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Ketchikan Japanese Language School

Photograph of students and teachers outside the Ketchikan Japanese Language School. Everyone is wearing crafted hats. Identified front row left to right: Pat Hagiwara, Alice Togo, unidentified, Bert Kimura, Helen Nakashima, Irene Kimura, Ruth Tomo Ohashi, Jim Tatsuda, rest unidentified. Top row: unidentified, Charlie Tatsuda, Mary Ohashi, rest unidentified.
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Layton Japanese School

Front (L to R): Tak Satomura, Mas Miyagishima, Mits Satomura, Shig Satomura, Jim Yamane, John Kikuchi, Toshiye Nishida, Haruye Kosaiku, Yaeko Kosaiku, Kimiye Satomura, Hayashi sensei, Fumi Kikuchi, Ruth Imada, Uta Tsujimoto, Masao Oda, Jane Nakaishi, Chiyo Oda, Hisaye Kariya. 2nd row (L to R): Yori Kosaiku, Tamao Kariya, George …
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U.S.-Japanese Schools Likely To Stay Closed (January 27, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 27, 1942, p. 22
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Family Lives in Jap School (July 15, 1943)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 15, 1943, p. 14
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Classes Held At Japanese School Here (December 8, 1941)

The Seattle Daily Times, December 8, 1941, p. 13
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Nippon School Here is Closed (December 9, 1941)

The Seattle Daily Times, December 9, 1941, p. 2
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, Vol. 22 (May 29, 1964)

Selected article titles: "Treaty Merchants Charge State Bias against Students" (p.1), "Honolulu Realtors Support Civl Rights Bill Objectives" (p.1), "Negro Equality Fight Likened to Problem Once Facing Nise" (p.1-2), "Supreme Court Tells Prince Edward Cty. to Reopen Schools" (p.3).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 59, Vol. 10 (September 4, 1964)

Selected article titles: "BCA Ministers Stand Firm on 'No' Vote on 14" (p.1), "I&NS Records Show 42,980 Issei Citizens" (p.1), "In Not-too-Distant Future Dan May Be U.S. 'Veep' Candidate" (p.1), "Chicago JACL Offers Adult Nihongo Class" (p.4), "Yen Deposit Claims Attorney Visits D.C." (p.4).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 4 (January 22, 1965)

Selected article titles: "History Project Schedule in Four Areas Tightened" (p.1), "Johnson Asks Removal of Racial Bars in Immigration" (p.1-2), "First Japanese in Denver Reputed to Be 'Pleasure Girls' Imported by Chinese" (p.1-2), "One or More Health Insurance Policies" (p.2), "CREA Will Oppose Any Attempt to Kill Prop. 14 Victory" …
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, Vol. 16 (April 17, 1964)

Selected article titles: "Problem Confronting JACL on Yen Deposit Claims Aired" (p.1-2), "D.C. JACLers Busy on Civil Rights Front" (p.1), "PSW-JACL Major Medical Health Plan Coverage, Limitations, Rates" (p.2, 4), "Nihongo Schools in California to Organize" (p.4).
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