The Hayashida Family collection includes photos and documents showing daily life of the Nishinaka family, including Fumiko Nishinaka Hayashida and siblings on Bainbridge Island before the war, documents related to the disposition and caretaking of the Fumiko and Saburo Hayashida property while the family was interned at Manzanar and Minidoka, correspondence with friends and family on Bainbridge Island as well as with other internees. A set of documents is included from the National Archives at Riverside California relating to the incarceration of “alien enemies” at Tuna Canyon Immigration Detention Station in California. Fumiko Hayashida was interviewed by Densho in 1998. The collection also includes a small album of photos from 1952.
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Acquisition 1: 9 photographic prints, color and black and white. Acquisition 2: 1 photo album, 9 original WRA documents and personal letters, 1 3" binder w/ original and NARA copies of WRA documents and camp correspondences, 1 1.5" binder w/ documents.
Courtesy of the Hayashida Family Collection
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