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Children in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-429)
img Children in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-429)
Black and white photographic print of unidentified children gathering to view foreign military personnel who are standing with their backs to photographer looking at the crowd of children. Inscribed on the back: "Kyoto '47."
Temple Gardens in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-31)
img Temple Gardens in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-31)
Black and white photographic print of temple garden in Kyoto with a bridge in foreground and trees in background. Inscribed on back: "KYOTO/17 APR 49."
Kyoto Dancer (ddr-one-2-11)
img Kyoto Dancer (ddr-one-2-11)
Black and white photographic print of a dancer in Kyoto. Inscribed on back: "1948".
Visiting Kyoto (ddr-one-2-474)
img Visiting Kyoto (ddr-one-2-474)
Black and white photographic print of bridge at a shrine in Kyoto, with pond in foreground.
Children in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-430)
img Children in Kyoto (ddr-one-2-430)
Black and white photographic print of approximately 25 unidentified children standing in group. One boy is wearing suspenders and standing on the far right. Inscribed on the back: "Kyoto '47."
May and Tami Outside Kyoto Hotel (ddr-one-2-188)
img May and Tami Outside Kyoto Hotel (ddr-one-2-188)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) May Ideta and Tami Okamura wearing dark coat and standing in front of the Kyoto Hotel.
In Kyoto (ddr-one-2-432)
img In Kyoto (ddr-one-2-432)
Black and white photographic print of group of unidentified children standing, with a young girl carrying a baby on her back.
Toraji Makino accepting a bible from the American Missionary Association (ddr-njpa-4-997)
img Toraji Makino accepting a bible from the American Missionary Association (ddr-njpa-4-997)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "100-year-old Japanese bible. Presentation ceremony on the 18th. (Kyoto) August 18, 1938. The American Missionary Assocation decided to give one of two Singaporean Gospel of John bibles, the oldest in the Japanese language, which had been kept at an American library, to Doshisha. The vice-president of that association, Fred Brownlee[?], arrived in ...
Clipping regarding William M. Vories (ddr-njpa-1-2323)
doc Clipping regarding William M. Vories (ddr-njpa-1-2323)
Article title: "Dr. W.M. Vories naturalized as Japanese subject."
Road trip (ddr-densho-378-1137)
img Road trip (ddr-densho-378-1137)
Photograph of an unidentified man standing next to a car on the side of the road looking out at the scenery. Inscribed on the back is "Arashiyama in Kyoto" in Japanese.

Narrator Frank H. Hirata

Kibei-Nisei male. Born November 19, 1925, in Spokane, Washington. At the age of ten, went to Japan with grandfather. During World War II, was conscripted into the Japanese army, and was still in training when the war ended. After the war, continued education, graduating from Kyoto University with a law degree. Got married in 1957 and ...
Members of a Japanese dance troupe posing with Honolulu Rotarians (ddr-njpa-2-519)
img Members of a Japanese dance troupe posing with Honolulu Rotarians (ddr-njpa-2-519)
Caption on reverse: "TAKARAZUKA GIRLS GUESTS OF ROTARIANS: All 25 members of the visiting Takarazuka Troupe from Japan were guests of the West Honolulu Rotary Club at its regular weekly luncheon meeting Friday noon at Kewalo Inn. Above, left to right, are: Yuko Minami, Ayako Fujishiro, the Rev. Samuel Keala, pastor of the Kamakapili Church and ...
Frank H. Hirata Interview (ddr-densho-1000-271)
vh Frank H. Hirata Interview (ddr-densho-1000-271)
Kibei-Nisei male. Born November 19, 1925, in Spokane, Washington. At the age of ten, went to Japan with grandfather. During World War II, was conscripted into the Japanese army, and was still in training when the war ended. After the war, continued education, graduating from Kyoto University with a law degree. Got married in 1957 and ...
Bokoku homon kinen [Memory of visiting home country] (ddr-csujad-25-128)
img Bokoku homon kinen [Memory of visiting home country] (ddr-csujad-25-128)
An album titled as Bokoku homon kinen [Memory of visiting home country] containing mainly photographs taken during Kamie Taenaka's trip to Japan. Kamie Taenaka participates in the Koyasan Los Angeles Branch Tourist Party tour in 1955, which is arranged by Koyasan Los Angeles Branch and conducted by Nihon Kotsu Kosha, a Japanese tourist agency. She also ...
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