img Issei and Nisei men at railroad depot (ddr-densho-259-148)
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 Japanese mother and child wearing kimono (ddr-densho-259-483)
Portrait of an unidentified Japanese mother and child wearing kimono.
img "Nikkei farm family scene" (ddr-densho-259-358)
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 Family picture in Japan (ddr-densho-259-535)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Family picture of Saburo and Fumi Miyake with Daiichi Takeoka, of Portland, Oregon, in this group. Our maternal grandmother, Hisa Fujii Miyakie [Miyake] is in the center Presumably this photo was taken in their family home."
img Family portrait in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-259-134)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Part of the Miyake family in Japan, before [Shidzuyo] left to start teaching school. Pictured are Grandma Hisa Fujii Miyake, Grandpa Ichiro Miyake, Great Grandma Tsuno Sato Miyake, Uncle Saburo and Mom [Shidzuyo]. There's a little girl in this picture, but she's unidentified."
img Nisei child sitting on a table with a statue (ddr-densho-259-155)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Kay [Yasui] sitting on an oak table, with a statuette of an extremely high-foreheaded but bald Japanese man. Actually this statue represented one of the seven Chinese Gods of good fortune, which the Japanese called Fukuroku Ju This god was known for his ability to prophesy events and to perform miracles for ...
img Issei mother and children (ddr-densho-259-137)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "This is a formal portrait of most of the Yasui family, taken in the Third Street home in Hood River [Shidzuyo] is holding Shu on her lap, Mihci is sitting in an adjustable child's chair, Roku is sitting on a rectangular leather-topped stool, and the older boys are gathered in front ...
img Japanese woman wearing kimono (ddr-densho-259-487)
Portrait of an unidentified Japanese woman wearing kimono.
img Group portrait in front of torii in Japan (ddr-densho-259-292)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Large number of Japan relatives (my guess) with Michi [Yasui]. There's a fairly large torii [gate] in the background and what seems to be ongoing construction of a mon (Japanese entrance gate)."
img Issei mother and baby daughter (ddr-densho-259-194)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Shidzuyo Yasui] holding Yuka [Yasui] as a baby in her arms, taken on the Hood River courthouse lawn on April 24, 1927, presumably by Kay [Yasui]."
img Two Nisei brothers in front of a fence (ddr-densho-259-5)
Tsuyoshi (Ches) Yasui holding Roku Yasui as a baby.
img Nisei boys at the beach (ddr-densho-259-127)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[This is] the Columbia River beach at the [Yasui family's] Mosier farm, and Ches [Tsuyoshi Yasui] & Min[oru Yasui], and the 2 Kanemasu brothers, Kazuo and Wataru, are playing around in the water in their underwear."
img Men and children with hiking sticks (ddr-densho-259-41)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Toyoji Abe, Daiichi Takeoka, [Masuo Yasui], Kay, Ches and Min holding hiking sticks and posing on a very rocky field, Mt. Hood in the background it looks like the area around the old Cloud Cap Inn."
img "Young Nisei boy standing in a car behind the steering wheel" (ddr-densho-259-386)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Young Nisei boy standing in a car behind the steering wheel. Yuka [Yasui] has captioned this youngster as being Kay Takeoka."
img Three siblings in front of an apple tree (ddr-densho-259-9)
Kay, Ches, and Yuki Yasui standing in front of an apple tree.
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."