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Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-92

Eden, Idaho--Newly arrived evacuees from the assembly center at Puyallup, Washington, are registered and assigned apartments at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/17/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-93

Eden, Idaho--Newly arrived evacuees from the assembly center at Puyallup, Washington, are registered and assigned apartments at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/17/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-94

Eden, Idaho--Newly arrived evacuees from the assembly center at Puyallup, Washington, are registered and assigned apartments at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/17/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-95

Eden, Idaho--A view of the Twin Falls North Side Canal which borders this War Relocation Authority center on the south.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/18/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-96

Eden, Idaho--A view of the Twin Falls North Side Canal which borders this War Relocation Authority center on the south.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/18/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-97

Eden, Idaho--A view of the Twin Falls North Side Canal which borders this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/18/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-98

Eden, Idaho--A view of a farm a few miles south of the Minidoka War Relocation Authority center. Beans are growing in the foreground.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/18/42

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. B-983

Fumi Onodera, 20, proudly points at the names of her 3 brothers, Ko, Kaun, 24; and Satoru, 22, on the Honor Roll of Japanese Americans serving in the U. S. Army from the Minidoka Relocation Center, Hunt, Idaho. The 3 brothers are in training in a combat team at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, with other Americans of Japanese parentage. Some have already seen action in Italy. The Onodera brothers are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Toyosuke Onodera of Hunt. He was formerly a tailor in Seattle, Washington. The Hunt Honor Roll numbers 416 now and the list is still growing. More than half volunteered since Pearl Harbor.

Hunt, Idaho. 10/14/43

Volume 25, Section C, WRA no. D-99

Eden, Idaho--A view of a farm a few miles south of the Minidoka War Relocation Authority center. Beans are growing in the foreground.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 8/18/42

Volume 78, Section G, WRA no. -236

Adult education class in carpentry, building chicken houses.

Hunt, Idaho. 6/?/43

Volume 78, Section G, WRA no. -238

Swimming hole located south of warehouse are adjacent to the North Side Irrigation Canal, which may be seen at upper right. Water flows from canal into pool and out again. The average depth of pool is 6 feet.

Hunt, Idaho. 8/28/43

Volume 78, Section G, WRA no. -239

Adult education class in auto mechanics.

Hunt, Idaho. 6/?/43

Volume 78, Section G, WRA no. -241

Norakuro band. This is called a harmonica band although harmonicas are augmented by an equal number of other instruments. The organization, including the name, is patterned after Borrah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals. This band plays for center dances and is very popular. They play both American and Japanese music, often putting Japanese lyrics to American music. Roy Matsunaga, right, with baton, formerly of Portland, Oregon, is leader.

Hunt, Idaho. 8/20/43

Volume 78, Section A, WRA no. -734

Henry Tambora, a former radio repairman from Portland, Oregon, continues at his old trade in the radio repair shop at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 12/10/42

Volume 78, Section A, WRA no. -788

Luncheon serving ....... Menu: Baked macaroni with Spanish sauce, spinach, pickled beets, bread pudding, tea, bread and butter.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 12/2/42

Volume 78, Section A, WRA no. -798

Hospital Series. One of the wards.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 12/10/42

Volume 78, Section A, WRA no. -799

Mud from rain and melting snow.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 12/10/42

Volume 78, Section A, WRA no. -905

Evacuee stenographers and clerks at work in Administrative Office.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 1/28/43

Volume 78, Section C, WRA no. -910

Shown here are the four Sakura brothers and their mother Mrs. Misa Sakura. The boys have volunteered for service in the combat team in the United States Army, which is composed of Americans of Japanese ancestry. They are fulfilling a vow made to their father, who died 20 years ago, to live and die for the United States, if Japan and America should ever go to war. Left to right are Kenny, Ted, Mrs. Sakura, Chester, and Howard.

Photographer: Bigelow, John

Hunt, Idaho. 3/12/43

Volume 82, Section A, WRA no. -746

Hospital Series, Dental Laboratory.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Hunt, Idaho. 12/10/42

 

Series 10: Rohwer

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-299

Part of a crowd watching a football game between the Stockton and Santa Anita Teams.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-300

The crowd floods the football field as the game ends. Stockton and Santa Anita teams clashed mightily.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-301

The crowd floods the football field as the game ends. Stockton and Santa Anita teams clashed mightily.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-302

Junior High School students are here changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-303

Junior High School students are here changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-304

Evacuee High School students are here shown changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-305

Evacuee High School students are here shown changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-306

Evacuee High School students are here shown changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-307

A group of evacuee High School students are here shown changing classes.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-308

Volunteer workers are here constructing apartments for the administrative staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/19/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-309

Volunteer workers are here constructing apartments for the administrative staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/19/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-310

Volunteer workers are here constructing apartments for the administrative staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/19/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-311

Volunteer workers constructing apartments for the administrative staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/19/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-312

Volunteer workers are here constructing apartments for the administrative staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/19/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-313

Volunteer crews unloading supplies on a railroad siding for transportation to the warehouses at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-314

Residents of this center are cutting plaques from a green oak log for an oil painting.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-315

Three small boys compete in a stiff marble game on a Sunday afternoon in Block [cut off].

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-316

If he's a boy in America he plays marbles, as these lads of Japanese parentage are doing at the Rohwer Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/17/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-317

Voluntary workers cutting up cleared logs for stove wood and fuel collection.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-318

Voluntary workers cutting up cleared logs for stove wood and fuel collection.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-319

Voluntary workers transporting supplies from a railsiding to warehouses at this center by truck.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-320

Volunteer workers loading a truck from a boxcar for transportation to the warehouse at this center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-321

Evacuees loading trucks with supplies for transportation to the warehouses at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-322

Volunteer workers loading coal from a gondola to trucks for transportation to mess halls. Wood is used for barracks heating.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-323

A view of the warehouse area at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-324

A group of girls who are residents at this center and a puppy at a football game.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-325

A group of girls who are residents at this center and a puppy at a football game.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-326

Dick Kunishima, Coach and former California High School Athletic Director, tears his team apart between halves of a Stockton-Santa Anita game.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-327

Dick Kunishima, Coach and former California High School Athletic Director, tears his team apart between halves of a Stockton-Santa Anita game.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-328

A football game between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-329

A football game between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-330

A crowd of evacuees watching a football game between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita Assembly Centers.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-331

The crowd breaks the line during a tense moment of a football game between Stockton and Santa Anita teams.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-332

The crowd gathers on all available spots to see a football game. This game was between the Stockton and Santa Anita teams.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-333

The crowd stands on benches to see the football game between the Stockton and Santa Anita teams.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-334

Changing classes at the temporary high school quarters.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/23/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-335

Changing classes at the temporary high school quarters.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/23/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-336

Changing classes at the temporary high school quarters.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/23/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-337

Two young grade school students watch the camera as their pictures are being taken.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-338

The arrival of kindling wood from the contractor's stock pile means new shiny blocks for the Grade School children.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-339

This young lad was late for school and he isn't wasting any time.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-340

A typical wood cutting scene in the street in the north of the Rohwer Relocation Center, where former west coast residents of Japanese ancestry are now residing. Wood, to be cleared from the prospective center farm lands. The cutting is accomplished by volunteer teams selected by Block Managers, and each capable block resident contributes an equal amount of his time in sawing and chopping the logs.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-341

Adding a front porch to their barracks, these centerites are thinking of winter snow and rain.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-342

At the Rohwer Relocation Center, wood for fuel is piled in the barracks street, while a group of residents use scraps for constructing a sheltered stoop over the barracks porch. The fuel is provided by volunteer block groups, who saw and chop timbers brought from the cleared center farm lands.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-343

A High School office assistant leaves the principal's office ringing the temporary class change bell. (A cow bell)

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/21/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-345

Ikebana. An example of the Japanese art of arranging plants, flowers and twigs.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-346

