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Alcena Boozer - Oral History Interview
Boozer discusses the multiethnic neighborhood she grew up in Northeast Portland, the significant places people in the community would gather at, how her family hosted black entertainers from out of town,...
Mori, Perry and Chiyo Transcript Part 1 continued
Japanese Americans; Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941; Racism; Relocation Camps; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; United States. Army; Japan-Description and travel
Mori, Perry and Chiyo Transcript Part 3
Japanese Americans; Business--Study and teaching; Travel
Edward Miyakawa Transcript Part 1
Japanese Americans; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Immigrants--Cultural assimilation
Ken Nagao Transcript Part 3
Japanese Americans; Engineering; Architecture; Kites; Pottery; Gingerbread houses; Asian Celebrations; Taiko (Drum ensemble)
Ken Nagao Transcript Part 4
Japanese Americans; Taiko (Drum ensemble); Hula (Dance); Ukulele; Architecture – Cultural Center
Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 1
African Americans; Activists; Education; Racism
Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by talking about her family, specifically the histories of her father and mother; she reflects on her childhood and school experiences including...
Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 3
African Americans; Education; Racism
Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by describing her journey to OSU’s College of Education doctoral program and explaining her activities as a student including her participation...
Kobayashi, Kenge Transcript Part 2
Japanese Americans; Families; Citizenship; Relocation camps;
Kobayashi, Miya Transcript Part 3
Japanese Americans; Quilting
Aikens, Alice Endo Transcript Part 2
Japanese Americans; Buddhist temples; Religious communities
Ogawa, Hiroshi Transcript 1
Japanese Americans; Family; Pottery; Commercial art galleries
Japanese American workers planting onions
Japanese Americans; Onions; Farms; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture
Japanese American workers planting onions in Malheur County. Japanese American work crews were often made up of several related families, including parents and in-laws.
Japanese family with luggage
Families; Japanese Americans; Evacuations; Railroad tracks
Japanese family with luggage getting ready to board evacuation train, Hood River, Oregon, 1942.
Carl Deiz - Oral History Interview
Deiz discusses the Southeast Portland neighborhood he grew up in, the activities he was involved in as a kid, especially being a boy scout. He explains the personalities and lives of his parents. Deiz...
Edward Miyakawa Transcript Part 5
Japanese Americans; Interracial Adoption
Andrew Parodi and Karen Olivo - Oral History Interview
Karen Olivo and Andrew Parodi begin by chronicling Karen’s early life and her time spent living in Alaska. They continue by discussing how Karen met Arthur Olivo, her future husband, while attending...
Kobayashi, Kenge Transcript Part 1
Japanese Americans; Farming; Agricultural laborers; Harvesting; Farm produce; Families
Aikens, Alice Endo Transcript Part 1
Japanese Americans; Marriage; Families; Cleaning establishments; Kibei; Women
Loftus, Mitzi Transcript Part 1
Japanese Americans; Emigration & Immigration; Farming; Agricultural laborers; Orchards; Apples; Harvesting; Women; railroad travel
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