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Finding Aid to War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement, 1942-1945 circa 1941-1947
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volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, sets ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-658

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, prepares ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-659

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation newspaper, pulls a ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-661

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, knocks ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-662

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, checks ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-663

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the press room of the Cody Enterprise, Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, grabs ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-664

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Centerites at Heart Mountain were quick to grab the recreational opportunities of cold Wyoming winters. Shallow ponds were prepared and flooded for ice skating. Here a former California boy and girl tries out what to them is a brand new sport.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-10 WRA no. E-665

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Cold Wyoming winters make for hard solid ice, and residents at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center were quick to construct ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-666

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, and the Nisei leader in center activities, an American ... 1943-01-08 WRA no. E-667

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volume 12, section B

Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, and the Nisei leader in center activities, an American ... 1/8/43 WRA no. E-667A

 

[recto] Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, and the Nisei leader in center activities, an American ... WRA no. E-667A [recto]

 

[verso] Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, and the Nisei leader in center activities, an American ... WRA no. E-667A [verso]

volume 12, section B

Two electricians repair wires slightly damaged by fire at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Resident workers of Japanese ancestry maintain all center facilities, such as electric power, water sewage, etc.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-12 WRA no. E-668

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volume 12, section B

The Reverend Donald Toriumi, acts as temporary chairman at a meeting of interested centerites of Japanese ancestry, to form a ... 1943-01-13 WRA no. E-669

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

As the instructor looks on, a young Nisei resident wields a plane in one of the recreation department craft shops. Scarcity of small home facilities has made this type of recreational activity popular at the center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-670

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A class of early teen age students of Japanese ancestry, in a craft shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Under trained supervisors, students learn to make art objects of wood and paper.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-671

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Wilbur Maxwell, visiting Y.M.C.A. Secretary, points out some of the details of organizing a branch of the Y.M.C.A. and student life to Nisei leaders at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-13 WRA no. E-673

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Mike Hosokawa, three year old son of Bill Hosokawa, Editor of the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, and Nisei leader in center activities.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-08 WRA no. E-674

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A young enthusiast working on a pair of book ends in a center craft shop. Craft shops are popular recreation for old as well as young residents of Japanese ancestry at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-675

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Young enthusiasts in a craft shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Scarcity of small art objects to relieve the bareness of barracks homes has made the craft shops popular with young and old residents of Japanese ancestry at this center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-676

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Residents of Japanese ancestry, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, were quick to grasp the recreational advantages of Wyoming's cold ... 1943-01-10 WRA no. E-678

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A crew of firemen and volunteer helpers man the fire house in flooding an ice skating rink at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-679

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A crew of firemen and volunteer helpers man the fire house in flooding an ice skating rink at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-680

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A crew of firemen and volunteer helpers man the fire house in flooding an ice skating rink at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-11 WRA no. E-681

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Residents of Japanese ancestry, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, were quick to grasp the recreational advantages of Wyoming's cold ... 1943-01-10 WRA no. E-683

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volume 12, section B

A young mechanic of Japanese ancestry, a resident at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, honing cylinders in a truck motor. ... 1943-01-09 WRA no. E-684

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volume 12, section B

A young mechanic of Japanese ancestry preparing a truck in the motor pool at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. The well used former CCC and Forestry Service motor equipment is repaired and maintained by experienced resident mechanics and student workers.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-09 WRA no. E-685

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Trucks line up at the coal cars on the siding at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, where volunteer workers unload cars and distribute coal throughout the center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-06 WRA no. E-686

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A volunteer worker of Japanese ancestry unloading coal from a box car at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Says this ... 1943-01-06 WRA no. E-687

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A volunteer worker of Japanese ancestry unloading coal from a box car at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Says this ... 1943-01-06 WRA no. E-688

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Two young Nisei machinists set up a truck sale on the lathe for repair. Mechanics of Japanese ancestry, residents of this relocation center, perform the all important task of maintaining well used former CCC and Forestry Service equipment.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-09 WRA no. E-689

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Not generally considered a sport for women, a Judo class, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, organized at the request of the Nisei girls, enrolled 30 students. Here a student throws a male instructor in a standard Judo style.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-07 WRA no. E-690

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

This complicated looking gadget is a standard Japanese typewriter, the private property of a resident of Japanese ancestry at the ... 1943-01-13 WRA no. E-691

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Residents of Japanese ancestry, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, were quick to grasp the recreational advantages of Wyoming's cold ... 1943-01-10 WRA no. E-692

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

For this former Californian of Japanese ancestry, learning to ice skate is a challenge. By this, his third time out, ... 1943-01-10 WRA no. E-693

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Some of the costumes still bear the stamp of California living, but the skates are strictly mid winter, as these young relocation center residents of Japanese ancestry prepare for an hour on the ice.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-10 WRA no. E-695

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Heavy Wyoming winter footgear parked alongside the benches while these center residents of Japanese ancestry, many of whom are Californians, try out what to them is a new winter sport, ice skating.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-10 WRA no. E-696

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A young Nisei machinist repairing a truck's axle in the machine shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. The vital ... 1943-01-09 WRA no. E-698

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

At a meeting of the Center Planning Commission, which is composed of the resident Architect Engineer and appointed personnel and ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-699

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Paul and Alice Nakadate and their son Paul, Jr., better known as Polito. Paul was an insurance agent in Los ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-702

