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Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-4)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-4)
Lili wrote to her husband, Tatsuo, while he was being held in the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor.
Antelope Valley Joint Union High School Yucca Yearbook 1931 (ddr-densho-394-27)
doc Antelope Valley Joint Union High School Yucca Yearbook 1931 (ddr-densho-394-27)
Lili Sugimoto's high school year book. The yearbook has many inscriptions in both the front and back of the book. Many teachers and students have signed near their photographs as well.
Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-5)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-5)
Lili wrote to her husband, Tatsuo, while he was incarcerated in the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor.
Letter from Tatsuo Inouye to his family (ddr-densho-394-14)
doc Letter from Tatsuo Inouye to his family (ddr-densho-394-14)
Tatsuo Inouye writes to his wife, Lili, and his two daughters, Sayuri and Masako, from inside the Tule Lake Stockade.
Couple on Honeymoon (ddr-densho-394-36)
img Couple on Honeymoon (ddr-densho-394-36)
Lili Sugimoto Inouye and Tatsuo Inouye on their honeymoon. Inscribed on back: "Honeymoon in Kumamoto, Japan, Family home 66 Senba Machi 193" and an additional note in Japanese.
Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-39)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-39)
Photograph of Lili Sugimoto Inouye and Tatsuo Inouye sitting in a living room. Tatsuo holds a child.
Letter from Tatsuo Inouye to Lili Inouye (ddr-densho-394-18)
doc Letter from Tatsuo Inouye to Lili Inouye (ddr-densho-394-18)
Tatsuo Inouye werites to his wife, Lili, from the Tule Lake Stockade where he was incarcerated for being a "No-No" Boy.
Timeline of Inouye Family (ddr-densho-394-50)
doc Timeline of Inouye Family (ddr-densho-394-50)
A timeline of the Inouye family from the birth of Tsuekichi Inouye on January 11, 1871 through the Inouye's immigration to the United States until Tatsuo Inouye's death on September 19, 1999.
Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-7)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-7)
Lili wrote to her husband, Tatsuo, while he was incarcerated at the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor.
Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-8)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-8)
Lili wrote to her husband, Tatsuo, while he was incarcerated at the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor
Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-43)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-43)
Inouye family of four posed together outside. Written on the back of the photograph "4-24-1940".
Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-6)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-6)
Lili writes to her husband, Tatsuo, while he is incarcerated in the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor.
Lili Yuriko Sugimoto's High School Diploma (ddr-densho-394-28)
doc Lili Yuriko Sugimoto's High School Diploma (ddr-densho-394-28)
Lili Yuriko Sugimoto's High School Diploma from Antelope Valley Joint Union High School. Lili Sugimoto graduated on May 25, 1934.
Wedding Party Portrait (ddr-densho-394-34)
img Wedding Party Portrait (ddr-densho-394-34)
Group wedding photograph of the nuptials of Lili Sugimoto Inouye and Tatsuo Inouye
Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-42)
img Family portrait (ddr-densho-394-42)
Inouye family of four posed together outside.
Lili Sugimoto Portrait (ddr-densho-394-31)
img Lili Sugimoto Portrait (ddr-densho-394-31)
Inscribed on front: "Best Wishes Lili Sugimoto 3/31/1934".
Family poses on lawn (ddr-densho-394-40)
img Family poses on lawn (ddr-densho-394-40)
Photograph of the Inouye family of five and their dog on the lawn.
Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-9)
doc Letter from Lili Inouye to Tatsuo Inouye (ddr-densho-394-9)
Lili wrote to her husband, Tatsuo, while he was incarcerated at the Tule Lake Stockade for being a "No-No" boy and a Judo instructor
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