Three boys from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1920)

Three boys from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1920)

Image Number: N044911

L-R: Frank Kamiya, Kazuo Kamiya, and Yoshikazu Yamauchi.

Sakai children from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1918)

Sakai children from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1918)

Image Number: N044918

Crated tomatoes and a banana wind break at the Kobayashi farm in Yamato (May 29, 1917)

Crated tomatoes and a banana wind break at the Kobayashi farm in Yamato (May 29, 1917)

Image Number: PR00045

Four children from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1917)

Four children from Yamato, Florida (ca. 1917)

Image Number: N044917

L-R: Tomoko Sakai, Yoshiko Sakai, Masa Kamiya, and Chikako Sakai.

George Morikami's mule: Yamato, Florida (1915)

George Morikami's mule: Yamato, Florida (1915)

Image Number: PR13765

View of Amanohashidate (Bridge of Heaven): Miyazu, Japan (ca. 1915)

View of Amanohashidate (Bridge of Heaven): Miyazu, Japan (ca. 1915)

Image Number: N044907

Note from sleeve: View of Amanohashidate (Bridge of Heaven) in Miyazu, Japan, ca. 1915. Miyazu was the home of J. Sakai, G. Morikami, and many other Yamato colonists.

Henry Tamemasu Kamiya (ca. 1915)

Henry Tamemasu Kamiya (ca. 1915)

Image Number: PR13758

Masabei Morikami : Yamato, Florida (1920)

Masabei Morikami: Yamato, Florida (1920)

Image Number: N044916

Masabei was the younger brother of George Morikami.