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A young machinist operates a drill press in the motor pool shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Center residents of Japanese ancestry man the shops for the maintenance of former CCC and Forestry Department motor equipment.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-09 WRA no. E-703

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Kay Kawahara, three year old son of Dr. Kazuto Kawahara, a former Los Angeles dentist, being held by a neighbor Joan Ishiyama. Joan is a stenographer in the office of the Project Director, Guy Robertson.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-12 WRA no. E-704

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the ceramics plant at the Heart Mountain Center, a careful analysis of clay from the surrounding hills is being ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-705

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Minnie Negoro, an art student at the University of California in Los Angeles before the evacuation of persons of Japanese ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-706

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Minnie Negoro, an art student at the University of California in Los Angeles before the evacuation of persons of Japanese ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-707

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Minnie Negoro, an art student at the University of California in Los Angeles before the evacuation of persons of Japanese ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-708

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Fuji Fujikama (right) and a fellow artist reproducing posters by silk screen method at the Poster Shop at the center. Young Nisei artists prepare all posters for center activities for safety and fire protection under the direction of Fuji at the Poster Shop.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-05 WRA no. E-709

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

At a meeting of the Center Planning Commission, a group composed of 8 resident members and 1 appointed personnel, Bill ... 1943-01-12 WRA no. E-710

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A young poster artist intent on applying color for a poster, in the [illegible] Poster Shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. The Poster Shop provides posted notices for center activities and safety.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-05 WRA no. E-711

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

A Sansei, or third generation boy of Japanese ancestry. His father, a Nisei, second generation, American citizen, and the rest of his family, evacuated from the west coast areas, now reside at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-04 WRA no. E-712

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

In the Poster Shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, posters of general information announcing activities for safety and fire ... 1943-01-05 WRA no. E-713

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volume 12, section B

A young poster artist at work in the poster shop at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-05 WRA no. E-714

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Paul Nakadati and his son Paul, Jr., better known as Polito. Paul, a young Nisei, was formerly an insurance salesman in Los Angeles. He now teaches Social Sciences in the night school at the Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-12 WRA no. E-715

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Polito, nickname for Paul, Jr., the son of Paul Nakadati, Nisei, and former Los Angeles insurance agent, who now teaches Social Sciences in the night school at the Heart Mountain Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-12 WRA no. E-716

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 12, section B

Alice Chira and daughter Sachi, 28 months old. The husband and father Sam Chira was a farmer before evacuation in El Monte, California. He specialized in the raising of fine strawberries.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-05 WRA no. E-717

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Real action can be expected when two of the Junior age teams tangle on the Heart Mountain gridiron.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-20 WRA no. G-191

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volume 13, section B

Game interference is here demonstrated as a ball carrier for the Heart Mountain team breaks away for a touch down.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-20 WRA no. G-192

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volume 13, section B

Scene at the entrance of the Heart Mountain Hospital as obstetrics case is brought in.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. G-193

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volume 13, section B

Young girl residents of Heart Mountain compare costumes as they assemble for the get together, Priority Stomp.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-194

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volume 13, section B

Keeping a trim figure is a chief concern of any young American girl, regardless of ancestry. This scene, in the Heart Mountain Gymnasium, shows a group of young evacuees keeping fit.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-195

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Tosh Asano, of the All Star team, is run out of bounds. Heart Mountain residents are ardent football fans, as ... 1943-11-25 WRA no. G-198

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Heart Mountain residents work long hours harvesting the center's huge crop before the heavy frost sets in. The bean thrasher is here shown still at work in the twilight hours.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-21 WRA no. G-199

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Dancing is one of the chief forms of recreation at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. This scene, in the high school gymnasium, shows the portion of the crowd at a school dance to which the public was invited.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-200

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volume 13, section B

Haruko Tachi, left, and Yaeko Hattori try out a new recipe in the cooking class of the Heart Mountain high school.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-201

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Laverne Kurahara and Tubbie Kunimatsu demonstrate some intricate jitterbug steps during a school dance held in the high school gymnasium.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-202

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volume 13, section B

Dr. T. Tanaka, one of the dentists at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center Hospital, is shown at work filling a molar of one of the residents of Heart Mountain.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-203

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Harry Ishigaki conducts an experiment in Chemistry in the laboratory of the Heart Mountain High School.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-205

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Scene in the Heart Mountain High School library, as Miss Mickey Yabe helps a fellow student with some research work in ancient history.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-207

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Scene during a game between the All Stars and the Jack Rabbits, two of the favorite teams of Heart Mountain football fans.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-25 WRA no. G-208

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Football fans of Heart Mountain braved sub-zero weather to watch a hotly contested game between two of the favorite teams, the All Stars and Jack Rabbits.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-25 WRA no. G-209

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

An exciting moment during a Heart Mountain football game between the All Stars and the Jack Rabbits. An attempted pass is fumbled and a member of the opposing team falls on the ball.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-25 WRA no. G-210

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

An exciting bit of action between the All Star and the Jack Rabbit football teams, during a game at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. At the moment it is difficult to say who has the ball.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-25 WRA no. G-211

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

K. Ishijima, pharmacist, is shown at work preparing a prescription, at the Heart Mountain Pharmacy.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. G-212

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Football fans of Heart Mountain braved sub-zero weather to watch a hotly contested game between the All Stars and the Jack Rabbits.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-23 WRA no. G-213

