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Id#NameDescription
2000.015.001 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japanese people at a banquet. It is the Courier League celebration dinner
2000.015.002 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the junior Yamaguchi -Ken club
2000.015.003 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the first Japanese Community Queen contest. Pictured in front of JACL booth.
1990.096.061.005 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of four-year-old child sitting behind a small table laden with food. Across the bottom is "THE CELEDRATION OF BIRTH" and then Chinese characters.
2000.015.004 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Seattle Progressive Citizens League Entertainment. five men in costume on stage.
2000.015.005 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Seattle Progressive citizens league.
2000.015.006 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of workers on top of a Great Northern Train with mountain in the background.
2000.015.007 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of judge Ron Mamiya
2000.015.008 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of three Issei women with children and babies standing at 4th and Dearborn. Union station visible in background.
2000.015.009 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of high school group in Nisei Vets league Girl's Basketball
2000.015.010 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of boy scout troop at Minidoka Internment Camp.
2000.015.011 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Issei men and women in library.
2000.015.012 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Skyliners on stage
2000.015.013 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of veterans of the Russo-Japanese War at their 25th reunion. Included in the photo are war nurses who later served as midwives.
1990.096.061.006 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of two children and a woman, all seated around a metal pot. The woman is on the right sewing; the children sit in front of her. Caption reads "PARENT AND CHILDREN".
2000.015.014 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of workers at the Bloedel Donovan Lumber Mill
2000.015.015 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Belleami YMCA sponsored girls group
2000.015.016 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Bon Odori Festival One man and two girls with lanterns.
2000.015.017 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of grouping of the Salvation Army in front of the Oriental Trading Company
2000.015.018 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Bon Odori festival Obon parade
2000.015.019 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Nisei Girls group. Valeda, U.W. Coeds help vets.
2000.015.020 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Bellamis on a trip to Yakima standing be the bus.
2000.015.021 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Pike Place Market and a man holding green onions.
2000.015.022 Print, photographic Black and white photograph Man and woman selling vegetables at Pike Place Market
2000.015.023 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of group of people bowling. Main Bowl at 3rd and Main.
1990.096.061.007 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of two young girls seated on the floor reading. To either side of them are potted flowers. Caption reads "Childrens Reading".
2000.015.024 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Washington Middle School class
2000.015.025 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of the Lotus Skyliners as they leave Seattle for a series of concerts.
2000.015.026 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of man with a large salmon.
2000.015.027 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the interior of the Welcome Dyeworks on Jackson St.
2000.015.028 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of graduation from the Baptist Nursery School, Japanese Baptist Church
2000.015.029 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Tanagi grocery store front showing vegetables, fruit displays and scales of the 1930s. Located at 653 King st., next to Russel Meat Market. Tai Tung restaurant took over the space after WW II.
2000.015.030 Print, photographic 2 - Black and white photographs and negatives of the interior of the Union Cafe. Customers sit at the counter and the staff stands behind it.
2000.015.031 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a family on an outing.
2000.015.032 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of student crossing guards for the Japanese Language School.
2000.015.033 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of five women with a life preserver on the deck of a ship. The name on the preserver is: "Hikawa Maru NYK Tokyo"
1982.006.002 Photograph Massed group of rickshaws and drivers
1990.096.061.008 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of curved roof building covering a stone Buddhist image. There is water in the foreground. The bottom reads "THE STONE IMAGE OF BUDDHA".
2000.015.034 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of 26 Japanese women in three rows. A meeting of young matrons club.
2000.015.035 Print, photographic Black and white photograph and negative of a group of women and girl members of the Japanese Congregational Church outside or nearby their church. Twenty-seven people dressed in kimonos in front of a row of houses.
2000.015.036 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Seattle Buddhist church Sunday School Drill Team marching in the Seafair parade in Seattle in early 1950s at 4th and Pike.
2000.015.037 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Mikados of Swing a Japanese American dance band.
2000.015.038 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Skyliners dance band. They performed locally and on the west coast. They were organized by the Seattle Buddhist church.
2000.015.039 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the crew of the Coal Division at the Minidoka Internment Camp. The men are standing in front of a barrack building or atop a truck with a big banner that says "Coal Division"
2000.015.040 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Strawberry Picking The Kato, Iseri, Hamada and Miyoshi families picking berries on a farm in Thomas, Washington. Now Auburn
2000.015.041 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Japanese language school in White river Valley. Possibly a graduation. There are two rows of people and they are in front of a building. The girls are wearing corsages.
2000.015.042 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two judo competitors showing one being thrown with his feet in the air.
2000.015.043 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Dillon Myer, director of the War Relocation Authority, which ran the Japanese internment camps addressing the internees of Minidoka inside a building at the camp. He is at the microphone and is seen from the back. There are two other men whose hands can be seen also on the stage with Myer.
1990.096.061.009 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of outdoor view of trees and curved tiled roofs. Caption is "SUMMER HOUSE IN PLACE GROUND".
