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Japanese American family on a farm (ddr-densho-259-171)
img Japanese American family on a farm (ddr-densho-259-171)
Kay Yasui, Tsuyoshi (Ches) Yasui, Renichi Fujimoto, Masuo Yasui, and Michi Yasui sitting outside.
Issei men at train depot (ddr-densho-259-157)
img Issei men at train depot (ddr-densho-259-157)
Caption by Yuka Yasui: "Hood River Depot, Chan [Renichi Fujimoto], Dad [Masuo Yasui]."
Issei man (ddr-densho-259-324)
img Issei man (ddr-densho-259-324)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Portrait of Masuo Yasui as a middle aged man."
Issei men and woman on the sidewalk (ddr-densho-259-144)
img Issei men and woman on the sidewalk (ddr-densho-259-144)
Caption by Yuka Yasui: "Mitsie Yamaki, Mr. Yamaki [Yeitaro Yamaki?], Shig, Dad [Masuo Yasui]."
Formal portrait of eight Japanese men in Nanukaichi (ddr-densho-259-54)
img Formal portrait of eight Japanese men in Nanukaichi (ddr-densho-259-54)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo] and [Shinataro] Yasui posing with 6 young Japanese men."
Five Japanese American men (ddr-densho-259-481)
img Five Japanese American men (ddr-densho-259-481)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] in a group portrait with 4 other Nihonjin men."
Five Issei men (ddr-densho-259-37)
img Five Issei men (ddr-densho-259-37)
Five Issei men, including Masuo Yasui, standing in a field.
Issei men at train depot (ddr-densho-259-145)
img Issei men at train depot (ddr-densho-259-145)
Left to right: unknown man, Masuo Yasui, and Yeitaro Yamaki.
Japanese American family on a hillside (ddr-densho-259-203)
img Japanese American family on a hillside (ddr-densho-259-203)
The Yasui family and friends in Mosier, Oregon. Counterclockwise from top: Reverend Isaac Inouye, Masaki Asai, Renichi Fujimoto, Shu Yasui, Roku Yasui, and Masuo Yasui.
Three Issei men in a field (ddr-densho-259-538)
img Three Issei men in a field (ddr-densho-259-538)
Masuo Yasui with two unidentified Issei men, standing in a field.
Father and four children (ddr-densho-259-51)
img Father and four children (ddr-densho-259-51)
Kay, Min, Masuo, either Yuki or Michi, and Ches (Tsuyoshi) Yasui.
Man and woman talking on street (ddr-densho-259-513)
img Man and woman talking on street (ddr-densho-259-513)
Doris Hansen talking to an unidentified Issei man, possibly Masuo Yasui.
Japanese Americans at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-279)
img Japanese Americans at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-279)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "The reason why we were all [at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon] that summer was because along about 1929 [Masuo Yasui] developed an almost lethal case of lobar pneumonia [His wife, Shidzuyo] insisted that he quit work entirely and work on the business of getting well. To that end our whole family …
Family gathering in Japanese cemetery (ddr-densho-259-281)
img Family gathering in Japanese cemetery (ddr-densho-259-281)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "A gathering of the Yasui family clan at the family cemetery in Nanukaichi in the summer of 1926, when the American Yasuis visited their Japanese relatives."
Issei men and Nisei girl on farmland (ddr-densho-259-248)
img Issei men and Nisei girl on farmland (ddr-densho-259-248)
Masuo Yasui with two unidentified Issei men and one unidentified Nisei girl on farmland.
Portrait of two young men in Japan (ddr-densho-259-61)
img Portrait of two young men in Japan (ddr-densho-259-61)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "This Japanese picture of [Masuo Yasui] and a friend shows both of them in Western gear. My guess is that both of these young boys were getting ready to emigrate to the U.S., but I don't know who his buddy was."
Fourth of July parade (ddr-densho-259-448)
img Fourth of July parade (ddr-densho-259-448)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "An early Hood River parade, showing the [Hood River] Japanese marching up Oak Street in medieval costumes, probably during the Fourth of July. According to Ruth Guppy, this parade was held on July 4, 1914, following a production of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado at Coe's Spring...[Masuo Yasui] can be seen in …
Issei men and a woman standing by a guard rail (ddr-densho-259-214)
img Issei men and a woman standing by a guard rail (ddr-densho-259-214)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] with 2 other Issei men and a woman [shows] the front part of what I think was our old Studebaker."
Issei men in hansom cab (ddr-densho-259-278)
img Issei men in hansom cab (ddr-densho-259-278)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui], the Reverend S. Yoshioka, and A. Ikeda (the driver) in a horse-drawn hansom cab. Behind the cab, the first Yasui brothers store with the sign, is seen. The street which surely must have been State Street, was a dirt road."
Issei men alongside a touring car (ddr-densho-259-192)
img Issei men alongside a touring car (ddr-densho-259-192)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] and another man standing alongside a touring car. The interesting thing about this picture is that the sign on the wall of the building says, 'E.C. Smith Motor Co.' I doubt that this was a business run by Ernest C. Smith, [Masuo]'s old friend. but who knows? E.C. Smith's business …
Japanese Americans at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-59)
img Japanese Americans at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon (ddr-densho-259-59)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "The reason why we were all [at a cabin in Mosier, Oregon] that summer was because along about 1929 [Masuo Yasui] developed an almost lethal case of lobar pneumonia [His wife, Shidzuyo] insisted that he quit work entirely and work on the business of getting well. To that end our whole family …
Portrait of a young man in Japan (ddr-densho-259-60)
img Portrait of a young man in Japan (ddr-densho-259-60)
Portrait of Masuo Yasui as a young man wearing Western clothing, taken in Japan, probably soon before his emigration to the United States.
Japanese visitors at a fruit packing house (ddr-densho-259-255)
img Japanese visitors at a fruit packing house (ddr-densho-259-255)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "[Masuo Yasui] and a group of 3 Japanese visitors and a young Japanese girl [Masuo] was showing the visitors what our fruit sorting conveyor belt looked like in the packing house at Willow Flat."
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