The Museum has begun to inventory and catalog the incredibly rich Harada Family archival and artifact collections. Since the Harada family did not lose their home during internment, these family collections span the entirety of the twentieth century.
These collections document the lives and experiences of the Haradas as they struggled to achieve the American Dream. The archival collections, approximately 100 linear feet, include photographs, documents, ephemera, newspapers, magazines, journals and correspondence. The artifact collections comprise furniture, Japanese and American textiles and costumes, decorative and fine arts.