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Hiroshima Kenjinkai

Celebration commemorating the establishment of the Hiroshima Kenjinkai, or Hiroshima prefectural organization. (Identification on front of the photograph.)
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Tom Akashi Interview Segment 6

Childhood memories of Mount Eden, California: kenjinkai picnics, father is community's Japanese school teacher
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Ruby Inouye Interview Segment 11

Discussion of prewar kenjinkai activities
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James Sakamoto Interview Segment 3

Prewar community activities: picnics, theater, baseball

This interview was conducted by the Japanese American Museum of San Jose, and is part of a project entitled "Lasting Stories: The Resettlement of San Jose Japantown," a collaborative project between the Japanese American Museum of San Jose and Densho.
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Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. II No. 42 (October 16, 1943)

Selected article titles: "An American's Return to American Way of Life" (p. 1), "Center Enters Important New Phase of Existence With Segregation Over" (p. 1), "New Rules Made for Camp Visits" (p. 2), "Editorial: After 52 Weeks" (p. 4), "Resettlement Said Greatest Adventure to Beckon Nisei" (p. 4), "Local ...
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Shiga kenjinkai picnic


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May Y. Namba Interview Segment 6

Religion as a child; father's involvement in community activities
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Kiyo Maruyama Interview Segment 15

Memories of kenjinkai picnics

This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department ...


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Fumiko Uyeda Groves Segment 39

Involvement helping visitors from Japan through the Nikkeijinkai
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Hiroshi Kashiwagi Interview Segment 6

Father's role within the Japanese American community
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