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Portrait of Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-493-145)
img Portrait of Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-493-145)
Inscription on photo mat: To Tomio Itabashi, Sincerely, Gordon Hrabayashi
Letter to Benjamin Coleman Gosney from Tomio Itabashi (ddr-densho-455-1)
doc Letter to Benjamin Coleman Gosney from Tomio Itabashi (ddr-densho-455-1)
Tomio Itabashi describes his time at Pinedale and his move to Tule Lake.
Tomio Itabashi c. 1935 (ddr-densho-493-16)
img Tomio Itabashi c. 1935 (ddr-densho-493-16)
Portrait of Tomio Itabashi in board frame. Stamp in corner reads "1935 HS Auburn Trojans". Marked on lower right "Melin - Auburn"
Portrait of George Mayeda (ddr-densho-493-134)
img Portrait of George Mayeda (ddr-densho-493-134)
Inscription on photo front: Sincerely, George Mayeda. Written on corner of folder: Tomio Itabashi
Tomio Itabashi with his aunt Kuni Itabashi (ddr-densho-493-43)
img Tomio Itabashi with his aunt Kuni Itabashi (ddr-densho-493-43)
Caption below photo: Kuni 1965 - adopted by Frances. Caption at top of page: 12 F 10 F Amache Barracks
Woman standing outside building (ddr-densho-493-109)
img Woman standing outside building (ddr-densho-493-109)
Inscription on photo front: To Tomio Aloha Ella. Written on photo margin: July 25, 1945
Auburn Globe-Republican (ddr-densho-493-37)
doc Auburn Globe-Republican (ddr-densho-493-37)
Clipping from the Globe-Republican received by Tomio Itabashi at Pinedale temporary assembly center. Two articles relevant to the evacuation: "Big Trains Take Japanese To California," discussing the Japanese Americans evacuated from the Auburn, Washington area, and "The Story of 112,000 Japanese in American" which is Part I of a two-part retelling of the recent history of …
Season's greetings print block (ddr-densho-493-3)
img Season's greetings print block (ddr-densho-493-3)
Holiday-themed block print stamp hand-made by Tomio Itabashi. Design shows three barracks at camp overlooked by a watch tower; the word "Greetings" floats above. (Design appears in reverse.)
Benjamin Gosney Collection (ddr-densho-455)
Collection Benjamin Gosney Collection (ddr-densho-455)
Letter to Benjamin Coleman Gosney from Tomio Itabashi who describes his time at the Pinedale Assembly Center and his move to Tule Lake. Itabashi was a former co-worker of Gosney's and attended high school with Gosney's daughter.
Red Cross message from Tomio Itabashi to Koichiro Itabahashi (ddr-densho-493-18)
doc Red Cross message from Tomio Itabashi to Koichiro Itabahashi (ddr-densho-493-18)
American Red Cross Civilian Message Form with message from Tomio Itabashi to his father Koichiro in Japan. Message reads "We are all well and safe. Do not worry. Our regards to relatives." Back of paper has three lines of Japanese text in reply; underneath, paper is stamped "Examined by 364 - U.S. Censorship" as well as …
Notice to Report to Work on Project (ddr-densho-493-17)
doc Notice to Report to Work on Project (ddr-densho-493-17)
Notice addressed to Tomio Itabashi calling him to work in the role of "Foreman, Grade B" at the C 1 Mess Hall at 2:30pm on the day the notice was issued. Sex marked "M" race marked "J". Signatures illegible.
Holiday card from Tomio Itabashi to Maki and Doug Yamada (ddr-densho-493-21)
doc Holiday card from Tomio Itabashi to Maki and Doug Yamada (ddr-densho-493-21)
Block print holiday card (made with block shown in object ddr-densho-493-3, designed by Tomio.) Front is addressed "Dear Maki, May + Doug .... Sincerely, Tomio" and design features the word "Greetings" in the sky above three buildings, a tower, and a fence—a scene possibly inspired by camp. Text of message reads: "Dear Maki, Thanks a million …
doc "People from the Prefecture" 20th Anniversary book by the Hiroshima Kenjinkai in Seattle (ddr-densho-493-38)
Business and biographical directory of the Hiroshima Kenjinkai, created to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the organization and celebrate the successes of many of the Washington State Issei. Includes photographs and biographical blurbs of notable figures and Kenjinkai members. Page 415 is marked with a post-it note identifying Koichiro Itabashi ("younger brother"), Buichiro …
Tomio Itabashi and Francis (Itabashi) Nishimura Collection (ddr-densho-493)
Collection Tomio Itabashi and Francis (Itabashi) Nishimura Collection (ddr-densho-493)
This collection consists of objects, documents, photographs, and pamphlets from the Itabashi family, siblings Tomio Itabashi and Frances Nishimura (Itabashi) and their aunt and uncle, Kuni and Buichiro Itabashi. The family lived in Auburn, Washington prior to the war, where they operated a dairy farming business and were involved in a Supreme Court of Washington State …
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