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Ishii.040 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of an Hawaiian author Signed "Mahalo David Ishii Milton Murayama"
Ishii.041 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of an author with a typewriter
Ishii.042 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Asian American man outside
Ishii.043 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Johsel Namkung walking with his camera along the coast. Signed by David Ishii
Ishii.044 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of David Ishii in his bookstore, holding a baseball wearing a t-shirt with Americaine Base-Ball on the front
Ishii.045 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Shawn Wong
Ishii.046 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of Enos Bradner with fly feathers
1991.100.186 Photograph Japanese man in western suit and overcoat, holding a fedora, standing in front of tree with wooden tile roofed Japanese house in background.
Ishii.047 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of Jeffery Paul chan signed
Ishii.048 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of Frank Chin
Ishii.049 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of 5 architects sitting on a bench in Pioneer Square
Ishii.050 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of 3 artists Tomatsu Takizaki, Mark Horiuchi and Mark Toby
Ishii.051 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of Frank Okada
Ishii.052 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of David Ishii as a young boy on his birthday
Ishii.053 Print, Photographic Framed Black and white photograph of David Ishii as a young boy with telephone
Ishii.057 Print, Photographic Framed black and white photograph of Emmett Watson in Seattle Rainiers baseball uniform standing next to Alice Brougham (daughter of Royal Brougham), 1943
Ishii.079 Print, Photographic Black and white photograph of Frank Chin
Ishii.080 Print, Photographic Color photograph of three celloists Leonard Rose in center and Eugene Istomin on the right. Signed by all three.
1991.100.187 Photograph Japanese man wearing dark kimono, kneeling on floor. Behind are pictures hanging on wall. Next to him is vertical house beam, shoji and part of a tatami-matted room is visible.
Jue.001 Print, Photographic Scrapbook Black and white photograph of the family of Theodore Jue and Ruth Sakura Jue
Kee.001 Album, Photograph Bue Kee photograph albums Oregon and Alaska
Korea 002.005 Photograph Morningstar Cultural Center performers
Korea 003.009 Photograph Kwang Chough with his roommates in 1960.
Korea 003.010 Photograph University of Idaho and Pullman students.
Korea 004.002 Photograph
Korea 004.003 Photograph
Korea 004.004 Photograph
Korea 004.005 Photograph Seattle City Council 1996-1997. Back row (from left to right): John Manning, Martha Choe, Margaret Pageler, Jane Noland, Cheryl Chow, Charlie Chong. Seated (from left to right): Sue Donaldson, Jan Drago (President), Tina Podlodowski.
Korea 005.008 Photograph Photo of KWA, founded in 1972, 20th anniversary in 1992. KWA was established in 1972 to provide services to Korean wives of American servicemen. Over the years, KWA?s programs have expanded to meet the needs of people of many cultures and nationalities. Its special expertise is as providers of multi-cultural, multi-lingual services to people in need.
1991.100.188 Photograph 2 Japanese ladies and girl standing inside door- way of a structure. 2 ladies in kimonos are standing behnd the seated girl. The girl has on deark apron, possible part of school dress.
Korea 005.009 Photograph Sulja Warnick and the Korean Women's Associationi in the 1980s.
Korea 005.010 Photograph Article "Flood of immigrants create Koreatown: from a handful of GI brides, county's Korean population has grown to an estimated 15,000 " 1983, Tacoma News Tribune.
Korea 005.011 Photograph Article on Koreatown in Pierce County, with photos.
Korea 005.012 Photograph Article "Koreans clustering in brand-new plaza: Oriental entrepreneurs rapidly fill center" Tacoma News Tribune, Dec. 10, 1987.
Korea 005.013 Photograph Sulja Warnick at a rally for Tacoma schools.
Korea 005.014 Photograph The Korean Women's Association in 1992.
Korea 005.015 Photograph Article by Sulja Warnick on Judaism and multiculturalism.
Korea 010.004 Photograph Elaichi Kimaro's family portrait from her childhood.
