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Caption on newspaper clipping: "Big Isle Issei Pioneer Honored: Joseph Sureck, director of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service in Honolulu, is shown presenting The Hawaii Times trophy to Toyozo Doi, 90, of Pauhau, Hawaii, for being the Japanese Issei pioneer with the longest residence on the Island of Hawaii. The father of Masato Doi, Honolulu attorney and member of the board of supervisors, Doi has made his home continuously at Paauhau for the past 70 years. The presentation was one of the highlights of a dinner held at the Honokaa Club last Friday night, when Sureck gave the principal address on 'Naturalization and Statehood.' -- (Tadayuki Tsugawa photo)"




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