2000.015.044 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of US citizenship class at the Broadway Edison Technical School in 1953. In 1952 it became legal for Japanese immigrants to become naturalized US citizens.
2000.015.045 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Methodist Youth Rally in front of the church on Washington St.
2000.015.046 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Minidoka Internees tilling the soil outside the camp. They are all men and are bent over with a hoe in one hand.
2000.015.047 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of three men, two women and two babies outside of a building. Possibly this may be a Japanese Baptist Church facility.
2000.015.048 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese Chamber of Commerce's float in the city's annual Potlatch celebration. It is at 6th S. & S. Main. The float has a crane on the top and there are four women on the float in nurses uniforms. The words "Japanese Chamber of Commerce" are on the side of the float. On the right side of the float is the Panama Hotel.
2000.015.049 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a bowling association's dance at one of the local dance halls. There is a band in the background.
2000.015.050 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Garfield High School football team in its championship game with Lincoln High School in 1933.
2000.015.051 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of women of the Japanese Baptist Church in Seattle wth the Rev. Fukumatsu Okazaki, founder of the church, on the right. This building is possibly the Fujin Home the church established as a temporary residence for Japanese immigrant women.
2000.015.052 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Japanese Baptist church Sunday School at 103 Second Ave. The name Yamamoto is written on the front. The children are lined up in rows on the street. The letters "JBSS" are held by four men in the back row.
2000.015.054 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of an English language class for Japanese immigrants at Baily Gatzert school in Seattle. There is a Caucasian woman in the front row.
1990.096.061.010 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of large 2-tiered gate with curved eave roof; a stone wall extends out from either end. People walk across the area in front. Bottom reads "Tongka Gate".
2000.015.055 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of 5 Issei men in Pasco, Washington.
2000.015.056 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of an Issei shoemaker at his establishment. He is shown operating a machine. Boots and boxes on the surrounding shelves.
2000.015.057 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Issei railroad workers standing in front of a Great Northern boxcar. The boxcar has a ladder that slightly obscures the lettering.
2000.015.058 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Fukuda Barber shop and three of the women working there. The woman behind the first lady is blurred. Women barbers were common in the Japanese community before WW II.
2000.015.059 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the interior of a restaurant. There are tables with white tablecloths, wooden chairs. there is a metal beverage container. In the photo are two men and one woman.
2000.015.060 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese Americans working in a field problably near Minidoka Internment camp.
2000.015.061 Print, photographic Black and white photograph oflarge group of Japanese American men sitting in rows on stage in uniforms. they are members of the MIS Military Intellegence Service who served as interpreters and translators in the Pacific Theater in WW II. The language school was in Minnesota.
2000.015.062 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Christmas scene in a building at the Minidoka internment camp showing a snow man, a picket fence and a house with a Christmas tree. from a campetition in Minidoka Internment camp of Holiday displays.
2000.015.063 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the 1939 Garfield High School football team standing for team photo.
2000.015.064 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of J. Tanada's dairy farm in Kent, Washington. There are three men in the photo. Tanada is in the center.
1990.096.061.011 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of building with tiled roof, curved eaves. Caption reads "RAKUTENSAI A BUILDING IN SHOTOKU PALACE".
2000.015.065 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Issei workers at Barnaston, Washington sawmill near Selleck. Four rows of people in front of a wooden building.
2000.015.066 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Grand Union Laundry at 1410 S. Main St. The building has a large banner at the corner atop the building with "Grand Union Laudry Co." on it. There are horses and buggies and automobiles in front. See also 2000.15.136
2000.015.067 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the staff of the Minidoka Irrigator Newspaper at the Minidoka internment camp at Hunt, Idaho pictured outside the office. 8 women and ten men.
2000.015.068 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a swiming canal near Minidoka internment camp.
2000.015.069 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese Americans working in the sugar beet field near Minidoka Idaho.
2000.015.070 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of an Issei woman going to have a bath in the Minidoka internment camp. She is wearing a robe, geta and carries a towel and soap.
2000.015.071 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the moving of the altar from the old Seattle Buddhist Church at 1020 S. main to the new church at 1427 Main St.
2000.015.072 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American soldiers leaving the Minidoka internment camp after being on furlough. The soldiers are inside an army truck and the back of the truck can be scene. Women are wearing scarfs. Guard house is visible.
2000.015.073 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two girls at Hunt High School. They appear to be napping and a large mural of Minidoka is on the wall behind them.
2000.015.074 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of mochi pounding in a wooden mortar. Grainy photo shows children, men and women around a mortar. Two men have large mallets to pound the rice flower into paste to make New Year's mochi.
1990.096.061.012 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of buildings with tiled roofs, curved eaves. Along the balconies and doorways stand men dressed in western and traditional clothes. Caption reads "SHOKARO, A HALL OF SHOTOKU PALACE".
2000.015.075 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of children at the Minidoka internment camp visiting Santa Claus. There are two trees with Christmas decorations.
2000.015.076 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a judo class at Minidoka internment camp. Five rows of students in uniform.
