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Censored postcard from Japan (ddr-densho-13-22)
doc Censored postcard from Japan (ddr-densho-13-22)
This postcard was sent to Yoshi Asaba in Minidoka concentration camp from her mother, Iku Asaba, who was living in Kanagawa prefecture in Japan.
Envelope sent to an assembly center (ddr-densho-13-13)
doc Envelope sent to an assembly center (ddr-densho-13-13)
This envelope contained a letter sent by Yoshiko Tsuji Minato to Yoshi Asaba at the Puyallup Assembly Center.
Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
img Seattle Buddhist Church girls' basketball team (ddr-densho-13-40)
Front (left to right): Miye Ishikawa, Sachiko Sumioka, and Yoshi Asaba. Back: Yoshiko Tsuji, Nobi Ishida, Fumi Okimoto, Yae Kanogawa, and T. R. Goto.
Sagamiya confectionery (ddr-densho-13-1)
img Sagamiya confectionery (ddr-densho-13-1)
The Sagamiya confectionery was located at 524 Main Street in the area previously known as Nihonmachi, now Seattle's International District. Sagamiya closed in the early 1970s. Left to right: Yoshi Mamiya, Shuzo Asaba, Nobujiro Shibata, Kinzo Asaba, and Rick Mamiya.
Peace activist and internees (ddr-densho-13-45)
img Peace activist and internees (ddr-densho-13-45)
Floyd Schmoe, a pacifist and supporter of the Japanese American community, with Yoshi Asaba and Father Joe Kitagawa at the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Father Kitagawa was the Episcopal minister at Minidoka. Floyd Schmoe was born in 1895 and is a peace activist and Quaker from Seattle, Washington. Schmoe was a strong supporter of the Japanese …
Mamiya Collection (ddr-densho-13)
Collection Mamiya Collection (ddr-densho-13)
The Mamiya collection, c.1918-1960s, records the business and leisure activities of the Asaba and Shibata families of Seattle, Washington. Dance and graduation programs from the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho, are also shown. Densho interviewed collection donor Yoshi Mamiya in 1998.
Piano recital (ddr-densho-13-36)
img Piano recital (ddr-densho-13-36)
The piano students of Sachiko Ochi at a recital held at the Women's University Club Auditorium. Front (left to right): Takako Yoda, Yoshi Asaba, Mary Ikeda, Michiko Yoda, Kathryn Sugawara, Yuriko Tada, unidentified, unidentified, Suma Kato, Utako Tajitsu, Yoshiko Shitamae, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified. Back: (first name unknown) Sato, Teruko Tajitsu, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Helen Yorozu, …
Chris Kato - Yoshi Mamiya - Tad Sato Interview (ddr-densho-1000-33)
vh Chris Kato - Yoshi Mamiya - Tad Sato Interview (ddr-densho-1000-33)
In this interview, three Nisei, Chris Kato, Yoshi Mamiya, and Tad Sato recall their memories of growing up in Seattle's Nihonmachi (Japantown) and their respective Japantown family businesses. This informal three-way conversation captures a bit of what Nihonmachi was like before the World War II incarceration forever changed the Japanese American business and social community. Unless …
Memoirs 1943 - Minidoka High School Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-48)
doc Memoirs 1943 - Minidoka High School Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-48)
Yearbook for the Minidoka High School, property of Starr Urakawa. The school included grades 8-12. Individual students are photographed in senior portraits or class photos. Student activities are represented, including student labor/work experience program ("part-time workers"), May Day royalty, and sports. Student signatures are included throughout the book.