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Identity and values

Hiroki Kimiko Keaveney Interview Segment 8

Coming to terms with personal identity
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Diana Morita Cole Interview Segment 19

Considering issues of identity while living in Canada
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[Suit]

Vintage portrait of a Kawase family member in a suit. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-064
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Letter from Larry Tajiri to Margaret Anderson, editor of Common Ground

Discussion of an article about the Manazanar riot/uprising.
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Letter to Larry Tajiri from Margaret Anderson, editor of Common Ground

The author praises Larry Tajiri's work running the Pacific Citizen, discusses an article on the Manzanar riot/uprising, and requests he stop using the term "the American Japanese."
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Issei men in feudal Japanese costumes

Caption by Homer Yasui: "A group of Issei men dressed in feudal Japanese costumes These ancient Japanese costumes represented the samurai, and possibly some of the entourage of a daimyo (a samurai lord); some of the priestly class; the artisan class represented by men in workmen's clothing and carrying framing …
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Issei man at house of Japanese Consul General

Caption by Homer Yasui: "Portrait of Senichi Tomihiro He's standing on a sloping lawn in front of a fine house, and in front of this house is a tall white flagstaff. The flag on the staff could be the Japanese rising sun flag. If it is, then that house probably …
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Man wearing a sugegasa and mino

Unidentified man wearing a sugegasa (conical hat) and mino (straw raincoat).
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Japanese writing over a memorial table

Possibly part of a Shinto memorial service.
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Issei men in feudal Japanese costumes

Caption by Homer Yasui: "A group of Issei men dressed in feudal Japanese costumes These ancient Japanese costumes represented the samurai, and possibly some of the entourage of a daimyo (a samurai lord); some of the priestly class; the artisan class represented by men in workmen's clothing and carrying framing …
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