Identity and values
img Elderly woman standing behind a shelf of merchandise (ddr-densho-348-16)
An elderly woman smiles for the camera standing behind a shelf of merchandise. On the back of the photograph is commentary written in Japanese calligraphy.
img Close-up of elderly woman in a kimono (ddr-densho-348-26)
Close-up profile picture of an elderly woman in a kimono. She folds her hands together in her lap. There is Japanese commentary written on the back of this photograph.
img Face close-up of Japanese elderly woman (ddr-densho-348-15)
A close-up profile picture of an elderly woman wearing a kimono with a flower design. There is Japanese commentary on the back of the photograph black and blue ink.
img Elderly woman stands in front of building (ddr-densho-348-14)
An elderly woman stands in front of a building facing the camera.
img Woman in kimono on city street (ddr-densho-348-21)
A woman wearing a black kimono stands for a photograph in a town street. A man on a bicycle rides away in the background. Black calligraphy on the back of the photograph.
img Two women in garden with dogs (ddr-densho-348-27)
Two women (one sitting in a chair and the other sitting on the ground with two dogs) pose for a camera in a garden. A wooden entrance and foliage surround them. Japanese commentary written on the back of the photograph.
img Two Japanese women stand before the front of a building (ddr-densho-348-13)
Two Japanese women stand in front of a building facing camera.
img Hana Tada leading a group of Japanese Americans in singing "God Bless America" at a service in 1984 (ddr-csujad-52-36)
Caption above image reads, "GOD BLESS AMERICA--Hana Tada, 93, (center) leads group of Japanese-Americans in singing 'God Bless America' at a service here 2/19 commemorating the internment of them & 3,600 other Japanese-Americans in camps here during WWII. Tada & her group do not speak English, saying they were too busy making livings as farmers to …
img Japanese men cutting potatoes (ddr-csujad-52-23)
Men sitting at a wooden bench/table, cutting potatoes. The caption printed under the photo in a May 11, 1967 edition of the Independent Press-Telegram reads, "These elderly Japanese are --ting seed potatoes to be planted by younger residents of Tulelake ___tion center" See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_npc_0027
img Adult woman and young child at Jerome, Arkansas (ddr-csujad-52-5)
A photograph, taken on June 1, 1986, of a photograph from 1943 showing an adult woman and small child standing in front of a building at Jerome, Arkansas. The caption from a newspaper use reads, "The internment at Jerome, Ark., included all ages as evidenced in these 1943 pictures of a Japanese-American asked to relocate in …
img Large group of Japanese American people from Terminal Island fill a vehicle during "evacuation" (ddr-csujad-54-2)
Nearly all the seats are filled inside the car of a train or bus on "evacuation"; night. The passengers appear to consist of three generations, including young children, adults, and seniors. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_rpc_0053
img Japanese American family from Terminal Island unloading from the bed of a truck as military police watch on (ddr-csujad-54-3)
A Japanese American man reaches up towards a woman and child who are in the back of a truck. Two children and another adult woman are on the ground with three men in military police uniforms. Oil derricks are visible in the background. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: …
img Photograph of Ned Morioka with his grandfather and cousin sitting on a bench with a house in the background (ddr-csujad-47-147)
Photograph of Ned Morioka with his grandfather and cousin sitting on a bench with a house in the background. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: ecm_merritt_0232
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 61, No. 7 (August 13, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-33)
Selected article titles: "Li'l Tokio Anti-Poverty Group Aims Sights on Issei Aging" (p.1, 4), "Elderly JACL-CPS Members Warned Not to Cancel" (p.1), "Racial Bias Eliminated" (p.2), "U.S. Attitudes on Japan Continue to Alarm Reischauer" (p.3), "PSW Youth Advisors to Continue study on Youth Programs" (p.4),
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 18, (May 11, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-18)
Select article titles: "New York to Host Next EDC Session May 19 with Inaugural" (p.1); "United Methodist Agency Steps Up Aid for Ethnic Projects, 2 in L.A. Cited" (p.1); "Manzanar Dust Swirling" (p.2); "Self Help Housing for Farm Workers Explained by Sac'to Nisei Recruiter" (p.5); "JARP Plans Issei Pictorial" (p.5); "Housing Needs of New York's Aged …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 77, No. 09, (August 31, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-34)
Select article titles: "Watergate Notwithstanding: Nixon Asks Nation to Look Ahead" (p.1); "Teacher Insults CL Guest Speaker" (p.1); "Gerontoloty Medically Speaking: (p.3); "Record JACL Membership Assured for 1973: 26,000 as of June 30" (p.4); "Youths in Japan Rate Worthwhile Work as No. 1" (p.5).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 16, (April 27, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-16)
Select article titles: "Manzanar Pilgrimage: State Historical Plaque Mounted" (p.1); "JARP Archives Placed in UCLA Special Library" (p.1); "Asian Gerontology Project: Video Tape Series, Anthology on Aging Issei Problems Proposed" (p.1); "State Agency Funds Eastbay Issei Centers" (p.3); "NEA Asian-American Task Force Put Down by S.F. Area Teachers" (p.4).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol.76, No. 03, (January 26, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-3)
Select article titles: "HEW Grants Nat'l JACL $65,554 to Recruit Gerontology Students" (p.1); "Ushio Assumes Nat'l JACL Helm as National Executive Director" (p.1); "Army Evacuated Descendants until Found also to Be Negro and Chinese Ancestries" (p.3); "Three Indicted in $1.2 Million Fraud Against Brokerage Firm" (p.6).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 24, (June 22, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-24)
Select article titles: "New Look in JACL Greets Officials Attending National Interim Session" (p.1); "Asian American Actors Win Case Against N.Y. Repertory Theater" (p.1); "San Francisco Asian Action Group Urges JACL Return Gerontology Fund" (p.1); "Nisei Knocks Mineta Elk Boycott" (p.3); "Rep. Mink Urges Emphasis on Asian Studies" (p.3); "Facts (Not Innuendoes) Needed to Fix Korean …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 12, (March 30, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-12)
Select article titles: "$50,000 this Biennium Due from Endowment Fund" (p.1); "Nine Appointed: Six at HQ, Three at Regional, D.C. Offices" (p.1); "Federal Cutback Affecting JACL Gerontology PRogram" (p.1); "Manzanar Plaque Text Approved April 14 Dedication Plans Set " (p.3); "Univ. of Calif. Student Board Supports Probe of Charges Firing Edison Uno" (p.4).