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1991.100.099 Photograph Western style building behind large two trunked tree
2007.036.130 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait with child and dog.
2007.036.131 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait. Nakahiro (?)
2007.036.132 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Bride's portrait Nishimura (?)
2007.036.133 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding photo of Kejiro (third from left) and Ume Miyao (third from right), who lived in South Park and operated a greenhouse in Tukwila. (Also see 213) Web Exhibition: #121
2007.036.134 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Couple's wedding portrait. Name on the negative is Nishimura
2007.036.135 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Portrait of a woman in kimono. Performer Miyoshi Sugimachi. Web Exhibition: #123
2007.036.136 Negative, Film Nobu (Sugita) Arai Web Exhibition: #124
2007.036.137 Negative, Film
2007.036.138 Negative, film Nobu (Sugita) Arai Web Exhibition: 126
2007.036.139 Negative, Film Written on negative, "Hudson" Caucasian couple
1991.100.100 Photograph Two tier tile roofed building with large trees on each side
2007.036.140 Negative, Film Couple playing musical instruments Written on negative. "Hattori"
2007.036.141 Negative, Film Couple playing musical instruments Written on negative, "Hattori"
2007.036.142 Negative, Film Wedding portrait - ride and groom Written on negative, "Tohinara"
2007.036.143 Negative, Film Bridal portrain Written on negative, "Tohinara"
2007.036.144 Negative, Film Bridal portrait Written on negative, "Tohinara"
2007.036.145 Negative, Film Woman playing musical instrument Written on negative, "Ishida"
2007.036.146 Negative, Film Allen Kichio "Anky" Arai and wife Nobu (Sugita) Arai. Web Exhibition: #133
2007.036.147 Negative, Film Allen Kichio "Anky" Arai and wife Nobu (Sugita) Arai. Web Exhibition: #134
2007.036.148 Negative, Film Family portrait
2007.036.149 Negative, Film Bridal portrait
1991.100.101 Photograph Women washing and children playing at water's edge
2007.036.150 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Miyatti"
2007.036.151 Negative, Film Yoshiko Funai Akamatsu's wedding portrait, Sept. 1933. Yoshiko was born on Bainbridge Island in 1910, and was raised by her grandparents in Japan. She returned to Seattle in 1928, and worked in her parents' sushi shop while attending Garfield High School, where she swam and played tennis. Her marriage to Jiro William Akamatsu was arranged by his sister, who had known Yoshiko in Japan. The couple moved to Omaha, Nebraska, then to St. Paul, Minnesota, and returned to Seattle in 1967. Jiro passed away shortly after returning; Yoshiko lived until 2003. Web Exhibition: #138
2007.036.152 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Asakawa"
2007.036.153 Negative, Film Wedding portrait - bride and groom Written on negative, "Tsuchida"
2007.036.154 Negative, Film Porttrait of a young woman
2007.036.155 Negative, Film Bridal portrait
2007.036.156 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Tunomiya"?
2007.036.157 Negative, Film From left: Tomi (Koba) Yamauchi; Hisa (Kawaguchi) Miyasaki ; Nobu (Sugita) Arai; Hana (Arai) Okada. See 133, 134. Web Exhibition: #144
2007.036.158 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Hattori"
2007.036.159 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Kusumoto"
1991.100.102 Photograph Doll riding a dragon in a festival parade
2007.036.160 Negative, Film Portrait of a man
2007.036.161 Negative, Film Bridal portrait
2007.036.162 Negative, Film Group portrait - men Written on negative, "Yokoyama"
2007.036.163 Negative, Film Bridal portrait Ume Miyao Web Exhibition: #150
2007.036.164 Negative, Film Group portrait - women and children Front row, from left: Yoshiko Shiga, Michiko Shiga. Back row from left: unidentified, Sumiko Hirano Shiga. Yoshiko and Michiko were daughters of Sumiko and Juro Shiga, who founded the Taiheiyo Sweater Company on Jackson Street in the late 1920s. (See 162) Web Exhibition: #151
2007.036.165 Negative, Film Family portrait Kamihara family. From left: Kazuo, Tamehachi Kamihara (father) carrying George, Fuyuko (Kiyokawa), Yoshio (sitting on the arm of the chair), Betty, Chiyono Kamihara (mother)carrying Teruko. Web Exhibition: #152
2007.036.166 Negative, Film Bridal portrait
2007.036.167 Negative, Film Portrait of a young woman in Western dress Written on negative, "Okimoto"
2007.036.168 Negative, Film Bridal portrait
2007.036.169 Negative, Film Baby portrait