Korea 010.005 Photograph Elaichi Kimaro's family portrait, from left to right: Young Hoy Kimaro (mother) Kundaeli Ndekiro Kimaro (brother) Lucia Ann Kimaro Kenney (daughter) Thomas Francis Kenney, Jr. (husband) Eliaichi Sadikiel Kimaro Sadikiel Ndekiro Kimaro (father)
Korea 011.001 Photograph Andy Hwang in uniform.
1991.100.189 Photograph Japanese man wesring western summer clothes with bow tie, straw hat and holding closed fan stands behind old lady wearing kimono. Are in the interir of a house, elderly woman has shaven head.
Korea 011.002 Photograph From left to right: Andy Hwang, his father, mother, and brother.
Korea 011.003 Photograph Andy Hwang with his wife Ji Hyong and their children Faith and Andrew.
Korea 011.004 Photograph Andy Hwang and his parents at the Grand Canyon.
Korea 012.001 Photograph Photo from APCC fashion show.
Korea 013.001 Photograph Korean adoptees and caretakers at Seoul airport.
Korea 013.002 Photograph Christina Seong with her adoptive mother
Korea 013.003 Photograph From Christina Seong: "A photo with my two older sisters and brother in law at a family dinner in Daegu, South Korea" From left to right: Ju-Yeon Kim (oldest sister), Christina Seong, Sang-Ki Hong (middle sister's husband), Seong-Eun Kim (middle sister).
Korea 013.004 Photograph From Christina Seong: "The 2013 KEEP-D [Korean Exposure and Education Program - Demoratic People's Republic of Korea] Peace Delegation standing in front of the Hae Bang San Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea."
Korea 014.001 Photograph Eugene and Minhee Cho, husband and wife cofounders of One Day's Wages.
Korea 014.002 Photograph Eugene Cho with his family a the 2012 One Day's Wages Gala.
1991.100.190 Photograph Japanese man dressed in short western jacket, light pants, straw hat seated on a box inside doorway of house. Small white towel is hanging behind, bamboo rod above head, holding folded fan.
Korea 014.003 Photograph Eugene Cho with his mother and brothers in front of their family's grocery.
Korea 015.001 Photograph Photo of Korea Central Daily press, which also has its own television studio, and produces daily news programs (Shoreline)
Korea 016.001 Photograph Issues of Korea Times being printed.
Korea 017.001 Photograph Maria Kang's parents, Kang Dal Soo and Kang Su Yul (maiden name Chang).
Korea 017.002 Photograph Portrait of Maria Kang.
Korea 018.001 Photograph
Korea 018.002 Photograph
Korea 019.001 Photograph Korean War Veterans Memorial in Olympia, WA.
Korea 019.002 Photograph General Nam Pyo Park with two other veterans.
Korea 020.001 Photograph Nellie Im's grandfather Suk Nam Chi with 3 executives, possibly from General Motors.
1991.100.191 Photograph Japanese boy wearing kimono sitting in wicker chair in garden. Behind him is wooden fence, with bamboo horizonal bars.
Korea 020.002 Photograph From left to right: Nellie Im's grandparents, Suk Nam Chi and Up Soon Chi, with their friend/sponsor Mr. Robins.
Korea 021.001 Photograph Roldy Ablao's mother, In Ja Ablao, in Guam in the 1970s.
Korea 021.002 Photograph Roldy Ablao's mother, In Ja Ablao, in middle school prior to moving to Guam.
Korea 021.003 Photograph Roldy's parents, In Ja Ablao and Roldy Ablao.
Korea 022.001 Photograph Sahngnoksoo protesting the Free Trade Agreement.
Korea 022.002 Photograph Sahngnoksoo at a march circa 2010 or 2011 with API Unified, NW Bayan orgs (including Anakbayan, Pinay sa Seattle, Philippine-US Solidarity Organization and the Arts Kollective), and Tadaima.
Korea 023.001 Photograph Solomon Yun and students in his dojo.
