A representative of the Hiroshima Museum visited Seattle to interview members and collect materials for the museum.

As it had done in the past, the Club responded whole-heartedly to request from Japan,  members collected and shipped three containers of materials including a farm worker’s shack, horse driven farm equipments, oyster harvesting equipment, office machines and books about Japanese immigrants in  the Northwest.

The Frank M. Kobuki House a quintessential shelter for farm workers in the early part of this century was dismantled and sent along with its furnishings.