8 images. Japanese emigrants on way to Brazil, 11 August 1954. General views of S.S. Brazil Maru and Japanese.; Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Illus. Cargo of agriculturists. Nos 1/2/3/4: Japanese passenger liner Brazil Maru shown passing through West Basin drawbridge and entering West Basin in San Pedro on maiden voyage bringing 896 Japanese nationalists who are en route to Brazil where they will settle under Brazil's recently re-opened immigration permits. Most are agriculturists with a few doctors, lawyers and engineers. No 5/6: Emigrants from Japan to Brazil shown on deck as maiden voyage passenger liner Brazil Maru enters West Basin for two night stay. Ship is owned by O.S.K. Line, Williams Dimond are agents here. Nos 7/8/9: Starting right to left with boy: Boy is Masanori Nanbi, 3, Kosei Fugisawa, Mitsui Onoyama holding Uki Onoyama, 3, and Hideko Omini. They will all start new life in Brazil".