Korea 024.001 Photograph David Kim and his family at Seatac airport on February 23, 1974. From David Kim: "Our family on the day we arrived in Seattle from Korea. It was February 23, 1974.My father immigrated to Seattle in 1972, and it was 2 years later in 1974 that the rest of the family joined him. I was 8 years old and I remember eating ice cream and running around the whole plane (a 747) during our flight (the plane was nearly empty). It was a Northwest Airlines flight with layover in Anchorage.My mother dressed the boys in matching outfits and the girls in matching outfits. We were all excited to be together with our father whom we haven't seen in 2 years. This photo was taken just minutes after we landed at Sea-Tac airport. My father drove us directly to Royal Fork Buffet (precursor to today's popular Old Country Buffet) in Wallingford neighborhood (the restaurant is now gone, replaced by a condo). A buffet was quite a spectacular treat for a boy from Korea (there was no such thing as a buffet in Korea). From the left are my father, my brother John (age 4), my sister Mary (age 6), me (age 8), my sister Susan (age 10), and my mother."
Korea 027.001 Photograph Korean Community Counseling Center's 4th year anniversary. Qwihee Lee is standing in the center (black and white dress) in front of two men. First row Left is Sonia Kim. Second from the right end is Buwon Brown.
Korea 027.002 Photograph Gary Locke in 2000, signing the senate bill that created Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. On the far left is local leader Rocky Kim.
1991.100.192 Photograph Japanese boy wearing checkered kimono sitting in a wicker chair in a garden. Flded fan in lap. Bamboo fence in the background.
Korea 027.003 Photograph Portrait of local Korean American leader Rocky Kim.
Korea 027.004 Photograph Korea Central Daily News articles about Tacoma effort to prevent LA riot-like event: 2 Sides join to avert conflicts over race Dec 17, 1991
Korea 027.005 Photograph 1928 Korean Nuns, Seattle photo
Korea 027.006 Photograph 1932, Korea Ladies Relief Society, Washington Bicentenniel Parade, Hawaii
Korea 027.007 Photograph Seattle Times article, 1974, Korean Ethnic Churches more prevalent here now.
Korea 027.008 Photograph The News Tribune, 1993 "A world of Services: KWA knows no bounds" featuring E.D. Lea Armstrong
Korea 027.009 Photograph 1890 - Seo Jae-Pil becomes first Korean to gain American citizenship. This 1928 article on Philip Jaison (Jan. 7, 1864 ? Jan. 5, 1951), the anglicized name used by Seo Jae-pil, a noted champion for Korea?s independence, becomes the first Korean to gain American citizenship in 1890
Korea 027.010 Photograph Images from Priscilla Choy.
Korea 027.011 Photograph Images from Priscilla Choy
Korea 027.012 Photograph Images from Priscilla Choy.
1988.006 Photo Album Leather-bound photo album with embroidered black velvet cover. A: Black leather souvenir photo album for U.S. Navy personnel, formerly belonging to Stanley T. Rice. The cover is embossed with stereotypical scenes of Asia. The central motifs include an American Bald Eagle with banner in beak which reads, "Memory of my China Cruise" and a ship's anchor with life ring lettered with, "U.S.N. Asiatic Fleet". Each of the four corners features a different port stop: "Hawaii", "China" , "Japan", "Philippines". In the lower left corner is a rickshaw, in the upper left a Chinese style dragon, in the upper right a Japanese pagoda, and in the lower right a double-sail sanpan. The pages of the scrapbook are black and feature a variety of black and white and tinted souvenir photographs. Photographs as follows: page one-- introduction to "My Oriental Album" belonging to Stanley T. Rice page 2 -- sampans page 3 -- U.S. destroyers resting along side "Harebour Chefoo" page 4 -- bridge and gate to temple complex page 4a - menu from H.Swee Hong Tea Room page 5 -- tinted photo of a temple (tea room?) page 6 -- photo of "To a Shipmate" poem page 7 -- photo of a harbor page 8 -- photo from town looking out to sea page 9 -- territorial view of town page 10 -- " view of