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Business Card for Dr. Warashina (ddr-one-5-82)
doc Business Card for Dr. Warashina (ddr-one-5-82)
Business card for Dr. H. Warashina in Spokane, Washington. Handwritten on the back “To Mr. Kasai.”
Group shot of William Koyama's basketball team (ddr-one-5-86)
img Group shot of William Koyama's basketball team (ddr-one-5-86)
Black and white photographic print of a basketball team in uniforms that read “Holderness” inside a gym. In two rows, first seated on folding chairs, second standing. William Koyama is seated in the front row, second from the right (number 12). On the back is a list of names some illegible due to smeared ink: Hugh …
Information sheet about the Tanforan Racetrack/Detention Center (ddr-janm-4-22)
doc Information sheet about the Tanforan Racetrack/Detention Center (ddr-janm-4-22)
Information sheet about the history of the Tanforan Racetrack/Detention Center.
Steamship at Colman Dock (ddr-densho-35-194)
img Steamship at Colman Dock (ddr-densho-35-194)
This steamer, the H.B. Kennedy, was part of Puget Sound's historic "Mosquito Fleet." The H.B. Kennedy served the Seattle-Tacoma route until rail and road transportation became available in the 1930s.
Aiko photo studio (ddr-densho-35-296)
img Aiko photo studio (ddr-densho-35-296)
Aiko photo studio was located on Sixth and Jackson in Seattle's Nihonmachi or Japantown.
Issei women at the Astor Hotel (ddr-densho-35-298)
img Issei women at the Astor Hotel (ddr-densho-35-298)
These women and children are standing outside of the historic Astor Hotel, which housed the Nippon Kan Theatre.
Steamship arriving at Colman Dock (ddr-densho-35-196)
img Steamship arriving at Colman Dock (ddr-densho-35-196)
This steamer, the H.B. Kennedy, was part of Puget Sound's historic "Mosquito Fleet." The H.B. Kennedy served the Seattle-Tacoma route until rail and road transportation became available in the 1930s.
Aiko photo studio (ddr-densho-35-295)
img Aiko photo studio (ddr-densho-35-295)
Aiko photo studio was located on the second floor of this building on Sixth and Jackson in Seattle.
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