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Letter from Masuo Yasui to Sagoro Asai, 1946 January 18

Letter from Masuo Yasui to Sagoro Asai, written shortly after Yasui was released from incarceration in January 1946. In the letter, Yasui thanks Asai for his friendship, and describes his sadness over the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. He makes reference to an incident in which the American Legion post in Hood River, Oregon, removed the names of Japanese American soldiers from a local monument. He praises Asai's son Masami for having served in the U.S. military and for returning to Hood River despite white residents' opposition to the return of any Japanese Americans. He also shares his own hope to return to Hood River.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

安井益男から浅井佐五郎への手紙 1946年1月18日
1946年1月、安井が出所した直後に書かれた、安井益雄から浅井佐五郎への手紙。この手紙の中で安井は、浅井の友情に感謝し、第二次世界大戦中の日系アメリカ人の強制連行・強制収容に対する悲しみを述べている。また、オレゴン州フッドリバーのアメリカ退役軍人会が、地元の記念碑から日系人兵士の名前を削除した事件についても言及している。また、浅井の息子である正巳が米軍に入隊し、白人住民の反対を押し切って先頭に立ってフッドリバーに帰還したことを賞賛する。また、自分もフッド・リバーに戻りたいという希望を語っている。翻訳メモ:この文書は、現代日本語と英語に翻訳されている。

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English translation of a letter from Masuo Yasui to Sagoro Asai, 1946 January 18

English translation of a letter from Masuo Yasui to Sagoro Asai, written shortly after Yasui was released from incarceration in January 1946. In the letter, Yasui thanks Asai for his friendship, and describes his sadness over the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. He makes reference to an incident in which the American Legion post in Hood River, Oregon, removed the names of Japanese American soldiers from a local monument. He praises Asai's son Masami for having served in the U.S. military and for returning to Hood River despite white residents' opposition to the return of any Japanese Americans. He also shares his own hope to return to Hood River.
Translation Note: This letter is also available as the original document and as a modern Japanese translation.

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安井益雄から浅井佐五郎への手紙 1946年1月18日

1946年1月に安井が出所した直後、安井益雄から浅井佐五郎に宛てた手紙の英訳。この手紙の中で安井は、浅井の友情に感謝し、第二次世界大戦中の日系アメリカ人の強制連行・強制収容に対する悲しみを述べている。また、オレゴン州フッドリバーのアメリカ退役軍人会が、地元の記念碑から日系人兵士の名前を削除した事件についても言及している。また、浅井の息子である正巳が米軍に入隊し、白人住民の反対を押し切ってフッドリバーに帰還したことを賞賛する。また、自分もフッドリバーに戻りたいという希望を語っている。翻訳注:この手紙は、原文と英訳もある。

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Yasui Brothers business records

  • Mss 2949
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  • 1904 - 1990

The Yasui Brothers records primarily document the business, personal, and community-related activities of the Yasui family in Hood River, Oregon, from the start of the 20th century until World War II, when they were among the more than 120,000 Japanese Americans incarcerated by the U.S. government.

The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and records relating to the business activities of Masuo Yasui (1886-1957). These include the general store, Yasui Bros., that he ran with his brother Renichi Fujimoto; and orchards in the Hood River Valley and surrounding areas that the firm operated. Store records include a variety of advertising materials, while farming records include packing lists, crop reports, and records of local farming associations Masuo Yasui was involved with. The collection also reflects Yasui’s involvement in the local community, including his work assisting other Japanese immigrants to the United States. A small quantity of materials relates to the Yasui Bros. store’s forced closure and the management of the family’s property and assets while they were incarcerated during World War II.

The collection also includes personal papers of Masuo Yasui; his wife, Shidzuyo Yasui; his brother Renichi Fujimoto; and his children. These consist of correspondence, ephemera, and a personal history that Masuo Yasui wrote at the request of the Japanese consulate. Other materials in the collection include records from the 1970s and 1980s of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), in which Masuo Yasui’s son Homer Yasui and his wife, Miyuki Yasui, were active, and magazines and newspapers the family received in both Japanese and English.

A substantial amount of this collection is in a pre-World War II Japanese script that is distinct from modern Japanese. Some of these materials, particularly those in Series 1 (Business correspondence and related materials) and Series 6 (Personal papers) have been reviewed and summarized by translators. Selected documents have been translated into English and modern Japanese.