A Football squad at the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/?/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-347

Ray D. Johnston, the Project Director at this center, seated at his desk in the Administrative Office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/27/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-348

Ray D. Johnston, the Project Director at this center, seated at his desk in the Administrative Office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/27/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-349

A view of the Social Service Office Section.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-350

Ray D. Johnston, Project Director, in conference with the staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-351

A Judo class at this relocation area. Classes are held every afternoon and evening.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-352

A Judo class. Lessons are held every afternoon and evening at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-353

A Judo class. Lessons are held every afternoon and evening at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-354

A Judo class. Lessons are held every afternoon and evening at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-355

A Judo class. Lessons are held every afternoon and evening at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-356

A Judo class. Lessons are held every afternoon and evening at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-358

Ninth grade class being held in the Home Room. Mrs. Pearl Bristow, ninth grade teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-359

The boys of 9A in shop class. Yataka Ito, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-361

Students of Japanese parentage of Grade 9-A in Spanish. Mrs. Marie McCullough, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-362

The Latin Class, 10-A. Miss Elaine Simpson, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/23/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-363

A Music Class. Vocal lessons are taught by Miss Leola Parsley.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-364

A scene in Jr. High School--the ninth grade. Mrs. M. H. Ziegler, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/24/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-365

Fourth Grade School in Barracks 43-4-B. Nareen Oura, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/24/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-367

Story hour in the first grade. Miss Margaret Morrissy.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-368

Eighth Grade Science class. Mr. Kinji Sayama, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-369

Kindergarten class in barracks 35-4-F. Shigeko Tabuchi, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/24/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-370

A student acting as teacher in a second grade class of the Rohwer Relocation Center grammar school. The assistant teacher is a qualified center resident, who has been selected, among others, to assist the appointed personnel teaching. The class room, a regular barracks room, and the furniture, temporary center constructed. Lily Namimoto, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-371

A third grade class at this relocation center. Miss Rose Shada, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-372

One of the third grade classes. Miss Rita Hayes, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-373

A third grade class at this relocation center. Miss Velma Mullins, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-374

Study Hall--a converted mess hall--High School. Miss Opal Albright, teacher.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-375

Interior view of the machine shop. (L to R) Ben D. Ramsdell, Instructor; Junidi Amada, William Tak[...] and Nirosh Uyshara, Assistant Instructors in the Tool Shop. George Ota, Machinist.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. E-376

Mr. H. Zeigler, Elementary Principal at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-993

View of barracks at Rohwer Relocation Center showing front yards and drainage ditch which surrounds each block.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-994

Dr. P. A. Weber, from the WRA office in Salt Lake City, who speaks fluent Japanese, talks with some of the evacuees during the visit of a Relocation Team to the Rohwer Project.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-995

There is provision for weaving and spinning at Rohwer Relocation Center. This man has grown his own cotton on a little plot by his barrack. Here he is spinning it into thread preparatory to weaving it.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-996

Many of the evacuees are very skillful woodcarvers. This man at Rohwer Relocation Center is at work on a cane.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-997

This Issei woman is winding yarn in the weaving room at Rohwer Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-998

Harold Fistere, Relocation Supervisor from Cleveland, and Elmer Shirrell, Relocation Supervisor from Chicago, discuss their respective areas with an evacuee during a recent visit of a Relocation Team to Rohwer Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 26, Section D, WRA no. B-999

Scene at Rohwer Relocation Center. Alongside the barracks, many of the evacuees have small vegetable and flower gardens.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

McGehee, Arkansas. 12/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-377

Mr. H. Zeigler, Elementary Principal, and his office staff, Miriam Minamo, Secretary (right), and Barbara Hamabe, File Clerk.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/22/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-378

General Office in the High School.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-379

Principal Wm. M. Beasley and his office staff, Nobu Sayama, Secretary, and Mary Fujita, clerk. (L to R) Nobuo Sayama, Secretary; H. S. Principal, Wm. M. Beasley; Mary Fujita, clerk.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-380

John Bledsoe, Jr. High School principal, his secretary and two school students. (L to R) Jr. High School Principal, John T. Bledsoe; Stenographer Stella Nawa; Students Agnes Yayosho and George Hanzawa.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-381

The 11th grade class in American History in the temporary High School. Mrs. B.D. Ramsdell.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-382

The third Grade class in the temporary elementary school in barracks 35-6-F. Teacher: Tokio Inouye.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-383

A football game, between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita Assembly Centers, brings out practically the entire population of the Rohwer Relocation Center, where persons of Japanese ancestry, formerly residents in west coast defense areas, now reside.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/24/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-384

Part of the football crowd at a game between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita Assembly Centers.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-385

A view of the football crowd at a game between teams representing Stockton and Santa Anita Assembly Centers.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-386

A Japanese folk dancer at an outdoor entertainment.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-387

The engineering staff at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-388

A section of the office staff at the Rohwer center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-389

A section of the office staff at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-390

A section of the office staff at the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-391

The Mail and File Section of the Office Staff at the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-392

J. A. Trice, Superintendent of Schools, and staff.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-393

Senior Physics Class in Barracks 11-F at the temporary High School quarters. D. L. Cook.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-394

A class in English at the Rohwer center. This class, a part of the Adult Education Program, is attended chiefly by issei women who after having their first opportunity to learn English.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-395

A section of the Office Staff at the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-396

The Thanksgiving day dinner at the Staff mess hall.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-398

The Thanksgiving day dinner at the Staff mess hall.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-399

An art class at a recreation center at the Rohwer project.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-401

A section of the office staff at the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-402

Residents of this center gather strange root and tree formations from the surrounding forests of oak, cypress and gum, and by deft handiwork make many art objects.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-404

A first generation mother learning to spin an old fashioned wheel at the Recreation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/25/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-417

A 5-day Boy Scout Camp on the bank of the Mississippi River was composed of nearly a hundred boys from the Rohwer Center, a few less from the Jerome Center, together with a small group from the nearby town of Arkansas City.

McGehee, Arkansas. 8/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-418

A 5-day Boy Scout Camp on the bank of the Mississippi River was composed of nearly a hundred boys from the Rohwer Center, a few less from the Jerome Center, together with a small group from the nearby town of Arkansas City.

McGehee, Arkansas. 8/19/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-420

The championship softball game between two center clubs, Stockton Rebels and the Los Angeles Mutineers.

McGehee, Arkansas. 8/25/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-579

A tense moment in a football game between Stockton and Santa Anita teams finds spectators perched everywhere.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 11/15/42

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-831

In a sewing class at the Rohwer Center schools, Misaye Oku gets pointers from instructress, Mrs. Sadako Yasue. Adult classes, teaching subjects which contribute to the comforts or living requirements of center life, are very popular with housewives and mothers.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-832

A sewing class in the adult education division of the Rohwer schools. This class is conducted by center resident, Mrs. Sadako Yasue, a qualified Home Economics Teacher, who, with other assistant teachers, have been recruited from among center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-833

Much of the timber cleared from reclaimed farm lands is used for fuel to heat barracks homes. Cutting and chopping is done by volunteer workers enlisted by block managers, to provide fuel for each individual block. Each capable resident is expected to contribute his share of time to the fuel project.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-836

A big oak goes down with a crash, as center workmen begin clearing reclaimed land, which will be used for center agricultural purposes. Workers, for this and other farm activities, are recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-837

John K. Matsuhiro, a former California radio service man, carries on his trade at the Rohwer Center, where, despite difficulties in securing repair parts, John has been able to keep many center radios functioning. Skilled workers, of nearly every type, are found among the center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-838

Larry Sato, a former southern California dragline operator back at his old trade on a dragline at the Rohwer Relocation Center. The task of maintaining the center and its facilities, and distribution of fuel, food supplies, etc., is carried on by workers recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-839

