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Frank Fukuda Photograph and Ephemera Collection, ca. 1906-1927

Overview of the Collection

Collector
Fukuda, Frank Tokichi, 1889-1941
Title
Frank Fukuda Photograph and Ephemera Collection
Dates
ca. 1906-1927 (inclusive)
Quantity
Photographs: 187 photographic prints
Ephemera: 2 items
Location of Collection
Materials are located in Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries. For more information about this collection including links to additional digital content, please connect to the finding aid on the University of Washington website.
Collection Number
128 (collection)
Summary
Photographs documenting Fukuda's involvement with Japanese baseball teams in Seattle, ca. 1906 to 1927.
Repository
University of Washington Librarires, Special Collections.
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public.
Additional Reference Guides
To view selections from the collection in digital format, you can view the finding aid on the University of Washington website
Languages
English

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Frank Tokichi Fukuda was born in Shimonoseki, Japan, in 1889 and immigrated to Seattle at age 17 in 1906. He played on the Seattle Nippon baseball team before joining the Seattle Mikado baseball team in 1908. In 1912 he joined the Asahi Club, a young men's social club for prominent Japanese in Seattle, and helped form the Asahi Club baseball team. From 1912 until 1927 he was a player, manager and coach of several Seattle baseball teams mostly within the Asahi Club. During this time he worked in a local Japanese bank, Seattle Shokin Ginko, working his way up from cashier to manager and finally vice president. When the bank failed in 1927, he moved to Portland, Or., to become the principal of the Portland Japanese Language School, where he continued to coach and manage young Japanese teams. In 1931, Fukuda moved to Wapato, Wash., to become the principal of the Wapato Japanese Language School and continued coaching and managing teams. He briefly served as principal of the Japanese Language School in Fife, Wash., sometime in 1933, but in 1934 and 1935 he was teaching, coaching and organizing youth baseball leagues back in Wapato and continued to do so until he died in Wapato in 1941 after complications from bladder surgery.

He and his wife, Hatsue, had a daughter, Sachiko/Yukiko, and one son, Masuru/Suguru (the eldest, born ca.1922), whose Americanized name was Perry. Fukuda has been recognized as "the father of Japanese baseball in the Northwest," as well as being noted for his commitment to education and cultural exchange.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of a scrapbook album (which has been disassembled due to very poor condition) and miscellaneous photographs (some of which probably fell out of the scrapbook). The photographs document Frank Fukuda's involvement with Japanese baseball teams in Seattle, Wash., from about 1906 to 1927, including the Mikado, Nippon, and Cherry teams. The images in the scrapbook album also depict Japanese University baseball teams both in Japan and as visitors in Seattle, as well as Fukuda's involvement in the 1922 National Boy's Tournament in Japan. There are also two photographs of women's baseball teams (probably in Seattle) whose identity and connection to Fukuda are not clear. The last part of the scrapbook album (folders 29-35) depict Japanese theater performances at Seattle's Nippon Kan Theater, where the Asahi baseball teams performed Shibai ("drama"- amateur performances of skits, folk songs and classical dance) to raise funds. Folders 40-45 document the University of Washington baseball team's tour of Japan in 1908. No apparent connection between Fukuda and the UW team or trip has been established.

Historical BackgroundReturn to Top

Japanese baseball teams began organizing in Seattle in 1904, when the Nippon baseball team was formed by first-generation immigrants (Issei). The Mikado, another early Issei team, was formed in 1906. The first team composed of Nisei (second generation), the Cherry baseball team, was formed in 1910. In 1912, some players from the Mikado team, including Frank Fukuda, and some Cherry team players formed the Seattle Asahi Club's baseball team. By 1919, both the Asahi Club and the Mikado Club each sponsored three teams, and other Japanese teams in the area included Tacoma's Columbia Club.

Frank Fukuda was a prominent figure in the development of Japanese baseball in the Pacific Northwest, and the Asahi team was considered the strongest Japanese team in the region during Fukuda's time with them. Fukuda was credited with having shaped the team as a player and manager and as a coach of the Asahi junior teams, the Cubs and Midgets. While he was coaching in Portland and in Wapato, his teams consistently won league championships and the annual Fourth of July Japanese Baseball Tournaments (begun in 1933). Fukuda was often called upon for short-term coaching assistance to help area teams experiencing "slumps," and he even traveled to Japan on at least two occasions to coach teams there for short periods of time.

