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Aircraft in Peru (ddr-csujad-33-172)
img Aircraft in Peru (ddr-csujad-33-172)
Photographed is an aircraft taking off in Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 28. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_28_173
Plantation in Peru (ddr-csujad-33-67)
img Plantation in Peru (ddr-csujad-33-67)
Photographed is a plantation in Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 15. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_15_067
Japanese immigrants to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-3)
img Japanese immigrants to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-3)
A group photograph of Japanese immigrants to Peru dressed in western clothes and kimonos. It appears to be taken on a passenger ship to Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 1. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_01_002
Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-4)
img Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-4)
A group photograph of Japanese immigrant women wearing kimonos. It appears to be taken on a passenger ship to Peru. One of them is holding a baby. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 1. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_01_003
Japanese immigrant woman to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-6)
img Japanese immigrant woman to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-6)
A photograph of a Japanese immigrant woman wearing a kimono. It appears to be taken on a passenger ship to Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 2. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_02_005
Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-5)
img Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-5)
A group photograph of Japanese immigrant women wearing kimonos. It appears to be taken on a passenger ship to Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 1. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_01_004
Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-11)
img Japanese immigrant women to Peru (ddr-csujad-33-11)
Photographed are Japanese immigrant women in kimonos. It appears to be taken on a passenger ship to Peru. A photo from an album: Colonisation Japonaise au Perou (csudh_cjp_0001), page 2. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: cjp_01_02_010
Memorandum to the Peruvian ambassador (ddr-densho-67-34)
doc Memorandum to the Peruvian ambassador (ddr-densho-67-34)
Memorandum states that Japanese people form the largest foreign element in Peru. Opinion: the Japanese in Peru are dangerous, organized, and patriotic to Japan. Recommendations: "dangerous" Japanese leaders should be expelled from Peru; encourage propaganda to bring the "Japanese danger" to the Peruvians' attention.
Sarah Sato Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1000-81-2)
vh Sarah Sato Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1000-81-2)
Parents' immigration route: from Japan to Hawaii to Peru
Portrait of Augusto B. Leguia (ddr-njpa-1-1234)
img Portrait of Augusto B. Leguia (ddr-njpa-1-1234)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Augusto Leguia. Former President of Peru."
Letter from the American Embassy (ddr-densho-67-35)
doc Letter from the American Embassy (ddr-densho-67-35)
Letter from American Embassy describing President of Peru's desire to conspire with U.S. to permanently eliminate all Japanese from Peru. The letter was composed by Raymond Henry Norweb, U.S. Ambassador to Peru between 1940 and 1942.
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