1985.029.033 Photograph Photograph Album: green cover with blue, red, yellow designed border, line drawing of trees in center. Contains black and white photographs taken in Baguio, Philippines. page 1 -- Seattle and S.S. President Jefferson page 2 -- scenes on the inland sea page 3 -- scenes on the inland sea as seen from the S.S. President Jefferson page 4 -- scenes from S.S. Jefferson: Hong Kong; Kowleen page 5 -- scenes on board the S.S. Jefferson page 6 -- Honolulu, Tokyo, scenes on board page 7 -- scenes on board S. S. President Coolidge, San Francisco to Manila page 8 -- mining community page 9 -- page 10 -- Balatoc to Sangilo scenes; banana tree; pet monkey page 11 -- Igarot page 12 -- near Balatoc, Igarot people, Americans page 13 -- Igarot people; skulls page 14 -- flowers; Baguio scenes page 15 -- highway to Baguio; local Igorot people page 16 -- Igarot people page 17 -- Benguet ; Baguio; fishing scenes page 18 -- Igorots; water supply page 19 -- Itogan views page 20 -- Belatoc and Intogan views page 21 -- Negritos page 22 -- Mt. Data Lodge page 23 -- Mt. Data page 24 -- Banaue page 25 -- Mt. Data and Banaue page 26 -- Paracale and Mabulao page 27 -- Paracale and Longas Pt. page 28 -- Congas Pt. views page 29 -- views of Itogan Hill page 30 -- Itogan Mining Co. and villages page 31 -- orchids and ferns; people page 32 -- views of Banaue rice terraces; Igorots at the Bontoc District page 33 -- Igarot scenes in Bontoc District page 34 -- scenes on Pacdae Rd, Baguio, 1938 page 35 -- Mt. views from outlook, Baguio page 36 -- Manila scenes and people; fireplace page 37 -- Manila Bay views page 38 -- dog pictures page 39 -- dogs; people page 40 -- children; family photo page 41 -- carnival scenes; posed photoes of the Iversons page 42 -- Philippine Smelting Co., Mambulao Cams Norte P.I. page 43 -- smelter scenes page 44 -- smelting company workers page 45 -- scenes at Suyoc Cons. Min. Co. page 46 -- Soyoc scenes page 47 -- Lepanto Mill and area page 48 -- Itogau scenes page 49 -- Itogau scenes; people; flowers page 50 -- beach scenes at Bauang, 1936 page 51 -- family pix, Bauang page 52 -- Christmas at Itofau page 53 -- China Clipper airplane, flight to Manila page 54 -- Pines Hotel, Baguio; people page 55 -- views from Santo Tomas page 56 -- typical Igorot and lowland scenes
1991.100.103 Photograph Two story gate with a 2 tiered roof
2007.036.170 Negative, Film Wedding portrait - bride and groom Keijiro and Ume Miyao. (See 150 and 121) Web exhibition: #157
2007.036.171 Negative, Film Wedding portrait - bride and groom
2007.036.172 Negative, Film Portrait of a woman in Western dress Written on negative, "Kayyaguchi" Hana Kosaka made house visits to teach piano and violin Nobu (Sugita) Arai Web Exhibition: #159
2007.036.173 Negative, Film Woman playing a musical instrument - koto? Written on negative, "Toba"
2007.036.174 Negative, Film Woman playing musical instrument - koto? Written on negative, "Toba"
2007.036.175 Negative, Film Family portrait Shiga Family. Front row from left: Mayko; Juro Shiga (father); Sakiko; Yoshiko; Andrew Ichiro. Back row, from left: Hachiro "Hatch" Kita (Juro's cousin, who worked at Taiheiyo Sweater Company); Sumiko Hirano Shiga (mother); Michiko. Juro founded the Taiheiyo Sweater Company on Jackson Street in the late 1920s. The signing of Executive Order 9066 closed the company in February 1942. The Shiga family was forced to move from Seattle, and the sweater inventory and equipment was stored Ichiban Caf? in the Panama Hotel, along with the belongings of many other Japanese Americans for the duration of World War II. After World War II, son Andrew (Andy) used this salvaged inventory to start up his first store, Shiga's One World Shop, in Seattle's University District. The store opened a few years before the celebration of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. (Also see 151, 163, 164, 216) Web Exhibition: #162
2007.036.176 Negative, Film Portrait of young woman in Japanese dress 2 negatives Michiko Shiga. (see images 151, 162, 164, 216) Web Exhibition: #163
2007.036.177 Negative, Film Portrait of young woman in Japanese dress Written on negative, "Shiga" Yoshiko Shiga. (see images 151, 162, 163, 216) Web Exhibition: #164
2007.036.178 Negative, Film Portrait of a couple Written on negative, "Niimi"
2007.036.179 Negative, Film Portrait of a young man Written on negative, "Kaudua"
1991.100.104 Photograph The Great Wall, Written on back: "Great Wall"
2007.036.180 Negative, Film Family portrait Written on negative, "Yoneyuma"
2007.036.181 Negative, Film Family portrait Yorozu family. Front row from left: Grandfather holding Art (small boy); Grandmother; Helen; Mrs. Yorozu; Lily; Henry. Back row from left: Mr. Yorozu; Bill (William); Stella. Web Exhibition: #168