Larry Sato, former southern California dragline operator back at his old trade on a dragline, at the Rohwer Relocation Center. The task of maintaining the center and its facilities and distributing fuel, food supplies, etc., is carried on by workers recruited from center residents, (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-840

Sam Takeda and George Yoshihara, former west coast butchers, cutting meat for center mess halls. With meat rationing strictly adhered to, only experienced butchers are employed in distributing the limited meat supply to mess hall kitchens. They are recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-841

Sam Takeda, a former west coast butcher, cutting a beef quarter in the refrigerator room at the Rohwer Center. With meat rationing strictly adhered to, only experienced butchers are employed in distributing the limited meat supply to mess hall kitchens. They are recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-842

A group of farm workers assembling equipment, in preparing for spring plowing. Farm workers, for the extensive project agricultural activities, are recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-845

Gathering a supply of food stuffs, in the produce cooler for delivery to center mess halls, are these two young former Californians (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-846

Husky young former west coast residents in the produce cooler at the Rohwer Center. Workers who handle the storage and distribution of food supplies throughout the center, are recruited from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-847

A part of the reed section of the High School band in a practice session. Most of the student band members are playing instruments for the first time, and the band is fast becoming a matter of much pride among center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-849

A part of the brass and reed section of the High School band of the High School in a practice session at the school's band room. Most of the student band members are playing instruments for the first time, and the band is fast becoming a matter of much pride among center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-850

A trombone section of the High School Band in a practice session at the school band room. Most of the student band members are playing instruments for the first time, and the band is fast becoming a matter of much pride among center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-851

A snare drum section of the high school band, in a practice session. Most of the student band members are playing instruments for the first time, and the band is fast becoming a matter of much pride among center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-852

A part of the brass section of the High School Band, at the Rohwer Center. The students learning to play instruments for the band are former Californians, who, with their parents, were evacuated from strategic west coast areas.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/9/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-853

Captain John A. Holbrook, of a special Army Recruitment Team, points out the dotted line to Fred H. Kitagawa and Tommy Hiraoka, who are volunteering for combat duty with a special Japanese-American unit in the United States Army.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-854

Sergeant Isamu Adachi, of the Army Recruiting Team, congratulates center residents Fred H. Kitagawa and Tommy Hiraoka on accepting their enlistment papers for duty with a special combat unit of the United States Army.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-856

Ray D. Johnston, left, center director, and Captain John A. Holbrook, chief of an army recruiting team, discuss army with a group of volunteers and Sergeant Isamu Adachi, at the Rohwer Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-857

Center Director Ray Johnston, right, congratulates George Kiwashima on his voluntary enlistment in the United States Army while Captain John Holbrook and two other volunteers look on. (L to R) Captain John A. Holbrook, George Kiwashima, Charles Afuso, Tommy Hiraoka and Ray Johnston.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-858

Allan Hagio, a former Californian artist, preparing a sign in the sign shop at the Rohwer Relocation Center, where former west coast residents are temporarily residing.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-859

In the sign shop, at the Rohwer Center, experienced artists and sign painters prepare sign boards for center use.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-861

In the motor pool repair station. George Baba and Toki Umeda begin over hauling a truck loader. Motorized equipment at the center is maintained by qualified mechanics volunteered from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-862

In repairing a piece of farm machinery, Chester Ishii raises his welder's hood to inspect the job. Chester, a former California mechanic, now resides at the Rohwer Center and contributes his knowledge and experience to the maintenance of center motorized equipment.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-863

In center motor pool shop, George Kenotsu and George Baba, former, Stockton, California mechanics, prepare to remove an automobile motor for over haul. Mechanical repairs to all center motor equipment is carried out by residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/10/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-864

In a wood carving class, this center resident, a former Californian of Japanese ancestry, works on a patriotic carving cut from a natural hardwood formation.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-865

In the wood carving class, at the Rohwer Center, this young former Californian, begins work on a new piece of Arkansas birch. Classes teaching arts and crafts, which enable center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry), to provide art objects for their barracks, are very popular.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-866

Among the unusual hobbies to be found in the relocation center, whose residents are former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry, is this former Californian's semi-precious stone cutting. He has prepared much interesting jewelry from bits of unusual stone picked up on the center grounds.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. E-867

In a wood carving class, at the Rohwer Relocation Center, center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry) enthusiastically take up the art of wood carving. They gather unusual shaped cypress roots and hard wood knots, as a basis for carving art objects.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/7/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-967

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Cecelia Sutow, U.S. citizen, and her baby are on their way back to Los Angeles while the husband and father is on his way overseas with the U.S. Army.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-968

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Loading at Rohwer Center of special train of July 26.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-969

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaneko bid farewell to a friend before they leave on the special train of July 26. Mr. Kaneko's father was also a U.S. citizen, and he has a brother in the Army and a sister in the WAC. (Mrs. Kaneko is in dark suit.)

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-970

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Crowd of Rohwer Center residents watches loading of special train of July 26.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-971

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Hideo Kanow, Mother of four sons in the Army in Italy, all of whom have been wounded, packs to return to Los Angeles on the special train of July 26.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-973

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaneko, U.S. citizens, and their son Byron pack to return to Los Angeles on the special train of July 26. Mr. Kaneko's father was also a citizen. He has a brother in the Army and a sister in the WAC.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-974

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaneko and their son, Byron, pack to return to Los Angeles. Mr. Kaneko, whose father, too, was a United States citizen, has a brother in the Army and a sister in the W.A.C.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-976

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Hideo Kanow, mother of four sons in the Army in Italy, all of whom are entitled to wear the Purple Heart, bids farewell to one of her friends before she returns to Los Angeles on the special train of July 26.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-977

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. Kaei Kamiya, U.S. Citizen, bids farewell from the truck before he boards the train for Los Angeles with his wife and four children.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-979

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaneko, U.S. citizens, and their son Byron wait for the train to pull out to Los Angeles. Mr. Kaneko's father was also a U.S. citizen and he has a brother in the Army and a sister in the WAC.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-980

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaneko, U.S. citizens, and son, Byron, bid farewell to friends at the Block Mess Hall before they board the train for Los Angeles. Mr. Kaneko's father was also a U.S. citizen and he has a brother in the Army and a sister in the W.A.C.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 27, Section D, WRA no. G-981

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Center residents waving goodbye to friends from doorway of special train which left Rohwer enroute to California July 26. [Left, Mrs. Cecilia Sutow and Christine.]

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/43

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-1

Noboru Matsumoto and Jimmie Ishida inspect tall corn they are helping to grow on the extensive agricultural project in connection with the Rohwer Relocation Center where they reside.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/?/43

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-2

Residents of the Rohwer Relocation Center near McGehee, Arkansas, are shown harvesting a large crop of cucumbers grown at the center's agricultural project.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/?/43

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. I-238

A young resident of the Rohwer Center views the grave of one of his relatives buried in the permanent cemetery, built and maintained by the evacuees.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-3

Residents of the Rohwer Relocation Center harvest a truck load of mustard on the extensive acreage they have helped cultivate near-by.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/?/43

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-4

One of many truck loads of mustard harvested by the residents of the Rohwer Relocation Center on the land cultivated by the evacuees.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/?/43

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-493

In contrast to most of the relocation center sites, many of the blocks in the Rohwer Center are shaded by trees. The residents have done much to make their tar paper barracks more livable by the planting of flowers and vegetable gardens and the building of rustic walks and bridges. This view is in block 7.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-494

Vines hide the tar paper on this Rohwer residence.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-495

One of the many small victory gardens seen throughout the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-496

Rohwer maintains its own cemetery at the edge of the center. Permanent tombstones and monuments are constructed by the residents. The plot is landscaped and cared for by the evacuees. Comparatively few are buried here as cremation is the rule among Japanese Americans.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-497

Rohwer maintains its own cemetery at the edge of the center. Permanent tombstones and monuments are constructed by the residents. The plot is landscaped and cared for by the evacuees. Comparatively few are buried here as cremation is the rule among Japanese Americans.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 6/16/44

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. H-5

Noboru Matsumoto, left, and Jimmie Ishida look for a ripe one. The men are residents of the Rohwer Relocation Center and have helped cultivate the extensive acreage being farmed by the evacuees. In common with most Americans they are very fond of watermelons and many acres are being harvested.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/?/43

Volume 34, Section D, WRA no. G-420

The championship softball game between two center clubs, the Stockton Rebels and the Los Angeles Mutineers.