Fukuda was also one of the first managers to take his team to Japan to play college and university teams and promote cultural exchange. He wanted the young Nisei on his team to have a better understanding of their cultural heritage. Although the Waseda University team from Japan had come to the U.S. and visited Seattle as early as 1905, it wasn't until 1908, when an all-star team of professional players from the Pacific Coast League and the Major League arrived, that a U.S. team toured Japan. That same year, the University of Washington became the first American university team to tour Japan. (The UW team also visited in 1913, 1921, and 1926.) Other American university teams soon followed. However, Japanese teams in Seattle were the only club teams to sponsor consistent exchanges with teams from Japan before 1921. Seattle's Japanese club teams, including the Asahis, the Nippon and the Mikado, visited Japan six times from 1914 to 1920 and continued to do so until 1927. (The Asahi team visited in 1914, 1918 and 1921). Other club teams from the Pacific Northwest and Hawaii began visiting in 1921. Most of these teams were Japanese, including the Vancouver Asahi team, but the Suquamish Indian team toured Japan on one occasion. These university and club tours of Japan were highly publicized events that drew thousands of fans and figured prominently in the development of baseball there.

After 1927, coinciding with Fukuda's departure from Seattle and the development of new club tournaments in Japan that were the early stages of the formation of Japan's professional league, baseball in Japan began to shift to a higher level of play and exchanges with U.S. professional teams took the spotlight. Seattle sent no more teams to Japan after 1927. Fukuda's departure from Seattle also marked a new era in Japanese baseball there. The Asahi Club lost its dominance of the game, and the formation of the Japanese American Courier League in 1928 shifted attention to the Taiyo Club and the role of baseball as a social event for the Japanese community that aided in bridging the generation gap between the older generation of Issei and the Nisei youth. The Nisei were struggling with the pressures of trying to maintain traditional culture and values passed on by their Issei parents while identifying with their own culture as Japanese-American youth. The need to strengthen relations within their new Japanese-American community began to overshadow the interest in maintaining relations with the homeland.