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Dr. H. Nakahara, head of the dental clinic at the Heart Mountain Hospital, is shown examining teeth of one of the center's residents.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. G-214

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Scene in the Chemistry class at the Heart Mountain High School, as Kaoru Inouye, instructor, is showing student Sumi Tam[...] a step in one of the Chemistry experiments.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-215

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

A detail of the X-Ray equipment in the Heart Mountain Hospital. Technician H. Sasai is shown measuring the skull of a patient to determine the duration of the exposure to the rays.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. G-216

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Ventilation in the roof of one of two huge root cellars recently completed at Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-23 WRA no. G-218

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

One of the young Heart Mountain school children is enjoying a swing on the center's play ground.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-219

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Typical of the young girls at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center is attractive Janice Shirota.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
11-25-1943 WRA no. G-220

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Eichi Sakauye, resident of Heart Mountain Relocation Center, is shown operating a bean thrasher on the center's extensive agricultural farm.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-22 WRA no. G-221

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volume 13, section B

Joan Ritchie, left, and Janet Sakamoto, students at the Heart Mountain High School, learn to make patches in school sewing class.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-223

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Dancing is one of the chief forms of recreation at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. This scene in the High School Gymnasium shows the portion of the crowd at a school dance to which the public was invited.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-224

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

One of the young Heart Mountain school children is enjoying a swing on the center's play ground.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-225

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Scene on a football field during a practice game.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-22 WRA no. G-227

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 13, section B

Scene in the warehouse at the Heart Mountain Hospital, where is stored canned milk, prepared baby food, etc.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. G-229

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volume 13, section B

Identification photos are made of relocation center residents when they apply for indefinite or seasonal leave. The camera, here shown ... 1943-11-22 WRA no. G-230

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Keeping a trim figure is a chief concern of all American girls, regardless of ancestry. This scene in the Heart Mountain Gymnasium shows a group of young evacuees keeping fit.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-17 WRA no. G-231

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Tubbie Kunishima and Laverne Kurahara demonstrate some intricate jitterbug steps, during a school dance held in the High School gymnasium.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-232

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Two young girls, of the Heart Mountain Center, clown before the microphone, for a delighted audience at one of the get together parties. The occasion is the Priority Stomp.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-24 WRA no. G-233

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A snow covered hill forms the background for a hotly contested game between the Jack Rabbits and the All Stars at Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-25 WRA no. G-234

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Albert Sumio Tanouye, one of two hundred Heart Mountain selectees, who is a pharmacist at the Heart Mountain hospital at ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-35

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Albert Sumio Tanouye, one of two hundred Heart Mountain selectees, who is a pharmacist at the Heart Mountain hospital at ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-36

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Albert Sumio Tanouye, pharmacist of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center hospital, is preparing to leave for his pre-induction physical to ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-37

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Albert Sumio Tanouye, one of the Heart Mountain selectees, reporting to Heart Mountain Selective Service Clerk Helen Morioka. Albert Tanouye ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-38

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View of the Heart Mountain selectees within bus on the way to pre-induction physical at Fort Warren, Wyoming.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-39

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Selectees leaving Heart Mountain Relocation Center for pre-induction physical at Fort Warren, Wyoming.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-40

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Selectees waiting for processing of paper at the Powell Draft Board. John Kitasako, group leader, checks with secretary, Miss Alta Christinsen of the Powell Draft Board, while Douglas M. Todd, Assistant Project Director, looks on.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Powell, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-41

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Japanese American selectees from the Heart Mountain Relocation Center leaving the Powell Draft Board for their pre-induction physicals.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Powell, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-43

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Heart Mountain selectees contingent in front of the Powell Draft Board office waiting for bus to take them to Fort ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-44

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Selectees from Heart Mountain Relocation Center departing from the Powell Draft Board for pre-induction physical to be given at Fort Warren, Wyoming.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Powell, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-45

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Albert Sumio Tanouye, one of the Heart Mountain selectees, reporting to Heart Mountain Selective Service clerk Helen Morioka. Albert Tanouye ... 1944-03-03 WRA no. I-46

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T/C Kazuo Yoshida (left) and T/C Clarence Ota (right) visited Heart Mountain. They are originally from Hawaii--volunteered for the 442nd ... 1944-04 WRA no. G-463

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Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura from Camp Shelby, Mississippi, conversing with Heart Mountain draftees (left to right), Mason Funabiki, Masao Higashiuchi and Albert Tanouye.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-20 WRA no. I-48

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Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura from Camp Shelby, Mississippi, conversing with Heart Mountain draftees, (left to right), Mason Funabiki, Masao Higashiuchi and Albert Tanouye.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-20 WRA no. I-49

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Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura from Camp Shelby, Mississippi, conversing with Heart Mountain draftees, (left to right), Mason Funabiki, Masao Higashiuchi and Albert Tanouye.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-20 WRA no. I-50

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Heart Mountain draftees meet Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura of Camp Shelby, Mississippi, at the Heart Mountain Selective Service office. (Left ... 1944-03-20 WRA no. I-51

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Sgt. Ben Kuroki responding to a speech of welcome given by Project Director Guy Robertson and representatives of the Community Council upon his arrival at Heart Mountain.

Photographer: Aoyama, Bud

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-04-24 WRA no. G-524

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Scene at the welcome banquet held in honor of Sgt. Kuroki at mess hall 14-27.

