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2000.015.110 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the funeral of William Shinji Mizukami of Fife, WA possibly at the Minidoka internment camp. A Buddhist priest stands second from left. The coffin is draped with a US flag.
2000.015.111 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a monument to the 442nd Regimental Combat team in Biffontaine France. There is a plaque attached to a boulder which is atop a pedistal. The monument was established by Jean Bianchetti in gratitude for the 442nd's liberation of Biffontaine.
2000.015.112 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of prisoners in striped uniforms. It is of a subcamp of Dachau. Members of the 522 FA a portion of the 442nd helped liberate this camp.
2000.015.113 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American soldiers marching to class. Snow on the ground and men are in overcoats. This is at the Military Intelligence Service Language School, Fort Snelling Minnesota.
2000.015.114 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japanese American midwives and some children. The back row is dressed in white and the second row in black. This is the Association of Japanese Midwives.
1990.096.061.016 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of young girl standing, looking in a mirror, which sits on a table. Behind the mirror is a screen painted to look like shelves. The bottom reads "KEE SAN," followed by Chinese characters.
2000.015.115 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of boys outside the Collins Fieldhouse. Collins Fieldhouse between Main and Washington and 14th and 16th Ave S. in the Central District was a gathering place for neighborhood boys in the area. See also 1991.100.460
2000.015.116 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of basketball players posing with 4 trophies inside the Collins Fieldhouse in Seattle. There are 4 rows of players of differenta gesa nd teams.
2000.015.117 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two Japanese American veterans raising the flag at a day of remembrance ceremony at Puyallup Fairgrounds on November 25, 1978
2000.015.118 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a ceremony at the Minidoka Internment Camp for men who died in Europe in WWII. There are six gold star mothers holding flags, an army officer, and a Japanese American man.
2000.015.119 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American soldiers patroling the streets of Livorno Italy. Six men in a jeep with the letters ICU on the grill.
2000.015.120 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of two Japanese men standing in the front of the Japanese American Commission Co. in Seattle at 849 Western Ave. A large sign at the top and on the window show the name. There is a small American flag flying in the doorway. Boxes in the front on the board walk. Jiro Iwamura was asked to start the commission house to give a fair price to Japanese American farmers.
2000.015.121 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of a Seattle Redress committee of 5 men forming a redress plan for public consideration. There is a poster on the table that says: "Basic Redress Requirements: Redress based on equality before the law; Compensation to all individuals affected by the evacutation and incarceration orders; Prompt payment of redress amounts essential - the Issei who were most seriously hurt financially by the evacutaion and incarceration and rapidly dying off"
2000.015.122 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Kinomoto family outside their business Jim's Cafe. There are five men and two women in the group. The sign above says: Jim's We never Close"
2000.015.123 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Rep. Norman Mineta, Mike Lowrey, and Rodger Shimizu. All were invilved in the redress movement and shimizu was on the legal team the overturned Gordon Hirabayashi's curfew conviction.
2000.015.124 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a funeral at the Minidoka Internment Camp. People are grouped together in 3 rows in front of a barrack building. There are three clergy men in wihte.
1990.096.061.017 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of man riding a donkey with attendant on foot. Along the bottom is "Traveling on Ass" and a row of Chinese characters.
2000.015.125 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Miloitary Intelligence Service graduation class at Fort Snelling MN. There are two rows of men in uniform in front of a two tables.
2000.015.126 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of General C.A. Willoughby commander of the Military Intelligence Service. Japanese American servicemen were an intergral part of the Japanese Language program as interpreters, translators and interrigators.
2000.015.127 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a marching column of WAC's at Fort Oglethorp, Georgia.
2000.015.128 Print, photographic Black and white photograph and negatives of a painting by Hisashi Hagiya of the Minidoka Internment Camp in Idaho. It incorporates elements of what was the camp and includes animals, towers, birds, cemetery, insects, flowers, and barracks.
2000.015.129 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japanese American children on the sidewalk in Seattle at 11th and Alder St. riding on their tricycles. There are four boys and one girl.
2000.015.130 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Synkoa organization a Japanese American men's group at the University of Washington. Tow rows one knelling and one standing.
2000.015.131 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Tokuda Drug Basketball team that played in the Nisei Veterans Committee league in Seattle. Five players are seated on the bench and 5 are standing. Four coaches are on either side.
