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2015.042.009 Certificate Certificate of Participation to the Cathay Post 186 from the American Legion Department of Washington Certificate of Participation
2015.042.010 Letter Letter From The American Legion thanking the Cathay Post for their sponsorship of the American Legion Evergreen Boys State.
2015.042.011 Program Program Cathay Post 186 25th Annual Memorial Day Services Memorial Day
2015.048.001 Pamphlet Civil Rights Resource guide Wing Luke Civil Rights Unit Washington State Office of the Attorney General September 2015 Civil Rights Guide
2015.050.001 Newspaper Published drawings by Michelle Kumata in the Seattle Times collected by Elie Smith
2015.051.001 Letter Letter To Velma Veloria from President Bill Clinton
2016.002.005 Application Application filled out by Donnie Chin. International Special Review District
2016.002.006 Book Union Station RR station in Seattle Story of Union Station in Seattle
2016.004.001 Document Printed speech of Emperor Yoshihito to the military, December 2, 1916
Bruce Lee#1.2.140 Banner Subway banner
CID ARTISTS #2.004 Sign Exhibit text from display of Meng Huang's works at Harborview in 2001
DANCE004.005 Card 4 - glossy promotional cards
DANCE005.001 DVD Nadin Chan Salasa Dance video
DANCE008.005 Pass Back stage pass "360"
HIGO.055 Ledger Ledger 1920 - 27 Daily Account Book
Higo.056 Telegram Telegram to Kay Murakami 1951
Higo.065 Stationary 20 + pages of Higo Ten Cent Store Stationary. Higo Ten Cent Store
Higo.066 Newspaper 13 - issues of the North American Post from 1958 1 - Pacific Citizen 1958 2 - editions of East is East from 1980; 1985.
HIGO.083 Card, Business Higo Ten Cent Store card Higo Ten Cent Store
Higo.091 Diary Diary Chiyo Murakami's diary from 1936. Diary
Higo.092 Diary 16 Diaries From 1933 - 1948 Daires of Ayako Betty Murakami In Business short hand Diary
Higo.093 Book Book JACL brief used in the Fred Korematsu Supreme Court case and cited by dissenting justice Frank Murphy. Reprinted for wider disemination. The Case for the Nisei
Higo.094 Yearbook Yearbooks Franklin High School Yearbook Tolo 1928, 1929, 1930, 1935, 1936 Tolo
Higo.095 Newsletter Bound Volume of the Clarion Published by the Japanese Presbyterian Church Young People's Christian Endeavor Newsletter - Clarion Betty Murakami was the editor. Clarion
Higo.096 Book Record Book For the Japanese Presbyterian Church 1933
Higo.097 Ledger 6 - Ledgers Business ledgers for the Higo Co. From 1930s - 1990s Income and expenses. Ledger
Higo.098 Document Documents Travel documents for Matsuyo Murakami For travel out of the United States in 1956
Higo.099 Letter Letter Reply to Sanzo Murakami as to his request for permission to return to prohibited areas of the western defense Command on the west coast and that 5 sets of application forms are being sent
Higo.100 Letter Letter To All Minsterial Associations From the Remember Pearl Harbor League PO Box 576 Auburn WA Letter repremands area ministers for welcoming the returning japanese. REbuttle letter by U G Murphy.
Higo.101 Ledger 4 - notebooks Business expense of the Higo store Earliest one if for 1915, then 1934, 1938, 1951
Higo.102 Document Documents Related to the development and construction of the commercial building on Jackson St. in 1932 by the Pacific Corporate Investment Co. holding company for the Higo 10c Store. See container list Pacific Corporate Investment Co.
Higo.103 Document
Higo.104 Certificate, Marriage Marriage Certificate for Sanzo Murakami and Matsuyo Matsumura King Co. Washington state Married at the Japanese Buddhist Church 1020 Main St.
Higo.105 Certificate, Birth Birth Certificates Chiyoko, Aya and Masa birth certificates Aya, Kay death certificates See container list
Higo.106 Certificate, Stock Stock Certificates Nippon Hospital Association Dear Harbor Fisheries
Higo.107 Letter Letters From lawyer Thomas Masuda of Chicago regarding the status of the Pacific Corporte Investment Co
Higo.108 Document Funeral expenses of Sanzo Murakami Notice book of funeral for Matsuyo Murakami
Higo.109 Article Articles Rafu Shimpo 12/13/1996 on the Higo store John Reddin Faces of the City On the vote to repeal the Alien land laws forbidding aliens from owning property.