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Letter from Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui

Letter from the Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui. In the letter the Education Department of the Japanese Association of Oregon proposes a visit to Hood River, Parkdale, and Dee to establish communication in order to help with the education of the second generation in the area.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Letter from Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui

Letter from the Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui. In the letter the Education Department of the Japanese Association of Oregon proposes a visit to Hood River, Parkdale, and Dee to establish communication in order to help with the education of the second generation in the area.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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English translation of a letter from Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui

English translation of a letter from the Japanese Association of Oregon to Masuo Yasui. In the letter the Education Department of the Japanese Association of Oregon proposes a visit to Hood River, Parkdale, and Dee to establish communication in order to help with the education of the second generation in the area.
Translation Note: This document is also available as the original manuscript document and as a modern Japanese translation.

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オレゴン州日本人会から安井益男への手紙の現代日本語訳

オレゴン州日本人会から安井益男への手紙の現代日本語訳。オレゴン州日本人会教育部が、フッドリバー、パークデール、ディーを訪問し、この地域の第二世代の教育に役立てるため、コミュニケーションを確立することを提案している。
翻訳注:原文および英訳も掲載されている。

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Letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, 17 November 1930

Letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, dated 17 November 1930. The letter is printed on official consulate stationery with only Masuo's name handwritten. It is a thank you for cooperation with the survey of Japanese nationals residing locally under the jurisdiction of the Japanese government and states that the census emblem will be sent as a commemorative gift.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, 17 November 1930

Letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, dated 17 November 1930. The letter is printed on official consulate stationery with only Masuo's name handwritten. It is a thank you for cooperation with the survey of Japanese nationals residing locally under the jurisdiction of the Japanese government and states that the census emblem will be sent as a commemorative gift.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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English translation of a letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, 17 November 1930

Letter from the Consulate of Japan in Portland to Masuo Yasui, dated 17 November 1930. The letter is printed on official consulate stationery with only Masuo's name handwritten. It is a thank you for cooperation with the survey of Japanese nationals residing locally under the jurisdiction of the Japanese government and states that the census emblem will be sent as a commemorative gift.
Translation Note: This document is also available as the original manuscript document and as a modern Japanese translation.

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ポートランド日本領事館から安井益男への手紙の現代日本語訳、1930年11月17日

1930年11月17日付のポートランド日本領事館から安井益男への手紙の現代日本語訳。領事館の公式便箋に印刷された手紙には、安井益男の名前だけが手書きで書き込まれている。日本政府管轄の現地在住邦人調査への協力に対するお礼と、記念品として国勢調査の記章を送付することが記されている。
翻訳注:原文および英訳も掲載されている。

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Draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul in response to withdrawal of anti-Japanese legislation, 1917 March 21

A draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul Akamatsu (Sukeyuki Akamatsu?) addressed from the Japanese Residents of Hood River. The letter thanks Consul Akamatsu for his efforts to convince Oregon State Senator George R. Wilbur of Hood River to withdraw his proposed bill to restrict Japanese from owning property in Oregon. The bill was modeled after similar legislation passed in California.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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Draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul in response to withdrawal of anti-Japanese legislation, 21 March 1917

A draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul Akamatsu (Sukeyuki Akamatsu?) addressed from the Japanese Residents of Hood River. The letter thanks Consul Akamatsu for his efforts to convince Oregon State Senator George R. Wilbur of Hood River to withdraw his proposed bill to restrict Japanese from owning property in Oregon. The bill was modeled after similar legislation passed in California.
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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English translation of a draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul in response to withdrawal of anti-Japanese legislation, 21 March 1917

Translation of a draft letter by Masuo Yasui to Japanese Consul Akamatsu (Sukeyuki Akamatsu?) addressed from the Japanese Residents of Hood River. The letter thanks Consul Akamatsu for his efforts to convince Oregon State Senator George R. Wilbur of Hood River to withdraw his proposed bill to restrict Japanese from owning property in Oregon. The bill was modeled after similar legislation passed in California.
Translation Note: This document is also available as the original document and as a modern Japanese translation.