These were also the emerging issues of the Yakima Valley Japanese Community where Fukuda eventually made his new home. Through his work with youth both as principal of the Japanese Language School and as a baseball coach and league organizer, Fukuda aided the community there in struggling with these issues up until his death in 1941, which shortly preceded the advent of WW II and the Japanese internment. None of the Japanese baseball teams were revived when the Japanese communities of the Pacific Northwest returned home after the war.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Frank Fukuda ScrapbookReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
1
1: Cherry baseball team
1910
2
2: Asahi baseball team, Nippon Baseball Champions, Portland, Or.
Frank Fukuda, front center.
1912
2
3: Seattle Asahi baseball team
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
Top row, L to R: Yoshioka (c. fielder), Takahashi (c. fielder), Kawanchi (r. fielder), Sano (shortstop), Nakamura (l. fielder);Bottom row, L to R: Naito (catcher), Osawa (first baseman), Fukuda (pitcher, manager), Kobayashi (third baseman), Kondo (second baseman).
1912
3
4: Hikoichi Motoyama
Translation of Japanese: "For Mr. Fukuda, Oct. 1919, Hikoichi Motoyama."
Oct. 1919
3
5: Frank Fukuda
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
ca. 1912
3
6: Seattle Asahi game program with Fukuda (manager) portrait
Oct 11, 1912
4
7: Ryozo Hiranuma
4
8: Ryozo Hiranuma
4
9: Frank Fukuda and woman
The woman may be Fukuda's wife, Hatsue.
5
10: Seattle Asahi Club baseball players
Fukuda, back row, 5th from right.
5
11: Seattle Asahi baseball team
Fukuda, middle row, 2nd from left.
1913
6
12: Seattle Asahi baseball team, Japanese Baseball Champions of Pacific Coast
Frank Fukuda, manager, center.
1917
6
13: Seattle Asahi team
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1915
7
14: Meiji University team in the dugout
7
15: Asahi team at clubhouse, 12th and Yesler, Seattle, Wash.
7
16: 16 Seattle Asahi team with visiting Keio University team from Japan
Fukuda, manager, front row, 7th from left.
1914
8
17-19: Seattle Asahi baseball player
8
20: Seattle Asahi Club players with Northwest Japanese Championship banners
Translation of Japanese on back: "Tournament, 123 wins earned the cup."
1919
8
21: Vancouver Asahi vs. Seattle Asahi, Dogudel Baseball Ground-welcoming ceremony
Frank Fukuda, manager, and Dr. Nomura, center.
1919
9
22: Asahi's Midget baseball team
L to R: Arai K., _____, Shibasaki, Yamada, Fukuda (coach), Takada, Matsui, _____, Okada; Sitting: Kimura holding Nakamura .
1919
9
23: Batting scene
9
24: Asahi Club players with game officials
9
25: Seattle's Mikado and Nippon baseball teams with Tacoma's Columbia Club team and visiting Keio University team from Japan
Fukuda is standing 3rd from left in Mikado letter sweater.
1911
10
26: Oshima____ School, baseball team, Japan
July 15, 1922
10
27: Japanese man
10
28: Frank Fukuda (in suit) with Shuyo University baseball team, Japan
1923
10
29: Frank Fukuda and man (possibly Katsuji Nakamura)
10
30: Young man in graduation robes
10
31: Japanese man (Frank Fukuda?)
10
32: Japanese baseball player from Meiji University
10
33: Young man in baseball sweater
11
34: Seattle Asahi team
Takano Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
Fukuda, back row, 4th from left.
1920
12
35: Portland Fuji baseball team, Portland, Or.
Back Row, L to R: _____(?), Yoshitomi, Enokino, Aoki, Yokota, Fukuda (coach), Takayoshi, Kobayashi, Kobayashi N.; Front Row, L to R: Shioki, Takao, Sato, Okuda- holding Suguru/ Masaru (Fukuda's son), Horita, _____(?), _____(?).
12
36: Pirates baseball team
Fukuda, coach, front, center.
June 8, 1924
13
37: Seattle Asahi team
Fukuda, back row 5th from left.
13
38: Pirates team
Fukuda, coach, front row in dark turtleneck.
13
39: Frank Fukuda and four others with the Selleck (Wash.) baseball team
13
40: Baseball team, "M" (probably Mikado)
Fukuda, coach, front row, 3rd from left.
1925
14
41: Pirate baseball team visits Petersburg, Alaska
Translation of Japanese: "Pirate boys troop."
Top Row L to R (all names are first names): Hiro, Kiyota, Kenjiro, Sadayoshi, Kenji; Second Row L to R: Hiroji, Seibo, Yutaka, Tokuyoshi, Frank Masumi, Minegishi, Hifumi, Toshinori, Tsuchiya; Third Row: Hachiro, Kodama, Kuniyuki. In front of Hachiro: Buntaro.
Aug. 21, 1925
14
42: Portrait of young man
14
43: Frank Fukuda and three men on a boat
14
44: Seattle Asahi Cubs players with Nishiki baseball team players
14
45: Japan Mainchi baseball team in visitor's dugout
Toyo Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
14
46: Seattle Asahi baseball player
14
47: Young man in baseball sweater
15
48: Catcher Yabe, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
15
49: Pitcher Yoshimizu, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
15
50: Pitcher Yoshioka, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
15
