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Houston,Jeanne Wakatsuki

East First Street the hub of Japanese American community

Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston December 27, 2005

East First Street was very…the center, the hub of Japanese American community. Everybody came there. …

Kaji,Frances Midori Tashiro

Finding out about her father's case

Frances Midori Tashiro Kaji September 21, 2009

We have it in a textbook at home, it's Jordan vs. Tashiro, that's all I …


Memories of the Japanese Hospital (English/Japanese)

Yoshiko Inose February 3, 2010

(English/Japanese) I think it was 1917. Spain Flu was all over the world. That’s why …


The Closing of the Japanese Hospital (English / Japanese)

Yoshiko Inose February 3, 2010

(English/Japanese) Inose Inosuke and wife went back to Japan in 1935 after the hospital was …


Japanese Hospital: My Father & Mother

Margaret Kuroiwa February 3, 2010

Yes I do recall the Japanese Hospital on the First and Fickett I guess there …

Todd,Kathryn Doi

Opening Up Shop in Little Tokyo

Kathryn Doi Todd July 10, 2012

I felt very connected to Little Tokyo. I had been going there all my life, …

Horikiri,Edward Toru


Edward Toru Horikiri January 31, 2012

Edward Toru Horikiri. I was born in 1929, November 2nd, in Little Tokyo, at 305 …


Nomo Press Conference

Margaret Narumi December 20, 2013

Well, Nomo-san being signed by the Dodgers is probably what differentiated him from signing with …


Opening of Sushi Gen in Little Tokyo (Japanese)

Toshiaki Toyoshima April 16, 2016

(Japanese) And I worked there (at Tokyo Kaikan) for another three years, and before I …


FBI agents came to the house while parents were gone

Mitsuye Yamada August 7, 2018

And so on that Sunday, he had met – he was meeting his Senryu kai …

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