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Gift of Janice D. Tanaka (94.62.1)
Suitcase with leather handle and metal clasps and fittings on outside.  Decorated with 8 stripes (dark brown) around the center of suitcase and base fabric if of tiny checker board pattern.  Heavy cotton brown fabric with side pockets.  Religious card embellished with graphics and quotation.
 
Gift of the Hasuike Family (95.129.1)
Black pebble design suitcase with 2 latches and a solid leather handle.  Inside lined with gray fabric with 4 pockets.
The Hasuike Family used this suitcase to travel from Los Angeles to Santa Anita Assemby Center to Amache Camp to Seabrook, New Jersey and return to Los Angeles.
 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Matsubara (2002.178.1)
Dark brown suitcase.
 
Gift of the Hasuike Family (95.129.2)
A light brown suitcase with dark brown leather trim with a light brown molded plastic handle.  Has 2 key latches and a center close latch.  Inside lined with dark brown fabric with 4 pockets.  Center pocket is coming apart.
Suitcase travelled from Los Angeles,CA to Santa Anita Assembly Center, to Amache, CO, to Seabrook, NJ and back to Los Angeles.
 
Gift of the Minamide Family (94.89.1)

A large suitcase, light yellow in color, with brown leather trim along outside edges with a yellow colored plastic carrying handle. Inside suitcase is lined with dark brown colored rayon fabric with pockets on sides and lid.  "Y. Minamide" and "NO. 14431" is painted in light black colored paint on handle side of suitcase.  Both latches work with assistance. Used by Y. Miramide. Used to take belongings to Gila, AZ camp.

The Miramide family resided in Osoflaco, CA - near Santa Maria/Guadalupe and were interned at Gila, AZ camp during WWII. Miramides farmed in Oso Flaco - family of 4 boys and 4 girls and mother when WWII began.  One thing they farmed was peas - the kind you shell.  They lived near Nipomo Beach and dunes.  Since Tulare Assembly Center is mentioned, perhaps, that was 1st place Miramide went to, before going to Gila.

Baseball: Gift of Masao A. Ishioka (2003.139.1)

*This photograph was taken from the Japanese American National Museum's ongoing exhibit, "Common Ground: The Heart of the Community."

editor — Atualizado em Mar 30 2011 7:50 p.m.


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