vh Chizuko Judy Sugita de Quieiroz Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1000-252-15)
Exhibiting art in Hiroshima, Japan
vh Minoru "Min" Tsubota Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-149-1)
Family background: parents both from Hiroshima, Japan
vh Nobuko Miyake-Stoner Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-242-1)
Growing up in Hiroshima, Japan, in the years following the atomic bombing
vh Hideo Hoshide Interview II Segment 17 (ddr-densho-1000-185-17)
Being assigned to Hiroshima, Japan, as part of the Strategic Bombing Survey
img Hiroshima politicians visit Seattle (ddr-densho-395-98)
Members of the Seattle Hiroshima Club and the Mayor of Seattle pose with a delegation from Hiroshima in front of a United Airlines Mainliner 300 aircraft. From left to right, as cited in the "Seattle Hiroshima Club 1901-2001" book: Manabu Taniguchi, Genji Mihara, William F. Devin (Mayor of Seattle), Shinzo Hamai (Mayor of Hiroshima), Hisato Fujii, …
img Japanese Americans driving a team of horses (ddr-densho-107-3)
Left to right: Mr. Zaimoku, Roy Matsumoto, Takeshi Matsumoto and Mrs. Zaimoku. Mr. Zaimoku came from the same village as Roy's grandfather Wakamatsu Matsumoto in Hiroshima, Japan.
doc Gidra, Vol. II, No 11 (December 1970) (ddr-densho-297-20)
Selected article titles: "Amerasian Culture" (p. 4), "Tenure Denial Stirs Uproar" (p. 6), "Japan Militarism Rising: December 7, 1971" (p. 7), "Hiroshima - Lest We Forget" (p. 12).
vh Mitsu Ito Interview Segment 12 (ddr-densho-1006-1-12)
Working as an interpreter in Hiroshima, Japan
This interview was conducted by the JC Legacy Project, a project of the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
vh Marion Tsutakawa Kanemoto Interview Segment 39 (ddr-densho-1000-148-39)
Learning of oldest brother's life in Japan and his participation in the clean up after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima; reaction to hearing of the end of the war
Collection Uyeda Groves Collection (ddr-densho-113)
The Uyeda Groves collection, 1900s-1950s, features photographs of the Uyeda family, who resided in Hiroshima, Japan, Rock Springs, Wyoming and Seattle, Washington. The collection also includes photographs of Minidoka concentration camp and Seattle's postwar Issei community. The collection donor, Fumiko Uyeda Groves, was interviewed by Densho in 1998.
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-322-8)
A portrait of the Kinoshita family. Standing in back: Kazuo and Yoshio Kinoshita. Seated, left to right: Kise, Masao, and Tokuji Kinoshita. Not pictured: daughter Mary Kinoshita Asakawa, who was spending a year in Hiroshima, Japan.
doc Article about Junzo Fujii and George Fujii (ddr-njpa-5-723)
Translation of article: Junzo Fujii, president of the Hiroshima Fujii company, returned to Hawaii to regain his citizenship after living in Japan for fourteen years. Mr. George Fujii, president of the Hawaii Fujii company, welcomed him at the airport.
doc The Northwest Times Vol. 3 No. 43 (May 28, 1949) (ddr-densho-229-210)
"Canada's Japanese Unit Offices Will be Shut as of July 31" (p. 1), "Three Newspapers Support Passage of Judd's Measure for Equality with Editorials" (p. 1), ""House for Hiroshima' Group Will Depart United States for Japan Friday, Jun 24" (p. 1).
img Portraits of elderly couple (ddr-densho-107-29)
Roy Matsumoto's paternal grandparents. Roy's paternal grandfather, Wakamatsu, was the youngest son of the Matsumoto family. He married his sweetheart and came to Kauai, HI, as a government contract laborer to work in the sugar cane fields. Upon completion of the contract, he came to the mainland United States, leased land in southern California, and operated …
img Portraits of Issei couple (ddr-densho-107-30)
Roy Matsumoto's mother, Tei Matsumoto, was the youngest daughter of a samurai, Shinjiro Kimura. Her elder brother, Koichi Kimura was Wakaji Matsumoto's (Roy's father's) classmate in school, and a second cousin. Tei managed the Matsumoto farm after Wakamatsu (Roy's grandfather) retired to Japan. Before WWII started, she went to Hiroshima, Japan, with her family. She escaped …
vh Nobuko Miyake-Stoner Interview (ddr-densho-1000-242)
Japanese female. Born Feburary 10, 1952, in Hiroshima, Japan. Descendant of survivors of the atomic bombing in 1945. Father was a kamikaze pilot during World War II who was unable to fulfill his mission due to the war's end. Nobuko attended the Hiroshima Jogakuin, a missionary school established for young women. Graduated with an M.A. in …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2068 (November 9, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-44)
Selected article titles: "JACL to Develop TV Series on Japanese Americans" (p. 1), "Return Urged for Little Tokyo 'Northside'" (p. 1), "Asian American Music on 'Arista' Label: 'Hiroshima' Sounds Going Nationwide" (p. 3), and "A Background Report: Japan-U.S. Friendship Act" (p. 4).
img Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-107)
Mourners pose for a photograph at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister at a church. Fumi's sister died during the bombing of Hiroshima while visiting Japan. Seiso Bitow and his daughter Nobi are standing on the front row, fourth and fifth from the right.
img Mourners at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister (ddr-densho-395-106)
Mourners pose next to flower arrangements at the funeral of Fumi Oshima's sister. Fumi's sister died during the bombing of Hiroshima while visiting Japan. Accompanying materials state that Fumi was best friends with Ikuko Bitow Chan. Seiso Bitow is standing, second from the left.