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2007.036.238 Negative, Film Black and White Negative A family on a farm
2007.036.239 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Suguro family, in Bellevue, WA, near Bel-Red Road in the Midlakes area. Front row, from left: Mae; Grandmother Kane; Toshi; Grandfather Togoro; Sumi. Back row, from left: Shigeru; baby Sue; Michi; Takayoshi ; Aiko; Mitsue. Web Exhibition: #226
1991.100.110 Photograph Man carrying load on back in Japanese village, woman in middle of the road off in distance.
2007.036.240 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family on a farm in a field of carrots). Name of Ishii in negative Ishii Farm The Ishii farm was located near Boeing Plant 2. From left to right: Seichi Masao Hatsumi Nobumi Michi Yuki (Sally) Tadaichi Web Exhibition: #227
2007.036.241 Negative, Film Black and White Negative wedding portrait
2007.036.242 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Portrait of a man.
2007.036.243 Negative, Film Black and White Negative First row: second from left, Heiji Okuda; far right, Mr. Miyazawa. Both were judo instructors. (Heiji Okuda also appears in 213) Web Exhibition: #230
2007.036.244 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait Nakahiro Seattle Buddhist Church family (family name not identified). Third from left, "Dango." Web Exhibition: #231
2007.036.245 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Portrait of a man with a violin
2007.036.255 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait of Tazuko (Yoshitomi) Kumata, wife of Isamu "Sam" Kumata. Web Exhibition: #232
2007.036.256 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait of Tazuko (Yoshitomi) Kumata, wife of Isamu "Sam" Kumata. Web Exhibition: #234
2007.036.257 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Sue (Koura) Furuta, married to Roy Furuta, of Bainbridge Island. The Kouras, Sue's family, owned a strawberry farm which continued to operate up to recent times. While the Kouras were incarcerated, Filipino workers maintained the farm. Roy's family had a greenhouse business. (See 243) Web Exhibition: #234
2007.036.258 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, Yonemura
1991.100.111 Photograph Black and studio photograph of a young Japanese woman (21 years old) who is seated and wearing a kimono. Frame in Japanese. Dated 1904.
2007.036.259 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, Bride Yonemura
2007.036.260 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding Portrait Couple Isoshima
2007.036.261 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Mitzi (Saiki) Shiomi , wife of Will Shiomi, who owned Connor Sales appliance store on South Jackson St., where Viet Hoa is now located. Web Exhibition: #238
2007.036.262 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, Bride, Furuta
2007.036.263 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Mitzi and Will Shiomi, who owned Connor Sales appliance store on South Jackson St., where Viet Hoa is now located. Web Exhibition: #239
2007.036.264 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait Okimoto
2007.036.265 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait of George and Komayo (Nakagawara) Hara, late of Bronx, New York City. (Note from Rich Koyama) George is the brother of the late Masae (Hara) Yamashita of Seattle. George and Masae are first cousins to my mother Miyoko (Hara) Koyama. My mother's father (Eikichi Hara) and George and Masae's father (Tsunetaro Hara) were brothers in Saga, Japan. To extend the story further, Masae is the mother of Chizu Uyeda. Chizu is married to Deane Uyeda, who is the younger brother of Bryan Uyeda. I used to pick berries and beans with Deane on the Tsujikawa farm in the '50's. I also remember Mamo Yoshida there as well; he is a grandson of the Tsujikawas. Web Exhibition: #241
2007.036.266 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, Bride, Hara
2007.036.267 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Komayo (Nakagawara) Hara, wife of George Hara. (Note from Rich Koyama) Komayo may have brothers, and maybe a sister that still live in Tacoma, along with many descendants. The families of George and Komayo still live in New York and Minneapolis. (Rich Koyama) Hairdresser (check with Miyoko Kodama). Web Exhibition: #242
2007.036.268 Negative, Film Black and White Negative BAseball teams, Wapato and Nippon Giants
1991.100.112 Photograph Black and white studio photograph of a little Japanese girl and baby. Girl is standing and wearing a kimono. Baby seated next to her and is wearing a robe. Basket of flowers on the floor. Of cardboard frame.