2007.036.182 Negative, Film Wedding portrait - bride and groom Written on negative, "Watazuma"?
2007.036.183 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Fifth anniversary of martial arts studio. Judo tournament, Nippon Kan Hall. Web Exhibiotion: #170
2007.036.184 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Portrait, group of women, April 14, 1935. First row: fourth from right, Kiku Masuda (Tom Masuda's wife); far right, Molly Fukutani. Thrid row: second from left, Ruth Kazama. Web Exhibition: #171
2007.036.185 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Ikebana/bonsai display, May 26, 1935.
2007.036.186 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. The Kumasaka Clan at Kin Ka Low Restaurant, a Chinese style restaurant catering to Japanese clientele, located on 6th and Main Street. The family gathered for a 1934 memorial service for Kin Kumasaka , the matriarch of the family, who passed away in Japan in 1932. Kin Ka Low was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Wakamatsu, who were from Fukushima-ken, the same prefecture as the Kumasaka family. Web Exhibition: #173
2007.036.187 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Nihonjinkai (Japanese Association). Northwest Nihonjin (Japanese Community Group), July 31, 1935. First row: far left, Mr. Mayeno; fourth from left, Eikichi Okiyama. Third from right, Genji Mihara; second from right, Chusaburo Ito. Web Exhibition: #174
2007.036.188 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Japanese University Club, located at 15th Ave. and 42nd St., May 10, 1935. The Club was started in 1922 by Issei, and helped house and provide a social center for Nikkei students at the University of Washington. The house was later sold, and the funds went towards scholarships. This organization still gives scholarships to Nikkei U.W. students through the Yoshito and Yuki Fuji Scholarship. Web Exhibition: #175
2007.036.189 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Portrait of boy violinist in short pants, Hashida.
1991.100.105 Photograph Chinese soldiers throwing something in a fire. Noted on the back: 2 opium burning.
2007.036.190 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Music concert at Nippon Kan Theatre featuring biwa (lute) and shakuhachi (bamboo flute). The banners list the program for the performance, including the title of the song and name of the performer. Web Exhibition: #177
2007.036.191 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Bamboo Society and "Brilliant Life" Association, Ohiyukai. Shakuhachi and koto recital at Nippon Kan Theatre, Oct. 27, 1935. Second row: sixth from right, Mrs. Nakashima, head of the Shoseikai group; fifth from right, Mrs. Nakamura of the Mimasuka Dance School; fourth from right, Mrs. Sasaki; third from right, Mrs. Edamura? Third row: seventh from right, Mr. Imanishi; sixth from right Mr. Oye, who was involved in many Japanese organizations; second from right Jim Nakahara. Web Exhibition: #178
2007.036.192 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, judo club anniversary. Judo tournament, Nippon Kan Hall. Web Exhibition: #179
2007.036.193 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrrait, New Year celebration, Jan. 12, 1937 Hiroshima Kenjinkai, New Year celebration, possibly in downtown Seattle, January 12, 1937. Kenjinkai are prefectural organizations, which originally helped support immigrants through financial and social means. The Hiroshima Kenjinkai was started in 1900 and is still currently active. By 1920, more than 280 families were part of the organization. Today, kenjinkai help provide scholarships and organize cultural outings and trips to ancestral homes. Web Exhibition: #180
2007.036.194 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Green Lake ball club award celebration. Green Lake Ball Club Award Celebration. From left, Jack "Lefty" Yamaguchi; Roy Sakamoto; Frank Yamashita (holding banner), football player for U.W. who grew up in Olympia; unidentified; Kanbe; Hank Fukano; unidentified; unidentified; Bill Ihashi; ? Kanbe. Third from right, Mr. Miyahara. Web Exhibition: #181
2007.036.195 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, "Brilliant Life" Association. Shoseikai group, koto/shakuhachi first recital, 1934. Second row: second from left, Lilian Yoshino; third from left, Miki Nishimura Isomura?; sixth from left, Mrs. Tsuruyo Nakashima, leader of Shoseikai; seventh from left, Mrs. Nakamura, leader of Mimasuka Dance School. Fourth from right, Mrs. Sasaki. Third row: fourth from left, Jim Nakahara; sixth from left Shigeru Matsumoto. Seventh from right, Mr. Oye; sixth from right, Mr. Edamura; fifth from right, Mr. Kurimoto. (See 178) Web Exhibition: #182
