A Glimpse Into Yesteryears: 1959-1961
COST: Admission is free. Registration is required.
PARKING: $4 flat rate parking
These captivating pictures beautifully depict the life and activities of the Hawaiʻi Japanese community, offering a vivid display of colors and stories from 1959 to 1961. Immerse yourself in the richness of our community's history, where every photograph tells a tale waiting to be heard.
Following the unveiling of the Dennis M. Ogawa Nippu Jiji photos available for the first time, we offer our hands-on demonstration and discover how you can actively contribute to enriching this community-focused digital collection. Whether you're a seasoned historian deeply rooted in the past or a curious newcomer eager to explore, there's a meaningful role for everyone in preserving and enriching our cherished heritage.
Dennis M. Ogawa, Professor Emeritus, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Kay Ueda, Curator of the Japanese Diaspora Collection and Research Fellow, Hoover Institution Library & Archives, Stanford University
The project is supported by the Japanese Diaspora Initiative, Hoover Institution Library & Archives, Stanford University