McGehee, Arkansas. 8/25/43

Volume 34, Section D, WRA no. G-972

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Hideo Kanow, mother of four sons in the Army in Italy, packs to return to Los Angeles. All of the four boys have been wounded. Mrs. Kanow said, I'm going back to Los Angeles to make a home for my boys to come back to.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/45

Volume 34, Section D, WRA no. G-975

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Stretcher case being loaded on pullman for return to Los Angeles. Only bed patients, the infirm, and mothers with infants rode the pullman.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/45

Volume 34, Section D, WRA no. G-978

Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Hideo Kanow, Japanese citizen, mother of four sons in the service in Italy, all of whom are entitled to wear the Purple Heart, bids farewell to a friend as the train pulls out. Mrs. Kanow said, I'm going back to Los Angeles to make a home for my boys to come back to.

McGehee, Arkansas. 7/26/45

Volume 78, Section E, WRA no. -821

Forty head of Arkansas mules have been acquired by the Rohwer Relocation Center for use in the agricultural program.. The residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry), more accustomed to the use of mechanized equipment, are fast learning the traditional character of the Arkansas mule.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/11/43

Volume 78, Section E, WRA no. -860

Morio Higashi, a former California plumber, marks out a steel casting for welding. The maintenance of center plumbing, electrical and water supply facilities are carried on by qualified workers selected from center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

McGehee, Arkansas. 3/8/43

 

Series 11: Tule Lake

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-256

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins April 23, 1942, on this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-258

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Constriction of this War Relocation Authority center has commenced. Approximately 10,000 evacuees of Japanese ancestry will be housed here for the duration.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-259

Tule Lake, Calif.--Bird's-eye view of War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-260

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Drainage ditch near the War Relocation Authority center which is being established to house 10,000 evacuees of Japanese ancestry for the duration.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-261

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-262

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Site on which a War Relocation Authority center is to be constructed for the housing of 10,000 evacuees of Japanese ancestry for the duration.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-263

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Construction of barrack apartments has begun at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-265

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Work commences on the construction of barrack homes for evacuees of Japanese ancestry on the site selected for this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-266

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--This site near Tule Lake in Modoc County, just south of the Oregon border, has been selected for the construction of a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-267

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Construction begins on the site selected for this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-268

Tulelake, Calif.--View of a main street of this town which is located near the site selected for the construction of a War Relocation Authority center for the housing of evacuees of Japanese ancestry for the duration.

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-269

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-270

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Drainage ditch at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-271

Tule Lake, Calif.--Beauford Hayden, Superintendent Reclamation Project, displaying chart showing the location of the site selected for a War Relocation Authority center for the housing of evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-277

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A scene on a farm near the site selected for a War Relocation Authority center where evacuees of Japanese ancestry will spend the duration.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-278

Tulelake, Calif.--This field of sugar beets is located three miles southeast of Tulelake, California, near the site selected for a War Relocation Authority center for the housing of 10,000 evacuees of Japanese ancestry for the duration.

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-279

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-280

Tule Lake, Calif.--Potato digger operating at Hatfield, California. Adaptable for growing potatoes is acreage in War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-281

Tule Lake, Calif.--View of Canadian Honker geese in formation over Tule Lake Sump Wildlife Refuge. The geese nest here and may be seen the year around. In this area in Modoc County, south of the Oregon border, a War Relocation Authority center is being built for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-282

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-429

Great originality in costumes was shown at the Harvest Festival parade held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-430

Great originality in costumes was shown at the Harvest Festival Parade held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-431

Two evacuees in the Harvest Festival Parade who wore cleverly designed costumes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-432

Great originality in costume designs was shown at the Harvest Festival Parade which was held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-433

Some of the evacuees who participated in the Harvest Festival Parade held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-434

Two of the participants of the Harvest Festival parade, which was witnessed by a large crowd of the residents at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-435

The Harvest Day Festival parade.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-436

A scene at the Harvest Festival held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-437

Harvest day festival concessionary.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-438

A scene at the Harvest Festival held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-439

Harvest day festival. An artist sketches one of the festive throng in the concessionary.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-440

Two of the evacuees who participated in the Harvest Festival Parade which was held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-441

Farm workers who participated in the Harvest Festival Parade held at this relocation center. Their hats were fashioned from turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-443

Two of the participants in the Harvest Festival Parade. Note the large crowd in the background that witnessed this parade.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-444

Part of the evacuees who participated in the Harvest Festival Parade at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-445

Part of the High School group that participated in the Harvest Festival Parade at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-446

Two of the Nursery School children who participated in the Harvest Festival Parade held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-447

Three costumes that were worn in the Harvest Festival Parade held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-451

A sixth grade pupil in the classroom. Miss Mae Hert is the teacher.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-452

Sixth grade pupils in the classroom. Miss Mae Hert is the teacher.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-453

A sixth grade pupil in the classroom. Miss Mae Hert is the teacher.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-454

Sixth grade pupils in the classroom. Miss Mae Hert is the teacher.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-455

Low fifth grade pupils and their teacher, Mrs. Rhoda McGarva, outside the barracks school room.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-456

The boys of the lower fifth grade, taught by Mrs. Rhoda McGarva, shown here are choosing sides for games.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-457

These boys of the low fifth grade, taught by Mrs. Rhoda McGarva, are playing Cock Fight.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-458

These girls of the low fifth grade, taught by Mrs. Rhoda McGarva, are here shown playing Two Deep.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-460

A view showing the artistic way in which the evacuees decorate the exterior of the barracks to make them more homelike.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-461

A view showing the way in which the evacuees decorate the exterior of the barracks to make them more homelike.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-462

A view down one of the streets of this relocation center, showing the artistic way in which the evacuees decorate the exterior of their barracks to make them more homelike.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-463

A close up of hogs feeding at the temporary location of the hog farm at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-464

A view of hogs on the temporary hog farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-465

A view of hogs at the temporary hog farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-466

A close up of hogs feeding at the temporary location of the hog farm at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-467

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by truck from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-468

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by truck from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-469

A close up of hogs feeding at the temporary location of the hog farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-470

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by trucks from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-471

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by trucks from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-472

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by trucks from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-473

A close up of evacuees feeding garbage from the center to the hogs at the temporary location of the hog farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-474

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by trucks from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-475

A close up of hogs eating garbage at the temporary location of the hog farm. The garbage is brought to the farm by truck from the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-476

A view of hogs at the temporary hog farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-477

A close up of a garbage truck from the center which is used to bring garbage to the hogs at the temporary location of the hog farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-478

A view of hogs eating garbage which was brought to them by a truck from the center. This hog farm is in a temporary location.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-479

Evacuees unloading a truck load of garbage at the temporary hog farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-480

Truck loads of garbage from the center are brought to the hogs at the temporary hog farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-481

A view showing the hogs at the temporary hog farm at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-482

Two of the many hogs at the temporary hog farm at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 28, Section D, WRA no. A-483

One of the barracks at this center which is used for a high school. As yet the students haven't decided on a name for the school.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-484

One of the barracks at this center which is used for a high school. As yet, the students haven't decided on a name for the school.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/3/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-485

Evacuee farmers loading a truck with potatoes from the farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-486

Evacuee farmers loading a truck with recently dug potatoes at the farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-487

An evacuee farmer ready to put a sack of newly dug potatoes on the truck at the farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-488