2007.036.196 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Sept. 19, 1934
2007.036.197 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Kin Ka Low Restaurant, 1934. Front row, fourth from right, Grayce Gojio-Hattori; third from right, Yasuko Ota. Web Exhibition: #184
2007.036.198 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Seattle Buddhist Church Lotus Girls Group, February 1934. Front row: From left, Helen Kimiko Hikida Kubo; Kimi Tai; Mrs. Fukutani; Mrs. Aoki (Rev. Aoki's wife); Mitsuko Hino Mizuki; Ayako Yamanaka. Second row: From left, Hatsumi Tachiyama Harada; Bessie Suto; Molly Fukutani; Kiyo Ishikawa Harada; Sumiko Tomita; Teruko Hino Morimoto. Third row from left: Sumi Shiota; Harue Sao; Michiko Nishisaka; Mieko Hotta; Tamae Yagi; Toyoko Yamada. Web Exhibiton: #185
2007.036.199 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Seattle youth group, Nichiren Buddhist Church, Feb. 17, 1935. In 1914, a devout group of Japanese immigrants formed the Seattle Nichiren Sect Brotherhood Group which later grew into The Seattle Nichiren Buddhist Church. First row: center, Rev. Murano. Third person to right of minister, Yoshiye Nakano; fourth person to right of minister, Etsuko Kishimoto. Second row: left of Rev. Murano, Chieko Chikata. Web Exhibition: #186
1991.100.106 Photograph Black&white,dockside worker wearing white trousers,straw hat,seated on wooden cargo box
2007.036.200 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, women at a banquet.
2007.036.201 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Collins Fieldhouse basketball team, May 2, 1939. The Collins Field House, located across the street from the Seattle Japanese Buddhist Church. First row: second from right, Akio Yanagihara? Second row: far left, George Kozu; Seiji Hata; fourth from left Joe Fujii. Far right, Katsuyama (John Okamoto?). Third row: second from left, Joshua (Jugo)Hata; fourth from left, Shig Murao; second from right, John Okamoto; far right, Coach Gene Boyd, director of the Collins Field House. Web Exhibition: #188
2007.036.202 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Miss Morita's recital. Possibly a music recital for students of the Morita sisters in a hall on Main St., between 12th and 14th Ave. Front row: far left, Michiko Morita, who taught piano; far right, Fumiko Morita, who taught violin. The sisters taught in their homes. Web Exhibition: #189
2007.036.203 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Maneki Garden Restaurant, located on Sixth Ave. and Main St., opened in 1904 and is one of the oldest restaurants in Seattle. This is possibly a gathering for a visitor from Japan. First row from left: Mrs. Sasaki; Mrs. Edamura; No. 5 Mrs Otani No. 9 Mr. Oya, No. 10 Mr. Oda Web Exhibition: #190
2007.036.204 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. First row: far left, Mr. Kanbe of Greenlake; second from left, Mr. Hisayasu. Far right, Kinuta Uno of South Park. Second row: second from left, Mr. Mukasa; sixth from left, Mr. Takeshi Miya. Far right, Mr. Nobuyama. Web Exhibition: #191
2007.036.205 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, photo of a photo, women in front of a house, Masumoto.
2007.036.206 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. C. Paul and Bernadette Horiuchi on their wedding date, June 11, 1935. Paul and Bernadette were the first Japanese couple married at the Maryknoll Catholic Church. Web Exhibition: #193
2007.036.207 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, funeral, Shinto ceremony.
2007.036.208 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, three men in top hats and one woman seated.
2007.036.209 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Second from left, Sawa Beppu; fourth from left, Hitsuji Beppu, at the Japanese Language School. Hitsuji taught Japanese singing. Sawa was one of a group of close knit Japanese midwives who served the community delivering babies and giving post-natal care to mothers. Sawa was one of the first women licensed to drive in Washington State. Web Exhibition: #196
1991.100.107 Photograph Black&white, dock worker,dressed in robe eating something,& wearing a straw hat
2007.036.210 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Takayoshi family. Front row: Far right, Yurino. Back row: Second from left, Tomeo; Taiji; Kay. Web Exhibition: #197
2007.036.211 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Wedding portrait, bride, ---motto.
2007.036.212 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Wedding portrait, bride, Obayashi.
2007.036.213 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Wedding portrait, bride, Okimura.
