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Photography

Aiko Studio

Aiko Studio, located in Seattle's Nihonmachi area, was one of several photography studios that catered to the Japanese American community before World War II.
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Japanese American organization

Photograph taken by James M. Amano, 3208 35th Ave So., Seattle, Washington
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Crossroads, Vol. 1, No. 42 (March 18, 1949)

Selected article titles: "Negroes, Chinese Oppose ENI" (p.1), "Evacuation Claims Questions, Answers" (p.2), "Toyo San: Saga of Senbei to Smart Photography" (p.3), "Mr. Watanabe Builds His Dream House" (p.11).
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Portrait of family

Caption beneath the photograph in the album "Mr Hiyama and family 1929 Sept.". Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackon Studio Seattle".
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Portrait of a couple

Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackson Studio Seattle". The caption beneath the photograph in the album is written in Japanese.
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Portait of a couple

Stamped in the bottom right hand corner "Jackson Studio Seattle".
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Aiko Studio's collage of the babies photographed over 1917


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Portrait of a young man

Alfred Eijiro Tatsumi. Photo taken at Judkins Studio, on 2nd and Columbia.
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Kuroko Studio envelope

Photograph envelope with a total of $1.00 and advertisement for Ansco Film.
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Mr. Kako Murosako

Oral history interview with Mr. Kako Murosako. Information on the oral history project is found in: csuf_stp_0012A; Glossary in: csuf_stp_0014. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: FCPL Murosako, Mr Kako
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