Sacks which are being filled with newly dug potatoes by evacuee farmers at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-489

Crew harvesting potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-490

View of wild geese on farm. These geese, which are protected by game laws, cause hundreds of dollars of damage to the crops.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-491

View of wild geese on farm. These geese, which are protected by game laws, cause hundreds of dollars of damage to the crops.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-492

View of farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-589

Two women of Japanese ancestry pause from their potato harvesting to pose for this picture.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-590

Evacuee farmers filling sacks with newly dug potatoes at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-591

Evacuee farmers filling sacks with newly dug potatoes on the farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-592

Potatoes on the farm at this relocation center dug by a mechanical digger pulled by a tractor.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-594

Evacuee farmers at this relocation center filling sacks with newly dug potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-595

Evacuee farmers at this relocation center filling sacks with newly dug potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-596

Evacuee farmers at this relocation center filling sacks with newly dug potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-597

Potatoes on the farm at this relocation center are dug by a mechanical digger pulled by a tractor--then sacked by evacuee farmers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-599

Evacuee farmers on their way to the fields at this relocation center to harvest potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-600

A group of evacuee farmers warming their hands over a bonfire before they start harvesting potatoes.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-601

Artist at Fair. Harvest Festival.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-602

Harvest Festival crowds.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-603

Harvest Festival crowds.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-604

Harvest Festival crowds.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-605

Artist at fair.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-606

Harvest Festival crowds.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 10/31/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-607

Cabaret Internationale evacuee show.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-608

Woodie Ichihashi band.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-609

Drummer in Woodie Ichihashi band. George Sumida, Sacramento.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-612

Ziegfield number in Cabaret Internationale program.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-613

Entertainers at the Cabaret Internationale Program held at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-614

Yuki Shimoda does an imitation of Carmen Miranda's Mama Yo Quiero at the Cabaret Internationale Program held at this center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/1/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-615

Nursery school children playing house.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-616

Home made toilets for nursery school children.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-617

Nursery school children singing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-618

Nursery school children singing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-619

Nursery school children singing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-620

Little nursery school girl singing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-621

Nursery school children with model barracks.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-622

A general view of the office of the Tulean Dispatch.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-623

Evacuee artists who work on the Tulean Dispatch. (L to R) Dick Kurihara, Martha Mizuguchi, Mas Inada.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-624

Evacuees working at the city desk of the Tulean Dispatch.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-625

Absentee voters of Japanese descent getting ballots and having them notarized.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-626

Mary Oshiro of the Tulean Dispatch Staff cuts a Japanese stencil. Former occupation: clerk. Former residence: Sacramento.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-627

Absentee voters of Japanese descent getting ballots and having them notarized.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-628

Notarizing and getting absentee ballot. Alice Fujinaga, formerly of Seattle, Washington.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-629

Absentee voters of Japanese descent getting ballots and having them notarized.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/2/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-630

View in grammar school at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-632

View in grammar school at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-633

View in grammar school at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-634

A view in grammar school at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-635

World History and English, a two hour class taught by Mrs. Hanny Billigmei.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-637

Arthur Ramey, supervisor of student teachers in counselor's room.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-638

Seventh grade pupils in one of the school rooms at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-639

Seventh grade pupils at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-640

The Seventh Grade in Barracks 6602-B.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 11/4/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-703

Joe Hayes, Assistant Project Director.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-704

Joe Hayes, Assistant Project Director.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 12/5/42

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-901

Elva Shinozaki. Present occupation: stenographer. Former occupation: stenographer. Former residence: Seattle, Washington.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-902

Elva Shinozaki. Present occupation: stenographer. Former occupation: stenographer. Former residence: Seattle, Washington.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-904

Haru Uno. Present occupation: stenographer. Former occupation: stenographer. Former residence: Loomis, California.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-907

Housing Staff group . . . Frank Smith in charge.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-908

Hana Uyeno, Filing Clerk.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-909

Hana Uyeno, Filing Clerk.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-910

Mortimer Cook. In charge of Transportation Department. (Guess why this pix was taken)

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-911

Mortimer Cook. In charge of Transportation Department. (Guess why this pix was taken)

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-912

Margaret Ito, cashier. Former occupation: cashier. Former residence: Portland, Oregon.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/29/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-913

Margaret Ito. Present occupation: cashier. Former occupation: cashier. Former residence: Portland, Oregon.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/29/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-914

View of barracks looking east down the main fire break.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/29/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-916

Alex Mayeda. Present occupation: warehouseman. Former occupation: student. Former residence: Sacramento, California.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/29/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-917

Tom Yamaoka. Present occupation: truck driver. Former occupation: lumber mill worker. Former residence: Enumclaw, California.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/29/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-960

Exterior views of the motor pool and gas station. This motor pool is used as a checking station for all vehicles used on the project.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-961

Exterior views of the motor pool and gas station. This motor pool is used as a checking station for all vehicles used on the project.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-963

Evacuee blacksmiths do all the blacksmith work necessary in the garage, at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-964

Evacuee blacksmiths do all the blacksmith work necessary in the garage, at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-965

Frank K. Mizuni, former garage owner and mechanic, from Auburn, Washington, welds a radiator in the local garage, at this War Relocation Authority center. All repair work on the cars, trucks, tractors, and other vehicles is done by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-967

An expert job of motor repairing is done on a heavy truck by garage mechanics. All repair work on cars, trucks, tractors, and other motor vehicles is done by evacuee mechanics.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-968

The treads on a caterpillar tractor are repaired by local mechanics. All repair work on cars, trucks, tractors, and other motor vehicles is done by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-970

A view in the paint shop in the garage, at this relocation center. All repair work on cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles is done by evacuee labor.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-971

Mechanics check parts and tools from the tool room, in the garage, at this relocation center. All repair work on cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles is done by evacuee labor.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-976

A pleasant Sunday afternoon's recreation is spent by evacuee winter sports enthusiasts, on the slopes of Castle Mountain. Home made sleds and various other home made pieces of equipment were used by these young people.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/31/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-978

A pleasant Sunday afternoon's recreation is spent by evacuee winter sports enthusiasts, on the slopes of Castle Mountain. Home made sleds and various other home made pieces of equipment were used by these young people.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/31/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-979

A pleasant Sunday afternoon's recreation is spent by evacuee winter sports enthusiasts, on the slopes of Castle Mountain. Home made sleds and various other home made pieces of equipment were used by these young people.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/31/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-980

A pleasant Sunday afternoon's recreation is spent by evacuee winter sports enthusiasts, on the slopes of Castle Mountain. Home made sleds and various other home made pieces of equipment were used by these young people.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/31/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-984

Evacuee members of the Fire Department brave the cold weather to have a practice drill.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-985

Evacuee members of the Fire Department brave the cold weather to have a practice drill.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 29, Section D, WRA no. A-988

The evacuee firemen spend their recreation moments, as do all firemen, by playing a good old American game of cards.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-155

Granary storage buildings, which are used to store feed for the poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-156

Granary storage buildings, which are used to store feed for the poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-158

A view in the slaughter house and butcher shop. Hogs, which are grown in the evacuee run hog farm, are slaughtered here, for consumption by the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-159

A view in the slaughter house and butcher shop. Hogs, which are grown in the evacuee run hog farm, are slaughtered here, for consumption by the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-160

A view in the slaughter house and butcher shop. Hogs, which are grown in the evacuee run hog farm, are slaughtered here, for consumption by the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-161

A view in the slaughter house and butcher shop. Hogs, which are grown in the evacuee run hog farm, are slaughtered here, for consumption by the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-162

Great care is given the baby pigs at the hog farm here. Evacuee workers jealously guard the health of these animals, realizing that later on, this will mean more pork chops for the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-163

Great care is given the baby pigs at the hog farm here. Evacuee workers jealously guard the health of these animals, realizing that later on, this will mean more pork chops for the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-164

