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    [Mr. and Mrs. Niiyama and Fujie, Tacoma]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: 2009.20.68A
    Call Number: 2009.20.68A
    Black and white photographic image, a studio portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Niiyama and daughter Fujie, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, ca. 1915. Mrs. Niiyama, wearing a dress and a large hat is seated, and Mr. Niiyama is standing. Fujie, stands between them with her hand resting on her mother's. Yamane Family Collection
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    Interior of Alaska Restaurant, Seattle WA
    Creation Date: 1907-1908
    Catalog ID: 2009.20.12
    Black and white image, 1909, of Yoshi and Moriichi Yamane, Japanese Americans, standing behind a table in the Alaska Restaurant, 113 West Main St., Seattle, WA. Both wear aprons. Four bottles of liquid seasoning in a holder, salt, pepper, napkins in a glass, and small items in a serving dish are on the dining table in the foreground. A wood stove is in photo right. A customer's back is in left foreground, and another sits in the background. Yamane Family Collection.
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    The light from within: Following the art of Paul Horiuchi
    Creation Date: 2000
    Catalog ID: 2002.89.1
    Call Number: PAM-A/979./777245/N145L/2000
    12 p.; ill., photos; 33 cm.; Publication to accompany exhibit ''Paul Horiuchi'' which ran March 9 through June 11, 2000, at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Co-sponsored by the INternational Examiner and the Museum of Northwest Art.
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    Collection Item 24247
    Creation Date: ca. 1935
    Catalog ID: 2001.141.1.9
    Call Number: 2001.141.1.9
    Graduation portrait of Kiyoko Yoshida upon her graduation from Vashon High School. She wears a commencement mortar board and gown.
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    [Students from Vashon High School]
    Creation Date: ca. 1932
    Catalog ID: 2001.141.1.3
    Call Number: 2001.141.1.3
    Scene of students of Vashon High School, including boys and girls, 2 Japanese-American girls, and 1 boy, gathered on the steps outside a door of the building. An older man stands amidst the group.
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    Fujii Hotel : Hotel Yakima, Hotel Tacoma
    Creation Date: 1914
    Catalog ID: 2009.42.2
    Call Number: EPH/979.777245/F955f/1914
    Illustrated postcard (9x14 cm.) featuring illustrations of three Seattle hotels, 1914. Except for hotel names and addresses, all printed writing is in Japanese characters. Illustrations are in bright pink. Handwritten name and address (to Mr. S. Oye in Hillsdale, Oregon) are in English; message side consists of a few handwritten Japanese characters and numerous printed ones. Hotels are Fujii Hotel, Hotel Yakima, and Hotel Tacoma, all in Seattle. Ephemera.
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    Seattle transformed: World War II to Cold War
    Creation Date: c1999
    Catalog ID: 2001.100.127
    Call Number: 979.7771/B457se/1999/v.3
    327 p.; ill., maps; 23 cm.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-307) and index. (Seattle in the 20th century, v. 3).
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    Collection Item 109157
    Creation Date: Jun. 9, 1929
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.B20984
    Call Number: 1957.64.B20984
    Black and white image of 14 Japanese American women, members of the Japanese Girls Club, and Rev. J. Yukawa, sitting on chairs and standing in front of the Buddhist Church, 1717 Fawcett Ave., Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, June 9, 1929. Sitting in front row, from left to right, Takako Tomita; Sarah (Nakao) Sugimoto; Mari Nishioka; Mineko Takeda; Rev. J. Yukawa; Kazuko Nishioka; Chiyoko Kawai; Asako Kodama; Kiyoko Sato. Standing in second row, from left to right, Yoneko Nomura; unidentified; Martha (Sakamoto) Yoshioka; Sakae Kubo; Hisako Takeda; unidentified.
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    [Suji Yamasaki]
    Creation Date: ca. 1925
    Catalog ID: 1989.18.24
    Sepia, ca. 1925, oval studio portrait of upper torso and head of student Suji Yamasaki, taken for the Japanese Language School of Tacoma, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA.
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    Lunch at the Rainbow in Auburn 1938
    Creation Date: 1938
    Catalog ID: S1991.37.89
    Call Number: S1991.37.89
    Black and white image of a group of men having lunch at the Rainbow Cafe in Auburn, King County, WA. The men, seated around a table, are identified as Hogue, Fusako Yoshioka (woman?), Sakahara, Larry Leroy, Bill Shaw, Joe. Yasumura, and Harry Kuramoto. Floyd Oles Collection