Higo.110 Booklet Notebook In Japanese Japanese Language Learning composition book
Higo.111 Paper Paper A letter from Ayako in Japan to the family in Seattle. enclosed is a sample of cusom Higo wrapping paper.
Higo.112 Affidavit Affidavit Kazuichi Murakami for supporting the visit of Teruo Takahashi for 2 years.
Higo.113 Print, photographic Christmas card from former student Miriam Koyama 1976
Higo.114 Print, Photographic Photo of Matsuyo Murakami in 1956 visit to the England
Higo.115 Diary Notebook Diary of Ayako Murakami for 1931
Higo.116 Document Autograph book Masa'a autograph book from Minidoka,
Higo.117 Notebook Notebook of Masa Murakami, Minidoka
Higo.118 Notebook Notes regarding Loyalty Discussion
Higo.119 Telegram Telegrams with condolences for the death of Sanzo Murakami
Higo.120 Telegram Telegrams with condolences for the death of Sanzo Murakami
Higo.121 Article Articles on the Higo Store
Higo.122 Certificate Certificate of formation of Murakami Family LLC
Higo.123 Document Copies of the Last Wills and Testament of Ayako and Masa Murakami
Higo.124 Document Document Annual income statements for the Pacific Corporate Investment Co. from 1938 - 1956
Higo.125 Document Lease To the Nakat Packing Corp for the lease of rooms 116 - 117 to store furniture in 1940
Higo.126 Report Specifications for the alterations to Higo Store Building Pacific Corporate Investment Co. Specifications
Higo.127 Blueprint copy of the bluprint for alterations of the floor plan to the Higo Variety Store in 1957
Higo.128 Card Birthday and Valentine cards
Higo.129 Sampler Paper Cross Stitch Child's Sampler from Needlework Dept. to B. Murakami Minidoka, Hunts Branch Twin Falls
Higo.130 Pattern Needle point pattern from The American Weekly To B. Murakami , Minidoka WRA Hunt Branch, Twin Falls
Higo.131 Notebook 2 - notebooks Elementary teaching notebooks of Betty Murakami
Higo.132 Booklet Booklet In Japanese On the Mary C. Colby School Shoshin Jogakko in Japan
Higo.133 Print Print Color print of the cherry trees and Washington monument on the tidal basin in Washington DC. wrapped in a copy of Juniors' Pleasure
Higo.134 Notebook Notebook List of items mailed from the Higo Store
Higo.135 Invoice Invoice From Mongomery Ward to Betty Murakami For lipstick, tooth powder, galoshes, boots, sent to the Minidoka WRA camp.
Higo.136 Notebook Notebook and business cards from Betty's stay in Japan
Higo.137 Newsletter Newsletter Clarion November 1938 Clarion
Higo.138 Letter Letters From former students now residing outside of camp. 3 - from Betty Kato whose family moved to Chicago and 1 - from Jim Tsugawa now in Boise.
Higo.139 Document Printed and written notes on elementary school instruction. Betty Murakami's from Hunt Idaho
Higo.140 Document Printed educational materials for Stafford school teachers
Higo.141 Song Sheet Christmas song sheets
Higo.142 Report Reports Second Quarterly Report - War Relocation Authority July 1 - September 30, 1942 War Relocation Authority Causes of Unrest at Relocation Centers War Relocation Autority - Japanese Holidays Japanese Groups and Associations in the United States Minidoka Project Schools Bulletin No. 6 Minidoka Project Schools Bulletin No. 7
Higo.143 Report Report Minidoka Project Schools Information on the students and teachers of the Stafford and Huntville schools in Minidoka
Higo.144 Program Program 2 - on the 11th annual Northwest YPCC
Higo.145 Document Documents WRA reports and Minidoka Project Schools reports
Higo.146 Newsletter Stafford Press Newsletters.
Higo.147 Report Reports Educational materials for the Stafford school teachers.
Higo.148 Booklet Booklet Minidoka Consumer's Co-operative by Laws. Minidoka Consumer's Co-operative
Higo.149 Booklet Booklet Segregation of Persons of Japanese Ancestry in Relocation Centers explains the segregation of persons not deemed to be loyal to the United States to the Tule Lake Relocation Center. Segregation of Persons of Japanese Ancestry in Relocation Centers
Higo.150 Report Report War Relocation Authority Community Analysis Report No. 6 Nisei Assimilation War Relocation Authority Community Analysis Report No. 6 Nisei Assimilation
Higo.151 Map Map Minidoka Relocation Center
Higo.152 Report Minutes of the Huntsville PTA Initial Meeting Betty Murakami secretary
Higo.153 Handbook Handbook Minidoka Project Schools Elementary Teacher's Handbook Elementary Teacher's Handbook
Higo.154 Poem Poems Poems to stimulate the imagination of students
Higo.155 Document Elementary School Quiz
Higo.156 Letter Letters from former students of the Stafford School to Betty and Masa Murakami.