Great care is given the baby pigs at the hog farm here. Evacuee workers jealously guard the health of these animals, realizing that later on, this will mean more pork chops for the residents of the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-165

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-166

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-168

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-169

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-170

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-171

Evacuee workers unload coal at Staley Junction, which is the rail head for this center. This coal is used by the residents during the extremely cold winters which northern California offers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-172

Thaws turn the streets and fire breaks into seas of mud, and makes difficult motor transportation through the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-173

Thaws turn the streets and fire breaks into seas of mud, and makes difficult motor transportation through the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-174

Thaws turn the streets and fire breaks into seas of mud, and makes difficult motor transportation through the center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-177

A complaint is filed, by a resident of this War Relocation Authority center, at the Warden's Office.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-178

An evacuee warden inspects flashlight equipment, which is supplied to wardens for their night duty. This equipment is checked out only when wardens go on duty.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-238

A winter time view of the central heating plant, which supplies the Tule Lake Hospital with heat and the necessary hot water. The snowy hill in the background is Castle Mountain.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-239

A winter time scene looking east down the main fire break.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-240

A wintry view, showing fire department No. 1 on the right with the hospital in the background.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-241

A wintry view of early construction work on the Tule Lake schools. All work is being done by evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-245

This photo shows friends wishing bon voyage to a group of 11 evacuees who were leaving the center. Of this group, four were transfers to the Central Utah project, and the other seven were students and workers going out on indefinite leave.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-247

A large group of friends wish bon voyage to a group of eleven evacuees, who are leaving the center. Of this group, seven were students and workers going out on indefinite leave, and the other four were transferred to the Central Utah Project. Mixed emotions were displayed as these people boarded the bus.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-249

Mixed emotions are displayed by this group of friends and well wishers, who gathered to wish gods speed to a group of eleven evacuees, who were leaving the center. Of this group, four were transfers to the Central Utah Project, and the other seven were students and workers going out on indefinite leave. This photo shows that not all people of Japanese ancestry are stoical. Note the girl on the left crying.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-253

Quick work, by the evacuee fire department, kept the fire which broke out in the office located at the old hog farm from doing other than minor damage.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-255

Quick work, by the evacuee fire department, kept the fire which broke out in the office located at the old hog farm, from doing other than minor damage.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/28/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-259

A large iron stove is enjoyed on cold winter days by the evacuee workers in the motor pool.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-264

All vehicles, whether used by the Administrative Staff or evacuee workers, must be checked out at the motor pool, where accurate checks are kept on the use and mileage. This photo shows a resident employee signing out a sedan for official use within the project area.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 1/30/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-265

The staff of firemen at Fire Station No. 1. The two girls in the center, are the Mascots of the group, and are the stenographers who work in their office.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/1/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-266

A group of firemen from Fire Department No. 1 proudly display their fire equipment.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/1/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-267

Pupils in the Activities Class at the Rim Rock school enjoy diversified fields of training. The two boys in the background are painting on a mural, which is entirely conceived and executed by themselves. Mrs. Eva Adams is the instructor in this third grade class.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-271

A group picture of all the wardens at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-272

A group picture, showing supervisors and field supervisors from the warden's office, at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-274

A group of four supervisors, who direct the activities of the rest of the wardens. Evacuee wardens patrol the relocation center 24 hours a day, and are responsible for the maintenance of law and order.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-515

A group of 19 newspapermen, wire service, and news reel cameramen, and representatives of OWI visited the Tule Lake Relocation Center. This was the first inspection tour granted the press.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-516

Harry Makino, manager of the Tule Lake poultry farm, is shown talking to Clarence Zimmer, in charge of agriculture and industry at this project, in the office at the poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-517

S. Uyeda, evacuee from Auburn, Washington, is shown gathering eggs on the poultry farm here. Uyeda owned his own poultry business which consisted of 2,000 chickens. He operated this farm for 10 years.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-518

S. Uyeda, evacuee from Auburn, Washington, is shown gathering eggs on the poultry farm here. Uyeda owned his own poultry business which consisted of 2,000 chickens. He operated this farm for 10 years.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-519

S. Uyeda, evacuee from Auburn, Washington, is shown gathering eggs on the poultry farm here. Uyeda owned his own poultry business which consisted of 2,000 chickens. He operated this farm for 10 years.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-520

M. Iseri is shown feeding baby bronze turkeys on the poultry farm here. For 26 years he owned and operated a 60 acre turkey farm at Marysville, California.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-521

M. Iseri is shown feeding baby bronze turkeys on the poultry farm here. For 26 years he owned and operated a 60 acre turkey farm at Marysville, California.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-522

A general view of the hog farm at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-523

A general view of the poultry farm at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-524

Harry Makino, manager of the Tule Lake poultry farm, is shown talking to Clarence Zimmer, in charge of agriculture and industry at this project, in the office of the poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-525

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-526

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-527

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-528

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-529

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-530

Man feeding baby chicks.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-531

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-532

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-533

Seed potato cutting at the cutting sheds of the Tule Lake Relocation Center farm. 7,500 sacks of potatoes will be cut by the 48 workers in 2-1/2 weeks. This will be enough seeds to plant the 600 acres.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/24/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-534

Newspaper reporters and cameramen, newsreel cameramen, representatives from the West Coast OWI office, and wire service reporters visited the Tule Lake Relocation Center to make an on the spot inspection of this camp . This was the first such inspection permitted the press.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-535

Newsreel cameramen and newspaper cameramen from the San Francisco newspapers photograph potato planting on the farm at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-537

Frank Vail, Cameraman for Pathe, photographs home life in one of the evacuee apartments.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-538

Hermie Bryant, Cameraman for the San Francisco News, pictures evacuee actors making-up before putting on a stage show.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-539

Cameramen from the San Francisco newspapers photograph potato planting.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-540

Robert Cozzens, field director of the WRA, discusses potato planting with one of the evacuee farmers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-541

Gertrude Michaelove, member of the West Coast OWI office, takes field notes on living conditions at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-542

Cameramen from the San Francisco newspapers picture life at a relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-543

Peter O'Crotty, photographer for OWI overseas, pictures actors making-up before putting on a stage show.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-544

Joe Rucker, newsreel cameraman for Paramount Pictures, changes film reels on the potato farm. Rucker spent several days picturing relocation center life.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-545

Newspaper cameramen from the San Francisco newspapers photograph a general view of the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-546

Carl Bigelow, cameraman from the Oakland Tribune, photographs a general view of The Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 5/26/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-55

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-60

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, just south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-62

Tule Lake, Calif.--Construction begins on a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, just south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-64

Tulelake, Calif.--Douglas Puckett and George M. Smith, Tulelake farmers.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-65

Klamath Falls, Oregon--Beauford Hayden, Supt. Klamath Reclamation Project, pointing to a chart showing the location of the site selected for the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center, just south of the Oregon border, for housing 10,000 evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-66

Tulelake, Calif.--A. A. Rodenberger, Mayor of Tulelake.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-67

Tulelake, Calif.--Edwin Davis, Editor of The Tulelake Reporter.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-68

Tule Lake, Calif.--Bird's-eye view of site of a War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry near Tule Lake in Modoc County, California, south of the Oregon border.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-70

Tulelake, Calif.--A. A. Rodenberger, Mayor of Tulelake.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-71

Tulelake, Calif.--Geo. M. Smith, Tulelake farmer.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-72

Tulelake, Calif.--C. V. Sommerville, a Tulelake farmer.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-725

Raymond R. Best, Tule Lake Center Director.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Newell, California. 7/?/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-73

Tulelake, Calif.--H. E. Dickson, President of the Tulelake Chamber of Commerce.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/27/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-74

Klamath Falls, Oregon--Frank Jenkins of the Klamath Falls News and the Klamath Falls Herald.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-75

