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Toyooka Farm at Troutdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-258-12)
img Toyooka Farm at Troutdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-258-12)
A view of the fields at Toyooka Farm with a large tree in the background. Caption below: "Toyooka Farm at Troutdale, Ore."
Summit of Mount Hood, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-457)
img Summit of Mount Hood, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-457)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Another view of the two story cabin at the top of Mt. Hood. It was used as a lookout station in the forest fire season."
Packing house in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-345)
img Packing house in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-345)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Cement block packing house and storage shed, Mosier, Oregon."
Picnic at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-58)
img Picnic at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-58)
Color slide of two unidentified Japanese American men sitting on a blanket at the Oregon Coast enjoying a picnic.
Wading at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-456)
img Wading at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-456)
Color slide of five Nisei girls wading into the water at the Oregon Coast while others wonder around the rock edge in the distance, two men can be seen fishing. Woman on far right in the water is May (Ebihara) Gelfand. According to donor processed on September 12, 1952.
Oregon Buddhist Church Talent Show (ddr-one-1-338)
img Oregon Buddhist Church Talent Show (ddr-one-1-338)
Five unidentified girls have their faces painted black and are dressed up in large white gloves and patched jeans. Appear to be performing a tap dance at the annual talent show hosted by the Oregon Buddhist Church (now known as the Oregon Buddhist Temple).
Laying at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-55)
img Laying at the Oregon Coast (ddr-one-1-55)
Color slide of two women laying on a towel at the Oregon Coast. On the left is May (Ebihara) Gelfand.
Cooking at Oregon Buddhist Church (ddr-one-1-605)
img Cooking at Oregon Buddhist Church (ddr-one-1-605)
Black and white photographic negative of people preparing Ohagi (sweet rice balls) in the kitchen of the Oregon Buddhist Church (now known as the Oregon Buddhist Temple). Woman on far right identified as "Bachan" Ikata.
Kay Endo Interview (ddr-manz-1-104)
vh Kay Endo Interview (ddr-manz-1-104)
Nisei male. Born September 26, 1933, in Milwaukie, Oregon. During World War II, removed to the Portland Assembly Center, Oregon, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, returned to Oregon.
Richard Sakurai Interview (ddr-manz-1-106)
vh Richard Sakurai Interview (ddr-manz-1-106)
Nisei male. Born December 26, 1926, in Portland, Oregon. Grew up in Troutdale, Oregon, where parents ran a farm. During World War II, removed to the Portland Assembly Center, Oregon, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, attended college in Ohio before eventually returning to Oregon.
Aerial photograph of Mosier Lake, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-202)
img Aerial photograph of Mosier Lake, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-202)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "'Mosier Lake', which was on our farm property in Mosier [Oregon]."
Four Issei men in Parkdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-28)
img Four Issei men in Parkdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-28)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] standing with 3 other Issei men on what appears to be a lawn. Since Tadao Sato is one of the men, and he's the only one wearing farm work clothes, I will guess that the others came to visit him at his orchard, which was in Parkdale."
Aerial photograph of Mosier Lake, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-361)
img Aerial photograph of Mosier Lake, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-361)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "'Mosier Lake', which was on our farm property in Mosier [Oregon]."
Four Issei men in Parkdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-191)
img Four Issei men in Parkdale, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-191)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] standing with 3 other Issei men on what appears to be a lawn. Since Tadao Sato is one of the men, and he's the only one wearing farm work clothes, I will guess that the others came to visit him at his orchard, which was in Parkdale."
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