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Moriwaki Family Portrait, 1934
This image shows the Moriwaki family posing for a portrait.
From left to right:
Back row: Masako, Masano (mother), Tokutaro (father), Norio.
Front row: Noriyoshi, Takanori, Masami.
The trophy was presented to Tokutaro when he was president of…

Interior of T. Moriwaki Fruit Store
Masano Moriwaki is seen behind the service counter inside the T. Moriwaki Store. Standing in front of the counter are her children, Masami and Noriyoshi.
T. Moriwaki Fruit Store, 716 Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard.

K. Inadomi Family Portrait
This image shows the K. Inadomi family posing for a portrait outside the front of a house.
Back row (l-r): George, Mr. and Mrs. K. Inadomi
Front row (l-r): Nora, Iris, and Jean Inadomi

First Temple Sunday School
This image shows the pupils of the First Temple Sunday School program posing in front of a private home at C and 6th Streets in Oxnard, California.

Kaniye Sensei and Masako Moriwaki
This image shows Mrs. Kaniye Sensei and Masako Moriwaki posing together in front of a festively decorated automobile. Automobile has US flag decorations and paper lanterns hanging from it. Masako appears to be in traditional Japanese clothing.

Buddhist Church Sunday School
Image shows a group photo of the Buddhist Church Sunday School students posing on the steps.
From left to right:
Back row: Hideko Inouye, Masami Moriwaki, Susie Nakai, Kazako Masunaga, Helen Sakata, Masako Moriwaki.
4th row: Hatsuye Yoshida,…

Hiroshi and George Takeda
This image shows Hiroshi (left) and George Takeda standing on the beach in either Oxnard or Hueneme. Hiroshi holds a ball under one arm. They wear typical swimming suits for the period.

Takeda Family Portrait
This image is an interior group portrait of the Takeda family.
L-R: Shisaku Shimizu, Magoichi Takeda, Mr. Tamura, Hoyo Takeda. Children: Hiroshi, George, and Miyoko Takeda.

Dojo Sukui Dancers
This photo shows young dancers performing a dojo-sukui folk dance at the Buddhist Church of Oxnard. Miyoko Takeda is at left and Hiroshi Takeda is second from the left.

Masunaga Family Portrait
This image shows Reverend Taiken Masunaga posing for a portrait with his family. Taiken Masunaga came to Oxnard in 1929 where he became the Reverend for the Buddhist Church of Oxnard. The photo was taken inside the Buddhist Church of Oxnard.

Hanzo Kurihara Family Portrait, 1930
This image shows the Hanzo Kurihara family seated together inside a living room for a portrait.
From left to right: Tatsuo Kurihara, Asako Kurihara, Hanzo Kirihara, Allen Kurihara, Sumiye Kurihara.

Tom Kurihara Family Portrait, 1930
This image shows the Tom Kurihara Family posing for a family portrait. The children are wearing traditional Japanese kimonos.
From left to right: Masaye Yoshida, Kuniye Kurihara, Mrs. Tom Kurihara, Masaru Kurihara, Teruo Yoshida, Tom Kurihara,…

Fujita Family Portrait, 1928
This image shows Chotaro and Satsuki Fujita posing with their children, Nagao and Yoshie. This is a full-view portrait studio portrait.

Residents of Gila River Relocation Center, 1944
This image shows a group portrait of the residents of Block 16 at the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona.

Otani Family Portrait, 1944
This image shows Izzy Otani posing with her family on the grounds of the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona. This is a full-view group portrait.

Gila River Relocation Center Amphitheater
This image shows residents of the Gila River Relocation Center attending an event at the amphitheater. Young children are seen sitting on the ground near the stage. Adults are seated in chairs to the left of the photo frame.

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This image shows Japanese Methodist Church members posing on the front steps of the church, circa 1925. Frank Takasugi is at left in the dark hat. Mrs. Takasugi stands in front of him, wearing a hat. Mrs. Baba is standing right of Mrs. Takasugi,…

Japanese Group Picnic
This image shows several Japanese-American families posing for a group photo during a picnic. This is a full-view exterior daylight photo.

Yasuye Takasugi at the Asahi Market
This image shows Mrs. Yasuye Takasugi posing with her children in front of the Asahi Market. Nao Takasugi is the boy at the right of the frame.
Asahi Market, 660 Saviers Road, Oxnard, California

Takasugi Family Portrait, 1923
This image shows Frank and Tono Takasugi posing with their three children. Left to right, George, Frank holding Knox, Tono, and Leonard. This is a full view, group portrait that appears to have been taken in a portrait studio.

Japanese Methodist Church Women & Children
This image shows the women and children congregants of the Japanese Methodist Church posing for a group photo on the church's front steps. Tono Takasugi is at the bottom left, holding a baby. Church address: 632 A Street, Oxnard, California.

Japanese Methodist Church Children, 1925
This image shows Mrs. Baba, top left, posing on the steps with the children who attended the Japanese Methodist Church. It shows details of clothing children wore circa 1925.
Japanese Methodist Church address: 632 A Street, Oxnard, California.

Takasugi Family Portrait, 1932
Portrait shows grandparents Gorokichi (top center) and Tsuta Takasugi (seated right) posing with Frank and Tono Takasugi (seated) and their eight young children, who are standing or sitting.

Rancho Sespe Group Portrait
Group portrait at Rancho Sespe. From left: Frank & Tono Takasugi, with Frank's parents Gorokichi (with baby) and Tsuta Takasugi, Mr. & Mrs. Nakaya (Mr. N has a child on his shoulders), Mr. & Mrs. Azima, an unidentified couple with children. Gorokichi…

"The Adobes" Near Somis
Photograph mounted on cardboard depicting a group of people in front of "The Adobes" Las Posas near Somis. These were destroyed by the railroad in summer of 1899. Bottom of photo at right reads "Obiol residence", but this is incorrect.
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