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Mother and son in front of trucks (ddr-densho-60-2)
img Mother and son in front of trucks (ddr-densho-60-2)
Rick Sato's mother and son. On the left is a packing shed.
Wapato Laundry (ddr-densho-62-3)
img Wapato Laundry (ddr-densho-62-3)
Takagi's Wapato Laundry, the business run by Edith Watanabe's parents.
Migrant farmworker (ddr-densho-15-28)
img Migrant farmworker (ddr-densho-15-28)
Norio Mitsuoka, age eighteen, was from Seattle. He is shown here picking onions. Mitsuoka made $1 a day and worked from sunrise to sunset.
Wapato Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-25-98)
img Wapato Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-25-98)
Northwest Young People's Buddhist Federation Conference. (Identification on the photograph.)
Portrait of Sue Yamamoto (ddr-densho-326-471)
img Portrait of Sue Yamamoto (ddr-densho-326-471)
Written on photo: To Matsuo, A friend, Sue. Caption: Sue Yamamoto / Wapato
Two men (ddr-densho-326-420)
img Two men (ddr-densho-326-420)
Caption: Tatsuo Yonetani / Matsu / Wapato
Three people (ddr-densho-326-450)
img Three people (ddr-densho-326-450)
Caption: Wapato buddist church / Tokio Y. / Yoneko / Matsu
Four men (ddr-densho-326-448)
img Four men (ddr-densho-326-448)
Caption: 1935 / Wapato Japanese School / Tokio T. / Mr. Matsumoto / Matsu / tokio Y
Three sisters (ddr-densho-153-10)
img Three sisters (ddr-densho-153-10)
Amy, Kara and Marjorie Matsushita in front of their home.
Mother and daughters in garden (ddr-densho-153-6)
img Mother and daughters in garden (ddr-densho-153-6)
Kyoko Amitani Matsushita and daughters Marjorie and Kara.
Family farm (ddr-densho-153-12)
img Family farm (ddr-densho-153-12)
Matsushita family with their farmhands. Front (L to R): Yasutaro, Kara, unknown. Back: Kyoko Matsushita, unknown, Amy, Marjorie, unknown.
Nisei baseball players (ddr-densho-259-539)
img Nisei baseball players (ddr-densho-259-539)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Ches [Tsuyoshi Yasui] in baseball shin guards, with other presumed baseball players. This may well have been part of the Nisei Athletic Club baseball team."
Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-24)
img Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-24)
Reverend Tesho Matsumoto presiding over Tora Migita's funeral. Reverend Matsumoto, leader of the Wapato Buddhist Church, spoke in defense of his community's loyalty to the United States and removed the swastika image that had formerly adorned the church facade. Prior to its appropriation by Adolph Hitler (1889-1945), the swastika was used by a wide variety of …
Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-22)
img Funeral inside the Yakima Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-22)
Reverend Tesho Matsumoto presiding over the funeral. Reverend Matsumoto, leader of the Wapato Buddhist Church, spoke in defense of his community's loyalty to the United States and removed the swastika image that had formerly adorned the church facade. Prior to its appropriation by Adolph Hitler (1889-1945), the swastika was used by a wide variety of groups …
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