Japanese Americans -- Portraits
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: WA Photos 1271
Overview: Photograph albums compiled by Makiko Ichiyasu of life in southern California, 1922-1945. Depicted are Ichiyasu, relatives, and acquaintances, as well as Young Women’s Christian Association events. Identified locations include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Watsonville, Sonora, and Russian River. One album documents Ichiyasu’s travels to Hawaii with YWCA acquaintances (Box 3); another documents her travels with friends to Arizona and Utah (Box 5). Multiple photographs appear to have been taken in...
Call Number: WA Photos 1276
Overview: 5 photograph albums compiled by Harry Hideo Matsukane and 1 photograph album compiled by Bernice Kazuko Nagai Matsukane of their lives in California, circa 1928-1939. Depicted are relatives, classmates, and other acquaintances (many of whom are identified). Photographs compiled by Harry Matsukane were primarily taken in Santa Ana, California, and are chiefly of athletic events, parades, and family automobiles. An album from 1936-1937 documents his travels in Japan to Nakatsugawa, Yawatahama,...
Dates: circa 1928-1939
Photographs Related to the United States Military Intelligence Service and Japanese American Soldiers in the Philippines and Japan
Call Number: WA Photos 1336
Overview: Photographs created and collected by Henry Hiroshi Harada that document places and activities related to his service as a photographer for the Military Intelligence Service of the United States Army at the Luzon Prisoner of War Camp No. 1 in the Philippines as well as at Camp Zama, Japan, 1945-1946, as well as portraits of Japanese American soldiers and other military personnel. The collection also includes photographs collected by Harada, 1945-1946.
Dates: 1945-1946, 1945-1946