2007.036.269 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Seattle Buddhist Church. 1937. Front row, center: Rev. Ichikawa. Second row: From left, Masaru Harada; Molly Fukutani; Hatsumi Harada. Far right, Mr. Inouye. Third row: From left, Mr. Sumihiro (custodian); Rie Masumoto. Sixth from left: Mrs. Kazuyo Toyoji. Seventh from left: Kikuzo Uyeminami? Center, in front of butsudan: Chusaburo Ito, Pres. of Seattle Buddhist Church? Web Exhibition: #245
2007.036.270 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Seattle Buddhist Church picnic. Second row, center, in dark suit: Rev. Ichikawa. Web Exhibition: #246
2007.036.271 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Seated behind table, third from right: Shige Fujii; fourth from right: Mrs. Toyoji. Web Exhibition: #247
2007.036.272 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Shofuryu Ikebana group and dance/shibai group, Oct. 13, 1935. Celebration of Mr. Kurimoto (second row, fifth from left) receiving his shakuhachi name. Second row: third from left, Mr. Edamura; sixth from left, Mr. Oye; seventh from left, Mrs. Nakashima; eigth from left Fuku Nakatami. Third row: second from left, Mr. Heiji Okuda; third from left (in dark glasses), Mr. James Sakamoto. Far right, Mr. Isomura. Fourth row: Mrs. Edamura? Back row: sixth from right, Miki Isomura; second from right, Jim Nakahara. James Sakamoto (Third row, third from left) founded the Japanese American Courier in 1928, the first English-language Japanese American newspaper in the U.S. He also founded the Japanese American Citizens League in 1930. Web Exhibition: #248
2007.036.273 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Consul General's office. Front row: far left, "Halfy" Mayeda; Marao Yorita. Fourth from right, Roy Okada; Jack Hori; Frank Natsuhara; Heiji Okuda. Second row: from left, Taka Okazaki, Satoshi Miyahara, unidentified, Bill Yorozu. Second from right, Yas Eguchi; far right, Mas Yamashita. Back row, far left: Paul Sakai. Far right: Bansan Okada, who started the Taiyo organization. Web Exhibiton: #249
2007.036.274 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Ikebana exhibition Matsuda
2007.036.275 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Lotus Youth Group, Seattle Buddhist Church, 1937. Front row, middle, Rev. Ichikawa, Rev. Sunya Pratt. Rev. Ichikawa's wife is seated third from the Rev.'s left, with their three children, Etsuko, Kazuya and Noriko. Web Exhibition: #251
2007.036.276 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Portrait of group of men.
2007.036.277 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Uno family. From left: Tatsumi "Lefty" Uno; Setsujiro Uno (seated); Kelly Uno; Teru Uno; Cora Uno; Kiku Uno (seated); Masaru "Chick" Uno; Shigeko Sese Uno (wife of Masaru); Paul Uno. Circa 1936-37. Shigeko's parents were forced to sell their business, White River Dairy, a dairy-processing plant at 8th and Weller, before they were incarcerated at Minidoka. After the war, Shigeko and Masaru opened Chick's Ice Creamery in the Bush Hotel on South Jackson St. Web Exhibition: #253
2007.036.278 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Nakano family of White River, WA. Front row: seated, from left, Masako Nakano; Setsuko Nakano (holding baby Takeo Nakano); Suzanne Nakano; Yoshiye Nakano; John Nakano (boy with June Nakano standing in front of him); Kantaro Nakano (grandfather); George Nakano (boy). Front row, third from right, Mrs. Toyoji. Back row: second from right, Jack Chikata; far right, Toyoji (Mrs. Toyoji's son). Web Exhibition: #254
1977.009.003 Photograph Sepia photograph of a group of people facing away from camera toward a funeral procession. Russian Orthodox church in background. Chinese and Russians?
1985.029.034 Photograph 2 black and white framed photographs A: Mountainside with Ifugao rice terraces B: Ifugao rice terraces with house in foreground in Bontoc, Philippines
1991.100.113 Photograph Black and white sepia tone studio photographs of a young Japanese woman. She is seated and is wearing a kimono. Photographs are mounted on cardboard. Portrait taken at the studio of K. Uyeno, Tokyo.
2007.036.279 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group portrait of violin students
2007.036.280 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group portrait, women in kimono and men in suites, April 26, 1936
2007.036.281 Negative, Film Black and White Negative group portrait of women, May 24, 1936
2007.036.282 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group portrait, women august 30, 1936
2007.036.283 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group portrait of women in kimono, men in kimono in tatami room.
2007.036.284 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Portrait of violin players
2007.036.285 Negative, Film Black and White Negative groupf of women in kimono and 1 man all kneeling in tatami room.
2007.036.286 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group portrait of women
2007.036.287 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. April 4th, 1947. Second row: far left, Michi Morita (taught piano). Third from right, Mary Okabe. Back row: third from right, Ruth Kazama. Web Exhibition: #255
2007.036.288 Negative, Film Possibly a sewing school class, March 5, 1936. Front row: second from left, Ishiko Morishita. Third from right, Tama Sakai. Second row: third from right, Billee (Yoshioka) Tashiro. Back row: Far left, Yuki Miyake. Fourth from right, Sakae Nakamura. Web Exhibition: #256
