doc Japanese Prince in New York Will Play Golf With Hayakawa, Tennis With Shimizu. (November 5, 1925) (ddr-densho-56-398)
The Seattle Daily Times, November 5, 1925, p. 7
doc Japanese Actors Remarkable for the Reality of Their Acting; Sussue Hayakawa One of the Screen's Most Polished Villains (August 27, 1916) (ddr-densho-56-285)
The Seattle Daily Times, August 27, 1916, p. 6
doc Oriental Stars Resurrected in 'Dragon' Drama. Sessue Hayakawa and Anna May Wong Come Out of Silent-Picture Past for Debut in 'Talkie' (September 5, 1931) (ddr-densho-56-430)
The Seattle Daily Times, September 5, 1931, p. 2
img Signed headshot of actor Sessue Hayakawa (ddr-densho-242-33)
Inscription on front: "To K. Hatchimonji with sincere regards Sessue Hayakawa." Caption by Ike Hatchimonji: "Sessue Hayakawa, Hollywood film actor. No other information available."
img Victor Fleming, Sojin Kamiyama, Douglas Fairbanks, and Sessue Hayakawa waving on the deck of a ship (ddr-njpa-1-391)
Caption on reverse [translation]: Popular Man of the Movie World Douglas Comes to Japan. The cruise ship the Bergenland pulled into Yokohama at 11 a.m. on the 21st carrying the party of King of the Screen Douglas [Fairbanks] and famous director Victor Fleming for a great welcome including [illegible] Hiroaki, Sessue Hayakawa, and Sojin Kamiyama. They …
img Douglas Fairbanks meeting Sessue Hayakawa, Sojin Kamiyama, and Hiroaki [?] (ddr-njpa-1-392)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "1. Douglas [Fairbanks] happily meeting Sessue, Sojin, and Hiroaki for the first time in a long while after they came to meet the Belgenland. (From right, Director Fleming, Hiroaki, Sojin, Douglas, Sessue)."
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 15 (October 9, 1959) (ddr-pc-31-41)
Selected article titles: "West L.A. Aux'y seeks clothing for 'Vera' victims" (p. 1), "Japan relief campaign opens in southland" (p. 1), "Estimate 7,500 Japanese residents in San Francisco; 'too low' says Nichibei" (p. 1), "College profs and students experiment with Nihongo class" (p. 2), "Racial harmony interest in southern California growing" (p. 3), "East Coast chapters …