2000.015.132 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of 4 Japanese American women at Playland Amusemnt Park in Seattle in 1937. They are lined up in a row.
2000.015.133 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a painitng by Hisashi Hagiya of 3 women outside the bath facility at the Puyallup Assembly center.
2000.015.134 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Japanese woman in kimono, seated holding a bunch of flowers.
1982.006.003 Photograph Group of Chinese men (farmers) standing outdoors. Written on back: "Happy Farmers 1920"
1990.096.061.018 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 5 women playing 2 kotos. They are seated cross-legged with their shoes placed neatly before them. Bottom caption is "Playing Koto by Kee-san".
2000.015.135 Print, photographic Black and white panoramic photograph of a gathering in a park. It may be the Japanese Language school picnic at Jefferson park on Beacon Hill.
2000.015.136 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Grand Union Laundry Co. a large three story brick building at 1410 S. Main St. in Seattle. Vehicles are parked around the perimeter and a large flag flies in front. See also 2000.15.66
2000.015.137 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of men in the garden area of the Japanese restaurant Maneki Cafe 212 6th Ave S.
2000.015.138 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Grand Union Laundry picnic in Seattle. Most of the people are dressed in homemade costumes.
2000.015.139 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Eagle Laundry that was started by the Okamura family. The entire family is posed in front of the store. It was located at 518 S. Lane St.
2000.015.140 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the first class of the Japanese Language School. Six rows of children and one row of adults.
2000.015.141 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American youth at the Salvation Army Fresh Air Camp at Auburn, WA.
2000.015.142 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese American Issei in front of the Astor Hotel. The Astor Hotel also housed the Nippon Kan Community cultural hall.
2000.015.142b Negative, Film Color photograph negative of watercolor by Kenjiro Nomura Composite of buildings at Camp Harmony Area A.
2000.015.143 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of primarily Japanese American children at Collins Playfield field house at 14th and Main St.
1990.096.061.019 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 5 young women, all standing except one.There is a table at each end and one in the middle, each bearing a basket of flowers. The woman in the center holds a fan. The bottom reads "KEE SANS, AT ROYAL-HOUSE".
2000.015.144 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Seattle Japanese community's entry in Seattle's Potlatch, an annual civic celebration. The float consists of a teahouse with a tori gate laden with flowers, urns in front and a lantern in the back. Horses pull the float and there are two men in costume attending the horses.
2000.015.145 Print, photographic Black and white half frame photograph of a Grand Union Laundry company picnic near Seattle. There is a table setup with a cloth backdrop, Japanese and US flags, and a photographer.
2000.015.146 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a ticket stub for "Japan Day at Playland, Sunday July 27, 1941"
2000.015.147 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the front page of the August 26, 1919 edition of the Seattle Star. The headline reads "Frame Anti-Jap Ordinance; War Veterans Present Plan" and a story on a plan to prohibit Non-citizen Japanese from operating businesses in Seattle.
2000.015.148 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese Immigrants and their children at the Yamaguchi-ken picnic. There are Japanese flags on each side.
2000.015.149 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Eagle Laundry building at 518 S. Lane St. Horses and buggies are parked on the side of the building.
2000.015.150 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Japanese immigrant farm family in front of their house.
2000.015.151 Print, photographic Black and white negative of a set of three senryu poems in Japanese at the Minidoka Internment Camp.
2000.015.152 Print, photographic Black and white negative of a Kendo school in Seattle posing in a converted gymnasium at 12th and King.
2000.015.153 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Langendorf basketball team of 1939. The 24-0 Langendorf basketball team, 1939. Front row: Francis "Bako" Kinoshita, Augustine "Augie" Aratani, Junie Kawamura, Jim Taro Takisaki; back row: "Squeeky" Kanazawa, John "Gooch" Kawaguchi, Yowge Yoshino, Sam Sakai, George Kosaka, Yutaka "Dutch" Takekawa. (Photo label "Divided Destiny: A History of Japanese Americans in Seattle," David A. Takami)
1990.096.061.020 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 4 men carrying a palanquin through a street, with children and adults looking on. A brick building with a sloping tiled roof is in the background. Caption is "The Wedding Palanquin".
2000.015.154 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Kazuko Tajitsu playing a violin for her instructor.
