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Tsutomu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-481)
img Tsutomu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-481)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu "Tsunch" Inouye of Alameda, CA sometime before WWII
Tsutomu Inouye standing by car (ddr-ajah-6-476)
img Tsutomu Inouye standing by car (ddr-ajah-6-476)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye and family car Alameda, CA., circa mid 1930s
Tsutomu Inouye driving jeep with two other men (ddr-ajah-6-483)
img Tsutomu Inouye driving jeep with two other men (ddr-ajah-6-483)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye (driving) of Alameda, CA., at For Ord, Monterrey, CA., for basic training. July 1941
Two boys alongside river (ddr-ajah-6-463)
img Two boys alongside river (ddr-ajah-6-463)
Caption below photo: A friend and Tsutomu Inouye (at right). Inouye was from Alameda, Ca., Location unknown. Circa early 1920s
Tsutomu Inouye with golf club (ddr-ajah-6-466)
img Tsutomu Inouye with golf club (ddr-ajah-6-466)
Photo is from an album page with caption on page: 300 yd drive. Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye in Alameda, CA., and golf club, circa late 1920s-early1930s.
Tsutomu Inouye in basketball uniform (ddr-ajah-6-478)
img Tsutomu Inouye in basketball uniform (ddr-ajah-6-478)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye in basketball uniform for the Buddhist Temple of Alameda, CA., YMBA juniors team. Circa mid 1930s.
Tsutomu Inouye standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-470)
img Tsutomu Inouye standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-470)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye of Alameda, CA circa early 1920s
Tsutomu Inouye with camera (ddr-ajah-6-468)
img Tsutomu Inouye with camera (ddr-ajah-6-468)
Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye of Alameda, CA with what looks like a Kodak Brownie camera, circa early 1920s
Tsutomu Inouye with basketball (ddr-ajah-6-477)
img Tsutomu Inouye with basketball (ddr-ajah-6-477)
Photo is from an album page with caption on pate: Dead-eye. Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye in basketball uniform for the Buddhist Temple of Alameda, CA., YMBA juniors team, circa mid 1930s.
Kanjiro and Tsutomu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-475)
img Kanjiro and Tsutomu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-475)
Photo is from an album page with caption on page: Father and Son. Caption above photo: Kanjiro Inouye and son, Tsutomu, of Alameda, CA Tsutomu was born October 1, 1916, making this photo the early 1920s
Three boys standing in yard (ddr-ajah-6-472)
img Three boys standing in yard (ddr-ajah-6-472)
Photo is from an album page with caption on page: The Inouye Brothers Incorporated. Caption above photo: circa early 1920s, Alameda CA Fujio Tsutomu Yoshiharu
Three boys playing baseball (ddr-ajah-6-474)
img Three boys playing baseball (ddr-ajah-6-474)
Caption below photo: Brothers Fujio (left), Yoshiharu, and Tsutomu play baseball on a tennis court near McKinley Park, in Alameda, CA., where they were born. Photo circa 1920s
Two boys with Easter baskets (ddr-ajah-6-467)
img Two boys with Easter baskets (ddr-ajah-6-467)
Photo is from an album page with caption on page: Shiek Imazumi and Me. Caption below photo: Tsutomu Inouye (left) and Shigeo "Sheik" Imazumi of Alameda, Ca. Circa early 1920s
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 6 (August 9, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-31)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 6 (August 9, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-31)
Selected article titles: "Population in World Casts Dim U.S. Future" (pp. 1, 6), "Reparations for Evacuees Still High on JACL Priority" (p. 1), "Sen. Daniel Inouye: On World Population" (pp. 2, 5), and "Kiyoshi Hirano: Dubbed Stockton's Henry Kissinger, He Negotiates Return of Temple Bell" (p. 3).
Kazuye, Fujio, Tsutomu and Yoshiharu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-462)
img Kazuye, Fujio, Tsutomu and Yoshiharu Inouye (ddr-ajah-6-462)
Caption below photo: Sons and daughter of Kanjiro and Natsuno Inouye of Alameda, CA Circa early-mid 1920s
Portrait of Inouye family (ddr-ajah-6-488)
img Portrait of Inouye family (ddr-ajah-6-488)
Caption below photo: Inouye family of Alameda, CA., circa early 1920s
Report on Juvenile Delinquency and the Social Problems Existing in Topaz (ddr-densho-356-899)
doc Report on Juvenile Delinquency and the Social Problems Existing in Topaz (ddr-densho-356-899)
Report on causes of juvenile delinquency in Topaz and suggestions to end the problem.
School children and teachers outside school (ddr-ajah-6-605)
img School children and teachers outside school (ddr-ajah-6-605)
Caption above photo: Official California Japanese Elementary School at the Japanese Association Building 2325 Pacific, Alameda, CA. Circa 1916 (the first year of the school's existence). Two versions of photo, one with individuals identified and school history
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 9 (March 6, 1970) (ddr-pc-42-9)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 9 (March 6, 1970) (ddr-pc-42-9)
Selected article titles: "Sparky lead witness at Title II hearings" (p. 1), "Little Tokyo plan cleared by council" (p. 1), "'Grandfather' clause included in bill to license gardeners in California" (p. 1), "Nisei back federal plan to boost cultural heritage" (p. 1), "Japanese American Curriculum finishes TV series, to write textbook" (p. 1), "Aerospace firm shutdown …
Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-197)
img Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-197)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "St. Marks Church in Hood River, showing [Masuo Yasui], several Issei men, a Caucasian minister, and remarkably, a Japanese minister not Isaac Inouye. St. Marks was either a Catholic or Episcopalian church--or maybe it was a Lutheran church. In any event, the two clerics are wearing their collars backwards, as Catholic and …
Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-110)
img Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-110)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "St. Marks Church in Hood River, showing [Masuo Yasui], several Issei men, a Caucasian minister, and remarkably, a Japanese minister not Isaac Inouye. St. Marks was either a Catholic or Episcopalian church--or maybe it was a Lutheran church. In any event, the two clerics are wearing their collars backwards, as Catholic and …
Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-237)
img Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-237)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "St. Marks Church in Hood River, showing [Masuo Yasui], several Issei men, a Caucasian minister, and remarkably, a Japanese minister not Isaac Inouye. St. Marks was either a Catholic or Episcopalian church--or maybe it was a Lutheran church. In any event, the two clerics are wearing their collars backwards, as Catholic and …
Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-262)
img Japanese American and white men and boys at St. Marks church (ddr-densho-259-262)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "St. Marks Church in Hood River, showing [Masuo Yasui], several Issei men, a Caucasian minister, and remarkably, a Japanese minister not Isaac Inouye. St. Marks was either a Catholic or Episcopalian church--or maybe it was a Lutheran church. In any event, the two clerics are wearing their collars backwards, as Catholic and …
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 15 (April 12, 1968) (ddr-pc-40-15)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 15 (April 12, 1968) (ddr-pc-40-15)
Selected article titles: "'Father of Physical Pharmacy' Title Bestowed on Nisei Prof" (p. 1), "Reagan alters his Stand, would veto housing act repeal" (p. 1), "Sakura Festival draws big" (p. 1), "Co-existence or annihilation, says Sen. Inouye in Peace Talk" (p. 1), "Therapeutic use of marijuana upheld by Nisei psychiatrist at MD meeting" (p. 1), "Civic …
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