town page 11 -- " view of town page 12 -- photo of 2 shops and light house page 13 -- photo of bay with ships page 14 -- photo of ships and sanpan page 15 -- territorial view of town page 16 -- view of bay, beach page 17 -- port of ? page 18 -- areial veiw of city page 19 -- photo of ships, smoke in background page 20 -- fleet of ships coming into port page 21 -- port city of ? page 22 -- photo of clock building (Air Mail Travel by CNAC) page 23 -- temple grounds page 24 -- port city of ? page 25 -- vicotrious monument in Peking port; Hokai Hekishora, Peking page 26 -- Hokai-Goryutei, Peking page 27 -- view of Chefoo page 28 -- beach view page 29 -- Scott's scrapbook page 30 -- photo of dragon page 31 -- temple photo page 32 -- pagoda photo page 33 -- temple page 34 -- temple page 35 -- three children sleeping page 36 -- three cats cartoon page 37 -- Great Wall of China page 38 -- Great Wall page 39 -- a dry martini... cartoon page 40 -- topless women carrying baskets on their heads page 41 -- topless woman carrying fruit on her head page 42 -- no photo page 43 -- the big Buddha at Tokyo page 44 -- man, mules and two women page 45 -- Hong Kong harbor page 46 -- Sanpans in water (note proportion discrepency) page 47 -- map of the Orient page 48 -- temple complex page 49 -- men paddling a "dragon" boat page 50 -- temple complex page 51 -- temple complex, boats in front page 52 -- temple complex page 53 -- honeymoon cartoon page 54 -- two children with boxing gloves cartoon page 55 -- 6 photos/ship 212 page 56 -- 6 photos of ships page 57 -- 6 photos/boating, beach, fishing, ricshaws, bike, garden page 58 -- 6 photos/territorial views, straw houses on stilts, boats page 59 -- 6 photos/temple complex page 60 -- 6 photos/children, temple, boat page 61 -- 6 photos/city views page 62 -- 6 photos/city and harbor views page 63 -- 6 photos/houses and dock views page 64 -- 6 photos/cannon, lighthouse, harbor views page 65 -- 6 photos/Nanking Rd, the Wing On Co. S'hai, Willow Tea House page 66 -- 6 photos/street scene, soldier, canon page 67 -- 6 photos/the Wing On Co. S'hai, Nanking Rd, Chinese junk page 68 -- 6 photos/city scenes, Chinese junk page 69 -- 6 photos/pagoda and sculptures page 70 -- 5 photos/pagoda and Great Wall page 71 -- 6 photos/temple gates, stautes, ornate boat page 72 -- 5 photos/Great Wall of China page 73 -- pagoda with archway, bridge page 74 -- 6 photos/building with boaters in front; woman on donkey page 75 -- 6 photos/military ships page 76 -- 4 photos/(2 missing) Siamese twins [body with two heads] page 77 -- 6 photos/ships; U.S.S. New Mexico at Panama Canal page 78 -- 6 photos/ships in combat page 79 -- 6 photos/landscapes, pagoda, boaters at sunset page 80 -- 6 photos/parade of sailors, ships at dock page 81 -- 6 photos/ships #218, 224, 222, 219 page 82 -- 6 photos/ships #217, 211, 226, 228 page 83 -- 6 photos/town with sea wall, ship at sunset page 84 -- 6 photos/scenery, peddlers, kids sleeping on a pig page 85 -- 6 photos/seaside town, rickshaws, church page 86 -- 6 photos/scenery, mounted cannons page 87 -- 5 photos/proofs, cafe, temple complex page 88 -- 6 photos/seaside town, mule carrying two men and baskets page 89 -- 5 photos/all missing page 90 -- ? photos/all missing page 91 -- 6 photos/deities page 92 -- 6 photos/deities page 93 -- 6 photos/six women in various poses (one clutching her purse) page 94 -- 6 photos/deities page 95 -- 6 photos/ six women in various poses (one in bathing suit) page 96 -- 6 photos/six women in various poses (one sitting next to a pool) B: Black velvet album cover with side snap closure and carrying handle. Cover is lined with pink and blue plaid silk and the edges are trimmed in red fabric. Embroidered on the front is a Chinese style dragon, a rickshaw, a pagoda, a sanpan, and a ship's anchor with "USN". In orange thread is embroidered, "S.T. Rice, U.S. Navy". The embroidered scenes are sewn withorange, brown, gray, yellow, green, black, purple and pink threads. On the back cover is a pair of crossed U.S. Flags with a Bald Eagle above stitched in similar colors.
