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[Fuji Kishi, wife of Kichimatsu Kishi]

Description: Photograph of Fuji Kishi, wife of Kichimatsu Kishi. She came with her husband to Texas in 1908. He was the owner of a 3500-acre rice colony in Terry, Texas between Beaumont and Orange. She wears a string of pearls around her neck and a lace collar on her dress.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Tractor working at Kishi Rice Farm]

Description: Photograph of a man running a tractor on the Kishi Rice Farm in Terry, Texas. This 3,500-acre farm was founded by Kichimatsu Kishi, located on the Southern Pacific Railroad between Beaumont and Orange. The town of Terry, Texas no longer exists.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Tractor working at Kishi Rice Farm]

Description: Photograph of a man running a tractor on the Kishi Rice Farm in Terry, Texas. This 3,500-acre farm was founded by Kichimatsu Kishi, located on the Southern Pacific Railroad between Beaumont and Orange. The town of Terry, Texas no longer exists.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Aileen Stratton Merkle

Description: Photograph of Aileen Stratton Merkle standing in front of a wire fence with bushes behind it. She is wearing a light-colored dress, shoes, and stockings and a necklace. She is holding papers. Behind her are trees and wooden structures.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Buddhist shrine]

Description: Photograph of an ornate Buddhist shrine. There is a candle on the right and a plant on the left. Back of photograph: "Buddhist shrine once owned by Kichimatsu Kishi, grandfather of Henry Hirasaki. In 1928 Kishi helped found and donated land for Terry Methodist Chapel and translated the bible in Sunday school lessons for his older Japanese colonists."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Japanese Group Portrait]

Description: Photograph of a group of Japanese, Kichimatsu Kishi is in the middle row, second from left, wearing glasses. Most of the people are dressed in western clothing but one woman wears a traditional kimono.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum