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Sumida brothers and sisters and mother (ddr-densho-379-423)
img Sumida brothers and sisters and mother (ddr-densho-379-423)
Masako Sumida poses with her children in the home of Ken and Emmy Ito. left to right: Tets Sumida, Yohko Matsumoto, Grace Nagai, Masako Sumida, Alice Endo, Emmy Ito, Marshall Sumida
Sumida family portrait in front of barracks at Rohwer Relocation Center (ddr-densho-379-399)
img Sumida family portrait in front of barracks at Rohwer Relocation Center (ddr-densho-379-399)
The Sumida family (left to right), Chimata Sumida, Masako Sumida, Alice Yuriko Sumida Endo, Grace Sumida, Emmy Sumida Ito, Marshall Sumida, Tetsuro Sumida, Marjorie Yohko Sumida, with Todd Endo in the front.
Family portrait (ddr-densho-379-734)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-379-734)
Family photo in front of their barracks: Chimata Sumida, Masako Sumida, Alice Yuriko Endo, Grace Sumida, Emmy Ito, Marshall Sumida, Tets Sumida, Marjorie Yohko Sumida, and Todd Endo (front)
Letter from Chimata Sumida to his family (ddr-densho-379-1)
doc Letter from Chimata Sumida to his family (ddr-densho-379-1)
First letter from Chimata Sumida to his wife, Masako Sumida, after arriving at Ft. Missoula Internment Camp from Tuna Canyon.
Letter from Grace Sumida to Chimata Sumida (ddr-densho-379-4)
doc Letter from Grace Sumida to Chimata Sumida (ddr-densho-379-4)
Letter written by Grace Sumida (representing his wife (Masako) and all their children to Chimata Sumida. In the letter, Grace Sumida describing activities, in particular liquidating the family appliance store, C. Sumida and Son.
Woman knitting (ddr-densho-379-463)
img Woman knitting (ddr-densho-379-463)
Masako Sumida knitting. Written on the page in the photograph album "Cheryl's Birthday Party 1948".
Postcard from Shunishi Murata to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-218)
doc Postcard from Shunishi Murata to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-218)
Postcard from Shunichi Murata to Masako Sumida stating that he is still in Ft. Missoula because the second repatriation ship is delayed.
Letter from Masako Sumida to Wilma van Dusseldorp (ddr-densho-379-395)
doc Letter from Masako Sumida to Wilma van Dusseldorp (ddr-densho-379-395)
Masako Sumida writes to thank Miss Van Dusseldorp for her send-off from the Welfare Department and that she thinks of their employees often. She writes about life at the hostel in Cincinnati.
Postcard from Hiroshi Suzuki to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-212)
doc Postcard from Hiroshi Suzuki to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-212)
Postcard from Hiroshi Suzuki to Masako Sumida from Camp Livingston, LA letting her know that he was awaiting repatriation but he didn't know where or when
Sumida and Shimidzu families (ddr-densho-379-666)
img Sumida and Shimidzu families (ddr-densho-379-666)
The caption on the page of the photograph album is "Rohwer 1942". Chimata Sumida and his family with sister Kimi Sumida Shimidzu and her family
Letter from Muneo Sakane to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-35)
doc Letter from Muneo Sakane to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-35)
Letter gives news from Rohwer including that the "segregation train" left and was expected to arrive in Tule Lake the next day. He comments on the Japanese that relocated in places such as Cincinnati are pioneers, and not all Caucasians are prejudiced. He states that most of the young men left at Rohwer are waiting to …
Recommendation letter for Chimata Sumida from Wilma van Dusseldorp (ddr-densho-379-40)
doc Recommendation letter for Chimata Sumida from Wilma van Dusseldorp (ddr-densho-379-40)
Wilma van Dusseldorp's, Counselor of Welfare Department of the WRA at Rohwer, letter of recommendation regarding Chimata and Masako Sumida's character and qualifications for employment. Masako Sumida served as a Counseling Aide for the Welfare Section Staff at the American Hostel in Cincinnati, Ohio. She stated that Chimata Sumida was a youthful person in his range …
Letter from M. S. Schneider to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-46)
doc Letter from M. S. Schneider to Masako Sumida (ddr-densho-379-46)
Thank you letter for the special services at the American Friends Hostel while the Brittons were away.
Letter from Rayko (Grace) Sumida to Kats Nagai (ddr-densho-379-391)
doc Letter from Rayko (Grace) Sumida to Kats Nagai (ddr-densho-379-391)
Letter from Rayko (grace) Sumida to Kats Nagai explaining that she has to accompany her mother, Masako Sumida, to her new job at a hostel run by the Brittons in Cincinnatti, Ohio. Also she completed a 6 hour interview with the Civil Service Commission asking a lot of questions about her past in Los Angeles.
Sumida Family Collection (ddr-densho-379)
Collection Sumida Family Collection (ddr-densho-379)
The Sumida Family Collection contains material about Chimata and Masako Murakami Sumida and their six children, Alice Yuriko Endo, Grace Rayko Nagai, Emmy Ito, Marshall Masaru Sumida, Theodore Tetsuro Sumida, Marjorie Yohko Matsumoto, and their families. Before World War II, Chimata Sumida owned a music store located in Los Angeles’ Japanese Town that sold music, instruments, …
4 generations of Sumida women posing in front of Japanese doll collection (ddr-densho-379-445)
img 4 generations of Sumida women posing in front of Japanese doll collection (ddr-densho-379-445)
4 generations of Sumida women posing in front of Japanese doll collection displayed every March 3rd (Doll's Day).
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