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Testimony of Shigeko Kitamoto (ddr-densho-67-266)
doc Testimony of Shigeko Kitamoto (ddr-densho-67-266)
Written testimony of Shigeko Kitamoto of Bainbridge Island, Washington. Incarcerated in the Manzanar concentration camp, California. This testimony was submitted for the CWRIC hearings in Seattle, Washington, September 9-11, 1981.
Mother with children on day of mass removal (ddr-densho-34-181)
img Mother with children on day of mass removal (ddr-densho-34-181)
Shigeko Kitamoto with her children (L to R) Jane, Frances, and Frank Kitamoto.
Mother and her children in front of their barracks (ddr-densho-34-111)
img Mother and her children in front of their barracks (ddr-densho-34-111)
Shigeko Kitamoto and her children (left to right): Frances, Jane, Frank, and Lilly Kitamoto.
Family members outside home (ddr-densho-34-104)
img Family members outside home (ddr-densho-34-104)
Mrs. Shigeko Kitamoto with her children, nieces, and nephew.
Japanese Americans on a bridge (ddr-densho-34-74)
img Japanese Americans on a bridge (ddr-densho-34-74)
Shigeko Kitamoto, Felix Narte, Cion Narte, Jane Kitamoto, Natalie Hayashida and Fumiko Hayashida at the opening of the Agate Pass Bridge.
Women and children outside a home (ddr-densho-34-95)
img Women and children outside a home (ddr-densho-34-95)
Mrs. Shigeko Kitamoto and her daughters, Lilly and Frances. The friend is unidentified.
Family on day of mass removal (ddr-densho-34-149)
img Family on day of mass removal (ddr-densho-34-149)
Shigeko Kitamoto and her children say goodbye to friends on the day of exclusion from their home on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Front, left to right: Ilohio Narte (kneeling) holding Frank Kitamoto. Back, left to right: An unidentified man holding Jane Kitamoto, Lilly Kitamoto, Shigeko Kitamoto, Frances Kitamoto and Felix Narte. The Nartes had worked for Mrs. …
Family outside home (ddr-densho-34-96)
img Family outside home (ddr-densho-34-96)
Mrs. T. Nishinaka with daughter, Mrs. Shigeko Kitamoto and grandchildren Lilly, Frances, Frank and Jane.
Woman holding historic photo (ddr-densho-34-137)
img Woman holding historic photo (ddr-densho-34-137)
Fifty years later, Shigeko Kitamoto holds a picture that was taken of her children and herself on March 30, 1942 as they were waiting to board a special ferry to Seattle during the exclusion of Japanese Americans from Bainbridge Island, Washington. The children in the photo are from left to right: Jane, Frances and Frank Kitamoto.
Family outside home (ddr-densho-34-110)
img Family outside home (ddr-densho-34-110)
Mrs. T. Nishinaka (far right) watches as Mrs. Shigeko Kitamoto gets her children ready for a photograph. Children, left to right: Frances, Jane (in her mother's arms), Lilly and Frank Kitamoto.
Mass removal (ddr-densho-34-144)
img Mass removal (ddr-densho-34-144)
Shigeko Kitamoto and her children, Jane, Frances and Frank, wait to board a special ferry to Seattle, Washington. Bainbridge Island, Washington was evacuated on March 30, 1942. It was one of the first communities on the West Coast to be evacuated presumably due to its proximity to the Puget Sound Navy Yards.
Family birthday party (ddr-densho-359-215)
img Family birthday party (ddr-densho-359-215)
A group photograph at Don Nakata's 4th birtday party. Pictured from back to front and left to right: Nobuko Hayashida, Yasuko Hayashida, Shigeko Kitamoto, Hideko Kitamoto, Pauline Nakata, Fumiko Hayashida, Miyeko Nishi, Alice Kawamoto, Hisako Hayashida, Kenji Nakata, Yuriko Kitamoto, Tomiko Hayashida, Bobby Nishi
Wedding reception (ddr-densho-34-88)
img Wedding reception (ddr-densho-34-88)
This wedding reception was for Hisa and Jim Matsudaira. Left to right: Mr. Kusako, Rob Nakata, Sets Omoto, Yuki Omoto, Fusako Horishige, Pauline Nakata, Alice Okano and Mrs. Shigeko Kitamoto (seated).
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