Asian American legislators; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Photographs; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Death and burial; Funeral rites and ceremonies;
U.S. Representative Robert T. Matsui lies in state in the California State Capitol building rotunda. Robert T. Matsui passed on January 1, 2005. He was elected to Congress in 1978 and served 14 two-year terms.
Higashioka, George [aacr2]; Concentration Camps -- Arizona [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Japanese American women [lcsh]; Poston Relocation Center (Poston, Ariz.) [lcna];
George Higashioka was a business manager for the Poston school [?].
Japanese American business enterprises -- California -- Sacramento [lcsh]; Advertisements [lcsh]; Hamai Drug Store [aacr2]
The portfolio has envelopes to hold documents. It reads "Hamai Kaishundo Sacramento, Calif." It was given out by Hamai Drug Store when moving from 3rd Street between L and M Streets to the Taketa Building on 4th and M (Capitol) Streets, Sacramento,...
Japanese Americans -- California -- Marysville [lcsh]; Japanese American business enterprises [lcsh]; Japanese American families [lcsh]; Nakamura Company [aacr2]
The company's address was 208 Oak Street, Marysville. The company was a San Francisco Japanese import company that brought Japanese goods to the Marysville area by train. Nakamura picked up orders at the train depot (6th and A Street) and made...
Japanese Americans -- California -- Sacramento County [lcsh]; Young Men's Association (Calif.) [aacr2]; Young Women's Association (Calif.) [aacr2]; Japanese Americans -- Social life and customs [lcsh];
Between 1900 and 1910, Japanese began to buy property and establish farms, vineyards, and orchards. All-Japanese communities developed in agricultural areas in central California, including Florin in Sacramento County (which the Japanese called...