Photographer: Aoyama, Bud

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-04-24 WRA no. G-525

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Sgt. Kuroki attends a special meeting of the Community Council held to welcome him to Heart Mountain.

Photographer: Aoyama, Bud

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-04-24 WRA no. G-526

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Sgt. Kuroki swamped by autograph seekers in high school class rooms, immediately following his talk to the student body in the auditorium.

Photographer: Aoyama, Bud

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-04-26 WRA no. G-527

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Sgt. Kuroki delivers an address in the high school auditorium. In the background are community councilmen, Project Director Robertson, Nobu Kawai (associate editor of the Sentinel), Hisa Hirashiki of Community activities, and Geo. Nakaki, Councilman.

Photographer: Aoyama, Bud

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-04-27 WRA no. G-529

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Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura is with Company C, 442nd Division at Camp Shelby Mississippi. He recently returned from Fort Benning, ... 1944-03-20 WRA no. I-53

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Farewell party at the Heart Mountain U.S.O. for Mason Funabiki. Mr. Funabiki was inducted into the Army April 18th.

Photographer: Sakauye, Eiichi

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-31 WRA no. G-530

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Second Lieutenant Moe Yonemura is with Company C, 442nd Division at Camp Shelby Mississippi. He recently returned from Fort Benning, ... 1944-03-20 WRA no. I-54

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Douglas M. Todd, Assistant Project Director, addressing a joint meeting of the Community Council and the block managers on Selective Service procedures and laws, so they in turn can explain them to the people in the community.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-55

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Douglas M. Todd, Assistant Project Director, addressing a joint meeting of the Community Council and the block managers on Selective Service procedures and laws, so they in turn can explain them to the people in the community.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-56

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Douglas M. Todd, Assistant Project Director, addressing a joint meeting of the Community Council and the block managers on Selective Service procedures and laws, so they in turn can explain them to the people in the community.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-57

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Douglas M. Todd, Assistant Project Director, addressing a joint meeting of the Community Council and the block managers on Selective Service procedures and laws, so they in turn can explain them to the people in the community.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-03 WRA no. I-58

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Martha Tomita, U.S.O. hostess, entertains draftees Mas Aji and Sam Shimane, as Senior Hostesses Alice Mukai, Hilda Tani and Haruko Fujita look on.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-08 WRA no. I-59

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Heart Mountain U.S.O. hostess Tamiko Nakao entertains draftee Chester Shimono at the center U.S.O.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-08 WRA no. I-60

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It's refreshment time at the Heart Mountain U.S.O., as hostesses Himo Okubo, Kay Kushino and Mitsuko Tamari serve Tom Yoshikai and Joe Hamashita, draftees.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-08 WRA no. I-61

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Land cleared of sagebrush in the fall and corrugated against wind erosion for spring planting.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-62

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Land cleared of sagebrush last fall and corrugated against wind erosion. Assistant Farm Superintendent, Eiichi Sakauye, checking the moisture for early spring crop planting.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-63

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Land cleared and planted to grain crops. This picture shows the contoured irrigation system which is practiced by the Heart Mountain Agricultural Section. This method of irrigation prevents erosion.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-65

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Land cleared of sagebrush in the fall and corrugated against wind erosion for spring planting.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-66

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Land cleared and planted to grain crops. This picture shows the contoured irrigation system which is practiced by the Heart Mountain Agricultural Section. This method of irrigation prevents soil erosion.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-67

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volume 13, section B

Land cleared and planted to grain crops. This picture shows the contoured irrigation system which is practiced by the Heart Mountain Agricultural Section. This method of irrigation prevents soil erosion.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-68

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Showing the contrast of cleared land and uncleared land.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. I-69

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Robert Kodama, Jr., residents of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-70

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Busily preparing to leave the Center for outside employment are Mr. ad Mrs. Robert Kodama. The Kodamas formerly lived in ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-71

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Sachi Chira, daughter of Sam Chira, Nisei, a resident at Heart Mountain, formerly a farmer in El Monte, California who specialized in the raising of strawberries.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-05 WRA no. E-718

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Home from school goes Reiko Tsujimura. Her father, a former Los Angeles candy wholesaler, now manages community store #3 at the center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-13 WRA no. E-719

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Temporary structures built of tar paper, wood and composition materials offer constant fire hazard. Here, two center firemen of Japanese ... 1943-01-04 WRA no. E-720

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Temporary structures built of tar paper, wood and composition materials offer constant fire hazard. Here, two center firemen of Japanese ... 1943-01-04 WRA no. E-721

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Temporary structures built of tar paper, wood and composition materials offer constant fire hazard. Here, two center firemen of Japanese ... 1943-01-04 WRA no. E-722

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A nursery school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center where persons of Japanese parentage, evacuated from west coast defense areas, are now residing.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-04 WRA no. E-723

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A nursery school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center where persons of Japanese parentage, evacuated from west coast defense areas, are now residing.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1/4/43 WRA no. E-723A

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Duplicatte of WRA No. E-723
 

[recto] A nursery school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center where persons of Japanese parentage, evacuated from west coast defense areas, are now residing. ; Photographer: Parker, Tom ; Heart Mountain, Wyoming. WRA no. E-723A [recto]

 