1991.100.193 Photograph Japanese man seated in wicker chair, in garden. Wearing light colored kimono and bamboo fence is background. small tree and shrubs to right.
Korea 027.013 Photograph Undated article about Sonia Soona, who researched Korean immigration, including the story of her mother, who was a picture bride.
Korea 027.014 Photograph Undated article about Sonia Soona, who researched Korean immigration, including the story of her mother, who was a picture bride.
Korea 027.015 Photograph Mansung Salmunori at Seafair, 2011.
Korea 027.016 Photograph 1930, Sewing School Diploma, Lee Sung Hark, Royal Sewing School, Honolulu
Korea 027.018 Photograph Article: "Small in number but great in activities and ideals are Seattle's Koreans" Seattle Times, Feb. 8, 1959 "Seattle's Korean colony consists of some 50 persons, mostly students. Although their number is small, their activities and idealism are great..."
Korea 027.019 Photograph 1931, St Lukes Korean Mission Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
Korea 027.020 Photograph Tacoma News Article, Oct. 11, 1889: The State of Washington: Destined to Secure the Commerce of Asiatic Countries. "The Portland Oregonian, in publishing decriptive sketches of the four newly admitted states, has the following to say about Washington: The future new state of Washington lies in China, Japan and Corea. Its present is assured. The newest civilization in the world gazes across the Pacific into the fare of the oldest and offers its trade for the riches of an empire... The Asiatic coast imports yearly $300,000.00 of goods and the greater part of this trade is now absorbed."
Korea 028.001 Photograph From Annie Han: "My grandmother, Bok-Jae Park was a fortune teller for more than 30 years in I-Tae-Won, a neighborhood known in the 1970's & 80's as Seoul's red-light district. She consulted with many hundreds of people over the years, most of whom were facing some form of difficulty and desperately in need of advice and direction. She did this out of her small rental house and so I was witness to much of what occurred. I remember her writing out complex symbolic equations based on elaborate Buddhist reference texts and the analysis often spanned multiple pages. During her sessions she explained to her clients what they could expect on the road ahead. She also made small drawings on thin strips of rice paper bearing Chinese characters that were supposed to protect, deflect, invite, and capture all things they needed to make their lives better and their problems go away. It took place in her tiny room that could host no more than four people in sitting positions on the floor, which had a raised shrine that was set into the wall a few feet, lined with old scroll paintings, writings and two Buddhas (one large and one small). The smaller of the two was rumored to have a solid gold inside the Buddha- an unimaginable value to our household and a memory of the aristocratic North Korean family she married into before the war. There were many brass bowls of offerings immediately in front of the statues, filled with uncooked rice, beans, fruits, incense, and rice cakes. When there weren't any customers she was busy studying her books, polishing brass bowls and cutting rice papers & preparing red ink which she used to make the drawings with. My grandfather also used the shrine to meditate and there were always chants and murmurs that came from the room. My mom (her eldest daughter) took my sister and I to live with our new stepfather in Portland Oregon in 1982. I visited Korea once in 1991 and little had changed in the intervening nine years except my Grandfather had passed away and my Grandmother's youngest daughter had also died after a prolonged paralysis. The middle sister, my aunt, eventually married a GI in this period and also came to Oregon. With no immediate family left and her own health beginning to fail, she made the difficult decision to move to America as well- leaving behind her life, profession, language and her lifelong friends. Before leaving her apartment in Seoul, she packed all of her life's belongings into several boxes and two large trunks containing everything of value, including her Buddha statues, fortune telling texts, clothes, jewelry and everything from the shrine. All of this was to get free transit courtesy of the US military relocation services because her second daughter's husband was still serving military duty in Oregon. By the time she arrived in 1992, I was off to college and so Grandma was to stay in my old bedroom my parent's suburban Portland ranch house. In the years since leaving Korea, my Mom had converted to Christianity and when my Grandmother began packing her belongings, my mother was very insistent that she not bring any of the Buddhist artifacts. But my Grandmother was not about to let that stop her and we all knew that no one will succeed in telling her what to do. Inside the luggage that came on the plane, my Grandmother brought only a few personal items and photographs. It took a few months for the military boat shipment to arrive with the remaining boxes