Japanese in Utah

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Title Japanese in Utah
Collection Mss C 239; Peoples of Utah Photograph Collection
Identifier 39222001496210.tif
Photo Number C-239, No. 78, Box 5
Publisher Digitized by: University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library
Subject Ethnic groups--Utah; Japanese--Utah
Other Subject Baseball players; Fourth of July celebrations
Spatial Coverage Tooele Smelter Camp, Tooele (Utah)
Geographic Coordinates 40.540465-112.269777
Description Here are some more pictures showing the Japanese residents of the Tooele Smelter Camp. I thought this picture "A" of the Isseis posed for baseball action quite interesting. My father whose hobby was photography took this picture about 1917 or 1918. The second picture "B" shows the smelter camp residents getting ready to participate in a Fourth of July parade and celebration that was being held in Tooele City. The camp was some miles away from the city proper and close to the smelter. Note the Isseis in white -- hat, shirt, pants and even shoes. Note also the Japanese flag displayed along with the American Flag and my father's car decorated patriotically for the occasion. He took this picture also.
Rights Management Digital Image (c) 2008 Utah State Historical Society. All Rights Reserved.
Holding Institution Utah State Historical Society
Relation Peoples of Utah Photograph Collection, 1975-1977
Source Format Print Photograph
Source Size 5.5 inches x 6.8 inches
Collection Compiler Helen Papanikolas was the collector and donor of the entire Peoples of Utah Photograph Collection, as well as the editor of a book with the same title.
Type Image
Format image/jpeg
Format Creation Original scanned on Epson Expression 10000 XL and saved as 400 ppi TIFF. Display image generated in CONTENTdm as JP2000 pixels on the long axis. Archival resolution: 2994 x 3897
Scanned By Li Xu
Collection Information http://history.utah.gov/FindAids/C00239/C0239.XML
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ID 508186
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CONTENTdm URL http://cdmbuntu.lib.utah.edu/cdm/ref/collection/USHS_people/id/193