Japanese American women [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- California -- Florin [lcsh]; Young Womens' Basketball Association (Florin, Calif.) [aacr2]; Basketball teams -- California -- Florin -- History [lcsh]; Women basketball players [lcsh];
Guests at a tea gathering are expected to bring a number of small items with them: folded white paper (kaishi); a yoji; fukusa, kobukusa; kochakin in a small case; and a folding fan (sensu). These items, with the exception of the sensu, are kept...
"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
United States. Army. Women's Army Corps -- History [lcna]; World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Japanese American [lcsh]; Japanese American women [lcsh]; Dakuzaku, Toshiko Julia [aacr2];
Photograph from Mary Tsuruko Dakusaku Tsukamoto's photograph collection. Chosei Taro Dakuzaka married Kame Yoshinaga in 1904. Chosei Taro Dakuzaka immigrated to the United States in 1904. His wife joined him 13 years later. Their six children...
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...
Japanese American women -- History [lcsh]; World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Japanese American [lcsh]; Women soldiers -- United States [lcsh]; United States. Army. Women's Army Corps -- History [lcna]
Women in uniform posed in front of barrack. Flag with WAC and other writing, white letters on dark background.