2000.015.155 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japanese parents outside the Maryknoll Church. The Maryknoll Church was at 16th and Jefferson and was torn down in the 1960s.
2000.015.156 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Japanese Baptist church boy scout troop. There are three rows of boys in their uniforms with the minister of the church Rev. Emery Andrews in the middle of the third row.
2000.015.157 Print, photographic Black and white negative of a gathering of the Hiroshima Kenjinkai at a function that may be a dinner. A stage with Japanese and Ameican flags is in the background.
2000.015.158 Print, photographic Black and white negative of the Taiyo baseball team with the visiting Tokyo Giants team from Japan.
2000.015.159 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a performance by the Lotus Youth Club of the Seattle Buddhist Church at the Nippon Kan theatre. Performers are in Japanese costume and there is a Japanese village street scene in the background.
2000.015.160 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a welcome party held for Mr. Kita at Maneki Gardens.
2000.015.161 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Kibei Nikkei organization at the Nippon Kan theatre. They had a performance there called "Wakasame Genta" There is a signboard in Japanese on the right. Some of the men have Kibei written on their sweater.
2000.015.162 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of three protesters of the new Kingdome stadium.
2000.015.163 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Kingdome protesters in front of the Victory Recreation Club. One protester holds a sign which reads "You get Home Run, We get Housing"
1990.096.061.021 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 2 women dancing in front of a large tiled roof pavillion; musicians sit behind them. The bottom reads "DANCING OF KEESANS".
2000.015.164 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Kingdome protesters marching in downtown Seattle.
2000.015.165 Print, photographic Color photograph of Kingdome protest the Kingdome and demands city mitigation in housing and services.
2000.015.166 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Asian American Kingdome protesters. One carries a sign reading: "Housing Now!"
2000.015.167 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Asian American demonstraters assembling in Pioneer Square to protest the Kingdome near the Chinatown/International District. One sign reads: "Don't Let the Stadium Steal Homes" another: "preserve the International District" "Is Chinatown Doomed?"
2000.015.168 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a meeting of Asian American activists and city officials. A sign in the back reads: "Don't Let the Dome Doom Chinatown"
2000.015.169 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a Kingdome protest. One sign reads "housing for Chinatown Elderly" another, "Housing Now"
2000.015.170 Print, photographic Color photograph of Asian American kingdome protesters near the Kingdome.
2000.015.171 Print, photographic Color photograph of dancers dressed in kimono at Bon Odori Festival in front of the Seattle Buddhist Church.
2000.015.172 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Asian American demonstraters confronting the ground breaking ceremony of the Kingdome.
2000.015.173 Print, photographic Color photograph of Kingdome protest going over a bridge. Signs read: "Lied" "Save the ID" "Woe to Our Asian Elderly"
1990.096.061.022 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 2 children sitting in the kitchen of a home, eating at a small table. In the background are shelves and chests with crocks and bottles; in the foreground is a row of shoes. Caption is "The Kitchen".
2000.015.174 Print, photographic Color photograph of Bon Odori dancers at the Seattle Buddhist Church.
2000.015.175 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Mihara clan of multiple races and generations in front of the Wing Luke Asian Museum
2000.015.176 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of 100 year old Frank Yatsu receiving his redress check from the Attorney General in a ceremony at the Nisel Veterans Hall.
2000.015.177 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Japanese Americans attending the dedication of monuments at the Minidoka RElocation Center in Hunt Idaho.
2000.015.178 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the signing of the redress bill by President Ronald Regan at the White House in front of congressional leaders.
2000.015.179 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of Japanese Americans with Governor John Spellman in the state capital at Olympia where the governor is signing a bill for payment of $5000 to Japanese Americans who had been fired from their state jobs as a result of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
2000.015.180 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of men at a canteen at Minidoka. There is one man at the cash register and three men at the counter.
2000.015.181 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of swimming at the canal near the Minidoka Internment camp in Hunt Idaho. Watertower can be seen in the far background.
2000.015.182 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Minidoka Internment camp after a heavy rain.
2000.015.183 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of students in an art class at Minidoka Internment camp.
1990.096.061.023 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a man and woman playing go. Along the bottom is "Go-rlaing between gen leman & his conci Bine," followed by Chinese characters.