Klamath Falls, Oregon--Earl C. Reynolds, Executive Secretary of the Klamath Falls Chamber of Commerce.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. B-76

Klamath Falls, Oregon--L. L. Low, Sheriff of Klamath Falls.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/?/42

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-990

Evacuee firemen spend much of their time in checking equipment and training themselves in fire fighting techniques. The crew of Fire Department No. 2 are readying their fire fighting apparatus.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/3/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-993

S. Kanda, poultry caretaker and former oyster worker from Olympia, Washington, tends baby chicks at the poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-994

Harry Makino, General Manager of the poultry farm, and former farmer from Sacramento, California, is shown with some eighteen day old baby chicks. The chickens grown at this poultry farm will furnish the residents with all the eggs and chicken meat that will be consumed.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-995

Eighteen day old chicks which were grown at the poultry farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-996

M. Nakamura, poultry caretaker, and former farmer of Sacramento, California, feeds four months old chickens. It is anticipated that the chickens grown here will furnish the residents of the project with all the eggs and chicken meat which will be consumed. These chickens were raised from baby chicks.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-998

An exterior view of one of the buildings which house the chickens during the winter months. All poultry at this center have been raised from baby chicks, and it is expected that these chickens will supply all the eggs and chickens consumed on the project.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 30, Section D, WRA no. A-999

A general view, showing buildings which house the chickens during the winter months, on the evacuee run poultry farm.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 2/2/43

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-1

K. Kubo, farmer-evacuee from Clarksburg, California, putting white onion seeds in onion planter. Each planter can plant 15 acres of the 100 acres which are set aside for the growing of onions.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-11

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Proud Mrs. Kumiko Noda, 23, evacuee from Florin, California, holds her new son, Newell Kazuo Noda. Baby Newell arrived at 6:12 A.M., Sunday, June 12, and was the first child born at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese descent.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-12

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Kiyo Kobayashi, R.N., exhibits Newell Kazuo Noda, first baby born at this War Relocation Authority center on Sunday, June 12, 1942, at 6:12 A.M. Little Newell's family, Mr. and Mrs. George Noda, lived at Florin, California, prior to evacuation.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-13

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Lillian Hiraike, 18, evacuee from Seattle, Washington, shows a sweater to a prospective buyer in the general store at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-14

Tule Lake--Newell, Calif.--A view showing part of the crowd at general store no. 1 at this War Relocation Authority center where evacuees of Japanese descent are spending the duration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-15

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Shinkichi Kiyono, 56, evacuee from Longview, Washington, exhibits the cabinet which won for him first prize (a carpenter's plane) in a furniture building contest. All pieces of furniture were made from scrap lumber.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-16

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Four little evacuees from Sacramento, California, read comic books in the newsstand at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese descent.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-17

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Cabinet worker's saw is expertly used by Jime Kabayashi, 62, on the interior construction of general store no. 2 at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese descent. Jime, prior to evacuation, had resided in Sacramento for 24 years and has been a carpenter for 42 years.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-18

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A potato warehouse used to store and cut seed potatoes by evacuee-farmer s at this War Relocation Authority center. Note that earth has been thrown over the side of the building. This protects the seed potatoes from frost and heat.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-19

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view showing evacuee farmers cutting seed potatoes in the cutting house at this War Relocation Authority center .

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-2

A crew of four feeding rotary planters seeding 500 acres at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-20

A view showing evacuee farmers cutting seed potatoes in the cutting house at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-21

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Evacuee-farmers sorting seed potatoes in the seed storage warehouse at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-22

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Three evacuee workers exhibit the tags given them in conjunction with the first pay day at this War Relocation Authority center. Evacuee workers are paid every month for their labors. The group are: (left to right) Ben Kasubuchi, block manager of block 14; Tomijira Maekawa, block manager of block 5; and Yoshio Saiki who does guide work.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-23

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--May Minyamoto, executive clerk, and Hyrum L. Clark, project personnel clerk, distribute identification tags to be used in conjunction with the first pay day at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-24

Tule Lake, Newell Calif.--A line up of evacuee workers waiting for their identification tags which are to be used in conjunction with the first pay day at this War Relocation Authority Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-25

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Shinkichi Kiyono, 56, carpenter-evacuee from Longview, Washington, is shown using a carpenter's plane which he won as first prize in a furniture contest among the evacuees of Japanese descent at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-26

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Kendall Smith, Assistant Supervisor of Community Enterprises, on left and Mortimer Cooke, Supervisor of Community Enterprises, on right, assist John Ito, store manager, in arranging stock at the Community Store No. 1.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-27

Tule Lake, -Newell, Calif.--A panoramic view of this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-28

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- Maye Ikemoto, 5, evacuee from Sacramento, California, takes a ride on the teeter-totter at the nursery school for children at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese descent.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-29

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Mortimer Cooke, Supervisor of Community Enterprises, enjoys the first hair-cut given in the barber shop at this War Relocation Authority center. Frances Imura, evacuee from Sacramento is the barber.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-3

John Matsumoto, 28, former tenant farmer from Staten Island Land Company San Joaquin County, California, puts seed peas in pea drill. Twenty acres of peas are now being planted at the relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-30

Tule Lake, -Newell, Calif.--A view showing evacuee farmers cutting seed potatoes in the cutting house at this War Relocation Authority center.

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-31

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A potato warehouse used to store and cut seed potatoes by the evacuee farmers at this War Relocation Authority center. Note that earth has been thrown over the side of the building. This protects the seed potatoes from frost and heat.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-32

Tule Lake--Newell, Calif.--A group of nursery school children take a ride in a home-made wagon. This wagon was made by evacuee-craftsmen at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-33

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Five little nursery school try out the slide in the playground at this War Relocation Authority center. All playground equipment was built from scrap lumber by evacuee-craftsmen.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-34

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- A view showing the recently completed Store No. 2 at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-35

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view of Selective Service registration headquarters where 420 youths of 18 to 20 signed up in the latest draft registration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 6/30/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-36

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view of Selective Service registration headquarters where 420 youths of 18 to 20 signed up in the latest draft registration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 6/30/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-37

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view of Selective Service registration headquarters where 420 youths of 18 to 20 signed up in the latest draft registration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 6/30/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-38

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view of Selective Service registration headquarters where 420 youths of 18 to 20 signed up in the latest draft registration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 6/30/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-39

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A panorama view of this War Relocation Authority project where evacuees of Japanese descent are spending the duration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-4

Loading seed potatoes onto a feed rotary potato planter on the 500-acre farm at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-43

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A view of evacuee farmers at work on a semi-automatic-feeding, rotary potato planter.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-44

Potatoes are planted in the rich black earth by crews of evacuee farmers at the relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-45

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Evacuees distribute scrap lumber to each block. This scrap will be used by the residents to construct furniture for their apartments and also for firewood.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-46

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- K. Kubo, evacuee-farmer from Clarksburg, Calif., putting onion seed in an automatic planter. Each machine can plant about fifteen acres of white onions a day.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-47

A tractor disk is used to cover potatoes which had not been planted to sufficient depth. This practice is not generally necessary as adjustments were later made on the planting machines.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-48

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- Seed potatoes are placed in the rich black earth by this evacuee farmer crew on the farm near this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-49

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- George Nakanishi, 25, evacuee farmer from Isleton, California, operates a gas pump as a farm grease unit at the scene of potato planting at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-5

K. Fukushima, 38, farmer-evacuee from Clarksburg, California, adjusts the flow of seed potatoes on a feeding rotary potato planter . Five hundred acres of potatoes are being planted on this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-50

A view of general store No. 1 at the relocation center.

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-51

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--An exterior view of the General Store No. 1.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-52

A view of the bank and newsstand at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry. The bank is open on Tuesdays and Fridays only.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-52

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view of the agricultural land which will be cultivated by evacuee farmers at this War Relocation Authority center. Tule Lake is shown in the background. (See also C-53, C-54, and C-55 for complete panorama.)

