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Issei at a picnic (ddr-densho-124-21)
img Issei at a picnic (ddr-densho-124-21)
(L to R): Kato, Tanaka, unidentified, unidentified, Yamaguchi, Tamura, Ueoka (or Kamioka), unidentified, Fujiwara, unidentified, unidentified, Suzuki, unidentified, unidentified, Tamura, Henry, Imamura, Hayashida, Hino.
A couple with their son (ddr-densho-298-22)
img A couple with their son (ddr-densho-298-22)
Caption in album: "Henry and Grace with their first-born, Ronald Yuji in the Doctor's Quarters Section of the Base Hospital in Topaz, 1944."
Group at Abe residence (ddr-densho-383-206)
img Group at Abe residence (ddr-densho-383-206)
Left to right: Unidentified man and woman, Yoichi Matsuda, unidentified man, May Abe, Henry Yamada. Written on album page below photograph: "Portland: Abe Residence".
doc "A Voice That Must Be Heard" (ddr-densho-156-178)
Extracts from statements regarding Americans of Japanese Ancestry by President Roosevelt, Henry L. Stimson, Joseph C. Grew, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt, and others.
Group at Abe Residence (ddr-densho-383-338)
img Group at Abe Residence (ddr-densho-383-338)
Left to right: Henry Yamada (behind bushes), unidentified man, Yoichi Matsuda, unidentified woman, unidentified man, May Abe. Written on album page below photograph: "Abe Residence".
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 116, No. 2 (January 15, 1993) (ddr-pc-65-2)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 116, No. 2 (January 15, 1993) (ddr-pc-65-2)
Select article titles: "Teen admits to role in murders (p. 1); "War hero Henry Gosho dies at 71" (p. 1); "JACL D.C. internships offered" (p. 10).
Two men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-56)
img Two men in baseball uniforms (ddr-ajah-5-56)
Caption below photo: Two Alameda Taiku Kai (ATK) ballplayers buddy up for a photo. At right is Makoto Henry" Takagi. Alameda, CA. Circa late 1910s-1920s
Letter regarding reparations payments (ddr-densho-274-79)
doc Letter regarding reparations payments (ddr-densho-274-79)
This letter is signed by John Matsumoto, president of the Seattle chapter of the JACL, and Shosuke Sasaki and Henry Miyatake of the Evacuation Redress Committee.
Child playing (ddr-densho-359-295)
img Child playing (ddr-densho-359-295)
Frances Owen, the daughter of Mrs. Henry B (Frances) Owen,a prominent community leader in Seattle. Alice Kawamoto worked as a nanny/maid for Mrs. Owen.
Letter to Professor Ray Larson from Henry Hayashi (ddr-densho-441-1)
doc Letter to Professor Ray Larson from Henry Hayashi (ddr-densho-441-1)
Letter to Professor Ray Larson regarding his article in "Grower Talks" about plant sleeves. Henry informs Larson about his father, Hirokichi "Harry" Hayashi's patenting of the sleeve.
A Voice that Must be Heard (ddr-densho-171-195)
doc A Voice that Must be Heard (ddr-densho-171-195)
Extracts from statements, regarding Americans of Japanese Ancestry, by: President Roosevelt, Hon. Henry L. Stimson, Hon. Joseph C. Grew, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt, and others.
Letters from Dick Henry to Mary Mon Toy (ddr-densho-367-89)
doc Letters from Dick Henry to Mary Mon Toy (ddr-densho-367-89)
Dick Henry was Mary Mon Toy's agent. In these letters he discusses future contracts and the possibility of performing at the Nouvelle Eve Club in Montmartre, Paris.
Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-99)
doc Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-99)
Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson discussing possibility of evacuation. Biddle states that the Department of Justice has no authority to evacuate American citizens and legal problems could arise if the army chooses to evacuate. Urges Stimson to consider his suggestions before he makes a decision.
Letter to Henry Miyatake from John Tateishi (ddr-densho-122-144)
doc Letter to Henry Miyatake from John Tateishi (ddr-densho-122-144)
Re: conflict between Days of Remembrance and Official JACL Stance on redress
Parade in front of Seattle's Henry Building (ddr-densho-35-236)
img Parade in front of Seattle's Henry Building (ddr-densho-35-236)
This parade was part of the city's first Golden Potlatch festival that took place in July of 1911.

Narrator Henry Ueno

Kibei male. Born December 29, 1928, in Pendleton, Oregon. Father passed away at an early age, and Henry was taken by mother with several siblings to Katsuura, Japan. Attended school in Japan and worked in factories to support the war effort during World War II. Left Japan after the war, and was drafted by the U.S. …
Group at Mt. Rainier vista (ddr-densho-326-417)
img Group at Mt. Rainier vista (ddr-densho-326-417)
Caption: Vista of Naches Hiway / Summit / Mt. Rainier / Mrs. Kato / daughter / Toshio K. / Sakuma / Matsu / Toshio Y. / Sakagami / Terashima / Mike / Jack H. / Geo. T. / Henry T. / Hissy O.
Final Workers (ddr-densho-441-16)
img Final Workers (ddr-densho-441-16)
Color photograph of the Union City Greenhouses Inc. work crew. From left to right: Norman Makoto Hayashi, Henry Hayashi, Gayle (Taketomo) Hayashi, Danny, Jaime, Rosendo, Luis, Warren Hayashi, Yoko, Shin Kato, Linda Hayashi, and Takako. Written on the top of the image is "Final Workers" in blue ink. Written on the bottom of the image is …
Portrait of Alyce Chester Kaiser (ddr-njpa-1-748)
img Portrait of Alyce Chester Kaiser (ddr-njpa-1-748)
Caption on reverse: "138116 - Watch your credit - International News Photo Slug - (Alyce Chester). Henry J. Kaiser to marry Alyce Chester. Oakland Calif . . . . Henry J. Kaiser, 68, nationally-known industrialist, and Alyce Chester, executive assistant to the medical director of the Permanente Foundation, announced their intention to mary. Miss Chester, pictured …
Group at Abe residence (ddr-densho-383-228)
img Group at Abe residence (ddr-densho-383-228)
Left to right: Unidentified man, Yoichi Matsuda, George Tokuda, unidentified man, unidentified woman, May Abe, Henry Yamada. Written on album page below photograph: "At Abe Residence. Portland, Oregon '31".
Old Indian fort in Lava Beds National Monument, Calif., J. H. Eastman #B-1324 (ddr-csujad-26-104)
img Old Indian fort in Lava Beds National Monument, Calif., J. H. Eastman #B-1324 (ddr-csujad-26-104)
Postcard depicting Native American architecture at Lava Beds National Monument addressed to "Sgt. Tsukahara Student Det. Camp Savage, Minn" on verso. Lava Beds National Monument is nearby Tule Lake incarceration camp. From photo album of Robert Billigmeier. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: mei_05_043
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