[verso] A nursery school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center where persons of Japanese parentage, evacuated from west coast defense areas, are now residing. ; Photographer: Parker, Tom ; Heart Mountain, Wyoming. WRA no. E-723A [verso]

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A nursery school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center where persons of Japanese parentage, evacuated from west coast defense areas, are now residing.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-04 WRA no. E-724

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Two small girls, whose grandparents came to the United States from Japan, play with clay toys in the nursery school at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-04 WRA no. E-725

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A bashful little girl, whose parents are American born citizens of Japanese ancestry, is tickled at posing for her picture in a nursery school at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-04 WRA no. E-726

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When the Sentinel weekly newspaper, of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, hits the newsstands, the rush is on. The two young Nisei shown here had to read the sports page before they could leave the community store.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-08 WRA no. E-727

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Members of the staff and volunteer helpers reassemble a privately owned Japanese typewriter to be used for the Japanese language ... 1943-01-13 WRA no. E-728

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volume 13, section B

Koso Fukuda of the Evacuee Property Office is helping Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama with transportation of property and ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-73

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Guy Robertson, Project Director, Heart Mountain Center.

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-08 WRA no. B-739

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama, with their son, receiving cash grant from cashier Tomio Miyahara for indefinite relocation from ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-74

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Busily preparing to leave the center for outside employment are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama. The Kodamas formerly lived ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-75

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Junior, give their passes to Pfc. Courtland Dalheim of the ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-76

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Harvest is on at Heart Mountain. This picture shows some of the fifty-two varieties of crops grown by the Agricultural ... 1944-10-03 WRA no. G-765

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Of the many crops grown by the Agricultural Department, a few are pictured as following left to right: Nerima daikon, carrots, table beets, green onion and dry onion. These crops are grown on the Heart Mountain Project.

Photographer: Ushioka, Henry

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-10-03 WRA no. G-766

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The 1944 crop of Yellow Sweet Spanish onion grown Agricultural Section of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Ushioka, Henry

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-10-10 WRA no. G-767

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The Giant Pascal celery stands 29 inches high and is the average size produced by agricultural section of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Ushioka, Henry

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-10-03 WRA no. G-768

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Scene at the Heart Mountain, Wyoming, Bus Depot. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Junior, are ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-77

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Scene at the Heart Mountain, Wyoming, Bus Depot. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Junior, are ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-78

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Edward Nakano, Jr., Leave Officer, issues passes for indefinite leave to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-79

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Request for government transportation has been granted, so Lulu Tamura of the Requests Office issues bus tickets to Mr. and ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-80

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The Heart Mountain USO sponsored a pre-Thanksgiving social which was held at the USO Lounge. Approximately forty soldiers representing six ... 1944-11-22 WRA no. G-806

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Memorial Services were held for the six war dead. The girl, pictured at the left, is a Girl Scout, while a Camp Fire Girl is laying a wreath before the community gold star service flag.

Photographer: Ushioka, Henry

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
19444-12-09 WRA no. G-807

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Misako Tomita of the Heart Mountain Relocation Office is helping little Robert Kodama, Jr., have his finger prints taken while ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-81

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With the reinstitution of Selective Service for Japanese-Americans, the subsequent drafting of eligible young men into the Army, the Heart ... 1944-12 WRA no. G-810

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The water filtration plant at Heart Mountain.

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1945-02 WRA no. G-817

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and son are obtaining internal employment clearance from Haruko Fujita of the Internal Employment ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-82

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volume 13, section B

Yuki Shirakawa, Relocation Department Photographer, is taking a picture of Robert Yoshio Kodama for the file and identification card as ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-83

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Yuki Shirakawa, Relocation Department Photographer, is taking a picture of Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama for the file and identification card ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-84

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A center resident watches from the bank of the Highline Ditch canal, main irrigation source for this relocation center's farm lands, as the first water finds its way along the just completed excavation.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-05 WRA no. E-926

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A group of center residents watch from the bank of the Highline Ditch canal main irrigation water source for this relocation center's farm lands, as the first water finds its way along the just completed excavation.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-05 WRA no. E-927

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A group of center residents watch from the bridge of the Highline Ditch canal main irrigation water source for this relocation center's farm lands, as the first water finds its way along the just completed excavation.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-05 WRA no. E-928

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Reversing the scenes of nearly three years ago when train after train brought more than 11,000 evacuees from the West ... 1945-07 WRA no. G-945

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volume 14, section B

Tom Oki Bob Kodama Wright Kawakami

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-02-02 WRA no. X-1

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Virgil Payne, head of the Social Welfare Department, is helping Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara make application for clothing ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-100

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara and their daughters, Maureen and Diane, are shown packing their clothing prior to leaving ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-101

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara with their daughters, Diane, 12; and Maureen, 11; and son, Tom Jr. Their former ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-102

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara are obtaining internal employment clearance from Haruko Fujita to clear all government property before ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-103

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Misako Tomita of the Relocation Office is helping Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara have her finger prints taken for the file ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-104

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Scene at the Heart Mountain Bus station as Mr. and Mrs. Sashihara and family prepare to board the bus for ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-105

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara with their daughters, Maureen and Diane, and their son Tom Jr. await the bus ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-106

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Sashihara and their daughters, Maureen and Diane, and son Tom, Jr., preparing to give their passes to ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-107

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Sashihara and their daughters, Maureen and Diane, and son Tom, Jr., preparing to give their passes to ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-108