1991.100.114 Photograph Frontview studio photo of young Japanese girl dressed in kimono, holding a fan.
2007.036.289 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Left, Mr. Kamada who managed the Pike Place Market baseball team. Web exhibition: #257
2007.036.290 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, men seated and standing. The Japanese University Club, May 12, 1937. This organization was started in 1922 by Issei, and helped house and provide a social center for Nikkei students at the University of Washington. First row: fifth from left, Noboru Saito; eighth from left, Ed Natori; tenth from left, Kaz Tsukuno. Second row: third from left, Victor Nakamura; fifth from right, Akira Kubushiro. Third row: second from right, Ronald Shiozaki; fourth from right, -?- Koitabashi. Fourth row: third from left, Nachi Hayashi; fourth from left, Hiroshi Watanabe; third from right, Mits Kashiwagi. Web Exhibition: #258
2007.036.291 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Card game tournament, Feb. 23, 1936. Web Exhibition: #259
2007.036.292 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Front seated, second from left: Mr. Toyoji. Eichi Koiwai, doctor in Philadelphia? Far right: Mr. Kenichi Masuhara. Second row, third from left, Mr. Kamada. ? Web Exhibition: #260
2007.036.293 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, women and men at a dinner party.
2007.036.294 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Japanese navy visit to Seattle, dated 7/14/1936.
2007.036.295 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Nippon Giant baseball team.
2007.036.296 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Nippon Giants baseball team, Portland, with trophy.
2007.036.297 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Market A.C. baseball team, dated 4/26/1936. Pike Place Market baseball team. Second row: fourth from left, Mr. Kamada who managed the team. Far right, Kallio Suguro. Web Exhibition: #265
2007.036.298 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Mikados basketball team..
1991.100.115 Photograph Side/back view of young girl dressed in formal kimono, holding fan. Her hair is coifed on top of her head with a ribbon. Under photo is her name.
2007.036.299 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Taiyo Cardinals baseball club, 1936-37 Courier Baseball Team Class A champions.
2007.036.300 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Maryknoll Cadets. Very front, right: Augie Aratani. Second row, from left: Tomehichi Furukawa; unidentified; Shigeo Furukawa; Shiro Kashino. Back row: far right, Roy Sakamoto. Web Exhibition: #269
2007.036.301 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Lotus Trojans baseball team with trophy. Lotus Trojans baseball team at Collins Playfield. First row, from left: "Mush" Ozima; Hiro Nishimura; T.R. Goto; Jackson Sonoda; Takami Tachiyama. Second row, from left: Tosh Nishimura; John Iwao Kusakabe; Shoichi Suyama; Tobo Matsuzaki; Frank Yoshitake; Bud Fukei; Shizato Elmer Tazuma. Web Exhibition: #270
2007.036.302 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, male group, primarily white, with one banjo, one guitar, Yamashita Kisen..
2007.036.303 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Founding of the Saga Ryu Ikebana and Tea School, April 23, 1939. First row: third adult from left, Sada Uchida, who taught Ikebana. Center behind table: Mrs. Ohtani, who taught Ikebana and tea ceremony. Third from right, Molly Fukutani. Second row: second from left, Mrs. Masuda, wife of prominent attorney Thomas Masuda; ninth from left, Mrs. Minara. Eleventh from left, Mrs. Sasaki; twelfth from left Mrs. Nakashima, who taught koto, ikebana, and tea. Far right, Mr. Oye, who taught shakuhachi. Third row: Far left, Mrs. Merry Minbu. Center, wearing glasses and no hat, Mrs. Terazawa. Web Exhibition: #272
2007.036.304 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, female student group, Sonohara pupils, dated 2/25/1939. Sewing class. Web Exhibition:#273
2007.036.305 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, female group, Hosokawa, dated 4/30/1939.
2007.036.306 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Nichiren Buddhist Church, Rissho Convention, April 9th 1939. The Rev. Senchu Murano (Front row, fourth from left) was the minister of the church from 1933 to 1939. Front row: far left, Kantaro Nakano, third from left Tama Tokuda; fifth from left, Rev. Pratt. Far right Setsuko Nakano. Third row: second from right Yoshiye Nakano. Fourth row: far right, Massie (Suzuki) Heyamoto. Web Exhibition: #275
2007.036.307 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Japanese Language School, August 21, 1936. Second row, center, gray hair: Mr. It Web Exhibition : #276
2007.036.308 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Sankyoku, shakuhachi (end-blown flute), koto (stringed instrument), shamisen (plucked stringed instrument), and odori (dance) performance, to celebrate the 2600th Anniversary of the founding of the Empire of Japan, October 13, 1940, Nippon Kan Theatre. Front row: eighth from left, Arlene Okawa Kado. Second row: eighth from left, Mrs. Nakatani, who taught dance at Hatsune Kai; ninth from left, Mrs. Nakashima, who taught koto, ikebana, and tea; eleventh from left Tusya Ike, who was a koto player. Third row: far left, Mr. Matsumoto, an active Buddhist Church member; fifth from left, Mishi (Nishimura) Isomura ; eighth from left, Mr. Oye. Fourth row: far left, Mr. Imanishi, a kendo teacher and shakuhachi player. Web Exhibition: #277
1991.100.116 Photograph Front view studio photo of young boy in formal kimono. He holds a fan. He may be 5 years old and so the right age to celebrate the Shichigosan festival.
