World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Japanese American [lcsh]; World War, 1939-1945 -- Military intelligence; Aiso, John [aacr2]
Pvt. John Aiso was recruited as the chief instructor of the 4th Army Intelligence school that opened in a converted hangar at Crissy Field in the Presido of San Francisco. They added Akira oshida, Shig Kihara, Tetsuo Imagawa, among others to the...
World War, 1939-1945 -- Reparations [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- California -- Florin [lcsh]; Tsukamoto, Al [aacr2]; Tsukamoto, Mary [aacr2]; Japanese American Citizens' League [lcna]; Marutani, Judge [aacr2];
Most likely Florin Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) honoring leaders in Washington pushing for redress.
Yasui, Minoru, 1916-; Japanese American Citizens League; Japanese American Citizens League. National Committee for Redress; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Quotations; Mineta, Norman Yoshio, 1931--Quotations; Fujioka, Mollie
Minoru Yasui was a long-time civil rights activist and redress leader died of cancer. Statements made by Mollie Fujiioka of JACL, National JACL, NCRR, Matsui and Mineta. Includes photograph of Yasui.
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Implements, utensils, etc. [lcsh];
The yoji, a pick for eating moist sweets, is one of the standard items a guest brings to the tearoom. Here, the yoji is sheathed in a slipcase in gold brocade (kinran) fabric decorated with a pattern incorporating plum, tortoise shell, and bamboo...
Yoshihashi, Setsu Kawata [aacr2]; Japanese American women -- California [lcsh]; Japanese American business enterprises -- California [lcsh]; Laundry -- Equipment and supplies [lcsh]
Can used to blow water lightly onto clothes for pressing. This was used by Setsu Kawata Yoshihashi (1896-1993), who started a laundry business with her husband in Hollywood, California, between the years 1915-1922. During hard times, she would do...