img Men and women in front of sawmill (ddr-densho-353-22)
Mukilteo sawmill. Caption in album: "Japanese sawmill workers greet a new bride."
img Postcard photograph of logging crew (ddr-densho-383-429)
Postcard from Tsunezo Tokuda to Clara Pokiswinski. Written on back of photograph: "J.T. [To] Miss Clara Pokiswinski, Mukilteo."
img Takao Tanabe sitting on stump (ddr-densho-383-222)
Written on album page below photograph: "Takao Tanabe".
img Postcard photograph of four men with rifles (ddr-densho-383-428)
Postcard from Tsunezo Tokuda to Clara Pokiswinski. Tsunezo Tokuda pictured second from left. Written on back of postcard: "How are you? [To] Miss Clara Pokiswinski, Mukilteo, Wash."
img Girl standing in front of car (ddr-densho-383-402)
Tsune Tokuda, younger sister of George Tokuda. Written on back of photograph: "Tsune".
img Postcard photograph of Tsunezo Tokuda with rifle. (ddr-densho-383-430)
Written on back of postcard: "Grandpa Tokuda. Between 1905-1910".
img May Sherar driving car (ddr-densho-383-98)
The Sherars lived in Mukilteo at the same time as the Tokuda family in the 1920s. The Sherar family consisted of Archie and Eurda May as well as their children Percy (born c. 1910) and May (born c. 1914). Written on album page below photograph: "May Sherar".
img Postcard photograph of Tokuda brothers (ddr-densho-383-427)
Left to right: George and Floyd Tokuda near the Tokuda family's house in Mukilteo. Written on back of photograph: "Floyd & Dad in Mukilteo".
img George Tokuda as child in front of school (ddr-densho-383-414)
George Tokuda, about six years old, standing in front of Mukilteo Grammar School. Written on front of photograph: "Mukilteo Grammar School 1918". Written on back of photograph: "This is my brother's picture. My teacher Miss Randall take for Tsuneyoshi in school house". Note likely written by George Tokuda's older brother, Floyd Tokuzo Tokuda.