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Japanese plantation family
Japanese plantation family

Original capation: "Japanese family near Honoka'a, island of Hawaii, ca. 1899."
A Pictorial History of the Japanese in Hawai'i ...>>
 

Japanese soldiers in segregated company of the U.S. National Guard of Hawaii
Japanese soldiers in segregated company of the U.S. National Guard of Hawaii

Original capation: "838 Japanese accepted into "Japanese Company" (Company D) of the National Guard of Hawaii "to ...>>
 

Japanese from Hawaii who joined the Army
Japanese from Hawaii who joined the Army

Japanese from Hai, Hawaii who entered the Army during World War I, ca. 1917. United Japanese Society. ...>>
 

Issei ROTC High School Cadets
Issei ROTC High School Cadets

Original capation: "Issei ROTC High School Cadets, Honolulu, Hawaii, ca. 1920."
Go For Broke ...>>
 

Children in front of Japanese Primary School
Children in front of Japanese Primary School

Original capation: "The first Japanese Primary School on O'ahu, with its founder, Rev. Takie Okumura, in kimono, 1896.
Rev. Okumura was inspir ...>>
 

Japanese businessmen at desks
Japanese businessmen at desks

Original capation: "Businessmen, ca. 1920. With 100,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans living in the West Coast states in 1920, there were many opportunitites f ...>>
 

Japanese businessman, in tailor shop
Japanese businessman, in tailor shop

"C. Takahashi," and "Yokohama Fine Tailoring Suits made to Order" ...>>
 

Japantown prior to Japanese-American evacuation
Japantown prior to Japanese-American evacuation

Sacramento, CA. "The Sportsman Shop" ...>>
 

Iino family in front of house
Iino family in front of house

Fresno, CA, ca. 1920.
On steps, from left to right: Sho Iino, youngest son; Taki Iino, mother; Ryo Iino, third son; Jinnai Iino, father.
On porch, from ...>>
 

Japanese family laundry
Japanese family laundry

"Japanese family laundry, San Mateo, CA, 1917."
Go For Broke ...>>
 

"Japs Keep Moving - This is a White Man's Neighborhood."
"Japs Keep Moving - This is a White Man's Neighborhood."
Woman pointing to sign displayed above porch.
Signs in front window:
"Japs Keep Out"
"Member Hollywood Protective Association" ...>>
 

"No Japs in Our Schools / Citizens' Mass Meeting"
"No Japs in Our Schools / Citizens' Mass Meeting"

"Under the Auspices of the Japanese and Korean Exclusion League / The Meeting will be Addressed by Mayor Eugene E. Schmitz... and Other Promi ...>>
 

Headline, "ANTI-ALIEN SCHOOL BILL VOTED DOWN"
The Sunday Call
February 11, 1909

"ANTI-ALIEN SCHOOL BILL VOTED DOWN"
"Measure Aimed at Japanese Killed in Assembly By 41 to 37"
"Roosevelt Wires His Thanks"
"Advocates ...>>
 

Headline, "ASIATIC EXCLUSION - THE RIGHT WAY"
The California Legionnaire
October 1933

"ASIATIC EXCLUSION - THE RIGHT WAY" ...>>
 

Political cartoon, Statue of Liberty
Political cartoon, Statue of Liberty
Literary Digest

Japan - "But that Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam?"
Uncle Sam - "Oh, that means liberty for Yankees."
- Fischietto ...>>
 

 
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