img Yoshimoto and Yoshioka families (ddr-densho-357-124)
Left to right: Mrs. Yoshimoto, Tadaichi Yoshioka, Yukie Yoshioka, Giichi Yoshioka, George Yoshioka.
img Yoshioka Family (ddr-densho-357-673)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "Yoshioka Family, Front of House, Hayward, Calif. Left to right: Masaru, Mother, Gii, Father, George (in front), Hanako, Yuki (in front)." Left to right: Masaru Yoshioka, Yoni Yoshioka, Giichi Yoshioka, Tadaichi Yoshioka, George Yoshioka, Hanako Yoshioka, Yukie Yoshioka.
img Yoshioka family in Topaz (ddr-densho-357-731)
Private Masaru Yoshioka visits his family in the camp in Topaz, Utah. Left to right: Tadaichi Yoshioka, George Yoshioka, Masaru Yoshioka, Yoni Yoshioka, Giichi Yoshioka, June Yoshioka, Vernon Yoshioka (front).
img Yoshioka family (ddr-densho-357-736)
Left to right: Masaru Yoshioka, Tadaichi Yoshioka, June Yoshioka, Vernon Yoshioka (front), unknown (front), Yoni Yoshioka, Hiroko Terakawa (front), Hanako Terakawa (Yoshioka), Kiyoshi Terakawa (front), George Yoshioka, unknown, Tansai Terakawa.
img Yoshioka Family (ddr-densho-357-676)
Hanako Terakawa's caption: "In front of garage, Ford Roadster or touring car." Left to right: George Yoshioka, Hanako Yoshioka, Yukie Yoshioka, Giichi Yoshioka (in driver's seat), Masaru Yoshioka, Yoni Yoshioka, Tadaichi Yoshioka.
doc Letter from George Yoshioka to Rev. [Wendell L.] Miller, [September 11, 1942] (ddr-csujad-20-6)
Personal letter written from Santa Anita Assembly Center. Yoshioka discusses the start of "movement to Relocation Centers," naming Parker Dam; Wyoming; Granada, Colorado; Arkansas; and Gila, Arizona, along with locations from which people are being removed, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Long Beach, and other Southern California locations. He also mentions that his family has …
doc Letter from Geo. Yoshioka to Rev. [Wendell] Miller, September 22, 1942 (ddr-csujad-20-10)
Personal letter written en route to Granada, Colorado from the Temporary Assembly Center at Santa Anita, describing the train ride thus far, one day into their journey. Included are a description of the food, the terrain in Utah, where they have currently made a stop, and the train itself, a Pullman with two cars out of …
img Members of SYNKOA in front of the Japanese Students Club clubhouse (ddr-densho-45-2)
After World War II, the Japanese Students Club became known as SYNKOA to honor members who had died during the war. The first letters of the following members' last names make up the acronym: George T. Sawada, Frank M. Shigemura, George Yamaguchi, Hideo H. Yasui, Shigeo Yoshioka, William K. Nakamura, Ben Ninomiya, Jiro Kanetomi, Yoshio Kato, …