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Golden Gate Park seal (ddr-densho-357-17)
img Golden Gate Park seal (ddr-densho-357-17)
A seal perches on the rocks along a fence at Golden Gate Park.
Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-354)
img Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-354)
Mr. Jiro Sakano, from Seattle, attends the Bussei (Buddhist Nisei) Conference in San Francisco.
Reverends Terakawa (ddr-densho-357-459)
img Reverends Terakawa (ddr-densho-357-459)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Rev. Tansai Terakawa and Rev. Chonen Terakawa on deck of the Asama Maru."
Terakawa family (ddr-densho-357-714)
img Terakawa family (ddr-densho-357-714)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Hanako and Tansai Terakawa with children Hiroko and Kiyoshi. 1859 Pine St. San Francisco." Left to right: Hanako Terakawa, Kiyoshi Terakawa, Tansai Terakawa, Hiroko Terakawa.
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-361)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-361)
Left to right: Helen Okamoto, Rosie Miyata, and Bertha Akimoto attend the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference.
Rose Miyata (ddr-densho-357-368)
img Rose Miyata (ddr-densho-357-368)
This photograph is addressed to Hanako Terakawa: "To Dearest Mrs. Terakawa, With loads of love, Rose Miyata."
Tatsuta Maru (ddr-densho-357-726)
img Tatsuta Maru (ddr-densho-357-726)
Handwritten caption: "Hiroko and Hanako leaving for Japan on Tatsuta Maru, March 23, 1933." Hiroko Terakawa and Hanako Terakawa are not easily visible, but Tansai Terakawa stands in the front of the group (to the left of center). The Tatsuta Maru was a Japanese ocean liner that consistently made the Trans-Pacific crossing between the countries of …
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-364)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-364)
Attendees of the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference visit the beach near San Francisco. Hanako Terakawa's caption: "What are the wild waves saying?"
Nakashima house warming (ddr-densho-357-268)
img Nakashima house warming (ddr-densho-357-268)
Left to right: Hanako Yoshioka Terakawa and Fumi Masada attend Mr. Nakashima's house warming party.
Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-358)
img Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-358)
Left to right: Yoshie Takagi and Hanako Terakawa attend the Bussei (Buddhist Nisei) Conference in San Francisco.
Nakashima home (ddr-densho-357-267)
img Nakashima home (ddr-densho-357-267)
A group of people stand in front of the exterior of Mr. Nakashima's home.
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-359)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-359)
Left to right: Yoshie Tokagi and Helen Okamoto attend the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference.
Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-357)
img Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-357)
Ralph Honda attends the Bussei (Buddhist Nisei) Conference in San Francisco.
Tama tour group (ddr-densho-357-16)
img Tama tour group (ddr-densho-357-16)
A tour group kneels in the grass after visiting the Steamship Tama, which visited from Japan during the 1925 Diamond Jubilee.
Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-355)
img Bussei Conference (ddr-densho-357-355)
Reverend Sasaki and girls from the Young Buddhists Association attend the Bussei (Buddhist Nisei) Conference in San Francisco.
Reverend Clifton (ddr-densho-357-563)
img Reverend Clifton (ddr-densho-357-563)
Reverend Clifton accompanies a group to San Francisco.
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-360)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-360)
Mr. Marutani attends the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference.
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-362)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-362)
Attendees of the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference visit San Francisco.
Japanese Band of the Tama (ddr-densho-357-13)
img Japanese Band of the Tama (ddr-densho-357-13)
The Japanese band of the "Tama" marches in the 1925 Diamond Jubilee Parade. For the California Diamond Jubilee celebration, the Japanese government sent the battle cruiser "Tama" with representatives from the Japanese Imperial Court. Hanako Yoshioka Terakawa's caption: "Welcome Tama."
On deck of the Tama (ddr-densho-357-15)
img On deck of the Tama (ddr-densho-357-15)
May, Fumi, and F. Tsujisaka pose on the deck of the battle cruiser Tama, which represented the Japanese Imperial government at the 1925 Diamond Jubilee in San Francisco. Left to right: May Fujiro, Fumi Masada, F. Tsujisaka.
Nakashima house warming (ddr-densho-357-266)
img Nakashima house warming (ddr-densho-357-266)
Children and an orchestra line up to perform at Mr. Nakashima's house warming party. Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Chigo and Reverend's Orchestra bus."
Truck in parade (ddr-densho-357-12)
img Truck in parade (ddr-densho-357-12)
A large truck followed by a smaller car participate in the 1925 Diamond Jubilee Parade. For the California Diamond Jubilee celebration, the Japanese government sent the battle cruiser "Tama" with representatives from the Japanese Imperial Court. Hanako Yoshioka Terakawa's caption: "Welcome Tama."
Chigo procession (ddr-densho-357-148)
img Chigo procession (ddr-densho-357-148)
Children gather to participate in the chigo procession during the Oakland Buddhist Church dedication ceremony. The term "chigo" refers to "festival children," who are typically quite young and associated with temple activities.
Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-363)
img Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference (ddr-densho-357-363)
Attendees of the Hawaiian-American Buddhist Conference visit the beach near San Francisco.
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