Title:[Roy Tanabe family photograph album of Japanese Americans in Hawaii]
Creator/Contributor:Tanabe family, creator, creator.
Chiefly snapshots documenting childhood of Roy Tanabe from the year of his birth in 1940 to his high school years in the mid-1950s,
mostly in Honolulu County. Roy's parents and many other Japanese-American family members and friends are also depicted. Chiefly
containing domestic scenes of Roy and his family, album also includes class portraits of school children; Junior Police Officers
in uniform; a series of images of a flooded town; scenes of the construction of a monument possibly honoring World War II
veterans of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team; scenes of Roy as teenager in Waimea Canyon, Kauai; scenes of a City of Fresno
float at a football game; at least one scene taken on the Japanese island of Miyajima; a scene of campaign signs posted outside
the Waialua Court House; and a few images depicting Japanese American soldiers in various settings. Also includes a certificate
of merit from Waialua Elementary School, a printed Japanese document with the signature of Kenichi Tanabe, and a clipping
of a newspaper article mentioning Roy's reception of the Walter L. Emory award for drafting at Honolulu Technical School.
There appears to be no documentation of wartime evacuation or relocation of Japanese Americans.
Tanabe, Roy -- Photographs
United States. -- Army. -- Regimental Combat Team, 442nd -- Photographs
Japanese Americans -- Hawaii -- Photographs
Leisure -- Hawaii -- Photographs
World War, 1939-1945 -- Hawaii
Hawaii -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Likely compiled by the parents of Roy Tanabe.
Descriptive annotations written for many photographs.
Roy Tanabe family photograph album of Japanese Americans in Hawaii, BANC PIC 2017.033, The Bancroft Library, University of
Purchase; from Martin Hartzold ; 2017.
approximately 250 photographs in 1 album : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; album 24 x 31 cm
BANC PIC 2017.033--fALB