and crates containing everything else. When they did arrive, all that came were the small boxes containing only some fabrics, clothes and blankets. The two large crates containing the shrine artifacts and Buddhists text never arrived. Month after month we'd check with the shipping officials and nothing ever showed up. Beyond their report of missing shipments there was no further information- no tracking or accountability. My Mom and Stepdad did as much checking as they could, eventually gave in to the awful fate that they were lost or stolen. My sister and I were teenagers, too self absorbed and young to understand the Grandmother's incredible loss. We didn't make much of it until we noticed Grandmother becoming more reserved, eventually succumbing to an unshakable grief from the growing reality. She laid in bed?for months. Eventually, however, she did pull herself up and strangely, never spoke of it again. She never got to see her Buddha or touched her books again before she passed away with a liver cancer in 1995. Every once in a while I think about her during that time- how unbelievably devastated she much have been - that her spiritual treasures vanished in the transit across the ocean. Grandma, wherever you are now, I hope you found your golden Buddha and all the things that meant so much to you. "
NH 1.009 Print, photographic Lono Ohana Picture, laminated
NVC.005.001 Print, Photographic Location: Chambois Sector, France Original caption: Japanese-American troops climb into a truck as they prepare to move their bivouac area. 2nd Battalion, 442nd Combat Team, Chambois Sector. France. 10/14/44. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
1991.100.194 Photograph Japanese boy wearing striped cotton kimono and wooden geta, sitting on wicker chair in garden. Tall stone lantern and bamboo fence in the background.
NVC.005.002 Print, Photographic Location: Italy Original caption: Italy. Americans of Japanese descent, Infantrymen of the 442nd Regiment, run for cover as a German artillery shell is about to land outside the building. Fifth Army 4 April 1945. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.003 Print, Photographic Location: Livorno, Italy Original caption: Livorno Area, Italy. Moving into the center of Livorno are troops of the 100th Japanese-American Infantry, 34th Inf. Div., in a 6 x 6 truck. 5A. 19 July 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.004 Print, Photographic Location: France Original caption: St. Die Area, France. A squad leader looks for German movements in the valley 200 yards away. Snow, rain and mud make life miserable for these Japanese-American front line troops. Company "F", 2nd Battalion, 442nd Regiment (Combat Team). 13 Nov 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.005 Print, Photographic Location: Burma Original caption: Burma. Left, Tec Sgt. Herbert Miyasaki, Paauild, Hawaii, right, Tec Sgt. Akiji Yoshimira, Colusa, Cal., American-Japanese interpreter with Brig. Gen. Frank Merrill's Infantry troops in Northern Burma. 1 May 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.006 Print, Photographic Location: Italy Original caption: With the wreckage of Bighorn in the background, Lieut. Gen. Mark W. Clark, C. G., Fifth Army, and Sec. of the Navy James V. Forrestal inspect troops from the 100th Infantry Battalion composed of Americans of Japanese descent. The troops were present as a guard of honor for the Secretary. Italy, 9 August 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.007 Print, Photographic Location: Minidoka incarceration camp, Idaho This memorial service was held for a Nisei soldier who was killed in action on July 5, 1944, in the Rome-Arno Campaign. He was an alumnus of Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee
NVC.005.008 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington This memorial service was held at the Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery in Seattle, Washington. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee
NVC.005.009 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington In the late 1940s, Seattle hosted the National Oriental Basketball Tournament with teams competing from Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, Illinois and Vancouver, BC. Games like this one were played at the Seattle University Gymnasium. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee (Photographer George Morihiro)
NVC.005.010 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington This NVC sponsored Little League team, the Yankees, won the Central League division in 1953 and featured four players who were selected to the league All-Star Team. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee
NVC.005.011 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington This event was held at the Rainier Brewery in Seattle, Washington. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee (Photographer Elmer Ogawa)
1991.100.195 Photograph Japanese lady in summer kimono seated in wicker chair in garden. Large stone lantern in back and small trees, her chair rests on round flat stone.
