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Satoru Ichikawa Interview (ddr-densho-1000-236)
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Nisei male. Born November 2, 1929, in Fresno, California. Moved with family at a young age to Seattle, Washington, where father was the minister of the Seattle Buddhist Temple. Father was arrested by the FBI following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and removed to various Department of Justice internment camps. The rest of the family was …
In My Parents' Words (ddr-densho-258-208)
doc In My Parents' Words (ddr-densho-258-208)
A booklet to accompany a panel entitled In My Parents' Words: Voices from the Department of Justice Camps at the 2013 Japanese American National Museum National Conference held at the Sheraton Hotel in Seattle, Washington. Satoru Ichikawa focuses on the separation of his father, a Buddhist priest, from his family for two years during the family's …
Group of Issei and Nisei in front of barrack (ddr-densho-310-2)
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Ichikawa family in front of their barrack at Minidoka concentration camp. Also pictured are family friends, Yahachi Suzuki and Mr. Hino. (Front Row, left to right) Akira Ichikawa, Hiroko Ichikawa (Back Row, left to right) Satoru Ichikawa, Mr. Hino, Etsuko Ichikawa, Yasashi Ichikawa, Shinya Ichikawa (In Yasahi's arms), Kazuya Ichikawa, Noriko Ichikawa, Yahachi Suzuki
Ichikawa family and friends (ddr-densho-258-203)
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A photograph was taken by Jack Yamaguchi of the Ichikawa family on the steps of their barracks, Block 13-1-E, at Minidoka Concentration Camp. Back row from left to right: Satoru Ichikawa, Mr. Hino, Etsuko Ichikawa, Yasashi Ichikawa, Shinya Ichikawa, Unidentified boy, Noriko Ichikawa, Yahachi Suzuki Front Row left to right: Akira Ichikawa, Hiroko Ichikawa
Photo album (ddr-densho-258-1)
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A family photo album showing life in Troutdale, Oregon before World War II, construction of the Anderson Ranch Dam in Elmore, Idaho during World War II, and life after World War II.
Crystal City Map (ddr-densho-258-202)
doc Crystal City Map (ddr-densho-258-202)
A map was drawn and illustrated by Satoru Ichikawa of Crystal City Texas camp. Satoru Ichikawa's family was reunited at Crystal City after 2 years of being separated. His mother and six siblings had been at Minidoka Concentration Camp and his father at Santa Fe Department of Justice camp.
Issei minister and family (ddr-densho-310-4)
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Ichikawa family portrait. (Front row, left to right) Akira, Tatsuya, Shinya, Yasashi, Hiroko (Back row, left to right) Noriko, Satoru, Etsuko, Kazuya
Letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa to Loyd H. Jenson (ddr-densho-258-204)
doc Letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa to Loyd H. Jenson (ddr-densho-258-204)
Tatsuya Ichikawa writes to Loyd H. Jensen the Officer in Charge of the Sante Fe Department of Justice Internment Camp. Ichikawa requests to be given temporary parole so he could travel to Minidoka concentration camp to help his family. His two youngest children were hospitalized. A post-it note written by Satoru Ichikawa attached to the letter …
Ichikawa Family Collection (ddr-densho-258)
Collection Ichikawa Family Collection (ddr-densho-258)
The Ichikawa Family Collection contains a photograph album with approximately 200 pictures of the Ichikawa family and their communities in Oregon (c.1935-1942) and Anderson Dam, ID (1945-c.1960). Added to the collection in 2018, a booklet written by Satoru Ichikawa about his parents' experience during World War II and documents from 1944-1946.
Satoru Ichikawa Interview Segment 9 (ddr-densho-1000-236-9)
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The completion of Seattle's new Buddhist temple building just before the onset of World War II
Satoru Ichikawa Interview Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1000-236-7)
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Participating in Fresh Air Camp, a summer camp sponsored by the Buddhist church
Satoru Ichikawa Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1000-236-11)
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Preparing for mass removal: making provisions for the Buddhist temple
Satoru Ichikawa Interview Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1000-236-2)
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Father's family background: seventeen generations of Buddhist ministers
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