2007.036.310 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. "Lotus on Air," Lotus Entertainment, dated February 17th, 1940. First row: Third from left, Yoshiko Shitamae Miyauchi; fourth, Susie Shimizu Kumahara; fifth, May Tsutsumoto; seventh, Rosie Suzuki Obata; ninth, Fusae Matsumoto; tenth, Etsuko Ichikawa; twelfth, Satomi Ichikawa. From right, Harry Anzai, Ted Tomita, Yoshito Harada, Ken Tomita (holding child). Second row: from left (crouching) Shigeto Ishikawa, Kiyo Ishikawa Harada. Fourth from left, Mrs. Tsuya; fifth, Mrs. Suzuki; sixth Mrs. Fumiko Nishimura; eighth, Mrs. Matsumoto; tenth, Rev. Ichikawa; eleventh, Mrs. Oshosan (Hatsune Kai dance teacher); twelfth, Mrs. Tsuneko Kihara; thirteenth, T. R. Goto; fourteenth, George Mizumori. Third row: From left, Mr. Matsumoto; Mineko Matsubara; Aki Fujino. Fifth from left, Kiki Tsuji Sugawara. Eleventh, Ayako Yamanaka; twelfth, Nobue Shimizu (white collar); Kazuko Abe; Molly Fukutani; Harue Sao Mori; Kaz Yokoyama. From right, Tomita; unidentified; Hiro Nishimura (print shirt); Johnny Kusakabe. Fourth row : fourth from left, Frank Kubo. Web Exhibition: #278
2007.036.311 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Buddhist Youth Association, Lotus Entertainment, January 11, 1941. First row: second person from right, Shigeto Ishikawa. Second row: sixth person from right, Terumitsu Kano (wearing glasses, worked for Japan Airlines); third person from right, Hiro Nishimura. Third row: far left, George Mizumori. Web Exhibiton: #279
2007.036.312 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. "Night of Snow" players. November 19, 1939. First row: Third from right, Yoshito Harada; far right, Yoshito (?) Furukawa, Third row: Second from left, George Mizumori. Fourth from right, Shigemi Hamasaki (wearing glasses). Web Exhibition: #280
2007.036.313 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Taiyo Girl's Group, at the Japanese Consul residence in Seattle. Taiyo was started by Bansan Okada (back row, far right), to occupy children through activities such as sports, Japanese language studies, and travel to Japan. Front row: From left, Lily Yorozu, Hannah Ikeda, unidentified, Mrs. Morishita (also known as Ishiko or Ishi-chan Hamada), Sumio Arima, Luriko Okada, Gloria Hirabayashi. Second row: Far left, Akira Mayeda. Fifth from left, Ruth Hayasaka, Aiko Matsuda Okamoto, Sueno Hikida, Betty Nakamura, Ban Okada. Sumio Arima (front row, third right) was the city editor at Hokubei Jiji/North American Times. Mr. Arima was also a columnist using another name. His older brother, Sumiyoshi , was the editor who attended most of the community events, and his father (James' grandfather) Sumikiyo was the publisher. Sumio became the sole owner, publisher, and editor in October 1941 -- history quickly changed his life and titles. Info from James Arima. Web Exhibition: #281
2007.036.314 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Taiyo Kengakudan, dated 3/19/1939.
2007.036.315 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, banquet, Mr. Owada farewell party.
2007.036.316 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, Thomas Japanese School graduation, dated 4/1/1939. Thomas Japanese School, Thomas, WA (between Auburn and Kent). Back row: seventh from left, Shoichiro Katsuno. Web exhibition: #283
2007.036.317 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Northwest Japanese-American Society teacher recognition, Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Nov. 3, 1940. First row: Second from right, Mrs. Kataoka, Japanese Language School teacher. Fourth from right, Principal Yoriaki Nakagawa. Second row: Third from right, Mr. Ito. Third row: Second from left, Genji Mihara; third from left, Sumio Arima. Web Exhibition: #284
2007.036.318 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Mokuyoo Kai, women and men, some women in kimonos.
