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George Hara Interview (ddr-one-7-3)
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Nisei male. Born January 12, 1925, in Portland, Oregon, where parents ran a hotel business. During World War II, removed to the Portland Assembly Center, Oregon, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Left camp early to attend college in Ohio. Was drafted into the Military Intelligence Service and served in Japan during the U.S. occupation. Returned …
Letter adding a contribution to the gift fund for Larry and Guyo Tajiri (ddr-densho-338-401)
doc Letter adding a contribution to the gift fund for Larry and Guyo Tajiri (ddr-densho-338-401)
George Hara's contribution to the gift fund. The JACL Committee of 150 honored Larry and Guyo Tajiri for their work with the Pacific Citizen.
Three young men standing on porch (ddr-densho-383-33)
img Three young men standing on porch (ddr-densho-383-33)
Left to right: Frank Yamashita, George Tokuda, James Hara. All attended the University of Washington and were members of the Japanese Students Club. James Hara was a pharmacy student who graduated in 1933.
Four young men sitting on porch (ddr-densho-383-404)
img Four young men sitting on porch (ddr-densho-383-404)
University of Washington students sitting on the porch of the Japanese Students Club house at 4115 15th Avenue NE. Left to right: James Hara, Michael Arima, George Tokuda, and Frank Yamashita. James Hara was a pharmacy student who graduated in 1933. Written on back of photograph: "James Hara, Micheal[sic] Arima, Frank Yama '30".
Two men sitting on bench (ddr-densho-383-398)
img Two men sitting on bench (ddr-densho-383-398)
Iwao Hara and Makoto Yanagimachi at Lake Glendawn Park, currently known as Five Mile Lake Park. Written on back of photograph: "Iwao Hara, Mako Yanagimachi, Lake Glendawn 1933". Mako Yanagimachi was the younger brother of Nobuko Yanagimachi.
New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-81)
img New Tokyo Bar (ddr-one-1-81)
Black and white photographic negative of two women behind the bar with the bartender at the New Tokyo Bar in Portland, Oregon. From left to right: unidentified, Rose Mae Hara and George Ninomiya.
Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1981 (ddr-sjacl-1-220)
doc Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1981 (ddr-sjacl-1-220)
Newsletter covering the following topics: 1981 President, Lloyd Hara (Sansei George Iwasaki-first Sansei); one Page summary of the JACL National JACL Committee for Redress; story on Aleut Indian tribes and EO 9066.
Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1981 (ddr-sjacl-1-291)
doc Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1981 (ddr-sjacl-1-291)
Newsletter covering the following topics: 1981 President, Lloyd Hara (Sansei George Iwasaki-first Sansei); one Page summary of the JACL National JACL Committee for Redress; story on Aleut Indian tribes and EO 9066.

Narrator George Hara

Nisei male. Born January 12, 1925, in Portland, Oregon, where parents ran a hotel business. During World War II, removed to the Portland Assembly Center, Oregon, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Left camp early to attend college in Ohio. Was drafted into the Military Intelligence Service and served in Japan during the U.S. occupation. Returned …
George Hara Interview Segment 7 (ddr-one-7-3-7)
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Attending high school and getting involved in cheerleading
George Hara Interview Segment 14 (ddr-one-7-3-14)
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Studying at the Military Intelligence Service Language School
George Hara Interview Segment 25 (ddr-one-7-3-25)
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Dealing with restrictions after the bombing of Pearl Harbor
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