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Celebrating Vashon’s Japanese and agrarian heritage

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Marie "Toodie" Blichtfeldt and parents at Mukai Garden


Toodie Blichtfeldt

Bernadine Foltz's Father Phillipe Bracero in the Mukai Garden


Phillipe Bracero

Phillipe Bracero ran the farm and supervised the picking of the strawberry crops during World War II while the Mukais were in voluntary exile in Idaho.

Bernadine Foltz's photo of Native American pickers from Canada in the Mukai fields

Native American Pickers

Note the house and Barrelling Plant in the upper right on the horizon line.  Also, note the migrant picker cabins in the upper center of the photo.


Mary Matsuda Gruenewald babysitting Milton Mukai at Christmas 1935 in the Mukai House.


Mary Matsuda Gruenewald

The Mukais and Matsudas touring at Paradise on Mount Rainier

Mukai's and Matsudas


 Left to Right:

Papa San Matsuda, Yoneichi Matsuda, Kuni Mukai, Mama San Matsuda, Mary Matsuda

 The Mukai House and Garden seen from the east early 1930s

 

Mukai House and garden 1930




 

 

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