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Photo of Harry Kono on stairway and text of biographical data about Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-335)
img Photo of Harry Kono on stairway and text of biographical data about Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-335)
Caption below photo: Hikotaro "Harry" Kono in Alameda, CA, circa 1930s. Inscription on photo front: To Babu Harry K. Kono
Yemiko and Hikotaro Kono standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-260)
img Yemiko and Hikotaro Kono standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-260)
Caption below photo: Yemiko "Emi/Amy" Kono and her father, Hikotaro "Harry" Kono in Alameda, CA, circa late 1920s early 1930s
Toshio and Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-343)
img Toshio and Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-343)
Caption below photo: Toshio "Osky" Kono and his father, Hikotaro "Harry" Kono, circa late 1940s-early 1950s, Selma CA vicinity. The Konos were originally from Alameda, CA, but settled in Selma, CA after WWII.
Portrait of woman (ddr-ajah-6-331)
img Portrait of woman (ddr-ajah-6-331)
Caption below photo: Eiko Furuta Kono, first wife of Hikotaro "Harry" Kono. She died of Tuberculosis on February 4, 1929. Alameda, CA
Portrait of Hikotaro Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-334)
img Portrait of Hikotaro Harry Kono (ddr-ajah-6-334)
Caption below photo: Hikotaro "Harry" Kono of Alameda, CA., circa mid 1930s
Woman standing in garden in kimono (ddr-ajah-6-267)
img Woman standing in garden in kimono (ddr-ajah-6-267)
Caption below photo: Chiyoko "Harriet" Kono was the second wife of Hikotaro Harry Kono. They lived in Alameda, CA. Photo circa early to mid 1930s.
Woman in kimono, seen from back (ddr-ajah-6-268)
img Woman in kimono, seen from back (ddr-ajah-6-268)
Caption below photo: Chiyoko "Harriet" Kono was the second wife of Hikotaro Harry Kono. They lived in Alameda, CA. Photo circa early to mid 1930s.
Clipping with photo of Hayashi Florist Baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-104)
doc Clipping with photo of Hayashi Florist Baseball team (ddr-ajah-5-104)
Caption below photo: Harry Kono and his business's baseball team, Hayashi Florist in Alameda, CA, January 10, 1931. Kono retained the name of the original business owner, Harry Hayashi, on the store. It was located at 2305 Santa Clara Ave.
Hayashi Florist Baseball Team (ddr-ajah-6-338)
doc Hayashi Florist Baseball Team (ddr-ajah-6-338)
Compilation of clippings and history of the Hayashi Florist Baseball Team and sponsor Harry Kono
Hikotaro
img Hikotaro "Harry" Kono with fish (ddr-ajah-6-272)
Caption below photo: Issei Hikotaro Harry Kono fished for enjoyment. Besides having a floral shop in Alameda, he was a trophy winning salt/freshwater sport fisherman and community leader. He loved baseball and sponsored baseball teams. Seen here is Hikotaro in 1936 and his big catch of striped bass.
Five women standing with Harry Hikotaro outside florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-333)
img Five women standing with Harry Hikotaro outside florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-333)
Caption below photo: Standing in front of Hayashi Florist, run by Hikotaro "Harry" Kono is L to R: Masako and Toshiko Minami, Emi, Tomiko, Chieko and Harry Kono. The Minamis are first cousins to the Konos. Circa mid 1930's. Alameda, CA
Harry Kono recruits an African American Baseball Player (ddr-ajah-6-348)
doc Harry Kono recruits an African American Baseball Player (ddr-ajah-6-348)
Contract signed by Harry Kono with James Bonner to play with Dai Tokyo Baseball Club, with annotations
Kono family standing outside family business (ddr-ajah-6-342)
img Kono family standing outside family business (ddr-ajah-6-342)
Caption below photo: The Kono family in front of the family business, Hayashi Florist at 2305 Santa Clara Ave in Alameda, CA. It was operated by Hikotaro "Harry" Kono (not pictured). L to R: Tomiko "Osky/Ken" - Yemiko "Emi/Amy" - Chieko "Chi/Chec" Kono. circa 1937
Document with photo of Alameda Kono Allstars  and clippings (ddr-ajah-5-50)
doc Document with photo of Alameda Kono Allstars and clippings (ddr-ajah-5-50)
Documents related to the 1931 Tour of Japan by the baseball team. Caption below photo: Kono allstars, run by Hikotaro "Harry" Kono (center of second row in suit). Front row kneeling second from left, with bill turned up is Osky Kono, his son. Photo by Oita Newspaper company, Japan
Two men with fish (ddr-ajah-6-332)
img Two men with fish (ddr-ajah-6-332)
Caption below photo: Hikotaro "Harry" Kono and his catch of Striped Bass. He was from Alameda, CA. Photo circa 1930s early 1940's
Chiyoko Kono sitting on bench in front of florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-269)
img Chiyoko Kono sitting on bench in front of florist shop (ddr-ajah-6-269)
Caption below photo: Chiyoko Kono sits in front of the family's floral shop, Hayashi Floral in Alameda, CA. Hikotaro "Harry" Kono bought it from the Hayashi family, but retained the Hayashi name. Pictured in the 2305 Santa Clara location. Circa 1930's
Envelope with Hayashi's Flowers return address (ddr-ajah-6-330)
doc Envelope with Hayashi's Flowers return address (ddr-ajah-6-330)
Caption below photo: An envelope for a business card from Hikotaro "Harry" Kono's business, Hayashi Flowers at 2305 Santa Clara Ave in Alameda, CA, circa 1920's-early 1940's
Kono Morita, Students from Japan hosted by the Alameda Kiwanis Club (ddr-ajah-6-347)
doc Kono Morita, Students from Japan hosted by the Alameda Kiwanis Club (ddr-ajah-6-347)
Compilation of clippings, photo and story of event hosted by Kiwanis club for Japanese American students
Panorama of two baseballs teams on field (ddr-ajah-5-88)
img Panorama of two baseballs teams on field (ddr-ajah-5-88)
Caption below photo: 1928 Alameda Taiiku Kai baseball team vs. Keio University of Tokyo, Japan. Alameda, CA. L to R of the men in suit and tie: Ryosaku Akagi: President of the Alameda Japanese Association and then Hikotaro "Harry" Kono, ATK President. Includes handwritten note describing the photo
Chiyoko Kono standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-270)
img Chiyoko Kono standing in garden (ddr-ajah-6-270)
Caption below photo: Chiyoko "Harriet" Kono - Alameda, CA. Her passport spells her first name as Harriette. She was born in japan March 10, 1903. In this photo, she is married to Hikotaro "Harry" Kono. The Konos would be incarcerated in Gila River, Arizona during WWII. She died in Selma, CA (near Fresno) on July 26, …
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