2007.036.214 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, family with relatives, March 19, 1939. Okada Family, March 19, 1939. Front row: far left, Hannah Ikeda; second from left, Sueno Hikida; third from left, Bansan Okada (sitting); standing in front of him, Tyrus. Right of Bansan, his wife Kazuko Okada holding baby Joyce (Naoko). Second from right, Martha Ikeda (Imabori); far right, Lorraine Luriko Okada. Second row, from left: Akira Mayeda, Chiyoko Uyeda. Third from left, Ruth Hayasaka; Aiko Matsuda. Far right, Okazaki?. Back row, from left: Lily Yorozu; Sakiko Shiga. Far right, Nakamura? Bansan Okada started and sponsored Taiyo, an organization offering activities for children such as sports, language studies, and travel. Web Exhibition: #201
2007.036.215 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, family. New Year's Day at the Fujii home 1825 S King St New Year's Day at the home of the Fujii's in Seattle's Central District. Front row, from left: Mr. Jusaburo Fujii, Mrs. Fujii, unidentified. Second row, from left: unidentified; Roy Okada; Akira Mayeda. The Fujii's owned and operated Gyokko Ken Restaurant, located on Main St. between 5th and 6th Ave., which was a Chinese restaurant that catered to Japanese clientele. (See 208) Web Exhibition: #202
2007.036.216 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Kenshu Wanifuchi, professional violinist from Japan who performed circa 1912-1928. His mother ran a hotel in Seattle. He later returned to Japan and was accused of some shenanigans. Web Exhibition: #203
2007.036.217 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. James Irving Honda (see image 33). Web Exhibition: #204
2007.036.218 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. James Irving Honda (see image 33). Web Exhibition: #205
2007.036.219 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. James Irving Honda (see image 33). Web Exhibition: #206
1991.100.108 Photograph Black&white, long column of priests in double file,wearing black robes & broad staw hats,back- ground thatched houses
2007.036.220 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. James Irving Honda (see image 33). Web Exhibition: #207
2007.036.221 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Mrs. and Mr. Jusaburo Fujii. The Fujii's owned and operated Gyokko Ken Restaurant, located on Main St. between 5th and 6th Ave., which was a Chinese restaurant that catered to Japanese clientele. (See 202) Web Exhibition: #208
2007.036.222 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family portrait, man and woman.
2007.036.223 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. The Mano family. From left: George; Kikujiro Mano(father); Tosh; Kiyo; Riki Mano (mother). Kikujiro Mano operated a greenhouse in the Earlington (now Skyway) area. Web Exhibition: #210
2007.036.224 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family portrait, Kato, two families. Web Exhibition: #211
2007.036.225 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family portrait, Takeuchi, husband, wife , 3children.
2007.036.226 Negative, Film Black and White photograph, family portrait, husband and wife. Wedding photo of Kejiro and Ume Miyao, who lived in South Park and operated a greenhouse in Tukwila. (See 121) Web Exhibition: #213
2007.036.227 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family portrait, husband, wife, 2 children..
2007.036.228 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Okuda family. From left: Mrs. Okuda; Toyo; Heiji Okuda; Nao; Kenji. Web Exhibition: #215
2007.036.229 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Shiga family. Juro Shiga founded the Taiheiyo Sweater Company on Jackson Street in the late 1920s. From left: Mayko; Mrs. Sumiko Hirano Shiga; Mr. Juro Shiga, Sakiko; Yoshiko, Hachiro "Hatch" Kita (from Honolulu); Michiko; Andrew Ichiro. (see images 151, 162, 163, 164) Web Exhibition: #216
1991.100.109 Photograph Two identical photos of two Komusos (monks) wearing baskets on their heads, one playing a flute (shakuhachi), one's back to photo
2007.036.230 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family portrait, Ohtaka.
2007.036.231 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Family Portrait, Matsumoto.
2007.036.232 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Back row, far left, Mr. Sumehiro, custodian of the Seattle Buddhist Church. Web Exhibition: #219
2007.036.233 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait
2007.036.234 Negative, Film Black and White Negative The Hori family of White River. From left: John; Shigeichi Hori (father); Jack; Frank "Chub;" George; Shimano (Otoshi) Hori (mother); Mary. Web Exhibition: #221
2007.036.235 Negative, Film Black and White Negative The Tsuchiya family. Front row: Mr. and Mrs. Tsuchiya. Back row: Henry and Takuzo. Web Exhibition: #222
2007.036.236 Negative, Film Black and White Negative of an agricultural field.
2007.036.237 Negative, Film Black and White Negative of family on a farm. The Takeda family on their farm in Auburn. Web Exhibition: #224
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