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安井益男が日本領事に宛てた反日法案撤回に伴う手紙の下書きの現代日本語訳、1917年3月21日

安井益男が赤松(赤松祐之)日本領事に宛てた反日法案撤回に伴う手紙の下書きの現代日本語訳。この手紙はフッドリバーの日本人住民一同からとして書かれたもので、オレゴン州上院議員ジョージ・R・ウィルバー氏(フッドリバー在住)が提出した日本人のオレゴン州での不動産所有を制限する法案を撤回するよう赤松領事が尽力したことに感謝する旨が述べられている。この法案は、カリフォルニア州で可決された同様の法案に倣ったものであった。
翻訳注:原文および英訳も掲載されている。

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Letter from Miyake to Tokujiro Yasui and immigration status report, circa 1922

Letter from a member of the Miyake family to Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report filled out by Tokujiro Yasui in September 1922. In the letter Miyake discusses the immigration certificate of Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report for Tokujiro Yasui to fill out for negotiation with the consul. The second and third pages are the immigration status report which include career, business, asset, and family information. The purpose of the application is listed as, "To bring his wife and eldest daughter."
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English. Only sections in the report with written responses are translated.

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Letter from Miyake to Tokujiro Yasui and immigration status report, circa 1922

Letter from a member of the Miyake family to Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report filled out by Tokujiro Yasui in September 1922. In the letter Miyake discusses the immigration certificate of Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report for Tokujiro Yasui to fill out for negotiation with the consul. The second and third pages are the immigration status report which include career, business, asset, and family information. The purpose of the application is listed as, "To bring his wife and eldest daughter."
Translation Note: This document has been translated into modern Japanese and English. Only sections in the report with written responses are translated.

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English translation of a letter from Miyake to Tokujiro Yasui and immigration status report, circa 1922

English translation of a letter from a member of the Miyake family to Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report filled out by Tokujiro Yasui in September 1922. In the letter Miyake discusses the immigration certificate of Tokujiro Yasui and an immigration status report for Tokujiro Yasui to fill out for negotiation with the consul. The second and third pages are the immigration status report which include career, business, asset, and family information. The purpose of the application is listed as, "To bring his wife and eldest daughter."
Translation Note: This letter is also available as the original manuscript document and as a modern Japanese translation. Only sections in the report with written responses are translated.

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三宅から安井徳次郎への手紙と入国状況報告書の現代日本語訳、1922年頃

1922年9月、三宅家から安井徳次郎への手紙と、安井徳次郎が記入した出入国状況報告書の現代日本語訳。この手紙の中で三宅は、安井徳次郎の入国証明書と、領事との交渉のために安井徳次郎が記入する入国状況報告書について述べている。2枚目、3枚目は入国状況報告書で、経歴、事業、資産、家族などの情報が記載されている。申請の目的は、"妻と長女を呼び寄せるため "と記載されている。 翻訳注:原文および英訳も掲載されている。報告書のうち、回答が書かれている部分のみ翻訳されている。

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Letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors

Letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors with the highest number of votes. Also includes a summary about the history of the association and additional results from the vote count. This document also includes a rough draft of the letter on pages 3-5.
Translation Note: The final draft of the letter on pages 1 and 2 has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

Letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors

Letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors with the highest number of votes. Also includes a summary about the history of the association and additional results from the vote count. This document also includes a rough draft of the letter on pages 3-5.
Translation Note: The final draft of the letter on pages 1 and 2 has been translated into modern Japanese and English.

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English translation selection of a letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors

English translation selection of a letter announcing Masuo Yasui's reelection to the Hood River Apple Growers Association board of directors with the highest number of votes. Also includes a summary about the history of the association and additional results from the vote count. This document also includes a rough draft of the letter on pages 3-5.
Translation Note: This document is also available as the original manuscript document and as a modern Japanese translation.

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安井益男のフッドリバー・アップル生産者組合理事への再選を知らせる手紙の現代日本語訳

安井益男がフッドリバー・アップル生産者組合の理事に最高得票数で再選されたことを知らせる手紙の現代日本語訳。また、協会の歴史や開票結果の補足についての概要も記載。3ページ目から5ページめには手紙の大まかな下書きが含まれている。
翻訳注:手紙の最終稿の原文と英訳も掲載されている。

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