Pharmacist Store Owner
Robert T. Ohashi is a Nisei pharmacist and store owner born in 1925 in Ketchikan, Alaska. During World War II, Mr. Ohashi, along with his mother, three brothers, and sister, were interned in Minidoka. His father was placed in Lordsburg, New Mexico. After the war, Mr. Ohashi eventually settled in the Seattle area, where he lives with his wife Marian and their four children.
World War II and Redress Experiences of Japanese Alaskans and Aleuts [AUDIO]
Ronald K. Inouye, Retired, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Marie Matsuno Nash
Robert T. Ohashi, Pharmacist Store Owner
Marla J. Williams, Director-Writer/Producer, "Aleut Story"
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Location: Willow B
Topic: Basic Introduction