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Contact list (ddr-densho-381-164)
doc Contact list (ddr-densho-381-164)
A contact list, most likely belonging to Chuzaburo Ito, with names and addresses including some concentration camps.
Letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa to Loyd H. Jenson (ddr-densho-258-204)
doc Letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa to Loyd H. Jenson (ddr-densho-258-204)
Tatsuya Ichikawa writes to Loyd H. Jensen the Officer in Charge of the Sante Fe Department of Justice Internment Camp. Ichikawa requests to be given temporary parole so he could travel to Minidoka concentration camp to help his family. His two youngest children were hospitalized. A post-it note written by Satoru Ichikawa attached to the letter …
In My Parents' Words (ddr-densho-258-208)
doc In My Parents' Words (ddr-densho-258-208)
A booklet to accompany a panel entitled In My Parents' Words: Voices from the Department of Justice Camps at the 2013 Japanese American National Museum National Conference held at the Sheraton Hotel in Seattle, Washington. Satoru Ichikawa focuses on the separation of his father, a Buddhist priest, from his family for two years during the family's …
Telegram from Shigeo Fukuhara to Tatuya Ichikawa (ddr-densho-258-205)
doc Telegram from Shigeo Fukuhara to Tatuya Ichikawa (ddr-densho-258-205)
A telegram sent to Tatsuya Ichikawa at Santa Fe Department of Justice Internment Camp from Shigeo Fukuhara at Minidoka Concentration Camp informing Tatsuya that his two youngest children have been hospitalized. Fukuhara informs Ichikawa that telegrams from the Minidoka Health Nurse and Social Service Counselor have been sent to help Ichikawa get temporary parole so he …
Telegram from Loyd Jensen to Project Director (ddr-densho-258-206)
doc Telegram from Loyd Jensen to Project Director (ddr-densho-258-206)
Loyd Jensen sends a telegram to the Project Director at Minidoka Concentration Camp inquiring into the health of the Ichikawa family after Tatsuya Ichikawa requested temporary parole.
Buddhist ministers at Sante Fe internment camp (ddr-densho-310-1)
img Buddhist ministers at Sante Fe internment camp (ddr-densho-310-1)
A group photograph of the Buddhist ministers interned at Sante Fe internment camp. Etsuko Osaki's father, Tatsuya Ichikawa, is in the second row, third from the left. Ichikawa was picked up by the FBI in April 1942. He remained separated from his family for two years before they reunited in Crystal City internment camp.
Issei minister and family (ddr-densho-310-4)
img Issei minister and family (ddr-densho-310-4)
Ichikawa family portrait. (Front row, left to right) Akira, Tatsuya, Shinya, Yasashi, Hiroko (Back row, left to right) Noriko, Satoru, Etsuko, Kazuya
Issei couple (ddr-densho-310-3)
img Issei couple (ddr-densho-310-3)
Issei couple Rev. Tatsuya Ichikawa and Mrs. Yasashi Ichikawa. Rev. Ichikawa was riban at Seattle Buddhist Church for many years.
Report on cornerstone (ddr-sbbt-4-34)
doc Report on cornerstone (ddr-sbbt-4-34)
A report from the Cawsey Construction Company with cornerstone estimates for the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple).
Resolution to build on Main Street (ddr-sbbt-4-22)
doc Resolution to build on Main Street (ddr-sbbt-4-22)
A resolution by the Board of Directors of the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple) to build a church edifice, social hall, and other buildings on its property on Main Street.
2nd National Young Buddhist convention (ddr-sbbt-3-10)
img 2nd National Young Buddhist convention (ddr-sbbt-3-10)
Group photograph of the Second National Young Buddhist convention attendees.
Letter from J. M. Hooper to T. L. Cawsey (ddr-sbbt-4-47)
doc Letter from J. M. Hooper to T. L. Cawsey (ddr-sbbt-4-47)
A letter from J. M. Hooper of J. M. Hooper Electric Company to T. L. Cawsey of Cawsey Construction Company agreeing to complete electrical wiring in the Japanese Buddhist Mission (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple).
Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-23)
doc Letter from T. Ichikawa to Pierce A. Horrocks (ddr-sbbt-4-23)
A letter from Tatsuya Ichikawa, President of the Buddhist Mission Society (Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple), to Pierce A. Horrocks, Architect, informing him that the Board of Directors has approved tentative plans for the new church edifice and social hall.
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