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March 21, 1991 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Mariko Terasaki Miller, leafing through her father's diaries and looking at the pages of Japanese characters was a longtime ritual. Miller and her mother, Gwen Harold Terasaki, could not read the writing, but they were content to study the simple ink sketches of mountain ranges and family photographs and to point out the only Japanese words they knew--their names. Translation was out of the question.
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March 21, 1991 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Mariko Terasaki Miller, leafing through her father's diaries and looking at the pages of Japanese characters was a longtime ritual. Miller and her mother, Gwen Harold Terasaki, could not read the writing, but they were content to study the simple ink sketches of mountain ranges and family photographs and to point out the only Japanese words they knew--their names. Translation was out of the question.
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December 22, 1990
Gwendolyn Harold Terasaki, 84, whose book "Bridge to the Sun" became a best seller and a 1961 movie, starring Carroll Baker and James Shigeta. Mrs. Terasaki, a native of Johnson City, Tenn., married Japanese diplomat Hidenari Terasaki in 1931. After Pearl Harbor the couple spent World War II in Tokyo, and "Bridge to the Sun," published in 1957, detailed the family's wartime experiences from a pro-Japanese point of view. On Saturday in Casper, Wyo.
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