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321. Indigenous dancers Indigenous dancers Dancers; Ceremonial dancers; Performances

322. Installation ceremonies for the Delta Eta chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at Oregon State College Installation ceremonies for the Delta Eta chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at Oregon State College Tebeau, William; Student organizations; Fraternities & sororities; Group portraits; African Americans The fraternity was for men who were or had been members of the Boy Scouts of America. Included was William Tebeau (back row, third from right), Oregon State's first male African-American graduate.

323. Jack Chiaki Yoshihara Jack Chiaki Yoshihara Yoshihara, Jack Chiaki; Alumni & alumnae; Japanese American; Portrait photographs

324. Jack Chiaki Yoshihara catching football in midair Jack Chiaki Yoshihara catching football in midair Alumni & alumnae; Yoshihara, Jack Chiaki; Football players; Japanese Americans; Athletics The Photo is used in the 1942 Beaver Yearbook, page 177.

325. James Bagan (left), E. Shelton Hill (2nd from left), Edwin C. Berry (standing at center) and Peter Gantenbein James Bagan (left), E. Shelton Hill (2nd from left), Edwin C. Berry (standing at center) and Peter Gantenbein (at right) Bagan, James; Hill, E. Shelton; Berry, Edwin C.; Gantenbein, R. P.; Document signing; African Americans

326. James Bagan and Edwin C. Berry confer James Bagan and Edwin C. Berry confer Bagan, James; Berry, Edwin C.; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Employment; James Bagan, manager, Portland office, Oregon Employment Service, and Edwin C. Berry confer on employment opportunities for non-whites in Portland.

327. James Brooks James Brooks Brooks, James; Urban League of Portland; African Americans James Brooks served as director of the Urban League of Portland from 1974-1978, after heading several of the League's programs.

328. James Brooks and Lillie Walker at the Urban League of Portland offices James Brooks and Lillie Walker at the Urban League of Portland offices Brooks, James; Walker, Lillie; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Group portraits

329. James Brooks, Urban League of Portland director, in his office James Brooks, Urban League of Portland director, in his office Brooks, James; Urban League of Portland; African Americans James Brooks served as director of the Urban League of Portland from 1974-1978, after heading several of the League's programs.

330. James Brooks, Urban League of Portland president James Brooks, Urban League of Portland president Brooks, James; Urban League of Portland; African Americans James Brooks served as director of the Urban League of Portland from 1974-1978, after heading several of the League's programs.

331. James T. Thompson, driver and salesman for Continental Baking Co. James T. Thompson, driver and salesman for Continental Baking Co. Thompson, James T.; Trucks; Bread; Employees; Urban League of Portland; African Americans James Thompson later became an Urban League Of Portland board member.

332. Japanese American workers hoeing beets Japanese American workers hoeing beets Japanese Americans; Farms; Beets; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture About 450 Japanese Americans from relocation centers were used for farm labor in Malheur County. While most worked mostly for Japanese farmers, these workers are working in the Dale Garrison beet field....

333. Japanese American workers planting onions Japanese American workers planting onions Japanese Americans; Onions; Farms; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture Japanese American workers planting onions in Malheur County. Japanese American work crews were often made up of several related families, including parents and in-laws.

334. Japanese being evacuated Japanese being evacuated Japanese Americans; Railroad stations; Extension; Evacuations; Group portraits Group of Japanese Americans being evacuated from Hood River, Oregon, 1942.

335. Japanese boarding train Japanese boarding train Japanese Americans; Railroad track; Railroad cars; Evacuations; Extension Japanese Americans boarding train to be evacuated, Hood River, Oregon, 1942.

336. Japanese evacuees harvesting onion seed in Malheur County Japanese evacuees harvesting onion seed in Malheur County Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Onions; Japanese Americans; Agriculture; Extension

337. Japanese family with luggage Japanese family with luggage Families; Japanese Americans; Evacuations; Railroad tracks Japanese family with luggage getting ready to board evacuation train, Hood River, Oregon, 1942.

338. Jazz pianist Hazel Scott (2nd from left) and others at a dinner Jazz pianist Hazel Scott (2nd from left) and others at a dinner Scott, Hazel; Dining rooms; Dinner parties; Urban League of Portland; African Americans; Musicians; Group portraits

339. Jean Hanako Akita Jean Hanako Akita Alumni & alumnae; Akita, Jean Hanako; Japanese Americans; Portrait photographs; Women The Photo is used in the 1941 Beaver Yearbook, page 317.

340. Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 1 Jean Moule - Oral History Interview Part 1 African Americans; Activists; Education; Racism Jean Moule, professor emerita, OSU College of Education, begins by talking about her family, specifically the histories of her father and mother; she reflects on her childhood and school experiences including...
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