Photography

Rose Test Garden

Color slide of the Rose Test Garden in Washington Park. Rows of various types of rose bushes can be seen across the image. Five other visitors can be seen looking at the various rose bushes. According to donor processed on June 14, 1964.
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Unidentified Nisei Model

Black and white photographic negative of an unidentified Nisei model sitting on the ground with her legs bent to the left smiling slightly for the camera.
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Corral

Color slide of five horses inside a wooden corral. Two horses stand to the left with backs to the camera, others laying inside the corral on the ground. Outside of the corral is lined with straw. According to donor processed on June 20, 1951.
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Picnic

Black and white photographic negative of an unidentified Nisei woman sitting at a picnic table with her eyes closed.
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At the Beach

Black and white photographic negative of Rose Haruye (Muramatsu) Ouchida standing on the beach with her hands on her hips.
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Exhibitions

Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 24 (December 13, 1974)

Selected article titles: "Gov. Ariyoshi Inaugurated" (p. 1), "Racism in Canada Heats Debate" (p. 1), "Gov. Ariyoshi's Inaugural" (p. 2), and "'Executive Order 9066' Exhibit Stirs Reactions in Stockton Paper's Forum" (p. 3).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 122, No. 4 (February 16-29, 1996)

Selected article titles: "JACL Convention: Host City San Jose Features Japantown Rich with History" (p. 1), "In Indiana, Immigration, Internment Exhibit Gets Good Reviews" (p. 4), "'Brick-Laying' Dedicates Japanese American Museum's Phase II Pavilion Site in Los Angeles" (p. 5), and "Books: Sugihara's Heroism in Saving Jews Chronicled by His ...
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Kiosk 5 panel C

The Way It Was exhibit's fifth kiosk, panel C as it appeared on display.
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Kiosk 1 panel C

The Way It Was exhibit's first kiosk, panel C as it appeared on display.
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Kiosk 2 panel B

The Way It Was exhibit's second kiosk, panel B as it appeared on display.
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