Women volunteers for a children's aid group

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Nippu Jiji Photograph Archive, "Gaijin Hawai'i" Collection

Caption on reverse: "KIMONOED WOMEN AID CHILDREN'S RELIEF: Local women dressed in colorful Japanese kimonos made their first postwar appearance here today in connection with Hawaii's Crusade for Children which opened yesterday simultaneously with the final drive of New York City's United Nations Appeal for Children. Today was Japanese Day, with the women at the tables throughout town in costumes. Above is one of the tables located at Sears Roebuck & Co. Left to right, the group includes, front row: Shirley Ann Young, Mrs. Dorothy Takahashi, Miss Nancy Koike, Jean Nemoto, Miss Chiyo Iida, and rear row, Mrs. Gilbert Bowles and Mrs. Herbert Bowles, co-chairmen of the Japanese group.--(Hawaii Times photo)."

c. 1940s-1950s

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