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Japanese American Community in Indiana, 2003-2005


Interviewee
Anonymous October 6, 2005  

Call Number
05-002

Physical Description

18 pages; 1 tape, 1 7/8 ips, 55 minutes; index; interview questionnaire

Interviewer
Conner, Nancy

Access Status

Restricted (tapes closed)

Scope and Content Note

The interviewee, born in 1933, discusses growing up in Japan and her family's background. She tells of meeting her first husband, a member of the U.S. military, and moving to the United States. She mentions the roles she and her second husband had in the the formation and operation of the Indianapolis Japanese American Citizens League. The interviewee also talks about her work as an interpreter for Japanese businessmen in the 1980s and her current work with Japanese dance and painting.

  • Keywords
    • Corporation Names
    • Japan America Society
    • Japanese American Citizens League
    • Occupation Names
    • interpreter
    • Place Names
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Subjects
    • community organizations
    • Japanese culture
    • marriage
    • travel industry