Higo.157 Magazine The Living Church Editorial - Our Dept to the Japanese Americans Our Dept to the Japanese Americans
Higo.158 Letter Letters From Edith Kleinkoff of the Stafford school and 6th grade students thanking Betty and Masa Murakami for the candy and penents they sent to the remaining students in Minidoka after their return to Seattle. Many letters mention relocation events.
Higo.160 Scrapbook Scrapbook YPCC 1934 articles Young People's Christian Conference 1934 Betty Murakami was a delegate and editor of the YPCC pamphlet
Higo.161 Notebook Notebook 3 ring binder with sewing dress patterns
Higo.162 Notebook Notebook Stafford School information on teaching and class lists Valentine to Miss Murakami from shizuko
Higo.163 Magazine Magazine Suppliment to the Osaka Mainichi Japanese reporting on the increasing war with Japanese occupied Manchuria and China in 1937 The China Emergency
Higo.164 Program Program Banquet honoring Block 38 placing second in the 1944 Christmas Dining Hall Contest
Higo.165 Notice Notice Carbon copy Notice of Assignment Masako Murakami To Internal Security - Stenographer at $16.00
Higo.166 Notebook Notebook Betty Murakami's Fourth Grade Pupil Growth Report Students grades March1 - April 30, 1943
Higo.167 Bulletin Bulletin Mimeograph copy of Teacher Training Department Special Bulletin on teaching units on display for one week at Recreation hall 23. Masako Murakami's name at the top.
Higo.168 Document Family Registry Murakami Family Tatsuda Village A koseki is a Japanese family registry. Japanese law requires all Japanese households (ie) to report births, acknowledgements of paternity, adoptions, disruptions of adoptions, deaths, marriages and divorces of Japanese citizens to their local authority, which compiles such records encompassing all Japanese citizens within their jurisdiction. Marriages, adoptions and acknowledgements of paternity become legally effective only when such events are recorded in the koseki. Births and deaths became legally effective as they happen, but such events must be filed by family members.
Higo.169 Book Book Japanese Kanji Primer for teaching characters
Higo.170 Card, business Business Card Higo Business cards 10 Cents Store 671-3-5 Weller St Sanzo Murakami Proprietor
Higo.171 Certificate Certified Copy of Birth Certificate Ayako Murakami
Higo.172 Letter Letter In Japanese To Matsuyo Murakami From her brother (unreadable)kuma in Japan 11/9/1918 It is getting colder here. The cold wind is blowing from the river to the open field. Leaves have changed their color to yellow and were blown to the ground. (untraslable) I trust that you and all your family members, Ayako and Chiyo-chan are doing well. Is Ayako-chan's injury healing OK? Mother is worring her so much about it. Sister, you might have heard about it, but in Japan, the disease, so called "Influenza" is going around. I have to be careful not to get it. (untranslable) Schools are all closed. Even myself got this flu. It has been nine days but still I haven't completely healed from it yet. I had fever of 41.2 Centigrade (106.16 Fahrenheit) when worst. Luckily, in my family, I am the only one who got it, nobody else did. Surely this year is such a strange year. ___ after all the leaves are gone and when it is getting colder, end of the year is coming near. December will be around the corner, in 20 days or so. Again, we got to make some Mochi and Soba. We have to endure the difficulties to the end of the year. Everybody is looking forward to Shogatsu (New Year), but you will never know how hard it is if you were parents (to get through this hardship at this time of the year.) (untranslable) Everytime I see our parents, I cannot help by shedding tears. They got old, but they still are working very hard in dirty car (rice or flour mill ?). They pound such as two to three "hyo" of rice (265 to 397 lbs) and mill the flour, with their face frowned, worried face and at night they sleep like a log. I assume that is really tough for them. If you are parents, you have to worry about providing food on the table everyday. When they didn't have enough money, they wonder how they could manage to borrow rice from somebody to prepare tomorrow's bento-lunch. I never can forget their grateful consideration for us.
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