Christmas pageant at Japanese Community Hall

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Yasui Family Collection

Caption in Japanese at top of photograph: "Iwa Kurisumasu [Christmas celebration]." Caption by Homer Yasui: "A Christmas pageant which was performed by the Nisei members of the Hood River Japanese Methodist Church The girl second left looks like Mika Asai to mel and it might have been Jessie Iwatsuki holding the star on the stick. I don't recognize the person playing Mary, but Ches [Tsuyoshi Yasui] is the first magi to her left. Next to him looks like...Taro Asai; next after him is George Tamura with the white headpiece and who is holding the white sheep. I don't recognize the next two boys, but standing at the extreme right, holding the white shepherd's crook is Bill Yamaki."

c. 1931


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Courtesy of the Yasui Family Collection

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