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara checking time for the last payroll with Bud Aoyama, timekeeper, before leaving the center ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-109

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volume 14, section B

Noburu Yoshida, head cashier, is giving cash grants to relocatees Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara. The Sashiharas, former home ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-110

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki with their small daughter, Dinne, receiving cash grants from cashier Tomio Miyahara for indefinite leave ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-111

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volume 14, section B

Koso Fukuda of the Evacuee Property Office is helping Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki with transfer of property, freight, and ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-112

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and their small daughter, Dinne, checking out time with Dorothy Hiuga of the timekeepers division, ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-114

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and baby Dinne give their indefinite leave passes to Pfc. Courtland Dalheim of the Military ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-115

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and daughter Dinne, about to board the bus from Heart Mountain Relocation, Wyoming, on their ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-116

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Haruko Fujita of Internal Employment clears all government property for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oki before they leave the Heart ... 1944-03-14 WRA no. I-118

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Edward Nakano, Jr. Leave Officer, issues passes for indefinite leave to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oki and their small daughter, ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-119

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Request for government transportation has been granted to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oki and their small daughter, Dinne. So Lulu ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-120

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volume 14, section B

Mr. Tom Oki holds his small daughter, Dinne, while Misako Tomita of the Relocation Department helps Dinne to have her ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-121

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Yuki Shirakawa, Relocation Department Photographer, is taking a picture of little Dinne Oki for the file and identification card, as ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-122

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Relocation Department Photographer Yuki Shirakawa is taking a picture of Mrs. Thomas Oki for the file and identification card, as ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-123

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Photographer Yuki Shirakawa, of the Relocation Department, is taking a picture of Mr. Tom Oki for the file and identification ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-124

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Fumi Taketa of the War Ration Book Department issues War Ration Books to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki, as they ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-125

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and their small daughter, Dinne, apply for leave applications for indefinite leave, from Asako Nomura ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-126

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volume 14, section B

Tomi Fujimura, Counselor for the Relocation Office, is explaining the indefinite leave procedures to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki, as ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-127

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volume 14, section B

Preparing to leave for outside employment, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oki are busily packing their belongings. The Okis formerly resided ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-128

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volume 14, section B

Preparing to leave for outside employment, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oki are busily packing their belongings. The Okis formerly resided ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-129

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volume 14, section B

A typical Nisei family of Heart Mountain Relocation Center are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and their small daughter, Dinne. ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-130

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volume 14, section B

Block manager Tom Oki presiding in a special meeting of block managers concerning the center's population. The Okis formerly resided ... 1944-03-20 WRA no. I-131

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volume 14, section B

Block manager Tom Oki explains draft procedures to fellow block managers, so they in turn can explain them to center ... 1944-03-20 WRA no. I-132

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volume 14, section B

The Heart Mountain Community Council meets twice weekly. (Left to right) Councilmen: George Tani, Shogo Iwamoto, Secretary of Council Shinji Fujimoto, Toyo Suke Kimoto, Mune Jiro Hayashi, Frank Kuwamoto [?] and Hinoshi Matsushigo.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-21 WRA no. I-135

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volume 14, section B

A hotly contested interscholastic basketball game between Heart Mountain and Powell High School girl teams took place at Heart Mountain Relocation Center on March 18. The Heart Mountain girls were victorious, with the final score reading 32 to 24.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-18 WRA no. I-136

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A hotly contested interscholastic basketball game between Heart Mountain and Powell High School girl teams took place at Heart Mountain Relocation Center on March 18. The Heart Mountain girls were victorious, with the final score reading 32 to 24.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-18 WRA no. I-138

Subjects and Indexing Terms

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volume 14, section B

Pretty Hideo Takehara, 18-year-old Heart Mountain high school student, formerly of Los Angeles, California, where she attended Roosevelt High, poses for the camera.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-21 WRA no. I-139

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volume 14, section B

Nurses Aide Dixie Honda taking the temperature of one of the patients in room D of ward 7 at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center Hospital. Dixie is one of the 100 Nurses Aides working in the Hospital.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-07 WRA no. I-140

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

16-year-old Yoko Sato represents a typical Heart Mountain High School student. Before evacuation, Yoko lived in Sacramento, California, where she attended The Grant Union High School.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-07 WRA no. I-141

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Pretty Hideo Takehara, 18-year-old Heart Mountain high school student, formerly of Los Angeles, California, where she attended Roosevelt High, poses for the camera.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-21 WRA no. I-142

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Visiting soldiers and a USO volunteer worker leaving the USO Club quarters at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-05 WRA no. I-148

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Junior, are applying for War Ration Books from Fumi Taketa ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-85

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son are applying for indefinite leave from Asako Nomura of the ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-86

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and son, Junior, consult with Tomi Fujimura, Counselor For Relocation, in regards to relocation. ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-87

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoshio Kodama and their small son, Robert Kodama, Jr., residents of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, ... 1944-03-18 WRA no. I-88

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Edward Nakano, Jr., Leave Officer of the Heart Mountain Relocation Office, is issuing passes to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-89

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Harry Fuji of the Heart Mountain Relocation Office in charge of transportation, is helping Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-90

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Fumi Taketa of the Heart Mountain Relocation Office is issuing War Ration Books to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara, ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-92