NVC.005.012 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington The three men pictured are (L to R): Senator Henry Jackson, Nisei Veterans Reunion Chairman Shiro Kashino, Congressman Spark Matsunaga. Congressman Matsunaga was the keynote speaker at the reunion event held at Seattle's Olympic Hotel. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee (Photographer Elmer Ogawa)
NVC.005.013 Print, Photographic Location: Seattle, Washington Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee 1964 Reunion Committee. The photograph was taken at the Nisei Veterans Committee Hall in Seattle, Washington. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee
NVC.005.014 Print, Photographic Location: Brescia, Italy Original caption: Breacia Area, Italy. S/Sgt. George Y. Fujino, Los Angeles, Calif., of Company "C", 100th Battalion, of the 442nd Infantry Regiment, looks over German clothing and equipment at the Fifth Army enemy concentration area. 18 May 1945. The correct spelling of the location is Brescia. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.015 Print, Photographic Location: Castleforte, Italy Original caption: Company B, 100th Bn. 34th Division, Hawaiian American troops of Japanese ancestry leave the line for regimental reserve after 16 days in the Battle for Leghorn. U.S. Fifth Army. 15 July 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.016 Print, Photographic Location: Kahului, Hawaii Original caption: Kahului, Maui. T. H. Major Lloyd C. Kaapana, CO, 3rd DN., 442 Inf. Regt., delivers an address during the ceremony activating company F, 442nd Inf. Regt. in the Organized Reserve Corps. 11 October 1945. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.017 Print, Photographic Location: Saint-Die, France Original caption: St. Die Area, France. Lt. Joseph W. Hill of Pine Bluff, Ark., commanding unit of the Japanese-American Team now in action against the Germans, discussing enemy positions with a member of his unit. Company"F", 2nd Battalion, 442nd Regiment (Combat Team). 13 Nov 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.018 Print, Photographic Location: North Africa Original caption: North Africa Theater. S/Sgt. Wallace Maeda, supply sergeant of Company F, 2nd Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment. Sergeant Maeda, a Japanese in the U.S. Army, served two years in the U.S. Army before Pearl Harbor. 1943. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.019 Print, Photographic Location: Chambois, France Original caption: Chambois Area, France. Americans of Japanese descent of the 442nd Combat Team, 100th Infantry Battalion in bivouac prepare to go into the front lines for their first contact with the Germans in France. Pfc. Paul W. Hasegawa, Honokaa, Hawaii eats chow. Seventh Army. 12 October 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.020 Print, Photographic Location: Charmois, France Original caption: Charmois Area, France. Americans of Japanese descent of the 442nd Combat Team, 100th Inf. Bn., in bivouac prepare to go into the front lines for their first contact with the Germans in France. Here Pfc. Billy S. Takaezu, 1254 Hall St., Honolulu, hangs out his laundry to dry. U.S. Seventh Army. 12 October 1944. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
NVC.005.021 Print, Photographic Location: Saint-Die, France Original caption: A Japanese-American mortar crew at their position, somewhere in France. One of the crew drops an 81 mm shell into the barrel of the mortar. Combat team, 2nd Bn., H Co. 11/17/44. 442nd Regt. St. Die area. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
1991.100.196 Photograph Japanese lady in stripe kimono sitting on wicker chair in garden. Behind her is high bamboo fence and small trees.
NVC.005.022 Print, Photographic Location: Leghorn, Italy Original caption: Units of the 2nd and 3rd Bns., 442nd Japanese-American Combat Team pass in review before Lt. Gen. Lucian K. Truscott, Jr., CO, U.S. Fifth Army, after he has awarded them with the Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation at Yankee Stadium, Leghorn, Italy. 9/4/45. Courtesy of the Seattle Nisei Veterans Committee and the U.S. Army
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