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Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-1)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-1)
Bainbridge Gardens was located on Fletcher Bay and had a nursery, general store and gas station. Left to right: Yaeko Yamashita, unidentified man, and Fujiko Koba.
Soldier carrying Japanese American girl (ddr-densho-34-150)
img Soldier carrying Japanese American girl (ddr-densho-34-150)
Frances Kitamoto is held by a U.S. army soldier during the exclusion of the Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island.
Japanese Americans riding on a truck (ddr-densho-34-31)
img Japanese Americans riding on a truck (ddr-densho-34-31)
Front, left to right: Tats Moritani, Art Koura and Nob Oyama. Back, left to right: Elsie Amatatsu, Sachi Koura, Toshiko Mikami, Yoshie Terayama, an unidentified woman, Yoshiko Mikami and Masako Nishimori.
Children's Orthopedic Guild bazaar (ddr-densho-34-52)
img Children's Orthopedic Guild bazaar (ddr-densho-34-52)
Mary Koura and fellow Children's Orthopedic guild members during a fundraising event. The Nisei women formed their own guild in 1948.
Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-17)
img Bainbridge Gardens (ddr-densho-34-17)
Bainbridge Gardens consisted of a nursery, grocery store and a gas station.
Issei couple (ddr-densho-34-28)
img Issei couple (ddr-densho-34-28)
Jitsuko Nakata and Shima Nakata at home just prior to the exclusion of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island. This picture appeared in the Seattle Times.
Woman with grandchildren (ddr-densho-34-99)
img Woman with grandchildren (ddr-densho-34-99)
Mrs. T. Nishinaka holds her grandson Frank Kitamoto.
Bainbridge Gardens nursery (ddr-densho-34-6)
img Bainbridge Gardens nursery (ddr-densho-34-6)
Mr. Seko, Mr. Harui and a unidentified worker outside the nursery at Bainbridge Gardens.
Family in a wisteria garden (ddr-densho-34-39)
img Family in a wisteria garden (ddr-densho-34-39)
Yurino Takayoshi and her brother, Yoshi, in the family wisteria garden. Mrs. T. Takayoshi had made this tea garden a place of beauty known throughout the area.
Notice of classification (ddr-densho-34-127)
doc Notice of classification (ddr-densho-34-127)
Yoshito Frank Kitamoto was an Issei and therefore considered an "enemy alien." He was required to carry this classification card along with his registration certificate. By law, Issei were not allowed to become naturalized citizens until 1952.
Mass removal (ddr-densho-34-193)
img Mass removal (ddr-densho-34-193)
Army trucks were used to transport the Japanese American community on Bainbridge Island to the Eagledale ferry dock where they were taken to the mainland for exclusion.
Baseball team (ddr-densho-34-27)
img Baseball team (ddr-densho-34-27)
The baseball team from Bainbridge Island played other Japanese American teams from the greater Seattle area.
Gathering seaweed on the beach (ddr-densho-34-65)
img Gathering seaweed on the beach (ddr-densho-34-65)
Families harvest fresh seaweed for sushi at Pleasant Beach during a social gathering. An unknown game is in progress.
Social gathering (ddr-densho-34-77)
img Social gathering (ddr-densho-34-77)
Social gathering outside the Buddhist Church on Fletcher's Bay. Left to right: Mrs. Tanigui, Mr. Torazo Nakao, Santhro Yoshida, Mrs. Yamashita, Mrs. Umeno Yoshida, Mrs. Tsue Nishimori, Mrs. Masa Omoto, Mrs. Harui, Mrs. Hayano Moritani, Mrs. Masaye Furukawa, Mrs. Koura, Mrs. Matsushita, Mrs. Ogawa, Mr. Hedematsu Furukawa, Rev. Ichikawa, Mr. Harui, Mrs. Suyematsu, Mr. Nishimori, Mrs. …
Berry cannery (ddr-densho-34-67)
img Berry cannery (ddr-densho-34-67)
These barrels of strawberries are about to be loaded for shipment to Seattle.
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