51: Shortstop/team captain Agawa, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
15
52: Frank Fukuda with Kaho Elementary players
Y. Uyeno Art Studio (Nitajiri, Japan) (photographer)
1922
15
53: Japanese man in dark glasses (probably Frank Fukuda)
Y. Uyeno Art Studio (Nitajiri, Japan) (photographer)
1922
15
54: Frank Fukuda with Kaho Elementary school baseball players, Japan
1922
15
55: Frank Fukuda (center) with four men, Japan
1922
15
56-57: Kaho Elementary baseball player with Seattle Asahi baseball player, Japan
1922
16
58: Center fielder Kanihiro, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
59: Third baseman Miyata, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
60: Right fielder Fujimura, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
61: First baseman Fujita, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
62: Right fielder Ano, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
63: Kaho Elementary School Baseball Grounds, National Boys Baseball Tournament
Inset: Principal Ida, Japan, 1922.
16
64: Second baseman Sugimoto, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
65: Left fielder Matsuo, Kaho Elementary baseball team, Japan
1922
16
66: Kaho Elementary School baseball team and others at the National Boys Baseball Tournament, Japan
1922
16
67: Kaho Elementary School baseball team in the National Boys Tournament ceremony, Japan
1922
17
68: Frank Fukuda (center) with five young men
17
69: Seattle Asahi team players on their first Japan Tour
Fukuda, manager, seated, front row, 1st from left.
1914
17
70: Seattle Asahi team with Japanese team, Japan
Probably Nippon Daisho team.
1914
17
71: Seattle Asahi baseball team in Japan
Frank Fukuda, manager, standing, far right side.
1914
18
72: Seattle Asahi vs. Dashisha Club, Kyoto, Japan
Oct. 2, 1914
18
73: Seattle Asahi baseball team with a Japanese team, Japan
18
74: Seattle Asahi baseball team in Japan
18
75: Seattle Asahi baseball team with a Japanese team, Japan
18
76: Seattle Asahi baseball player
19
77: Seattle Asahi baseball team welcomed to Wakayama City on their second Japan Tour, Japan
Sept. 27, 1918
19
78: Seattle Asahi team on second Japan tour
N. Nakahachi Studio, Igura, Tokyo, Japan (photographer)
Translation of Japanese: "A tea party after the lecture meeting."
Fukuda, manager, center.
Sept. 19, 1918
20
79: Frank Fukuda (on left) and Asahi player
20
80: Seattle Asahi baseball team in front of Mizuno Bros. Sporting Goods Store during third Japan Tour, Osaka, Japan
Translation of banner: "The 15th Osaka Baseball Tournament, the second day September 19, sponsored by Mizuno Osaka Head Office."
Fukuda, center.
Sept 19, 1921
20
81: Seattle Asahi team on third Japan tour, Japan
1921
20
82: Seattle Asahi team with Japanese dignitaries during third Japan tour
Minister Noda, front, center; Frank Fukuda on his right.
1921
21
83: Seattle Asahi team on second Japan tour
Translation of Japanese: "Visit to the Red Cross."
Fukuda, center, standing.
1918
21
84: Seattle Asahi team, Japan
Fukuda, standing, 5th from left.
1918
21
85: Seattle Asahi team visits the residence of well-known businessman Eichi Shibusana, Japan
Mr. Shibusana, front, right; Frank Fukuda, front, left.
1918
21
86: Seattle Asahi player holding championship banner
1919
21
87: Seattle Asahi team in front of Chuo Photo Studio, Japan
Translation of wreath banner: "Presented by Futaba Sporting Goods Store."
21
88: Seattle Asahi team in front of ‘Atsuta Mura' steamship
Translation of Japanese: "Coming Back."
1918
22a
89: Seattle Asahi Baseball Team 1918 Japan Tour Sightseeing Activities
  • a.: Seattle Asahi team in front of the Great Torrii at the Itsukstina Shinto shrine, Japan
  • b.: Buddhist temple, Japan
  • c.: Seattle Asahi team members on jinrickshaws, Japan
  • d.: Frank Fukuda and another man on a train bound for Shimonoseki, Japan
  • e.: Seattle Asahi team, Japan
  • f.: Street scene at Mainchi Shinbun (newspaper) office, Japan
  • g.: View of Mt. Fuji from Gotenba train station, Japan
  • h.: Street scene, Japan
  • i.: Seattle Asahi player in a garden, Japan
  • j.: Buddhist temple, Japan
1918
22b
90: Seattle Asahi Baseball Team 1918 Japan Tour Sightseeing Activities
Translation of Japanese title: "1918 sponsored by Mainchi Co., Asahi Baseball Team, the second visit to the homeland."
  • a.: Seattle Asahi team at reception, Wakayama, Japan, Sept. 17, 1918
  • b.: Seattle Asahi team visit the deer of Nara, Japan
  • c.: Seattle Asahi team members on jinrickshaws, Japan
  • d.: Street scene in front of Mainchi newspaper office, Osaka, Japan. (Translation of Japanese: "Arrival to Mainchi Company")
  • e.: Street scene, Japan
  • f.: Steamship Atsuta Maru in port (either Yokohama, Japan, or Seattle, Wash. )
  • g.: Kyoto Kameya Hotel, Japan
1918
23
91: Seattle Asahi baseball players
K. Kiyota (in Seattle)
1921
23
92: Seattle Asahi team at a reception (probably Japan)
Translation of Japanese: "Welcome reception, Seattle Asahi Club."
23