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-53

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view of the agricultural land which will be cultivated by evacuee farmers at this War Relocation Authority center. Tule Lake is shown in the background. (See also C-52, C-54, and C-55 for complete panorama).

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-53

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Evacuees distribute scrap lumber to each block. This scrap will be used by the residents to construct furniture for their apartments and also for firewood.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-54

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view of the agricultural land which will be cultivated by evacuee farmers at this War Relocation Authority center. Tule Lake is shown in the background. (See also C-53, C-52, and C-55 for complete panorama).

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-54

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Evacuees distribute scrap lumber to each block. This scrap will be used by the residents to construct furniture for their apartments and also for firewood.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-55

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view of the agricultural land which will be cultivated by evacuee farmers at this War Relocation Authority center. Tule Lake is shown in the background. (See also C-52, C-53, and C-54 for complete panorama).

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-56

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view showing site of Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center. (See also nos. C-57, C-58, and C-59 for complete panorama.)

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-56

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- A dredge is used to dig a drainage ditch on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center. As this picture shows, water is found only a few feet under the surface of the earth.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-57

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view showing site of Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center. (See also nos. C-56, C-58, and C-59 for complete panorama.)

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-57

Seed potatoes are brought to the 500 acre farm at this War Relocation Authority Center by truck and are then loaded into a feed rotary potato planter.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-58

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view showing site of Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center. (See also nos. C-56, C-57, and C-59 for complete panorama.)

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-58

A crew operating an onion planter on the evacuee farm near the relocation center. Each onion planter can seed about 15 acres of white onions per day.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-59

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--K. Kubo, evacuee farmer from Clarksburg, California, putting onion seed in an automatic planter. Each machine can plant about fifteen acres of white onions a day.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-59

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view showing site of Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center. (See also nos. C-56, C-57, and C-58 for complete panorama.)

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-6

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Nancy Motomatsu, 11, chooses a package of Petunia seed from the assortment in the general store at this War Relocation Authority center. Nancy, prior to evacuation, attended the seventh grade at Woodenville, Washington.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-60

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Two evacuee crews are shown operating onion planters on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center. Each planter can seed about fifteen acres of white onion per day.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-60

Tule Lake, Calif.-- A panoramic view showing a portion of the site for Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-61

A panoramic view showing a portion of the site for the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-61

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Jimmy Inahara, 24, farmer-evacuee from Stockton, California, operates a tractor on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-62

A panoramic view showing a portion of the site for the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-62

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Jimmy Inahara, 24, farmer-evacuee from Stockton, California, operates a tractor on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-63

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- Foster Goss, associate information specialist, and Edwin Bates, Chief of the Information Division, interview evacuee-farmers on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-63

A panoramic view showing a portion of the site for the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-64

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.-- Evacuee crew is shown operating a pea drill on the farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. C-64

A panoramic view showing a portion of the site for the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Albers, Clem

Newell, California. 4/23/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-65

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--This group of evacuees have just arrived at this War Relocation Authority center and are being assigned quarters and bedding.

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-66

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Evacuee-farmer operating a semi-automatic-feeding, rotary potato planter on the project farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-67

Four crews of potato farmers drop seed potatoes in the rich black soil on the evacuee farm near this War Relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-68

This picture shows the method used by the evacuee farmer crews in placing seed potatoes in the semi-automatic potato planters.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-69

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--A crew of evacuee-farmers planting potatoes with a semi-automatic-feeding, rotary potato planter on the project farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-7

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Three crews of potato planters drop seed potatoes in the rich black soil on the evacuee farm near this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-70

Tule Lake,-Newell, Calif.--This picture shows the method used by the evacuee farmer crews in placing seed potatoes in the semi-automatic potato planters at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-71

Planting time at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-72

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Isaac Sakuma, 18, evacuee farmer from Mt. Vernon, Washington, inspects the mechanism of a Pick potato planter.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-8

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--Loading a potato planter with sacks of seed potatoes while the evacuee crew relaxes between rounds of planting.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 31, Section D, WRA no. D-9

Tule Lake, Newell, Calif.--John Matsumoto, 28, evacuee truck farmer from the Staten Island Company in San Joaquin, California, putting seed peas in a pea drill at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 7/1/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-113

A view of turnips lying in the field where evacuee farmers have placed them for the pickup crews. This photograph shows the tremendous size of these quick grown turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-114

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-115

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-116

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-117

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-118

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-119

Harvesting spinach on the farm at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/7/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-120

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-121

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-122

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-124

An evacuee farmer takes time out from harvesting spinach to take a refreshing drink of water.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-125

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-126

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-127

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-128

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-129

Evacuee farm hands irrigate the crops at the farm on this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/10/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-130

Evacuee spinach harvesters take time out from their work to have a refreshing drink of water.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-131

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-132

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-133

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-134

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-135

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-136

During the noon hour, evacuee farm workers fish for carp in a nearby slough.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-137

During the noon hour, evacuee farm workers fish for carp in a nearby slough.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-138

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-139

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-140

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-141

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-142

A view in the lunch shed at the farm at this relocation center. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers in the fields.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-143

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-144

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-145

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-146

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-148

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-149

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-150

A view in the lunch shed at the farm. Trucks from the kitchens bring hot lunches to the workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-151

Bobby Kaneko, 4. Little Bobby wears a head dress which was part of his costume in the Labor day Parade. His nursery school class used the theme of Mary, Mary Quite Contrary, and Bobby was one of Mary's little flowers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/7/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-152

Drawing time in the nursery school.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-153

Nursery school children pause for refreshments of graham crackers and milk.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/10/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-154

Three little nursery school children in costumes worn in the Labor Day parade. The little girl in the center recites Mary, Mary Quite Contrary. The two other children are her flowers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/7/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-155

Art time in the nursery school at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/7/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-157

Clever costumes worn by the nursery school children during the Labor Day celebration.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/7/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-158

Milk and cracker time in the nursery school.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-159

This view shows an irrigation ditch which supplies the water for the farm run by evacuee workers at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-160

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-161

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-162

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-163

A view of the farm at this War Relocation Authority center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-164

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-165

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-166

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-167

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-168

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-169

Evacuee workers in the packing shed, sorting and packing turnips which have been grown on the farm near this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-170

Making crates in the packing shed. These crates are used to ship evacuee grown vegetables to other relocation centers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-171

Evacuee workers in the packing shed, sorting and packing turnips which have been grown on the farm near this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-173

Washing vegetables in the packing shed prior to their shipment.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-174

Washing vegetables in the packing shed prior to their shipment.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-175

A truck load of turnips from the field, being unloaded at the packing shed where they are sorted and packed.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-176

Washing vegetables in the packing shed prior to their shipment.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-177

Crates of vegetables from the evacuee farm being loaded in a refrigerated rail car for shipment to other evacuee centers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-178

Evacuee workers in the packing shed, sorting and packing turnips which have been grown on the farm near this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-179

Making crates in the packing shed. These crates are used to ship evacuee grown vegetables to other relocation centers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-180

View showing the half burned community store. The fire which destroyed this building occurred in the middle of the night and for a while threatened adjacent buildings. It was promptly brought under control by the efficient work of the volunteer fire department.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-181

View showing the half burned community store. The fire which destroyed this building occurred in the middle of the night and for a while threatened adjacent buildings. It was promptly brought under control by the efficient work of the volunteer fire department.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-182

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and superb crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-183

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and superb crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-184

A view of the farm at this relocation center, showing the tremendous acreage and superb crops grown by evacuee workers.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-185

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-186

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-187

Harvesting turnips.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-188

This view shows an irrigation ditch which supplies the water for the farm run by evacuee workers at this relocation center.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42

Volume 32, Section D, WRA no. D-189

Harvesting spinach.

Photographer: Stewart, Francis

Newell, California. 9/8/42