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Couple outdoors (ddr-densho-322-3)
img Couple outdoors (ddr-densho-322-3)
Ami and Kazuo Kinoshita on their honeymoon as Yosemite National Park.
Wedding reception (ddr-densho-322-2)
img Wedding reception (ddr-densho-322-2)
Ami Kinoshita, dressed in kimono, and her husband Kazuo at their wedding reception.
Couple (ddr-densho-322-5)
img Couple (ddr-densho-322-5)
Mr. and Mrs. Kinoshita (Kazuo and Ami) standing together outside in Gresham, Oregon.
Family portrait (ddr-densho-322-8)
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.
Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-322-1)
img Wedding portrait (ddr-densho-322-1)
The wedding of Kazuo Kinshita and Ami Nakao at the Oregon Buddhist Temple in Portland.
Fourth biennial Japanese American Citizens League convention (ddr-densho-259-305)
img Fourth biennial Japanese American Citizens League convention (ddr-densho-259-305)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Posed group of JACL [Japanese American Citizens League] members at the 4th biennial national convention held in Seattle, September 1936. There are only some 50-75 people present, which indicates how small the beginnings of JACL were."
Kaz Kinoshita Interview (ddr-one-7-12)
vh Kaz Kinoshita Interview (ddr-one-7-12)
Nisei male. Born October 1, 1914, in Gresham, Oregon. Grew up in Gresham where parents ran a farm. During World War II, removed to the Portland Assembly Center, Oregon, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, returned to Portland.

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May the committee further recommend the release of the following (ddr-csujad-2-76)
doc May the committee further recommend the release of the following (ddr-csujad-2-76)
Document presents a list of 52 incarcerees; names are introduced with the text, "May the committee further recommend the release of the following" [presumably from the army stockades]. Nakao, Masaru; Inoue, Tetsuo; Hayashioa, Bob; Tahara, Tom; Saito, Shu; Shingu, Tadashi (Fred); Ogata, Tanji; Fujimoto, Tadao (Wm); Yamamoto, Kazuo; Tanabe, Yaichi; Wada, Shozo; Takaoka, Yoshio; Komiya, Shunichi; …
Barracks 8 (ddr-densho-434-336)
img Barracks 8 (ddr-densho-434-336)
Caption: Barracks 8 / "Yoges". Photo has names signed by individuals in photo
Hood River Japanese community band (ddr-densho-259-319)
img Hood River Japanese community band (ddr-densho-259-319)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "The Hood River Japanese community band--or maybe it was the Hood River Japanese Methodist Church Band I think that LeRoy Burns used to lead this band and maybe later on it was a Mr. Savo, but in this picture, neither of them are pictured. This was taken on the wooden front steps …
Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. I No. 1 (October 24, 1942) (ddr-densho-97-99)
doc Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. I No. 1 (October 24, 1942) (ddr-densho-97-99)
Selected article titles: "Residents to Name Charter Delegates" (p. 1), "Heart Mountain Inspires Name for New Project Newspaper" (p. 1), "Griffin Warns Reckless Drivers" (p. 1), "First Copies Sent Roosevelt, Myer" (p. 1), "Two Cases Tried by Heart Mountain Court" (p. 2), "Residents Warned of Bogus Wardens" (p. 2), "USO Plans for Center Under Way" (p. …
Memoirs 1943 - Minidoka High School Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-48)
doc Memoirs 1943 - Minidoka High School Yearbook (ddr-densho-474-48)
Yearbook for the Minidoka High School, property of Starr Urakawa. The school included grades 8-12. Individual students are photographed in senior portraits or class photos. Student activities are represented, including student labor/work experience program ("part-time workers"), May Day royalty, and sports. Student signatures are included throughout the book.
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