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Asako Nomura, of the Leave Application Department, is helping Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara file their applications for indefinite ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-93

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara consult with Frank Ken Toya, Heart Mountain Property Clerk, in regards to transferring personal ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-94

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Asako Nomura, of the Leave Application Department, is helping Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara fill in their application for ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-95

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara consult with Frank Ken Toya, Heart Mountain Property Clerk, in regards to transferring personal ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-96

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Tomi Fujimura is showing Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara steps to be taken before indefinite leave may be secured. ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-98

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volume 14, section B

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Sashihara receiving word of confirmation in regard to their employment in an Eastern city by ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. I-99

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volume 78, section E

It takes approximately four carloads of coal a day to provide heat for residents at this Wyoming relocation center during the cold winter months. Here a crew of volunteers are loading trucks from the coal gondola for delivery to barracks.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1942-09-15 WRA no. -107

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section E

Montana beet farmer, Spencer, gives these young evacuees of Japanese ancestry, who have volunteered for farm work, instructions in the ... 1942-09-20 WRA no. -113

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section E

Dinner is served cafeteria style to young and old in the mess halls at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1942-09-23 WRA no. -134

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section G

Mrs. Mari Yashida looks at her baby through the plate glass window of the nursery, as nurse's aide Nobuko Hirashima returns it to its crib after feeding.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. -190

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section G

Priorities need be no bar to personal cleanliness. Tak Sugiyama, Heart Mountain resident, is here shown scrubbing up in one of the improvised bath tubs made of sawed off pickle barrels.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-23 WRA no. -197

Subjects and Indexing Terms

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volume 78, section G

Optometrist Wright Kawakami, examines the eyes of Al Tanouye prior to fitting him with glasses. Dr. Wright Kawakami is a graduate of the University of California School of Optometry.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-11-18 WRA no. -206

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section B

A fourth grade rhythm class in the grade school of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, where persons of Japanese ancestry, evacuated from the west coast, now reside.

Photographer: Coffey, Pat

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-04 WRA no. -569

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section B

A session of the court at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. The court is composed of seven judges selected from the residents and appointed by the Project Director. They preside over infractions of center regulations and ordinary civil court cases.

Photographer: Coffey, Pat

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-06-04 WRA no. -571

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volume 78, section E

On cold winter evenings at the Heart Mountain Center, old timers pit their wits in the game of Goh, in ... 1943-01-04 WRA no. -608

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section B

Symbolic Heart Mountain towers at the end of F Street, the main thoroughfare of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1942-08-28 WRA no. -61

Additional Note

Filename: jB-61a.tif

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volume 78, section E

Symbolic Heart Mountain towers at the end of F Street, the main thoroughfare of the Heart Mountain Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1942-08-28 WRA no. -61

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 78, section I

Land cleared of sagebrush last fall and corrugated against wind erosion. Assistant Farm Superintendent, Eiichi Sakauye, checking the moisture for early Spring crop planting.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1944-03-10 WRA no. -64

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volume 78, section E

At a preliminary meeting, interested residents at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, where persons of Japanese ancestry, evacuated from west ... 1943-01-13 WRA no. -672

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volume 78, section E

Residents of Japanese ancestry, at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, were quick to grasp the recreational advantages of Wyoming's cold ... 1943-01-10 WRA no. -677

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volume 78, section I

Yuki Shirakawa, Heart Mountain Relocation Office Photographer, is taking a picture of Mr. Thomas T. Sashihara, who has applied for ... 1944-03-16 WRA no. -91

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volume 78, section E

Furniture for the schools, public buildings and administrative offices is being made in the wood working shop at the Heart Mountain relocation center by these evacuee residents.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1942-09-22 WRA no. -99

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 83, section E

Assembling and folding the Sentinel, Heart Mountain Relocation Center newspaper, Bill Hosokawa, Editor, mothers his paper from editing and directing his reporters to seeing that they are wrapped and distributed properly to residents of Heart Mountain.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
1943-01-08 WRA no. -642

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Series 6: Jerome Relocation Center (Denson, Arkansas) 1942-1944.

Physical Description:
Extent: 362 photographs.

Content/Description

Photographers: (87), (48), (70), (8), (135), (8), unidentified (6)
volume 14, section B

A view showing the sewage disposal plant which is under construction at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-14 WRA no. E-208

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A view showing the sewage disposal plant which is under construction at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-14 WRA no. E-209

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A view showing the sewage disposal plant which is under construction at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-14 WRA no. E-210

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A view showing the sewage disposal plant which is under construction at this center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-14 WRA no. E-211

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Section of the sewage disposal plant being constructed at this center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-212

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

An exterior view of the fire station at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-214

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volume 14, section B

Evacuee workers are here constructing water facilities for use at the Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-215

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A view showing the water storage tank, which is under construction at the Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-216

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

An exterior view of the motor and truck shop at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-217

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volume 14, section B

An exterior view of the hospital wing which is now in use.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-218

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volume 14, section B

One of the hospital wings showing the heating plant area. One wing is in use and the other is under construction.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-219

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volume 14, section B

An exterior view of the Employment Office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-220

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volume 14, section B

The exterior of the Internal Security Office and the Housing Department in rear.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-221

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volume 14, section B

A view showing a section of the hospital.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-222

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

A view of the west section of the hospital.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-223

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Unloading cut timber at sawmill. Logs are hardwood oak, birch, gum, cypress, and hard pine.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-228