2007.036.319 Negative, Film U.W. Fuyo Kai group at the Columns on the University of Washington campus, May 28, 1941. Fuyo Kai (Hibiscus Club) was a Japanese American student club for women, founded in 1922 in response to Japanese exclusion from the traditional sororities. First row: From left, Yoshiko Uchiyama (Tani); Chiyo Nakata (Horiuchi); Tama Inouye Tokuda, Japanese dancer at Mimasukai Dance Group now living at Nikkei Manor; Kiyo Kamikawa; Sachiko Nakauchi; Kazuko Abe; Yoshiko Yano; Chie Aoki; Mieko Fujii. From right, Yoshie Fujihara; Florence Tateoka (Fujita), valedictorian; Fuji Fukiage. Second row: From left, Toshiko Baba; third from left, Michiko Watanabe; fifth from left Takako Yoda, active Buddhist Church and JACL member now living at Nikkei Manor; Aya Hoshimoto Sakamoto; Dorrie Abe; ninth from left, June Kumakura (Momoda), who was a pharmacist in camp NVC; eleventh from left, Miyo Kamihira, Yukie Fukuzawa; May Kubota (Yano), of the Kubota Garden family. Second from right, Grace Watanabe. Third row: Second from right, Martha Nishitani, dancer and teacher; Atsuko Yano; Marjorie Ota; Esther Kambe; Teru Nakata (Kiyohara), worked in special education at Lowell Elementary School; Misako Kondo; Sachi Fukiage; Sakiko Shiga (see Shiga family photos) competitive swimmer; Toshiko Hiroshige; Kazuko Fujii; Tama Koriyama (Inaba), active in JACL, in NVC; unidentified; Harue Morinaga. Fourth row: Phyllis Yasunobu; Mary Shimoda (Morio), now lives in Bellevue, was a pharmacist; Fumiko Shitamae (Nishi), was part of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) in Japan, researched Japanese bomb victims, worked in Nutrition; unidentified; Miyoko Senda (McCoy), now at Nikkei Manor; Margaret Ouchi, active in campfire girls, a nurse; Amy Okabe; Haruko Kuroiwa; Misayo Morinaga. Web Exhibition: #247
1991.100.117 Photograph Black and white studio photo of Japanese mother (55 yrs. old) and daughter (8 yrs. old). Both are seated, wearing kimonos and the daughter is holding a large doll. Portrait is taken at the studio of Yokohama and Tokio.
2007.036.320 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Japanese Buddhist Church preschool, Jan. 16, 1941. Second row: Second from right, Robert Kanemoto; Louise Takahara Matsumoto. Third row: Far left, Miss Mori; behind her Mr. Fletcher (bus driver). Far right, KC Hoshide. Web Exhibition: #287
2007.036.321 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Shibai, traditional theatrical performance, location unknown. In traditional Japanese Noh and Kabuki theater, men play all the roles, including female characters. Front row, far left, Eikichi Okiyama; far right, Heiji Okuda. Web exhibition: #288
2007.036.322 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Nippon Kan Theatre, many Filipino men in the audience Web Exhibition: #289
2007.036.323 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, violin students. Music Recital. Front row: From left, Michiko Morita; Toshiko Nakamura Fujikado. From right, Fumiko Morita; Miyoko Kodama. The Morita sisters taught violin and piano at their home. (see 189) Web Exhibition: #290
2007.036.324 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Portrait, little boy sitting on stool in front of Boys' Day display.
2007.036.325 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, three in costume, mostly men, some women, on stage of Nippon Kan, dated 11/2/1940. First row: Second from left, Mike Kurokawa; seventh from the left, Genji (?) Mihara. Second row: Second from right, Toshio Harada (who worked at the Olympic Hotel, now Olympic Fairmont, for 30 plus years). Far right,Takeshi Roy Otomaru. Third row: Fourth from left, Ted Tomita. Sixth from right, Kanichi Iwami; fourth from right, Shigemi Hamasaki. Web Exhibition: #292
2007.036.326 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Group portrait, baseball teams with names of towns such as Wapato and Fife, and others with names such as Taiyo and Nippon Giant.. 1936 Baseball tournament, including Taiyo, Fife, Wapato Nippon, Waseda, White River and Nippon Giants teams. Web Exhibiton: #293
2007.036.327 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Seattle Buddhist Church, Club Lotus of 1938, Nippon Kan Theatre, March 19, 1938. Web Exhibition: #294
