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Christmas Party (ddr-hmwf-1-463)
img Christmas Party (ddr-hmwf-1-463)
"Christmas Party 29-30 Mess Hall, Dec 25-1943, Bud Aoyama Project Photographer" as described on back
Streets of Tokyo (ddr-one-2-231)
img Streets of Tokyo (ddr-one-2-231)
Black and white photographic print of an unidentified street scene, featuring buildings across the street from the photographer.
Visiting Kasuga Shrine in Nara (ddr-one-2-460)
img Visiting Kasuga Shrine in Nara (ddr-one-2-460)
Black and white photographic print of Kasuga shrine in Nara. An unidentified man has his back to the photographer in middle ground.
Dorothy Haruko Nagai (ddr-densho-495-10)
img Dorothy Haruko Nagai (ddr-densho-495-10)
Black and white portrait of Dorothy Haruko Nagai by I. Austin. Stamped on the back is "I. Austin / Photographer / 2310 B'way, N.Y."
Josie (ddr-densho-258-92)
img Josie (ddr-densho-258-92)
A girl standing near an automobile parked near a group of buildings. The shadow of the photographer is visible. Caption above: "Josie."
A mother reading to her children (ddr-densho-299-25)
img A mother reading to her children (ddr-densho-299-25)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-48-1577. 6 March 48 / Stars & Stripes feature story on Signal Corps photographer: / A Japanese mother and her WWO children / sit around the charcoal burner in their / home located in Nakajuju, Kitaku, Tokyo, / Japan, as the mother reads to the / girls from a Japanese children's book. / …

Narrator Yukiko Miyake

Nisei female. Born July 1, 1910 in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar childhood in Seattle's Nihonmachi, raised by her maternal grandmother. Married Henry Miyake, an Issei, photographer and owner of Takano Studio. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho.
A man working on a wooden barrel (ddr-densho-299-6)
img A man working on a wooden barrel (ddr-densho-299-6)
Caption on reverse: "?-49-1942. 25 March 49. / ? Project: / Wooden tub maker - extensive / wood in household utensils. / Photographer - Crowe / Photograph by U.S. Army."
Haruko Nagaishi by Hinamatsuri display (ddr-densho-459-6)
img Haruko Nagaishi by Hinamatsuri display (ddr-densho-459-6)
Baby Haruko Nagaishi swaddled near a display of Hinamatsuri Dolls at 1610 S. Walker St., Seattle. Stamped on photo back: Harry A. Kirwin / Photographer
School photo on lawn (ddr-densho-329-596)
img School photo on lawn (ddr-densho-329-596)
43 young students and 1 teacher outside holding American flags, a Lockwood, California, and Oakland 1920 pennants flags. Printed on back: Hugo Weltz, Photographer
Dad (ddr-densho-258-108)
img Dad (ddr-densho-258-108)
A man kneeling in front of an automobile near a group of buildings. The shadow of the photographer is partially visible. Caption above: "Dad."
View from Chuckanut Point (ddr-densho-359-19)
img View from Chuckanut Point (ddr-densho-359-19)
A landscape photograph from Chuckanut Point located south of Bellingham, Washington. The photograph is signed Cylde Banks, a local photographer and camera shop owner.
Group of men posing for photo outside of building (ddr-ajah-3-176)
img Group of men posing for photo outside of building (ddr-ajah-3-176)
Inscription on front in Japanese. Translation below photo: Waseda Judo Club Welcome Memorial Tournament, June 2, 1929. Buddhist Temple of Alameda, CA. Photographer unknown
Christmas Exercise (ddr-hmwf-1-461)
img Christmas Exercise (ddr-hmwf-1-461)
"Christmas Exercise 22-25, Rec Hall, Dec 22 1943, Project Photographer- Bud Aoyama" as described on back, group of kids practicing for a Christmas Exercise
Wooden homes in Tokyo (ddr-densho-299-27)
img Wooden homes in Tokyo (ddr-densho-299-27)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-2109. 30 March 49 / NRS Project: / Two story wooden domestic dwellings / in Tokyo area. / Photographer - Crowe / Photograph by U.S. Army."
Streets of Tokyo (ddr-one-2-229)
img Streets of Tokyo (ddr-one-2-229)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) Olinda Saito, Bill, and Tami Okamura walking outside toward photographer with trees and a car in the background.
Poston Chronicle Vol. VIII No. 15 (January 1, 1943) (ddr-densho-145-208)
doc Poston Chronicle Vol. VIII No. 15 (January 1, 1943) (ddr-densho-145-208)
Selected article titles: "New Year's Festival Program Announced" (p. 1), "Editorial: 'To Live Is to Fight'" (p. 2), "WRA Staff Photographer Is Poston Visitor" (p. 2).
Children from Nihonmachi (ddr-densho-23-1)
img Children from Nihonmachi (ddr-densho-23-1)
Six neighborhood boys pose for photographer Elmer Tazuma. Front (left to right): Tsuji Yoshihara, Tadao Shibuya, and Junkichi Tazuma. Back: Nobi Tazuma, Frank Takano, and Takeshi Shibuya.
School photo in front of building (ddr-densho-329-598)
img School photo in front of building (ddr-densho-329-598)
52 students outside on building steps. Holding American flags, a Lockwood Junior High banner, and an Oakland 1924 and California pennants. Printed on back: Hugo Weltz, Photographer
Visit to Chicago (ddr-one-2-699)
img Visit to Chicago (ddr-one-2-699)
Black and white photographic print of (from left) Bob Kubo, Heidi Kubo in front, Heidi Okihara in back, and Paul Hiramura walking down street toward photographer in Chicago.
School photo in front of building (ddr-densho-329-597)
img School photo in front of building (ddr-densho-329-597)
43 students outside on building steps. Some are holding American flags, while the front row holds Oakland 1922, Lockwood, and California pennants. Printed on back: Hugo Weltz, Photographer
Four people (ddr-densho-471-102)
img Four people (ddr-densho-471-102)
Three women stand in front of a building, and a man crouches in front of them. One can see the shadow of the photographer in the bottom left.
Imperial Valley Postcard (ddr-densho-357-198)
img Imperial Valley Postcard (ddr-densho-357-198)
This postcard, a road through rocky mountainous terrain, was published by Leo Hetzel, a prominent local photographer. Caption: "Mountain Springs Grade, Imperial County, Imp 9, Publ. by Hetzel."
Newman's Drug Store (ddr-densho-159-9)
img Newman's Drug Store (ddr-densho-159-9)
George Ochikubo, a native of Portland, Oregon, was a talented photographer who took numerous photographs of the Granada (Amache) concentration camp, Colorado. He used a 4x5 speed graphic camera.
Fields in the Arakawa River flood plain (ddr-densho-299-60)
img Fields in the Arakawa River flood plain (ddr-densho-299-60)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-1949. 25 March 49 / NRS Project: / Use of flood plain of the Arakawa River / for winter crops -- Tokyo. / Photographer - Crowe / Photograph by U.S. Army."
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