The Natsuhara collection, 1920s-1930s, focuses on the agricultural, business, and leisure activities of Japanese Americans in the White River Valley area of Washington State. There are also photographs of farm children.
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75 photographic prints, black and white
Courtesy of the Natsuhara Family Collection
img Three brothers standing in a garden (ddr-densho-18-1)
Left to right: George, Frank, and Yoshio Natsuhara.
img Two men pruning a bonsai tree (ddr-densho-18-2)
Mr. Nishikawa (left) and George Terashima pruning a bonsai tree.
img Children seated on grass at Point Defiance Zoo (ddr-densho-18-4)
Front: George Natsuhara. Back (left to right): Maryo Natsuhara, Izuru Watanabe, Kazuo Watanabe, Jack Natsuhara, and May Natsuhara.
img Man on a tennis court (ddr-densho-18-6)
Frank Natsuhara. (Identification in Natsuhara family album.)
img Two boys in front of a delivery truck (ddr-densho-18-7)
Takeo Tsuji (left) and unidentified.
img Family planting lettuce (ddr-densho-18-8)
Mr. and Mrs. Aoyama with their son, Martin.
img Natsuhara & Sons warehouse (ddr-densho-18-10)
Jack Natsuhara in front of the Natsuhara & Sons warehouse, which was also used as a fertilizer mixing plant.