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Japanese school class, ca. 1930
Japanese school class, ca. 1930
TitleJapanese school class, ca. 1930
DescriptionThe Japanese School, which met for six summers, was taught by students from Washington State University in Pullman. The instructor would live with one of the Japanese families. The class was held in Nampa with locations changing from summer to summer. The children were taught written and spoken Japanese. The school was held during the 1930's.
Back row (left to right): Harry Fujikawa, Short Fujikawa, Koichi Koyama, George Koyama, Yasuko Koyama, Rina Yamamoto, Mae Yamamoto, Mary Miyake. Front row (left to right): June Fujikawa, Joe Koyama, Kay Yamamoto, Ish Miyake, Takashi Koyama, Lily Fujikawa, Martha Yamamoto. Donated by G. Koyama.
Dateca. 1930
SubjectJapanese Americans; Nampa (Idaho); Canyon County; School children; Teachers; Schools; Education; Japanese School
CoverageUnited States--Idaho (State)--Canyon--Nampa
IdentifierMS 489
RepositoryIdaho State Historical Society
ContributorsWashington State University Vancouver Information Services
Project Identifierwsuvp0464
Physical DescriptionOriginal size of photograph is approximately 1 1/2 in. x 1 1/4 in.
FormatOriginal images were scanned as 300 dpi TIFF files on a Microtek 9600XL scanner. 72 dpi JPEG files were then added to the CONTENT database at the WSU Libraries.
RightsTo obtain a copy of this item, or request permission to publish, contact the Idaho State Historical Society Library and Archives, 2205 Old Penitentiary Road, Boise,ID. 83712-8250, 208-334-3356.
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