Concentration camps -- Utah [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Central Utah Relocation Center -- Pictorial works [lcna]; Painting [lcsh]; Prisoners as artists [lcsh]; Barracks [lcsh];
Charles Mikami was born in Hiroshima, Japan 1901, and began studying sumi-e painting at the age of fourteen. In 1919 he immigrated to Seattle. He and his family were interned first in Tule Lake and later transferred to Topaz. During incarceration,...
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Tea making paraphernalia [lcsh];
Winter hearth (okiro) designed to be used in circumstances when the ro cannot be set flush in the tatami floor. It is placed in the same position within the tearoom as the sunken hearth but stands on top of the tatami.
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Tea making paraphernalia [lcsh]; Shigaraki pottery [lcsh]
This shape of mizusashi or fresh water jar is used in a particular tea procedure known as nakaoki, which occurs only in the last few weeks of October. As the chill of winter approaches (by Japanese reckoning winter runs from November through...
Japanese tea ceremony [lcsh]; Tea making paraphernalia [lcsh]
This shape of fresh water container (hosomizusashi) was devised to be used during the last two weeks of October. With the winter season beginnning in November, the narrow mouth and thin shape reduce the guests' impression of cold water, while the...
"A bibliography of titles in the California State University, Sacramento, Library."
Vols for 1969-1972 issued by the University under its earlier name: Sacramento State College
Vols. for 1969- compiled by John Liberty