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Los Angeles

The Newell Star, Vol. III, No. 1 (January 4, 1946)

Selected article titles: "Fire Destroys Tri-State Gym New Year's Eve" (p. 1), "Renunciant Hearings to Begin Next Week" (p. 1), and "In Los Angeles Area: Use of Hostels Instead of FPHA Projects Urged" (p. 2).
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The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 28 (September 7, 1944)

Selected article titles: "LA Police Drops Judo Training from Curriculum" (pp. 1-2), "Response Favorable on Job Termination Policy" (p. 1), and "Renunciation Bill Under Review--Myer" (p. 1).
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Grand opening of the Chop Suey House restaurant

Proprietor Iwao Kuroishi.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 78, No. 10 (March 15, 1974)

Selected article titles: "Little Tokyo Redevelopment: $4 Million Bunka Kaikan Planned" (p. 1), "Minnihon Arts Center: The Twins Cities' Newest" (p. 3), and "Chicago JACL: Kitano: Of 'A Middidle-Man Minority'" (p. 4).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2034 (March 16, 1979)

Selected article titles: "United Way Help Sought for Asians in L.A." (p. 1), "Japan America Societies Form Nat'l Assn." (pp. 1, 3), "Only West Coast Public Official to Condemn Evacuation Proposal" (p. 3), and "Rohwer Revisited, Locals Wonder Why" (p. 8).
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Importing

Tsutakawa Company photo

Tsutakawa Company was an import-export business located in Seattle. Back row (L to R): Masao Tsutakawa, Thomas Tsutakawa, Masuo Tsukinari, Mr. Y. Shimada, Mr. H. Tahara, Toshio Shima, Mina Kimura, Frank Kubo, Shozo Wakamatsu, Marion Tsutakawa, Yuzuru Omi. Front row (L to R): Bob Tsutakawa, Mrs. Kubo, Hideko Tsutakawa, Mrs ...
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Japs' Conviction Here Reversed (June 1, 1944)

The Seattle Daily Times, June 1, 1944, p. 13
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Furuya Company building

Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
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Furuya Co. employee with truck

Frank Kubo, a Furuya Company employee, stands in front of the company truck. Furuya Co. was an import export company based in Seattle, which provided a large percentage of Japanese goods consumed in the Northwest.
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Issei men in office

(translated caption): First shipment at Nishimura office.
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