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A class visiting Japan (ddr-densho-321-574)
img A class visiting Japan (ddr-densho-321-574)
Caption in album: "Grandpa [sic] Kiku Fujii's / class on field trip / in Japan."
Charles Lindbergh in Japan (ddr-njpa-1-833)
img Charles Lindbergh in Japan (ddr-njpa-1-833)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Lindbergh and his wife visiting Yasukuni Shrine (standing)."
Railroad and ruins in Japan (ddr-csujad-42-247)
img Railroad and ruins in Japan (ddr-csujad-42-247)
Photographed is a railroad in Japan in aftermath of bombing attacks. It was presumably taken during the Allied occupation of Japan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: tak_02_10_008
Hawaii shows Japan and Asia (ddr-csujad-19-40)
doc Hawaii shows Japan and Asia (ddr-csujad-19-40)
This is an article by Charles S. Bouslog from the magazine "Asia and the Americas," vol. 43, no. 2 (February 1943) which describes the life of the people of Japanese ancestry in Hawaii after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: …
Counter-Intelligence Corps in Japan (ddr-csujad-55-2003)
doc Counter-Intelligence Corps in Japan (ddr-csujad-55-2003)
Essay on the history and activities of Saburo Oshita and the 441st Counter-Intelligence Corps during World War II. Covers Oshita's background and training, objectives of the Counter-Intelligence Corps, occupation and activities in Japan, assignment in Hokkaido and Wakkanai, and the role of Nisei in the Counter-Intelligence Corps. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese …
Family in Japan, ritual event (ddr-csujad-25-151)
img Family in Japan, ritual event (ddr-csujad-25-151)
A photograph of the local Japanese taken at a ritual event in Totsugawa, Japan. This photograph most likely includes the Taenakas' relatives. The same image is found in item: ucsb_jia_0128. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: jia_08_03_023
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-282)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-282)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-278)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-278)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-279)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-279)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-280)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-280)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-277)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-277)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-281)
img Japanese repatriates leaving for Japan (ddr-densho-37-281)
Original WRA caption: "Japanese repatriates embarking for Japan." Although the WRA caption specifically refers to repatriates, many Japanese Americans who left were citizens of the United States and therefore, expatriates.
Children en route to Japan (ddr-densho-107-20)
img Children en route to Japan (ddr-densho-107-20)
Takeshi and Roy Matsumoto are aboard the Nippon Yusen, Brazil Maru.
On ship headed for Japan (ddr-densho-128-86)
img On ship headed for Japan (ddr-densho-128-86)
Children aboard the Mexico Maru bound for Tokyo. Front row, fourth from right Toshiko Kubo. Front row, fourth from left Frank Kubo.
Article
doc Article "Will Japan Crack Up?" (ddr-densho-356-1028)
Article titled: "Will Japan Crack Up?" by Omori Harris from Harper's Magazine
Nazi Fifth Column in Japan (ddr-densho-381-53)
doc Nazi Fifth Column in Japan (ddr-densho-381-53)
A collection of articles, all written by Dr. Charles N. Spinks, about "Hitler's agents running Tokio [sic]."
Tree lined road in Japan (ddr-densho-397-89)
img Tree lined road in Japan (ddr-densho-397-89)
The caption in the photo album reads "Out of focus Oct. '46". Takashi Matsui was stationed in Japan with the U.S. military during the Allied occupation of Japan after the end of World War II.
Graduating girls' class in Japan (ddr-densho-259-85)
img Graduating girls' class in Japan (ddr-densho-259-85)
Shidzuyo Yasui is pictured in the third row, second from the right. Caption by Homer Yasui: "Maybe at the school in Tsuyama, Okayama-ken, Japan, where [Shidzuyo] had also taught for a short time in 1910. This also looks like a girls' graduating class, but [Shidzuyo] and the other teachers are dressed differently."
Boy wearing gi in Japan (ddr-densho-259-8)
img Boy wearing gi in Japan (ddr-densho-259-8)
Roku Yasui wearing Nihon gi in Nanukaichi, Japan.
Textile factory workers in Japan (ddr-densho-259-295)
img Textile factory workers in Japan (ddr-densho-259-295)
Saburo Miyake's textile factory. Caption by Homer Yasui: "A textile or weaving factory, with the relatives and workers inside the shop. I've always understood that Saburo's and [Shidzuyo Yasui]'s father, Ichiro, ran a fishnet making factory. On the machine just before it reaches the completed roll of fabric, the material does look like netting."
doc "Japanese Americans Educated in Japan" (ddr-densho-155-24)
War Relocation Authority's Community Analysis Report No. 8.
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