. The farm 'family' was mostly the young Masuo and Shidzuyo Yasuis Sitting back left is, I believe, Yoshizaemon Mori...I think that standing in the center ...
img Portrait of Mary Abe's family (ddr-one-1-77)
Black and white photographic negative of Mary Abe's family posed seated in her living room. Photo portrait of an unknown man on the side table. Back row left to right: Marge Horigami, Florence "Flo" (Teshima) Anazawa, remaining unidentified . Front row left to right: May (Abe) Endo unidentified woman.
img George Kida picnicking with relatives from Japan (ddr-one-3-82)
Color photograph of George Kida (foreground facing the camera) and visiting family from Japan sitting at a picnic table.
img George Kida and relatives from Japan at family graveyard (ddr-one-3-87)
Color photograph of George Kida and family visiting from Japan visiting Miyuki "Kay" Kida and Kenjiro Kida's gravestones. George is on the right.
img George Kida and relatives from Japan at family graveyard (ddr-one-3-85)
Color polaroid photograph of George Kida's family visiting from Japan standing at Miyuki "Kay" Kida and Kenjiro Kida's gravestones.
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 69, No. 2 (July 11,1969) (ddr-pc-41-28)
Select article titles: "Nat'l JACL board & staff interim session scheduled" (p. 1); "The Warren Court" (p. 2); "Astronauts taking message to moon from world leaders" (p. 2); "Parents' primary duty to child is to teach love, responsibility" (p. 4); "The Visible Majority" (p. 6).