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Group in front of Seattle Buddhist Temple (ddr-densho-38-8)
img Group in front of Seattle Buddhist Temple (ddr-densho-38-8)
The Seattle Buddhist Temple was located at 1020 Main Street. Reverend Hoshin Fujii pictured in the front row, center, served the church from 1908 to 1922. The Seattle Buddhist Church, now known as the Seattle Buddhist Temple, is currently located at 1427 South Main Street.
A funeral at the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-1)
img A funeral at the Seattle Buddhist Church (ddr-densho-293-1)
Reverend Hoshin Fujii presiding over the funeral. Buddhism first came to Seattle in 1896, and when Rev. Fujii took over the Seattle Buddhist Temple in 1908, there were congregations looking to build temples in places as discrete as Auburn, Vancouver, B.C., Spokane, and Yakima. By 1908, the Seattle Temple housed a dormitory for boys and played …
Two cars full of men (ddr-sbbt-6-2)
img Two cars full of men (ddr-sbbt-6-2)
Two cars full of men, likely including Hoshin Fujii.
Five men stand outside the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (ddr-sbbt-6-1)
img Five men stand outside the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple (ddr-sbbt-6-1)
Five men, including Hoshin Fujii, stand outside the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple.
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