93: Seattle Asahi players at Mt. Arashi, Japan
Frank Fukuda, 3rd from left.
23
94: Frank Fukuda on a boat, Japan
Translation of Japanese: "Goodbye Japan."
24
95: Seattle Asahi on Second Japan Tour
Translation of Japanese title: "Sept. 6, 1918, Asahi vs. Keio University baseball game, published by Asahi Team Supporters' Organization."
  • a.: Seattle Asahi infielders, Japan, Sept. 6, 1918
  • b.: Seattle Asahi manager Frank Fukuda with Asahi catcher, Japan
  • c.: Seattle Asahi outfielders, Japan
1918
24
96: Seattle Asahi pitchers, Japan
1918
24
97-100: Asahi vs. Keio University, Japan
Sept. 6, 1918
25
101: Seattle Nippon baseball team, Seattle, Wash.
L to R: M. Saito, T. Kajiwara, Y. Shimada (C), K. Imai (SS), N. Togo (P), T. Sakoda (1B), T. Takano (3B), F. Fukuda (2B), K.Ozawa (LF), M. Yatagai (RF).
ca. 1906-1908
25
102: Seattle Mikado baseball team with Northwest Japanese Baseball Tournament trophy, Seattle, Wash.
Back row L to R: Takao Ozawa (RF), Jimmy Koyama (C), Katsuji Nakamura (Manager), Michio Saito (CF), _____Inaba (C); Front Row L to R: Yoshiako Marumo (3B), Frank Tokichi Fukuda (SS), _____Endo (2B), Tamotsu Otani (P), John F. Ikeda (RF), Motomi Miyasaka (1B).
1910
25
103: Japanese baseball team "G" (probably Seattle, Wash.)
Fukuda, middle row, 4th from left.
1912
26
104: Women's baseball team (probably Seattle, Wash.)
1908
26
105: Chicago baseball players with Asahi women players
Toyo Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
Translation of Japanese: "Girls Chicago vs. Asahi."
1918
26
106: Seattle Mikado vs. University of Chicago, Seattle, Wash.
Frank Fukuda, 12th from left.
ca.1908-1912
27
107: Seattle Mikado baseball team, Seattle, Wash.
Back Row L to R: Kakuichi Yamada, Yoshiaki Marumo, George Engle (manager), Tamotsu Otani, John S. Ikeda, Motomi Miyasaka; Front Row L to R: Michio Saito, Jimmy Koyama, Frank Tokichi Fukuda, _____Omiya, and _____Kiso.
ca. 1908-1912
27
108: Ten young Japanese men
Frank Fukuda, back row, center.
28
109: Michio Saito, Seattle Mikado baseball team player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
110: Seattle Mikado baseball team player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
111: Omiya, Seattle Mikado baseball team player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
112: Motomi Miyasaka, Seattle Mikado baseball team player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
113: John S. Ikeda, Seattle Mikado baseball team player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
114: Yoshiaki Marumo, Seattle Mikado baseball player
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1911
28
115: Seattle Mikado baseball team, Seattle, Wash.
Frank Fukuda, 6th from left.
ca.1908-1912
28
116: Seattle Mikado vs. University of Chicago, Seattle, Wash.
ca. 1908-1912
28
117: Seattle Mikado baseball team, Seattle, WA
Frank Fukuda, 5th from left.
ca. 1908-1912
Images of Japanese Theater Performances:
Folder
29
118: Frank Fukuda in a performance
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
Translation of Japanese on back: "Sugimoto."
Nov. 3, 1915
29
119: Japanese theater performer
29
120: Asahi Club performance, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
1919
30
121: Asahi player in Under the Moonlight, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
Aiko Photo Studio (photographer)
1918
30
122: Asahi players Kobayashi and Nakamura in Under the Moonlight, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
Aiko Photo Studio (photographer)
1918
30
123: Asahi Club performance, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
1919
30
124: Asahi Club performance, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
1925
31
125: Musical performance
Frank Fukuda, far right.
31
126: Asahi Club performance, Nippon Kan Theater
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1915
31
127: Japanese theater performance, Nippon Kan Theater
Toyo Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
31
128: Asahi player Kotami Masuda in Japanese theater performance, Seattle, Wash.
Translation of Japanese on back: "Kotami Masuda at Korikiri."
Nov.16, 1924
31
129: Fundraising performance at the Nippon Kan Theater
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
Translation of Japanese on back: "Play for Donation, Nippon Kan."
1915
32
130: Japanese theater performance, Seattle, Wash.
1915
32
131: Asahi Club members/theatrical performers, Seattle, Wash.
Frank Fukuda, 2nd row, 3rd from left.
ca.1908-1912
33
132: Japanese theater performance, Nippon Kan Theater, Seattle, Wash.
ca. 1915
33
133: Japanese theater performance, Nippon Kan Theater
Aiko Studio (Seattle, Wash.) (photographer)
1915
34
134: Asahi player, Toshio, in Japanese theater performance, Seattle, Wash.
Translation of Japanese on back: "To Fukuda, Toshio."
34
135: Japanese theater performer
34
136: Japanese theater performance
Translation of banner: "There is nothing as precious as yourself in the universe."
35
137: Japanese theater performance

