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Mother and children (ddr-densho-2-24)
img Mother and children (ddr-densho-2-24)
Peggie Yorita stands with her two children, Patsy and Jimmie, on her parents' farm.
Portrait of brother and sister as young children (ddr-densho-383-223)
img Portrait of brother and sister as young children (ddr-densho-383-223)
The Fukuharas were neighbors of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s. The Fukuhara family included Shigesaburo and Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938) and their children Ruth Aiko Fukuhara (1921-1986), Francis Masateru Fukuhara (1925-2016), and Henry Kiyotaka Fukuhara (1928-1977). Written on album page below photograph: "Aiko and Masateru Fukuhara". Embossed on lower left corner of photograph: …
Studio portrait of three children (ddr-densho-383-253)
img Studio portrait of three children (ddr-densho-383-253)
Tanaka children; two boys and one girl. Written on album page below photograph: "Tanaka". Embossed on bottom left corner of photograph: "Jackson Studio, Seattle".
Portrait of baby Isamu Matsunaga (ddr-densho-383-86)
img Portrait of baby Isamu Matsunaga (ddr-densho-383-86)
Written on photograph: "'Watch me grow' Isamu Matsunaga 33 days old Oct. 17, 1930". Embossed on photograph: "Jackson Studio, Seattle".
Studio portrait of two women (ddr-densho-383-251)
img Studio portrait of two women (ddr-densho-383-251)
Left to right: Yasuko Fukuhara and Mrs. Sunahara. Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938), a neighbor of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s. Written on album page below phtotograph: "Mrs. Sunahara and Mrs. Fukahara [sic]". Embossed on bottom left corner of photograph: "Jackson Studio, Seattle".
Portrait of Ruth Aiko Fukuhara as young girl (ddr-densho-383-37)
img Portrait of Ruth Aiko Fukuhara as young girl (ddr-densho-383-37)
The Fukuharas were neighbors of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s. The Fukuhara family included Shigesaburo and Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938) and their children Ruth Aiko Fukuhara (1921-1986), Francis Masateru Fukuhara (1925-2016), and Henry Kiyotaka Fukuhara (1928-1977). Printed on photograph: "Jackson Studio, Seattle". Written on album page below photograph: "Ruth Aiko Fukuhara".
Group of men in suits and military uniforms (ddr-densho-395-104)
img Group of men in suits and military uniforms (ddr-densho-395-104)
A group of men in suits and military uniforms pose below a sign with Japanese text. Seiso Bitow fourth from left, second row.
Group of young men (ddr-densho-395-31)
img Group of young men (ddr-densho-395-31)
A large group of young men pose for a photograph outside of a building. An attached note indicates that Leonard Masahiko Bitow is in the photograph.
Group photograph (ddr-densho-395-32)
img Group photograph (ddr-densho-395-32)
A group of men, women, and children pose on a grassy lawn. Some of the men are wearing matching hats. Seiso Bitow in on the front row, eighth from the right.
Group photograph at a dinner (ddr-densho-395-33)
img Group photograph at a dinner (ddr-densho-395-33)
Men and women, with ribbons pinned to their lapels, stand behind banquet tables. Seiso Bitow is on the back row, second from the right.
Group of men outside the Japanese Cultural Community Center (ddr-densho-395-105)
img Group of men outside the Japanese Cultural Community Center (ddr-densho-395-105)
A group of men in suits pose for a photograph outside the Japanese Cultural Community Center of Washington. Seiso Bitow is standing on the second row, first from the right.
Group photograph in front of a wooded area (ddr-densho-395-20)
img Group photograph in front of a wooded area (ddr-densho-395-20)
A large group of suited men pose for a group photograph in front of a wooded area. Seiso Bitow is on the second row, fifth from the right.
Group photograph in front of an arch (ddr-densho-395-56)
img Group photograph in front of an arch (ddr-densho-395-56)
A group photograph, possibly at the Nippon Kan Theatre. Seiso Bitow is seated on the front row, third from the right.
Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-79)
img Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church group photograph (ddr-densho-395-79)
A group photograph outside of the Seattle Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church (renamed Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church in 1956). Accompanying materials state, "Caucasian man may be Reverend E. L. Blaine who bought the church in First Methodist Church's name because Japanese Americans could not buy property."
Ai and Chiye Kusakabe (ddr-densho-395-15)
img Ai and Chiye Kusakabe (ddr-densho-395-15)
Ai and Chiye Kusakabe pose in dresses with matching hats. Written on front: Mr. and Mrs. Bitow; Ai Kusakabe - 13; Chiye Kusakabe - 9; Feb. 1941.
Japanese Chamber of Commerce parade float (ddr-densho-395-111)
img Japanese Chamber of Commerce parade float (ddr-densho-395-111)
Young women, in traditional and Western dress, stand on a Japanese Chamber of Commerce parade float.
Nisei baseball teams at N.W. Class A Baseball Tournament (ddr-densho-259-366)
img Nisei baseball teams at N.W. Class A Baseball Tournament (ddr-densho-259-366)
Caption by Homer Yasui: "Group portraint [sic] of Nisei baseball teams taken at the NW Class A Baseball Tournament in 1932 Among the teams represented in this picture were: Fife, WA; the Portland Fujii; White River, WA; the Hood River Nisei Athletic Club (N.A.C.); the Yakima Yamato; Bellevue; and the Seattle Waseda."
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."
A couple (ddr-densho-278-266)
img A couple (ddr-densho-278-266)
Caption on front: "Toyo Studio. Seattle, Wn."
A man (ddr-densho-278-190)
img A man (ddr-densho-278-190)
Caption on front: "Jackson Studio. Seattle."
Portrait of a woman (ddr-densho-316-35)
img Portrait of a woman (ddr-densho-316-35)
Caption on front: "Sincerely yours / Helen Murakami."
Baseball team (ddr-densho-321-480)
img Baseball team (ddr-densho-321-480)
Caption on reverse: "1924, August 24 at Seattle / Grandpa Takao Fujii / seated second from right / Mr. Taniguchi second from left. / About 1924."
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