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442nd Veterans Club Go for Broke Bulletin
This is a collection of Bulletins from the 442 Veterans Club entitled "Go For Broke."
Aiko Shihoten Yoshida Papers
Collection contains a photocopy of a hand-drawn kimono pattern book.
Aiko’s Art Materials Import Business Papers
Aiko’s Art Materials Import Business photograph collection
Collection contains photographs and slides of Aiko’s Art Materials Import, Inc.’s stores located at 714 North Wabash and at 3347 North Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois. Also included are photographs of founder Aiko Nakane, owner Chuck Izui, employees and friends (ca. 1960s-2000).
Albert Nakaji Torii family collection
Alfonso Carrara collection
The collection consists of two images of a soldier who was employed as an interpreter for American and British officers in Italy, taken by Alfonso Joseph Carrara.
Alfred E. Fujii Chicago Nisei Post 1183 collection
This is a collection of the Chicago Nisei Post 1183 American Legion Notebooks spanning the years 2009 - 2012. They contain bulletins, meeting minutes, services, programs and other activities.
Alice Murata collection
Collection contains two, handcrafted wood objects by Kisakichi Ishii that were created during his WWII internment at Granada Relocation Center and Tule Lake Relocation Center. The first item is a vase that has been constructed out of a hollowed piece of tree. The bark exterior has been varnished and a glass cup has been glued inside. The second object is gnarled tree root sculpture.
Alice Murata photograph collection
This is a collection of photographs of Heiwa Terrace residents taken by Mary Koga for an exhibit on June 12, 2014 entitled "Living Our Culture." Most of the photographs were taken in the 1980s. They are mostly 8 x 10 inch black and white images mounted on 14 x 18 inch white board. Additionally, there is a photo album from 1957 from the Japanese Travel Bureau; photographer is unknown.
Allan Yamakawa collection
This is a small collection of two CD copies of an audio recording of Arch Oboler's radio play, "The Family Nagashi." It was broadcasted on September 27, 1945. It was recorded soon after VJ Day. Track 18 is a story of resettlement. The Family Nagashi is a story about a Japanese family in California just after the end of World War II.;There is also a newspaper clipping from the NACC Midwest Invitational Basketball Tournament from we think 1947. The Seattle Huskies won the tournament.