2000.015.184 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a young man carving grease wood at the Minidoka Internment camp.
2000.015.185 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a man putting a hot water kettle on top of a pot belly stove. which stands on a platform.
2000.015.186 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the baggage of Minidoka Internment camp internees sprawled near a barracks.
2000.015.187 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a flag raising ceremony at the Minidoka Internment camp. One man is raising the flag while a crowd watches.
2000.015.188 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of demonstrators at Seattle Central Community college marching along the sidewalk. A man in fornt carries a bullhorn. They are protesting the lack of Asians in the community college administration.
2000.015.189 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of demonstrators with picket signs march in front of Seattle Central Community college office. One sign reads "AASC & OSU Demand Asian Administrators" and another: "Hire Asians Now"
2000.015.190 Print, photographic Black and white photograph demonstrators with picket signs stand in front of Seattle Community College.
2000.015.191 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of demonstrators marching in front of the Seattle Community College administration offices.
2000.015.192 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of an Issei woman who has just laid flowers on the monument during a dedication at the Minidoka Internment camp site.
2000.015.193 Print, photographic Color photograph of the cover of a magazine showing a caricature of a Japanese soldier holding a bloody dagger and a shredded American flag. the cover says: "Our Enemy", by James R. Young.
1990.096.061.024 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 2 girls playing the koto and dulcimer on a veranda. Another girl stands to the right. Caption reads "PLAYING KATO BY GIRLS".
2000.015.194 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a document written in Japanese issued to an Immigrant ot the United States.
2000.015.195 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of the Inspection card issued to Mrs. F. Tanaka of Fukushima Ken, Japan.
2000.015.196 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a vaccination card that says at the top "Vaccinated" It is written in English and Japanese.
2000.015.197 Print, photographic Color photograph of a leave certificate issued to Sharon Setsuko Tanagi. It authorizes Sharon Tanagi to leave Minidoka Internment camp for Rochester Minnesota.
2000.015.198 Print, photographic Color photograph of a WW II propaganda poster.
2000.015.199 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of an editorial cartoon that appeared in the Seattle Post Intelligencer on March 5, 1942.
2000.015.200 Print, photographic Black and white photograph funeral at the Minidoka Internment Camp for Noboru Tada who drowned in the canal. Noboru Tada was 8 years old at the time.
2000.015.205 Print, Photographic Japanese American boys playing baseball, One catching and one batting. The batter may be Noboru Shimizu.
2000.015.206 Print, Photographic Japanese American baseball pitcher Susumu Shimokan
2000.015.207 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of four people at the canteen (general store) at the Minidoka Internment camp at Hunt Idaho. The Canteen was operated by the cooperative enterprises.
1990.096.061.025 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of a large group of women and men standing in front of a building with tiled roof, curved eaves. Caption is "Dancing-girls & Musicians".
2000.015.208 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Turk Fujiye harvesting oysters at what may be Willapa Bay. He is leaning over, wearing gloves , knitted cap and an apron. The basket and boots are now part of the WLAM collection.
2000.015.209 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of men having a meal in a mess hall at the Minidoka Internment Camp
2000.015.210 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of men having a meal at the Minidoka Internment Camp.
2000.015.211 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of some women doing laundry at the Minidoka internment Camp laundry room.
2000.015.212 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of five Japanese American students outside at the railing at Suzzallo Library at the University of Washington.
2000.015.213 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Mrs. Sasaki with a tray of matsutake mushrooms.
2000.015.214 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a fence and road along Minidoka Internment Camp buildings.
2000.015.215 Print, photographic Black and white photograph the Honor Roll signboard listing all of the persons from Minidoka Internment Camp serving in the US military during WW II.
2000.015.216 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Minidoka Internment camp from afar.
2000.015.217 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of sunset at the Minidoka Internment Camp.
1990.096.061.026 Print, photographic Colorized black & white photograph postcard of 15 women and 1 man. Caption reads "ASSEMBLOGE OF KEESANS".
2000.015.218 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a group of buildings at the Minidoka Internment Camp
2000.015.219 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of a woman holding a baby at a window at Minidoka Internment Camp. In the window is a banner "In the Service"
2000.015.220 Print, photographic Black and white photograph of Lillian Suzuki carrying two pails of water to her barrack. She is passing some other residence doorways.
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