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Yasuko Fukuhara portrait (ddr-densho-383-5)
img Yasuko Fukuhara portrait (ddr-densho-383-5)
Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938) was a neighbor of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s.
Woman in kimono (ddr-densho-383-225)
img Woman in kimono (ddr-densho-383-225)
Woman pictured possibly Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938), a neighbor of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s.
Mother and young son on lawn (ddr-densho-383-224)
img Mother and young son on lawn (ddr-densho-383-224)
Yasuko Fukuhara with son Masateru Fukuhara. 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: "Mrs. Fukuhara and Masateru".
Yasuko Fukuhara pin bowling (ddr-densho-383-6)
img Yasuko Fukuhara pin bowling (ddr-densho-383-6)
Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938) was a neighbor of the Tokuda family in the 1930s. Written on album page above photographs: "Mrs. Y Fukuhara". Written on the album page below photographs: "How to throw rolling pins in four lessons".
Yasuko Fukuhara portrait (ddr-densho-383-4)
img Yasuko Fukuhara portrait (ddr-densho-383-4)
Yasuko Fukuhara (c. 1905-1938) was a neighbor of the Tokuda family in Seattle in the 1930s. Written on photograph: "Sincerely yours, Mrs. Fukuhara".
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".
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