Miscellaneous PhotographsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
36
138: Seattle Asahi baseball team
Fukuda, manager, back row, center.
36
139a: Coach Frank Fukuda
M270a (photographs map case)
139b: Hirosho and Fuji baseball teams
Arthur M. Prentiss, Portland, Ore.
37
140a: Seattle Asahi baseball team visits well-known Japanese businessman Eichi Shibusana, Japan
1918
M270a (photographs map case)
140b: Asahi, Waseda, and Mikado baseball teams
K. Kiyota
July 10, 1921
37
141: Seattle Asahi team at restaurant/teahouse, Japan
Frank Fukuda, seated in dark robe; Mr. Ryozo Hiranuma, in rear wearing suit.
1921
37
142: Seattle Asahi team visits Sir Okuma (founder of Waseda University) at his residence
Frank Fukuda, middle row, 2nd from left; Sir Okuma, in robes, on Fukuda's left.
38
143: Frank Fukuda (center) with Ka Ho Elementary School baseball team, Japan
1922
39
144a: Meeting of female students at Japanese Language School, Portland, Or.
Frank Fukuda, principal, center left, holding daughter (Sachiko/Yukiko); Mrs. Hatsue Fukuda, center right.
ca. 1927-1931
M270a (photographs map case)
144b: Portland Fuji (Portland, Ore.) and Shinko Shogyo Commercial School (Kobe, Japan) baseball teams at Coast League Park
Coffey
Aug. 6, 1929

University of Washington Baseball Team Japan Tour , 1908Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
40
145: Washington team going to Waseda University field
2 copies.
40
146: Waseda University team at field
40
147-148: First game of UW vs. Waseda University
Sept. 19, 1908
40
149-150: Second game of UW vs. Waseda
Sept. 23, 1908
41
151: Waseda team warming up
41
152: Waseda University and UW teams with lineup
In Japanese.
41
153-154: UW practice at Waseda field
41
155: Waseda University team
41
156: Keio University team
41
157: UW vs. Keio University game
41
158: UW players at field entry
42
159: Game scorecard
42
160-163: Baseball game
42
164: View of the fans in the grandstand
42
165: Baseball game
43
166a-c: UW vs. Waseda University
43
167a-b: UW vs. Keio University
44
168: Seal of Kanaya Hotel, Japan
44
169: Newspaper clipping from Everett Daily Herald, "Webster Hoover to Catch in the Orient,"
Fri., July 24, 1908
box:oversize
OS box
170: UW team members in jinrickshaws, Tokyo, Japan
K. Takai Studio (photographer)