Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community Collection ddr-densho-34
img Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
Japanese Americans walk down the Eagledale ferry dock to catch a special ferry to Seattle.
img Grocery store at Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-11)
Bainbridge Gardens consisted of a general store, nursery, and gas station. Left to right: store clerks Yaeko Yamashita and May Yamaguchi with owners Zenmatsu Seko and Zenkichi Harui.
img Bainbridge Gardens grocery store (ddr-densho-34-13)
Bainbridge Gardens had a store, gas station, and a nursery to serve the Japanese American community.
img Japanese Americans in front of home (ddr-densho-34-19)
Fujiko Koba, Yaeko Yamashita and Hatsuko Kamachi in front of the Zenkichi Harui home, across the street from Bainbridge Gardens.
img Three men and a boy sitting on a logged tree (ddr-densho-34-21)
Left to right: Zenkichi Harui, unidentified Buddhist minister, Kaichi Seko, and an unidentified boy on a logged tree. The saw was built by Mr. Harui. The area shown is the future site of Bainbridge Gardens.
img Two women holding chrysanthemums (ddr-densho-34-25)
Mrs. Z. Harui (left) and Mrs. Z. Seko outside the greenhouses at Bainbridge Gardens.
img Three men and a boy standing next to a fallen tree (ddr-densho-34-26)
Left to right: unidentified boy, Kaichi Seko, unidentified Buddhist minister, and Zenkichi Harui.