Satosuke Yasui was born in 1881 in Hiroshima Prefecture. He arrived in Hawaii in 1907, where he was a newspaperman, Japanese
language school principal and teacher, and publisher and editor of the Maui Shimbun. He also served as an officer of the Japanese
Association of Maui. The collection consists of personal papers, diaries, correspondence, instructional materials, informational
publications, sound recordings, artwork, and photographs related to the Yasui family. The collection also includes papers
related to the Japanese Association of Wailuku, Hawaii, and a notebook of sermon memos kept by Jodo Shinshu Buddhist priest,
Taksuhiko Matsuda, at Tule Lake. Some materials in this collection are in Japanese.
Satosuke Yasui was born in 1881 in the Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. He graduated from Hiroshima Normal School and arrived
in Hawaii in 1907. He was a newspaperman and Japanese language school principal and teacher. He was also publisher and editor
of the Maui Shimbun (1920-41). He served as an officer of the Japanese Association of Maui.
3.5 linear ft.
(5 boxes. 2 flat boxes.)
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