2000.015.077 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Bon Odori participants in a photo in Kimono in front of the Seattle Buddhist church at 1020 Main.
2000.015.078 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two children walking down a lane amidst the tar paper barracks at the Minidoka internment camp.
2000.015.079 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Japanese man standing on a barge in Alaska. Others are standing on the dock while two men are working on the barge.
2000.015.080 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of family farm of Cano Numoto's parents in Bellevue Washington. Nine people in a strawberry field.
2000.015.081 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of 4 Japanese immigrants - 2 women, one man and a young girl in traditional clothing of 1900. One woman seated and the others are standing.
2000.015.082 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a woman's basketball team. in Bellevue. Kneeling and standing. 1930. Bellevue Seinenkai girls' basketball team, 1930. Front row: Nobuko Inatsu, Kikuya Hirotaka, Tomoko Inatsu; back row: Sueko Yamaguchi, Mitsi Shiraishi, Mary Aramaki. (Photo label "Divided Destiny: A History of Japanese Americans in Seattle," David A. Takami)
2000.015.083 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Imperials Drum and Bugle Corps composed of Japanese American boys and girls.
2000.015.084 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Imperial drum and Bugle corps at pacific Science Center
1990.096.061.013 Print, photographic Black & white photograph postcard of large stone turtle in a field, with trees and hills in the background. Along the bottom is "The Tomb of king muryol Kyong-chyv".
2000.015.085 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of adrum and bugle corps formation inside a building. It appears to be a Boy Scout troop from the Seattle Buddhist Church
2000.015.086 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the guard house at the entrance of the Minidoka Internment camp.
2000.015.087 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the interior of Main Drug, a pharmacy on Main st. between 5th and 6th.
2000.015.088 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Seattle Buddhist Church at 1020 S. Main.
2000.015.089 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the exterior of Main Drug at the corner of 5th and Main.
2000.015.090 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of women and men marching against racism. They carry a sign that reads: "Community Education for Celebrating Diversity" Pictured is Junkoh Harui. Bainbridge Island had been a target of racist literature and this was a protestagaisnt its distribution.
2000.015.091 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Seattle Betsuin Drum and Bugle Corps practice. Bugle Corps members marching in a building.
2000.015.092 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of pool tables and players in a section of the new Imperial Lanes at 2101 22nd Ave. S
2000.015.093 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Taiko drummer.
2000.015.094 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Al Sugiyama.
1990.096.061.014 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of four men carrying a palanquin; children and men behind and to their right. Caption reads "PALAUQUIN OF HIGH CLASS OFFICER IN THE FORMETLY".
2000.015.095 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of MInidoka Internees topping sugar beets at Burley, Idaho
2000.015.096 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a girl's basketball game in the Asian American community.
2000.015.097 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Spanish Castle dance hall on Pacific Hwy. and Des Moines Rd. It was a popular ballroom for Japanese American dances. Sign at the entrance says Frankie Roth's Orchestra.
2000.015.098 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Hiroshima Kenjinkai picnic on a river in the Puget Sound area.
2000.015.099 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of three people, two women and a man in front of Main Drug store 514 S Main. Daiji, Yo and Kiyo Ariizumi
2000.015.100 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Hirabayashi family of the White River valley in 1934. from left to right, top to bottom: Edward, Joe, Martin, Henry, Gordon, Toshiro, (?) (Grant) Bill, Ruth, Helen, Gloria, Kazuo, Sam, Dan, James, Shingo, Edna, Hamao Toshihara, (?) Tomonobu, Esther, Yoshiaki, Richard, Mitsui, Sanaye, Midori, May, Amy, Mabil Eiko Teddy, Takeko, Hanako.
2000.015.101 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Taiko drum group performing.
2000.015.102 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Yasuhei Takekawa from passport when he arrived in Seattle on May 14, 1920. Stamped on the front is passport stamp - "passport - Imperial Japanese Government."
2000.015.103 Print, photographic Black and white photographs of Bea Kiyohara and her daughters Joby and Yoko at a Day of Remembrance ceremony at the Puyallup fairgrounds in 1978.
2000.015.104 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japnese American women in the Women's Army Corp at Fort Snelling, Minnesota in the early 1940s. They are standing in two rows in front of a building.
1990.096.061.015 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of young girl in green, blue, and pink hanbok, kneeling with basket of flowers. "Kee-San" is along the bottom.
2000.015.105 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of civilian and army personel of the translation and scanning sections of the Allied Forces in the Pacific in Tokyo, Japan. One woman and the rest men sitting at desks.
2000.015.106 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of surrender proceedings of Japanese troops. US army members at a table include Japanese American Interpreter.
2000.015.107 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American soldiers under camoflage loading a cannon. In the fore ground is a soldier on the radio.
2000.015.108 Print, photographic Black and white photograph od Japananese American soldiers practicing grenade throwing.
2000.015.109 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of General Mark Clark pinning ribbon awards to designate the Presidential Citation awarded to members of the 100th Infantry battalion near Vadea, Italy on July 27, 1944.
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