2007.036.328 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. The Lotus group, of the Seattle Buddhist Church, Feb. 25, 1939. First row: Fifth from left, Helene Tsutsumoto Yorozu; Etsuko Ichikawa, Rev. Ichikawa's daughter; eighth, May Tsutsumoto; tenth, Machiko Miyazaki (Maeda). Far right, Yuki Matsumoto; third from right, Hisa Matsubara. The Tsutsumoto family owned State Drug until 1995 (Helene, first row, fifth from left, and May, eighth from left). Second row: From left, Paul Tomita; Mrs. Tomita; fourth from left, George Mizumori; sixth from left, Kiyo Ishikawa (Harada), director of Buddhist Church Nursery School; eighth from left, Mrs. Fumi Nishimura; Mrs. Matsumoto; Mrs. Ichikawa, Rev.'s wife; Yoshito Harada. Second from right, Mr. Matsumoto; Masaru Harada; Ben Kasubuchi; T.R. Goto. Third row: Second from left, Elmer Tazuma; Dorothy Uyeminami; Fumiko Shitamae (Nishi), see photo 286; Dorothy Suto; Momoye Mamiya (Takakoshi); Rose Ninomiya; tenth from left, Bessie Suto; fourteenth from left, Miyoko Shitamae (Ike), see photo 286; Lenora Kadoguchi (Tanaka); Lily Morinaga (Hori), owned Panama Hotel with husband. Second from right, Yasuko Morinaga, sister to Lily. Fourth row: From left, Peggy Kinomoto; Katherine Asakura; Takako Yoda, active Buddhist, now at Nikkei Manor; fifth from left, Toshiko Baba; seventh from left, Yoshiko Yamamoto; Hideko Fujino; Bernice Kawasaki; Sally Kawasaki. From right, Teruko Kusaka; Yoshiko Uchiyama; Fujino. Fifth row: Second from left, May Morinaga; Ayako Yamanaka; Emiko Taniguchi; sixth from left, Fumi Okimoto; Harue Sao (Mori), active Buddhist; Ted Fukuhara; Haruo Fujino; Tets Kuramoto; twelfth from left, Frank Yoshitake, orator; George Osaki, Lotus Basketball Team member; Hideya Kumata?; George Fukuhara; Taeko Yamada, now at Nikkei Manor; Molly Fukutani. Sixth Row: From left, Kazuo (Frank) Kubo; Miyoko Yorioka; Yoneko Tanaka; Takako Tsuji; Tosh Nishimura, basketball player; Fumi Ishikawa, active in youth group; eighth from left, Sansaku Sugiyama; tenth from left, Hiro Nishimura, basketball player. Eighth from right, Katsumi Suzuki; Shigeto Ishikawa; third from right, Ted Tomita; Toshio Toyoji. Web Exhibition: #295
2007.036.329 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. The Lotus group, Young Buddhist Association (YBA) of the Seattle Buddhist Church, gathered for an entertainment fundraiser at Nippon Kan Hall, March 13, 1937. First row: Far left, George Mamiya; sixth from left, Osamu Hirata; eighth from left, George Ota. From right, Fumi Ishikawa; Seiko Fujuhara. Seventh from right, Tsu Peter Kusakabe. Second row: Far left, Paul Tomita; sixth from left, Rose Ninomiya; Momoye Mamiya; tenth from left, Okazaki. Sixth from right, Sachi Sumioka; fifth from right, Miye Ishikawa; second from right, Frank Kubo; far right, Howard Oda. Third row: From right, Hideo Mori; Teddy Tomita, of West Coast Printing; Noboru Saito. Fourth row: Far left, Kanemoto. Seventh from left, Minoru Tsubota; Nobuko Koba; tenth from left, Taeko Ishida; twelfth from left, Fumi Okimoto; Fumiko Nishimura; Noboko Ishida; Mr. Morishita. Eleventh from right, Martha Inouye (Oye); Tobo Matsuzaki, athlete; Shoichi Suyama, of City Produce Family; Frank H. Yoshitake. Third from right, Yamagawa; "Dango" Nakahiro; MIchio Shinoda. Fifth Row: From left, Jackson Sonoda, English editor of community daily newspaper; Mrs. Takahashi. Sixth from left, Bessie Teraoka (Tomita, of West Coast Printing); Mrs. Toyoji; Mrs. Tomita; Ayako Yamanaka; Iwao John Kusakabe; Kazue Shimzu; Nobue Shimzu; Mary Inouye; Mrs. Fukatani, flower arrangement teacher; unidentified; Kiyo ishikawa; Teru Hino; Kiki Hagimori; unidentified; Marcelline Uyeji; unidentified; Kats Iwamara; Budd Fukei, English editor of Northwest Time; Joe Matsazaki; George Inouye, prominent businessman; Ben Kasabuchi, Alaska salmon cannery foreman; "Nap" Nishisake. Sixth Row: From left, Hibiya, Japanese editor of community daily newspaper; Sansaku Sugiyama, president of Lotus Y.B.A.; Tosh Taniguchi, Nisei veteran, MIS of India Burma Theater; Genshi Nishimura; Harry Taniguchi; Tosh Nishimura; Taka Ono; Hideya "Heidi" Kumata; Kats Suzuki; Hiro Nishimura; Shigeto Ishikawa, family owned Wekame Hotel across HIGO; Haruo Kato; Molly Fukutani; Hino; unidentified; T.R. Goto; unidentified; Yash Harada; Haruo Fujino, Boy Scout leader at new Buddhist Church; unidentified; Min Koga; Tetsuo Kuramoto, new Buddhist Church volunteer carpenter; Satoru Sakuma; Ken Shimbo; unidentified; MR. Fukuhara; "Corky" Tsuyashi Kawasaki, head of relocation committee in Chicago assisting camp internees; George Mizumori. Web Exhibition: #296
1991.100.118 Photograph Black and white (sepia) studio photo of Japanese mother and daughter seated Japanese style on the floor. Both are wearing kimonos and the daughter has an ornament in her hair. Daughter's name and age (10 yrs. 4 months).
