Shimada, Mori, Japanese American, photographer (photographer)
2.375 x 3.375 in.
General Physical Description:
Black and white photograph
General Content Note:
1 b&w photograph of a catcher standing and waiting for the ball to be thrown home. Below is a man sliding into home base.
There is an umpire behind them both. George Miyahara was the first baseball from San Francisco then went to Heart Mountain
then after camp went back to San Francisco. Tas Yamada is sliding into home base and he is from San Jose, went to Heart Mountain
then after camp went to Detroit. Harry Miyakusu is the umpire from San Jose, then went to Heart Mountain, and returned to
San Jose. They are all San Jose Zebras. 1944 All-Star team from Heart Mountain which played a visiting team from Gila River.
Most of the players are wearing uniforms from local teams they played for before the war. Most of the fans were issei and
they wore fedora (Stetson) hats to the game. Heart Mountain All Stars won three games to two over Gila River All Stars. But
Gila River won all of the other games. All the games were at Heart Mountain.
Concentration Camps, Heart Mountain
Concentration camps, Gila River