Showing Collections: 51 - 60 of 200
Ikebana photograph collection
Collection contains black and white photographs, clippings and sketches related to Ikebana arrangements and exhibitions. Japanese language is present. Material is mounted in a brown photo album.
Ikeya Family artifact collection
Collection contains a hand-knitted sweater created by Sae Ikeya while interned at Minidoka Relocation Center. She made the sweater for her daughter, Junko Ikeya Mizuta.
Ikeya Family Papers
Collection contains an issue of the Minidoka Irrigator (1944) and a bookmark created by Sae Ikeya (1944) while interned at Minidoka.
Instructional Book on Sewing a Japanese WATA-IRE (Padded Jacket)
This is a hand written instructional manual for making a WATA-IRE (PaddedJacket). This was one of the items people used to learn to saw at the sewing class at JASC. The book is written in Japanese.
Iwao Fred Yamane photograph collection
Collection contains three photographs of Emperor Hirohito and Empress Nagako’s visit to Chicago.
Izui Family papers and photographs
J. Toguri Mercantile Co. artifact collection
Collection contains a lacquered plate and a Japanese fan branded with the "J. Toguri Mercantile Co." logo. Materials were likely given to customers as promotional items.
Jack H. Oda collection
The collection includes War Ration Books for the Oda family, a camp directory of Amache, magazines, newsletters, and redress related documents.
Jack Kaichiro Yasutake Papers
Collection contains reports and board minutes generated by the Chicago Resettlers Committee (ca. 1947-1948) and letters of condolence related to Yasutake’s passing (1953-1954).
Jack Kiyoto Tono papers
The Jack Tono Papers consist of documents, testimonies, and statements taken at the "Heart Mountain 63” and Tule Lake trials and the Redress hearings; a copy of the Lim Report commissioned by the Japanese American Citizens' League to study the role of JACL in the evacuation and internment of Japanese Americans during World War II; and Jack Tono’s speeches and personal interviews.