2007.036.330 Negative, Film Black and White photograph. Grand Lotus, Shibai (play), Jan. 25, 1936, Nippon Kan Theatre. First row: From left, Nobi Saito; Joe Matsuzaki, now in Seattle; Paul Tomita; Frank Kitamoto. Seventh from left, Fumi Ishikawa; ninth from left, Masaye (Matsumoto) Yokoyama, works at Maneki Restaurant. Sixth from right, Teddy Tomita, fifth from right, Toshio Toyoji, owner of Sun Hotel. From right, Mr. Matsumoto, Hideo Mori; Masaru Harada; Dennis ?. Second Row: Far left, Momoya Mamiya. Seventh from left, Kubo, Uwajimaya treasurer, Ben Kasabuchi, Alaska salmon cannery foreman; Mrs. Nakatani, Japanese dance instructor; Rev. Zen Aoki; Mrs. Aoki; unidentified; Bessie Suto; unidentified; Kazuo Shoji. Third Row: Second from left, Fumi Shitamae; fourth from left, Sono Matsuo; Mineko Matsuhara. Eighth from left, Yaeko Yamanaka. Tenth from left, Mrs. Nishimoto. Fifth from right, Nobuko Koba; fourth, Taka Ono; third, Shoichi Suyama. Fourth row: Second from left, Alice; Yoshiko; "Fudge" Fujino; Amy Ono; unidentified; Harue Masuda (Matsuda), flower arrangement teacher; unidentified; Jean Ishikawa, family owned Welcome Hotel on Jackson St.; Kimi Terao; Dorri Akimoto; Dorothy Yamanaka; Dorothy Suto; Goerge Mizumori; George (?) Nose; Tad Fukuhara; Albert Hikida; Mr. Inouye; Mr. Koba; Mr. Ishikawa; Isomura. Fifth row: Second from left, Miyo (?) Okazaki; Tobo Matsuzaki; Max Iki; Chiyo Asaba; unidentified; Martha Inouye; Nobue Shimizu; Mary Inouye; Kimi Tai; Molly Fukutani; Jean (?) Hino; George Fukuhara; Yash Harada; unidentified; Hatsune Tachiyama; unidentified; Mrs. Tomita; Fumiko Nishimura; Tosh Nishimura; Mrs. Kadoguchi; unidentified; "Heidi" (Hideya) Kumata; unidentified; Mrs. Sumihiro, church caretaker. Sixth row: Third from left, Mrs. Toyoji; fifth from left, Mrs. Fukutani; seventh from left, Nap Nobuo Nishisaka; ninth from left, Mr. Mori, Buddhist church presdient; twelfth from left, Tetsuo Kuramoto; Ken Shimbo; unidentified; Mrs. Toyoji; Mrs. Oba; Mrs. Suzuki; Kats Suzuki. Web Exhibition: #297
2007.036.331 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, bride. Furuta
2007.036.332 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Wedding portrait, bride and groom. Yamamoto
2007.036.333 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Apartment Building at 19th Ave S and Jackson St. S. Nakauye 18th and Yesler? Hibiya's lived here. (from Dolores Sibonga: May be the apartment house at 18th or 20th & Jackson owned by Mrs. Kodama of Ikebana fame.) 19th Ave. S and South Jackson St. Web Exhibition: #300
2007.036.334 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Apartment Building at 19th Ave S and Jackson St. S. Nakauye
2007.036.335 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Group Portrait of Nippon Tennis Club Kumagai Cup Open Tournament, July 4, 1939. On Jefferson St. between 12th and 14th Ave., near Seattle University. Shig Morita (Third row, third from left) owned the house in the background. First row: Far left Frank Hidaka. Fifth from left, Dr. Fukuda; Yoshito Fujii. Third from right, Mas Horiuchi. Second row: Second from left, Ruth Sakai; Haru Kurosaka. Seventh from left, Hisa Kurosaka. Far right, Esther Sakai? Second from right, Eva Minato. Third row: Third from left, Shig Morita. Far right, Mr. Hidaka. Web Exhibition: #302
2007.036.336 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Aoki family Web Exhibition: #303
2007.036.337 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family Portrait, Toyoji
2007.036.338 Negative, Film Black and White Negative The WWG (World Wide Guild), Japanese Baptist girls' basketball team, 1938. Front row: From left, Gloria Hirabayashi; Ritsuko Masuda; Melverna Andrews; Hanako Tokumasu; Eva Minato; Fran Inouye. Back row: From left, Amy Okada; Fumiko Takakoshi; Moriye Hayashi; Takashi Fujii (coach), May Kurose; Teruko Ogasawara; Michi Shigehara. Melverna (front row, third from left) was the daughter of Rev. Emery Andrews, minister of the Seattle Japanese Baptist Church from 1929 to 1955. Rev. Andrews and his family relocated to Twin Falls, Idaho during World War II, in order to commute to the Minidoka concentration camp and minister to the incarcerees. During the war, Rev. Andrews made over 50 trips to Seattle to bring back needed articles left behind by the Japanese families, covering the 1,500 mile trip on an average of more than once a month. Web Exhibition: #305
2007.036.339 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Taiyo Shibai (play), Nippon Kan Theatre, February 7, 1936. The hanging flags were gifts given to the Taiyo baseball club from Japanese universities. First row: Far left, Sueno Hikida. Sixth from left, Tyrus Okada; Mrs. Nakamura (Mimasukai dance teacher); Kineya Shofuku (sensei, head of Hatsuekai). Second row: Third from left, Yoichi Matsuda. Eighth from left, Akira Mayeda; tenth from left, Sao; Taka Okazaki?; Kenjiro Yoshino. Far right, Bansan Okada. Third row: From left, Sad Shiraishi; Shiro Iwana; Lefty Ichihara; Jackson Sonoda. Fifth from right, Peter Kusakabe?; fourth from right, Soma. Second from right, Takeshi Roy Otomaru; far right, Kenji Kawaguchi. Bansan Okada (second row, far right), started and sponsored Taiyo, an organization to occupy youth through activities such as sports, language studies, and travel. His son Tyrus is pictured in the first row, sixth from left. Web Exhibition: #306
1991.100.119 Photograph Black and white (sepia) studio photos of Japanese woman and girl, both wearing kimonos and seated on chairs. Address.
