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Seattle

Issei working at greenhouse

This farm and greenhouse complex was located at 85th and Latona in the Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle. The flowers and vegetables grown here were sold at the Public Market.
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Celery harvesting

This issei-run celery field was located at North 100th Street and Meridian in Seattle.
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Girls of the Japanese Students Club

Female members of the Lincoln High School Japanese Students Club posing for a photo. The club held Japanese dances, tea ceremonies, and other activities. Back row (L to R): Mariko Kumasaka, Michiko Nakawatase, Esther Kambe, Satoko Abe, Alice Ota, Ella Ota, Margaret Akiyama, Cherry Tanaka. Front row (L to R ...
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Man and girl at Oriental Market

This market was located in the Greenwood area of Seattle. (L to R): Mr. Sakai, Mariko Kumasaka.
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The Japanese American Citizens League

Roger Daniels Interview Segment 4

The role of the Japanese American Citizens League after the bombing of Pearl Harbor (audio only)

This interview is audio-only. It contains raw footage used by Steven Okazaki in his 1985 film Unfinished Business.

This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the Interior ...


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Roger Daniels Interview Segment 6

Japanese American community response to the Japanese American Citizens League (audio only)

This interview is audio-only. It contains raw footage used by Steven Okazaki in his 1985 film Unfinished Business.

This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Any ...


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Jun Kurumada Interview Segment 11

Establishment of the Reimeikai, a precursor to the Japanese American Citizens League in Utah
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Community publications

"Board Adopts Memorial"


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Editorial: "Let's Obey Order Loyally"


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Editorial: "Must Look to Future"


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