Tsutae Sato

Tsutae Sato

Tsutae Sato (born 1891 in Tanamura machi, Fukushima-ken, Japan; died May 23, 1983 in Vancouver) was the fifth principal of the Vancouver Japanese Language School from 1917 until 1942, and then again from 1952 to 1966. There were about 150 students registered at the Vancouver school when Sato and his wife took over in 1917, and enrollment increased to over 1,000 by the time the school temporarily closed in 1942 due to the internment. In 1952, after a decade in exile from the coast, the Satos returned to Vancouver and resumed their role as the Principals of the Vancouver Japanese Language School until their retirement. (Source: Kimura Appendix)
His Bird Commission case file number is 501 and his Custodian case file number is 10353. (Source: lac_rg33-69_volume_24_file_0501)
He was also the secretary of the Vancouver Nippon Kyoritsu Go-Gakko Maintenance Association [Vancouver Japanese School of Languages Maintenance Association] and gave evidence at their Bird Commission hearing. (Source: lac_rg33-69_volume_24_file_0502)

Metadata

SurnameSato
ForenameTsutae
Regularized NameTsutae Sato
OccupationPrincipal
OrgNameVancouver Japanese Language School

Shared Surnames

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Tom Sato
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A Sato
Akisaburo Sato
Ayako Sato
Chika Sato
Chiye Sato
Chiyoye Sato
Eiju Sato
Eki Sato
Frances Sato
Fumie Sato
Fumiko Sato
Fumiko Sato
Fumiye Sato
Hanako Sato
Hanako Sato
Haruko Sato
Hatsumi Sato
Hedvig Josafina Sato
Hidekazu Sato
Hideko SatO
Hideko Sato
Hideko Sato
Hideko Sato
Hiroshi Sato
Ichiji Sato
Ikutaro Sato
J Sato
Jisaku Sato
Jishiro Sato
Joe Sato
Junzo Sato
Jusaburo Sato
Jushiro Sato
K.& Son Sato
Kadsuo Sato
Kaname Sato
Kanekichi Sato
Katsumi Sato
Kazuo Sato
Keiju Sato
Keiko Sato
Ken Sato
Kichiro Sato
Kikuji Sato
Kimi Sato
Kimiko Sato
Kingo Sato
Kiyoshi Mori
Kiyoshi Mori
Kiyoshi Sato
Kumakichi Sato
Kunio Sato
Kunitsuna Sato
Lauri Sato
Masao Sato
Masaye Sato
Masso Sato
Matsuye Sato
May Sato
Mickey Sato
Misako Sato
Mito Sato
Mito Sato
Mitsu Sato
Mitsu Sato
Mitsue Sato
Mitsuo Sato
Mitsuru Sato
Miyeko Sato
Miyoko Sato
Naokichi Sato
Noboru Sato
Nobu Sato
Nobuo Sato
Okisaburo Sato
Ritsuko Sato
Saburo Sato
Saburo Sato
Saburo Sato
Sada Sato
Sadakazu Sato
Sadamu Sato
Sadamu Sato
Satoko Sato
Satsuko Sato
Sayoko Sato
Seiji Sato
Shigeru Sato
Shime Sato
Shime Sato
Shimeno Sato
Shingo Sato
Shinichi Sato
Shinichi Sato
Shinji Sato
Shinkichi Sato
Shino Sato
Shinya Sato
Shotaro Sato
Shotaro Sato
Shunichi Sato
Soshiro Sato
Soyemon Sato
Soyemon Sato
Soyemon Sato
Soyemon Sato
Stephen Sato
Sumi Sato
Sumiko Sato
Sumiko Sato
T. Sato
Tai Sato
Takao Sato
Takayoshi Sato
Takeo Sato
Takeshi Sato
Takeyo Sato
Tamaki Sato
Tasaku Sato
Teruko Sato
Tokugoro Sato
Tokuye Sato
Tomekichi Sato
Tomizo Sato
Tomizo Sato
Toshio Sato
Toshio Sato
Toye Sato
Tsutae Sato
Tsutae Sato
Tsutae Sato
YOshio Sato
Yasuno Sato
Yesko Sato
Yoshi Sato
YoshiO Sato
Yoshiaki Sato
Yoshiaki Sato
Yoshikazu Sato
Yoshiko Sato
Yoshio Sato
Yoshio Sato
Yoshio Sato
Yoshio Sato
Yoshio Sato
Yoshio Sato

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