2007.036.340 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Taiyo hosts Waseda University baseball team, 1936. Front row: From left, Kenji Kawaguchi; Porgie Okada; Kiyoto Hashimoto; Yukio Kuniyuki. Second row: Waseda players (from Japan). Third row: From left, Satoshi Masuda; Salty Mizuta. Fourth from left, Taka Okazaki; Tadashi Kuniyuki; Shiro Iwana; Toraichi Sao; "Mud" Tanaka. Fourth row: Third from left, Mr. Nishimura. Far right, Ban Okada holding son, Tyrus. Web Exhibition: #307
2007.036.341 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Music performance portrait, string orchestra, Miyashita November 16, 1935.The man in the center is Mr. Miyashita. He conducted the local Oriental Orchestra circa 1925, and performed at Nippon Kan. Web Exhibition: #308
2007.036.342 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Taiyo shibai, traditional theatrical performance. In traditional Japanese Noh and Kabuki theater, men play all the roles, including female characters. The Taiyo organization was started by Bansan Okada to keep youths occupied through activities such as sports, language studies, travel . First row: second from left, Kiyoko Uji; Aiko Matsuda. Seventh from left, Kenjiro Yoshino holding Tyrus Okada; Mrs. Okada; Kenji Kawaguchi. Second row: Third from left, Sueno Hikida; Hannah Ikeda. Ninth from left, Yoichi Matsuda; Nobushi Nakagawa. Third from right, Sad Shiraishi. Third row: Far left, Ban Okada. Sixth from left, Taka Okazaki; tenth from left, Matsuda? Fourth from right, Lefty Ichihara. Web Exhibition: #309
2007.036.343 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait Watanabe Web Exhibition: #310
2007.036.344 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family Portrait, Hara
2007.036.345 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait
2007.036.346 Negative, Film Black and White Negative FAmily portrait, funeral (?) Endo
2007.036.347 Negative, Film 2 -Black and White Negatives Family portrait, Christmas, Pape
2007.036.348 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait Takenaga
2007.036.349 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait, Sasaki
1991.100.120 Photograph Uji River, boats tied to bank, pagoda in background
2007.036.350 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family portrait, Morooka
2007.036.351 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Family Portrait, Sato
2007.036.352 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Sakamoto Family. Front row: From left, Josephine Sakamoto; Eileen Sakamoto; Mr. Kichitaro Sakamoto (father); Kent Sakamoto; Mrs. Kimiyo Sakamoto (mother); Eleanor Yoshioka; Masako (Sakamoto) Yoshioka; Karen Yoshioka; Janet Yoshioka. Back row: From left, Ayako Sakamoto Horike; Roy Sakamoto carrying son Dennis; Dorothy Sakamoto; Daiichi Yoshioka. Ayako (back row, far left) married Mr. Horike and they ran the Fuji 10 Cent Store on 45th Ave. in Seattle's Wallingford district. Roy (back row, second left) started R.S. Auto Rebuild in about 1947, and then moved it to King Street in about 1949 or 1950. Web Exhibition: #318
2007.036.353 Negative, Film Black and White Negative . Front row, far left, KC (Catherine Hoshide). Back row, far left, Lloyd Hoshide. Web Exhibition: #319
2007.036.354 Negative, Film Black and White Negative Ishihara Family. Front row: From left, Mr. Ishihara; Janet Okamoto; Jane Okamoto; Mrs. Ishihara; Helen Okamoto with Roy Okamoto. Back row: From left, Chickie Ishihara; George Ishihara; Toshi Ishihara; unidentified. Web Exhibition: #320
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