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Goro George Inouye (ddr-csujad-57-22)
img Goro George Inouye (ddr-csujad-57-22)
A man stands ensconced within an orange tree, his smiling face surrounded by leaves and oranges, one hand holding an orange. [Handwritten on photo] To Mrs. H. W. Reichard. To Greet your Birthday Dec 1st 1916. Goro George Inouye From H. O. L. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: …
Booklet,
doc Booklet, "The Marriage Service" (ddr-densho-383-487)
Inscribed for the wedding of George Tokuda and Tamako Inouye in January 14, 1944
Nisei soldiers entertaining the wounded (ddr-densho-37-307)
img Nisei soldiers entertaining the wounded (ddr-densho-37-307)
Original caption: Private First Class George Inouye, an American of Japanese descent who was wounded in Italy, listening to a Japanese American band that entertained wounded U.S. soldiers at Halloran General Hospital in New York City. The entertainers, who had been defense workers and students before volunteering for the U.S. Army in Hawaii a year earlier, …
Letter from Tama Inouye to George Tokuda (ddr-densho-383-544)
doc Letter from Tama Inouye to George Tokuda (ddr-densho-383-544)
Describing relocating to the Midwest, and conditions of relocation
Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-5)
img Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-5)
Unknown, Clifford Uyeda, Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Spark Matsunaga, George Danielson. President Carter seated. photo front and back. Signed by George Danielson, Congressman from California.
Group of men at desk in White House, Signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-3)
img Group of men at desk in White House, Signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-3)
Left to right: Clifford Uyeda (half hidden), Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Pres. Jimmy Carter, George Danielson. Photo front and back.
Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-4)
img Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-4)
Left to right: Unknown, Clifford Uyeda, Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Spark Matsunaga, George Danielson. President Carter seated. Photo front and back.
Portrait of group of men in uniform (ddr-ajah-2-741)
img Portrait of group of men in uniform (ddr-ajah-2-741)
Caption below photo: Ben Moriwaki / Chikateru Inouye / Tak Hirabayashi / Walter Tanaka / Yukio Kawamoto / Ken Kato / Kayano, George / Terry Takahashi / Chisaka / Harold Fudenna / Don Hikido / Sho Ishii / Roy Ashizawa / Topaz, Utah, December, 1942
Peter Okamoto (ddr-densho-365-12)
img Peter Okamoto (ddr-densho-365-12)
Four boys wrestle on the ground. The label reads: "Toyota?, Yoshida, Okamoto, Himoto." The envelope housing the photograph is addressed to Takeharu Inouye from George Sugimoto. The caption on the envelope reads: "Old photo of Peter Okamoto."
George and Tamako Tokuda on sidewalk (ddr-densho-383-471)
img George and Tamako Tokuda on sidewalk (ddr-densho-383-471)
George and Tamako Tokuda's post-war resettlement in Seattle.
Tokuda Family Collection (ddr-densho-383)
Collection Tokuda Family Collection (ddr-densho-383)
The Tokuda Collection consists of three accessions. Accession 1 of the Tokuda collection contains a photograph album of George Tokuda's from his time as a student at the University of Washington in Seattle. Other subjects in the album include summers working in Alaska, and friends and family growing up in Mukilteo. This collection also includes other …
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 77, No. 07, (August 17, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-32)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 77, No. 07, (August 17, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-32)
Select article titles: "Away a Day from Watergate: Praises Embarrass Inouye" (p.1); "Need $250,000 for JACL Bldg." (p.1); "Ruling Hits Private Schools" (p.3); "George Takei for Los Angeles City Council Election Sept. 18, 1973" (p.3).
Terao funeral (ddr-densho-442-5)
img Terao funeral (ddr-densho-442-5)
Photograph of mourners in attendance at the funeral of Tomsabaro Terao. Front row left to right: Keiko Togo and Jimmy Tatsuda II. Second row: unknown, unknown, unknown, Bill Tatsuda, Charlie Tatsuda, Abe Hagiwara, Ruth Ohashi, John Tomita, unknown, Pat Hagiwara, Cherry, Tatsuda, unknown, Frank Tomita, and Mike Hagiwara. Third row: unknown, Mr. Faulkner, Mr. Inouye, Jimmy …
Football team (ddr-densho-23-17)
img Football team (ddr-densho-23-17)
Organized sports such as baseball and football were important for the Japanese American community because they encouraged cohesiveness. Teams composed entirely of Nisei competed against one another. Several Nisei sports leagues were formed in the 1930s. Front (left to right): Torazo Hikida, Ken Shimbo, George Ishii, Jackson Sonada, Genji Nishimura (holding football), "Nap" Nishisaka, Fred Kosaka, …
Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. VIII, No. 2, February 1971 (ddr-sjacl-1-127)
doc Seattle Chapter, JACL Reporter, Vol. VIII, No. 2, February 1971 (ddr-sjacl-1-127)
Bulletin covering the following topics: JACL offers Health Coverage; 130 people attend Installation Banquet; possible threat to ID by Kingdome stadium site, Interim (Eric Inouye) gives pros and cons; Chapter sponsors open meeting with Dr Harry Kitano at Jpn Presby Church. Topic was Racism; article by Al Sugiyama, student, on OSU (Oriental Student Union) demands for …
Reveille Volume 1, Number 4 (ddr-densho-390-136)
doc Reveille Volume 1, Number 4 (ddr-densho-390-136)
A partial copy of the fourth issue of the Reveille. Pages one and two include articles about upcoming events, poetry, a cartoon, a salute to Miles Hamada, and more.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 12 (September 18, 1959) (ddr-pc-31-38)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 49, No. 12 (September 18, 1959) (ddr-pc-31-38)
Selected article titles: "JACL joins nat'l organizations for meaningful civil rights bill" (p. 1), "Immigration law liberalized to reunite family units, bill on President's desk" (p. 1), "Important to look back to past as well as to future in all types of planning, Wakamatsu tells CLers at EDC-MDC confab" (p. 3), "300-mile radius of Magic Valley …
Hood River Japanese Methodist Church Orchestra (ddr-densho-259-323)
img Hood River Japanese Methodist Church Orchestra (ddr-densho-259-323)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "The Hood River Japanese Methodist Church orchestra. This was not the same organization as the band. Here LeRoy (?) Burns was the orchestra organizer, leader and instructor. I think that Rev. [Isaac] Inouye just lent moral support. Notice that on the bass drum...it reads, 'H.R.H.S.', and 'Japanese'...HRHS of course stood for Hood …
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