Alameda Japanese American History Project: Alameda Sports Collection ddr-ajah-5

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Document with photo of ATK baseball team and Hiroshima Shogyo Team, transcription of article about game between then and background information about ATK (ddr-ajah-5-51)
doc Document with photo of ATK baseball team and Hiroshima Shogyo Team, transcription of article about game between then and background information about ATK (ddr-ajah-5-51)
With Panorama of ATK and Hiroshima Technical High School baseball teams. Inscription on front in Japanese. Caption below photo: Translation: Welcome Hiroshima Technical High School Baseball Tournament sponsored by Hiroshima Kenjin-kai (Prefecture Association) at Alameda City. Field is located at Clement and Oak Streets in Alameda, CA.
Two men in baseball uniforms shaking hands (ddr-ajah-5-52)
img Two men in baseball uniforms shaking hands (ddr-ajah-5-52)
Caption below photo: Seiichiro Nogami (left) from the alameda Taiiku Kai, shake hands with one of his ATK teammates. ATK field was on a lot adjacent of the northeast corner of McKinley park at the end of Walnut St. and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA., circa late 1910s-1920s
Group of men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-53)
img Group of men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-53)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) Baseball Team. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley park at the end of Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. Circa late 1910s -1920s
Group of men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-54)
img Group of men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-54)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) baseball team, circa late 1910s-early 1920s.
Alameda Taiiku Kai team photo (ddr-ajah-5-55)
img Alameda Taiiku Kai team photo (ddr-ajah-5-55)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) Baseball Team. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley park at the end of Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. Circa late 1910s -1920s
Two men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-56)
img Two men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-56)
Caption below photo: Two Alameda Taiku Kai (ATK) ballplayers buddy up for a photo. At right is Makoto Henry" Takagi. Alameda, CA. Circa late 1910s-1920s
Man in baseball uniform with ships in background (ddr-ajah-5-57)
img Man in baseball uniform with ships in background (ddr-ajah-5-57)
Caption below photo: The home run king of the Alameda Taiiku Kai was Mike Nakano in the 1920s. Mostly known as a first basemen, he also played in Center Field. Not to be confused with Masao Nakano, who was also a big hitter.
Man in baseball uniform with bat and ships in the background (ddr-ajah-5-58)
img Man in baseball uniform with bat and ships in the background (ddr-ajah-5-58)
Caption below photo: The home run king of the Alameda Taiiku Kai was Mike Nakano in the 1920s. Mostly known as a first basemen, he also played in Center Field.
Team photo of ATK baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-60)
img Team photo of ATK baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-60)
Caption below photo: Early Alameda Baseball circa 1913-1916. Includes individuals names
Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled The Big Wind Up (ddr-ajah-5-61)
img Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled The Big Wind Up (ddr-ajah-5-61)
Caption below photo: An Alameda Taiiku Kai player winds up to pitch the ball, in this posed photograph. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley Park at the end of Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. circa 1916-1920s
Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Avoiding the Tag (ddr-ajah-5-62)
img Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Avoiding the Tag (ddr-ajah-5-62)
Caption below photo: an Alameda Taiiku Kai player slides into base for this posed photograph. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley Park and Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. Circa 1916-1920s
Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Yer Out! (ddr-ajah-5-63)
img Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Yer Out! (ddr-ajah-5-63)
Caption below photo: An Alameda Taiiku Kai Player catches the ball while tagging base, in this posed photograph. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley park at the end of Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. Circa 1916-1920s
Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Safe!! (ddr-ajah-5-64)
img Man in baseball uniform in posed photo titled Safe!! (ddr-ajah-5-64)
Caption below photo: An Alameda Taiiku Kai player reaches back for the safety of the base in this posed photograph. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley park at the end of Walnut St and Clement Ave, Alameda, CA. Circa 1916-1920s
Man in baseball uniform with crowd in background (ddr-ajah-5-65)
img Man in baseball uniform with crowd in background (ddr-ajah-5-65)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai baseball player Makoto "Henry" Takagi, son of Kumagoro Takagi, or Alameda, CA. Henry may be misidentified in some photos as Mike.
Man in baseball uniform standing in garden (ddr-ajah-5-66)
img Man in baseball uniform standing in garden (ddr-ajah-5-66)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai baseball player, Alameda, CA 1916-1930s
Team photo of YMBA baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-67)
img Team photo of YMBA baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-67)
Caption above photo: 1917 Buddhist Temple of Alameda, CA - Young Men's Buddhist Association baseball team.
Young boy holding baseball bat (ddr-ajah-5-68)
img Young boy holding baseball bat (ddr-ajah-5-68)
Caption below photo: A young Nisei boy strikes a batter's pose at the ballfield where the Alameda Taiiku-Kai (ATK) baseball team played their games. Alameda, CA. circa 1919
Team photo of ATK baseball team with tournament trophy (ddr-ajah-5-69)
img Team photo of ATK baseball team with tournament trophy (ddr-ajah-5-69)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) baseball team. Sweater clad players from the Alameda Taiiku Kai baseball team. Perhaps a tournament, it appears they placed well. Circa 1920s-early 1930's
Two men standing in baseball field (ddr-ajah-5-70)
img Two men standing in baseball field (ddr-ajah-5-70)
Caption below photo: Framed by clipper ships, Alameda Taiiku Kai ballplayer Shizuto Kawamura and friend pose for a photo Kawamura was born circa 1905, making this image circa mid-1920s.
Team photo of ATK baseball team in stadium (ddr-ajah-5-71)
img Team photo of ATK baseball team in stadium (ddr-ajah-5-71)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) baseball team.
Three men in baseball uniforms at home plate (ddr-ajah-5-72)
img Three men in baseball uniforms at home plate (ddr-ajah-5-72)
Caption below photo: An Alameda Taiiku Kai ballplayer stands at home plat, circa 1920s. It is uncertain if this is in Alameda, CA.
Three men in baseball uniforms standing in baseball field (ddr-ajah-5-73)
img Three men in baseball uniforms standing in baseball field (ddr-ajah-5-73)
Caption below photo: With sleek and graceful Clipper ships anchored in eh background, Hisaki Hayashi of the Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) appears in the outfield, circa 1920s. ATK field was on a lot adjacent to the northeast corner of McKinley Park at the end of Walnut St and clement Ave, Alameda, CA.
Team photo of ATK baseball team and Korea Maru Japanese ship baseball teams (ddr-ajah-5-74)
img Team photo of ATK baseball team and Korea Maru Japanese ship baseball teams (ddr-ajah-5-74)
Caption below photo: Alameda Taiiku Kai (ATK) vs. Korea Maru Japanese ship team Alameda, CA circa mid 1920s
Group of boys in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-75)
img Group of boys in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-75)
Caption below photo: These young Nisei youth were to young to play for the adult Alameda Taiiku Kai baseball team, but are sporting the ATK uniforms nonetheless. There is little information available about Japanese youth or minor leagues, but they apparently existed in Northern California. photo circa mid to late 1920's, Alameda, CA.

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