Japanese American families
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Kobata Family Photographs
This collection includes digitized photographs and a commemorative photo album related to the Kobata family. Images in the collection include the Kobata Nursery in Los Angeles, plants at the nursery, tour photographs of Japan, and portraits of the Kobata family. All of the items in this collection have been digitized and are available online.
George Nakano Family Papers
This collection contains books, booklets, proposals, printed newspaper articles, ephemera, and digitzed scrapbooks related to George Nakano, former Assemblymember and Torrance City Council member. Subjects include the Jerome and Tule Lake incarceration camps, the Nakano family, and George Nakano's political career. This collection contains digitized materials.
Ninomiya Studio Collection
James H. Osborne Nisei Collection
Dale Ann Sato Collection
Sumi Family Manzanar Photographs
The Sumi Family Manzanar Photographs includes two digitized photographs from the Sumi family, who were forceably removed to the Manzanar incarceration camp during World War II. Some of the material in this collection is digitized and available online.
Takahashi Family Papers
Terminal Island Personal Histories Collection
The Terminal Island Personal Histories Collection features one transcribed oral history, one autobiography, and one possible rough draft edition of a book entitled, "Terminal Island: An Island in Time, Collection of Personal Histories of Former Islanders 1994-1995". All of the materials in this are available online.
Udo and Sasashima Family Papers
This collection contains kensho mawashi (sumo ceremonial belt), wooden bird pins, books, and photographs. Photographs in the collection include images of sumo wrestlers, sumo wrestling tournaments and events, photographs from Los Angeles, and family photographs in the United States and Japan.
Wada Family Photographs
The Wada family photographs features two negatives and ten pre-World War II images of mainly the Wada family as well as some images of members from the Ushijima family. Most of the items in this collection have been digitized and are available online.