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A photograph of Kimiye Tanimoto with Masao Okine. It is taken in Hiroshima, Japan when Masao is stationed in Japan as a Nisei soldier. A photograph from "Dorothy Ai Aoki photo album" (csudh_oki_0300), page 36. The Okine Collection contains materials collected by Seiichi and Tomeyo Okine who were Issei flower growers in Whittier, California. It includes correspondence, photographs, financial documents, and a photo album. A large portion of the collection consists of family correspondence with Seiichi and Tomeyo Okine, including letters from their Nisei children, Masao and Makoto Okine, both soldiers overseas during World War II, to their Issei parents incarcerated in the Rohwer incarceration camp in McGehee, Arkansas. The correspondence also includes letters from their relatives and friends who are former incarcerees in the camps during the war and have “resettled” in Chicago, Illinois as well as letters from the Okines’ family members in Hiroshima, Japan during the Allied occupation of Japan. In addition, the collection includes a family photo album compiled by Dorothy Ai Aoki, a Nisei daughter to the Okines.
Photographs; Albums black and white; handwritten image/jpeg
Family reunification Identity and values--Family Identity and values--Kibei Identity and values--Nisei Japan--Post-World War II Military service--Postwar occupation of Japan World War II--Military service--Military Intelligence Service
CSU Dominguez Hills Department of Archives and Special Collections