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Frosh Pond at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-202)
img Frosh Pond at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-202)
Johnson Hall on left and physics building on right (currently known as Mary Gates Hall). Written on album page below photograph: "Frosh Pond U of W".
Guggenheim Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-212)
img Guggenheim Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-212)
Frosh Pond in the foreground. Written on album page below photograph: "Guggenheim Hall".
University of Washington Japanese Students Club (ddr-densho-383-383)
img University of Washington Japanese Students Club (ddr-densho-383-383)
Members outside the Japanese Students Club house at 4115 15th Avenue NE. George Tokuda in center front row, wearing light-colored suit. Written on bottom left corner "Takano Studio".
Bagley Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-14)
img Bagley Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-14)
The pharmacy building on the University of Washington campus; known as the 'Chem Shack.' Written on album page below photograph: "Bagley Hall".
Three columns at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-291)
img Three columns at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-291)
Columns in Sylvan Grove on University of Washington campus. Three men in front of columns.
University of Washington students and faculty (ddr-densho-383-203)
img University of Washington students and faculty (ddr-densho-383-203)
Back row, left to right: Robert Glase, Dr. Henry August Langenhan, Victor Seeberg, Harold Woodhead, George Tokuda. Front row, left to right: Charles Owen Wilson Jr., Theodore Backstrom, Thomas Young, and Clarence McRory. Written on album page below photograph: "Glase, Langenhan, Seeberg, Woodhead, [Tokuda], Wilson, Backstrom, Young, McRory 1932".
Guggenheim Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-211)
img Guggenheim Hall at University of Washington (ddr-densho-383-211)
Flowering bushes in foreground. Written on album page below photograph: "Guggenheim Hall".
Sumida family home in Washington, D.C. (ddr-densho-379-411)
img Sumida family home in Washington, D.C. (ddr-densho-379-411)
The family home consisted of 6 bedrooms where most of the Sumida family resided at one time or another. Chimata Sumida passed away while living in this house on May 13, 1947.
Washington Junior High 1934 graduation photo (ddr-densho-477-59)
img Washington Junior High 1934 graduation photo (ddr-densho-477-59)
Photograph of a class of children, with some adults in the back. A paper tab notes where Mitsuko is in the group. The caption below the photo is "Washington Junior High 1934 / Mitsuko (2nd Row)" written in black ink.
Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
img Mass removal from Bainbridge Island, Washington (ddr-densho-34-2)
Japanese Americans walk down the Eagledale ferry dock to catch a special ferry to Seattle.
Karen Yoshitomi Interview (ddr-densho-1000-527)
vh Karen Yoshitomi Interview (ddr-densho-1000-527)
Sansei female. Born 1962 in Spokane, Washington. Father was born in British Columbia, Canada, and mother was born in Thomas, Washington. Grew up in the Tacoma, Washington, area, before eventually moving to Portland, Oregon, and then Seattle, Washington. Graduated from the University of Washington. Became regional director for the Japanese American Citizens League, and then Executive …
Washington's 1889 Land Law (ddr-densho-280-25)
doc Washington's 1889 Land Law (ddr-densho-280-25)
A piece that encourages Washington state residents to pass Senate Joint Resolution No. 21, which would repeal a portion of the state constitution that bars non-citizens from owning land.
Washington's 1889 Land Law-- Why Repeal? (ddr-densho-280-24)
doc Washington's 1889 Land Law-- Why Repeal? (ddr-densho-280-24)
A history of the West Coast's land ownership laws from 1864 to 1962. This document argues that the contemporary land ownership laws are outdated and encourages readers to vote in the upcoming election.
Four men seated behind man at podium (ddr-densho-393-18)
img Four men seated behind man at podium (ddr-densho-393-18)
Norman Mineta at podium, Daniel Inouye seated on left, Spark Matsunaga seated at right,
Ryo Tsai Convocation Photo (ddr-densho-446-444)
img Ryo Tsai Convocation Photo (ddr-densho-446-444)
Ryo Tsai in a convocation gown. Photo taken at her home. President Kennedy's speech noted on reverse.
img "Steelhead from Green River, 1941" (ddr-densho-201-324)
Caption on front: "Steelhead [trout] from Green River, 1941."
Man holding a steelhead trout (ddr-densho-201-322)
img Man holding a steelhead trout (ddr-densho-201-322)
Man holding a steelhead trout. Caption on front: "'Steelhead' Green River, Washington."
Man holding two steelhead trout (ddr-densho-201-323)
img Man holding two steelhead trout (ddr-densho-201-323)
Man holding two steelhead trout. Caption on front: "7 lb Steelhead caught Jan. 30, 1942."
Japanese family (ddr-csujad-25-35)
img Japanese family (ddr-csujad-25-35)
A page from an album containing Japanese family photographs. Three photographs are pasted on the page. Those photographs appear to be taken in Washington in the early 1900s. Include a family portrait of a Japanese man in a suit, a woman in western dress, and a female child. Also include a photograph of a Japanese infant, …
Japanese family (ddr-csujad-25-1)
img Japanese family (ddr-csujad-25-1)
A page from an album containing Japanese family photographs. The photographs pasted on the page appear to be taken in Washington in the early 1900s. Includes Japanese men in suits, women in western dress, children. One of the photographs is taken in Kirkland, Washington, including a Japanese family and a car with Sate of Washington license …
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