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Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-8)
doc Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-8)
Midori writes to her father that they are busy preparing for mass removal at 8 am on the upcoming Thursday. She lists items her mother has sold and tells him that her canary has found a home with the new occupants of their house.
Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-4)
doc Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-4)
Midori writes to her father to let him know how worried the family is when they do not receive letters from him.
Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-5)
doc Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-5)
Midori writes to her father sending him love for his birthday and updating him on the family's preparations for mass removal.
Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-11)
doc Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-11)
Midori writes to her father about life at the Puyallup Assembly Center and tells him about a rumor she has heard about him.
Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-12)
doc Letter from Midori Fujii to Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-12)
Midori writes to her father about how happy she is to hear that he is being released and gives him updates on life at the Puyallup Assembly Center.
Letter from Yoshito Fujii to Midori and Ayako (ddr-sbbt-2-15)
doc Letter from Yoshito Fujii to Midori and Ayako (ddr-sbbt-2-15)
Yoshito writes to of his two older daughters asking them have a harmonious relationship.
Portrait of Japanese family in Nanukaichi (ddr-densho-259-495)
img Portrait of Japanese family in Nanukaichi (ddr-densho-259-495)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Formal portrait of the Saburo and Fumi Miyake Midori (Saburo & Fumi's firstborn child), Goro, Shiro, Saburo, and Saburo/[Shidzuyo Yasui]'s mother, Hisa Fujii Miyake."
Letter from Yoshito Fujii to his family (ddr-sbbt-2-2)
doc Letter from Yoshito Fujii to his family (ddr-sbbt-2-2)
Yoshito writes to his wife and two of his daughters, assuring them that he is alright while separated from his family. He reminds his daughters that they are American citizens, to look after their baby sister, and to do well in school. In his letter to his wife, he gives her advice regarding managing the Cascade …
Family portrait in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-259-240)
img Family portrait in Japanese garden (ddr-densho-259-240)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Japanese print showing more of the Miyake's in Japan. I recognize Aunt Fumi, Cousin Midori Miyake and Grandma Hisa Miyake."
img "Saburo Miyake factory, Nanukaichi" (ddr-densho-259-551)
Caption by Yuka Yasui: "Saburo Miyake factory, Nanukaichi [Japan]."
Grandmother and grandchildren on a settee (ddr-densho-259-47)
img Grandmother and grandchildren on a settee (ddr-densho-259-47)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Hisa Fujii Miyake, my maternal grandmother, with Saburo Miyake's three young children on a settee."
Japanese relatives with a Shinto priest (ddr-densho-259-497)
img Japanese relatives with a Shinto priest (ddr-densho-259-497)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Group portrait of Japanese relatives, with a Shinto priest I don't know the reason for this family gathering of representatives from both sides of our family, but I will guess that it had to do with the deification of one of our ancestors--maybe even Ichiro Miyake."
Nakahara family and spouses (ddr-densho-477-358)
img Nakahara family and spouses (ddr-densho-477-358)
Photograph of the Nakahara family and spouses. Back row from left to right: Takeshi Chikamura, Tsuyoshi Nakahara, Monzaburo Nakahara, Saburo Nakahara and Takeo Isoshima. Middle row left to right: Midori (Nakahara) Chikamura, Mary (Kouchi) Nakahara, Yasuko (Fujii) Nakahara, Edna (Mayeda) Nakahara, and Mitsuko (Nakahara) Isoshima. Sitting in the front row is Yoshiko (Nakato) Nakahara. The caption …
11 people sitting at a table under anniversary banner (ddr-densho-477-579)
img 11 people sitting at a table under anniversary banner (ddr-densho-477-579)
Photograph of 11 people eating a table under a banner celebrating Takeo and Mitsuko (Nakahara) Isoshima's anniversary. Sitting facing the camera from left to right: Eileen Chikamura, Michelle (Maples) Chikamura, Roger Chikamura, Michael Nakahara, Monzaburo Nakahara, Yasuko (Fujii) Nakahara, Jenny Nakahara. Sitting with backs facing the camera left to right: Mary (Kouchi) Nakahara, Tsuyoshi Nakahara, Midori …
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."
Nakahara family and spouses (ddr-densho-477-423)
img Nakahara family and spouses (ddr-densho-477-423)
Photograph of the Nakahara family and their spouses at Yoshiko (Nakato) Nakahara's 75th birthday party. Back row from left to right: Takeo Isoshima, Takeshi Chikamura, Saburo Nakahara, and Monzaburo Nakahara. Front row left to right: Mitsuko (Nakahara) Isoshima, Midori (Nakahara) Chikamura, Yoshiko (Nakato) Nakahara, Wistaria (Nakamoto) Nakahara, and Yasuko (Fujii) Nakahara. The caption below the photo …
Nisei girl visiting family in Japan (ddr-densho-259-280)
img Nisei girl visiting family in Japan (ddr-densho-259-280)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Michi [Yasui] visiting the Miyake relatives, when she went there for a visit alone, in the summer of 1940."
Letter to H. Leon Yager from Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-34)
doc Letter to H. Leon Yager from Yoshito Fujii (ddr-sbbt-2-34)
A response letter to H. Leon Yager from Yoshito Fujii with an enclosed personal history statement.
Vivian Gave and Doug Eickhoff wedding (ddr-densho-477-702)
img Vivian Gave and Doug Eickhoff wedding (ddr-densho-477-702)
Photograph of the wedding guests with Vivian Gave and Doug Eickhoff at their wedding. Back row left to right: Eileen Chikamura, Richard Chikamura, unidentified, Monzaburo Nakahara, Mark Isoshima, Glenn Isoshima, Takeshi Chikamura, and Saburo Nakahara. Middle row from left to right: Tsuyoshi Nakahara, Mary (Kouchi) Nakahara, Yasuko (Fujii) Nakahara, Mitsuko (Nakahara) Isoshima, Takeo Isoshima, Susan Isoshima, …
Letter from Amy Morooka to Violet Sell (ddr-densho-457-35)
doc Letter from Amy Morooka to Violet Sell (ddr-densho-457-35)
Amy Morooka writes to Violet Sell about her mother's health, upcoming plans to marry Tomio, updates on John and Midori's marriage, and more.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 48, No. 26 (June 26, 1959) (ddr-pc-31-26)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 48, No. 26 (June 26, 1959) (ddr-pc-31-26)
Selected article titles: "Need of strong JACL organization cited by Nisei who felt housing bias" (p. 1), "Call for rare B-Positive Type blood made to save life of Idaho Falls 2-year-old boy" (p. 1), "Japanese Canadian history project given 'green light'" (p. 1), "Mountain-Plains JACLers feel U.S.-Japan problems not as crucial to Inland CLers" (p. 5), …
Work schedule, map, and list (ddr-densho-356-952)
doc Work schedule, map, and list (ddr-densho-356-952)
All stapled together were a work schedule for the Case Workers in Public Welfare, two maps of Granada, and a list of block managers dated January 22, 1943
Nakahara family tree (ddr-densho-477-48)
doc Nakahara family tree (ddr-densho-477-48)
The family tree covers six generations. The title at the top of the page is "Nakahara family tree" written in black ink.
Book of 70th Anniversary of Japanese Congregational Church (ddr-densho-446-455)
doc Book of 70th Anniversary of Japanese Congregational Church (ddr-densho-446-455)
The Japanese Congregational Church's 70th Anniversary coincided with the 100th Anniversary of the Japanese Christian Mission in North America. This book traces the history of JCC within the larger setting of national and local events, and some of the photos and narratives may be of interest. Ai Chih Tsai was pastor at JCC from 1948 to …
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