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Loading cut timber for hauling to the center operated sawmill. The land is being cleared for agriculture and the wood is used for construction and fuel.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-229

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Loading cut timber for hauling to the center operated sawmill. The land is being cleared for agriculture and the wood is used for construction and fuel.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-230

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Loading cut timber for hauling to the center operated sawmill. The land is being cleared for agriculture and the wood is used for construction and fuel.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-231

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Volunteer worker residents of the center operating a saw mill where hardwood logs of oak, gum, birch and cypress are cut for building material and fuel.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-233

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Back to the days of the mule, as two evacuee boys haul firewood with a pair of Arkansas mules.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-234

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Back to the days of the mule, as two evacuee boys haul firewood with a pair of Arkansas mules.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-235

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Back to the days of the mule, as two evacuee boys haul firewood with a pair of Arkansas mules.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-236

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Back to the days of the mule, as two evacuee boys haul firewood with a pair of Arkansas mules.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-237

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

Back to the days of the mule, as two evacuee boys haul firewood with a pair of Arkansas mules.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-238

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 14, section B

One thing about Arkansas mules--you don't have to keep your eye glued to the road--so say these young nisei boys as they deliver firewood to barracks within the center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-239

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A street scene in block 7 on a November afternoon.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-240

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A street scene in block 7 on a November afternoon.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-241

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Mrs. T. Arima busily prepares her doorstep garden in Block 7. Besides odd plants and stump arrangements, there will be a pool with goldfish.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-242

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Mrs. T. Arima busily prepares her doorstep garden in Block 7. Besides odd plants and stump arrangements, there will be a pool with goldfish.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-243

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Workers preparing drainage ditches in front of the Block 7 mess hall.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-244

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A young worker gnawing at the hard Arkansas buck shot mud in digging drainage ditches in barracks streets.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-246

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Evacuee work crews repairing drainage ditches and walks between the barracks at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-247

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A street scene on an uneventful afternoon in block 7.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-248

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Woodcutting for fuel on the central square. The wood cut here is oak, gum, and hardwood.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-249

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Woodcutting for fuel on the central square. The wood cut here is oak, gum, and hardwood.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-250

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The football team coach declared so many hours a day on the woodpile for his [illegible] as training, so tackle and fullback both tackle a red oak log.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-251

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The exterior of the medical and optometry field clinic at this center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-252

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An exterior view of the Field Clinic in one of the barracks buildings.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-253

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An exterior view of the Optometry clinic.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-254

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Hospital Laundry.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-03-19 WRA no. B-773

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Dorothy Maruki having her identification picture taken with a new Identification Camera in Leave Office in order to leave the center.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1942-04-12 WRA no. B-775

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First U.S.O. show held in the M.P.P.X.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1942-11-19 WRA no. B-776

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View of the right-of-way, the timber felled, before it has cleared for the dragline.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1942-01-16 WRA no. B-778

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View of the completed excavation for the main drainage ditch No. 1.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-01-15 WRA no. B-779

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View of the right-of-way in front of excavation showing land ready for draglines.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-01-15 WRA no. B-780

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The main drainage ditch, facing South, when it had been carved to a point 500 ft. South of where it will cross State Highway 14.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-05-18 WRA no. B-782

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Radishes and mustard in the brag patch immediately west of the administration building. Note irrigation accomplishment from a fire-hydrant.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-05 WRA no. B-783

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Radishes and mustard in the brag patch right after irrigation was begun.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-05 WRA no. B-784

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View of second graders doing their rhythmic exercises inside grammar school auditorium.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
WRA no. B-785

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View of the 5th and 6th graders going through their exegeses on elementary school grounds.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
WRA no. B-786

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(L. to R.) Cpl. Danley Ask and Pvt. John Vichers of Camp Robinson, Arkansas, peeling potatoes for the first segregation ... 1943-09-15 WRA no. B-916

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Army representatives and WRA personnel can be seen loading segregees on the first segregation train (trip 4) leaving this center ... 1943-09-15 WRA no. B-917

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General view during loading of the first segregation train (trip 4) to leave this center for Tule Lake. Segregees may be seen walking toward the train. The large crowd in the foreground were center residents who came down to the siding to see them depart.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-15 WRA no. B-918

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A part of the first segregation train (trip 4) to leave this center for Tule Lake, showing segregees being directed ... 1943-09-15 WRA no. B-919

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Four trucks (three can be seen in this picture) were used to transport segregees from their blocks to each car ... 1943-09-15 WRA no. B-920

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Jerome evacuees supplied the gasoline to segregation kitchen cars.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-921

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Newcomers from Tule Lake are receiving their assignments in Warehouse 12 before being transported to their blocks.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-922

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Typical crowd in front of Warehouse 12 watching the departure of the segregation train.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-923

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A group of Hawaiian evacuees waiting for the segregation train to start.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-924

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Hand luggage of newcomers from Tule Lake were inspected at Warehouse 12 immediately after arrival of the trains.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-925

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General view of operations at departure time of segregation train from Jerome to Tule Lake. This picture was taken from the train. One truck-load of segregees can be seen finding their hand luggage in right center.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-926

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An army medical officer and two army nurses attached to the segregation train inspecting special baby formulas prepared for the trip.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-927

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A stretcher and several mothers and babies are shown boarding the Pullman on one of the segregation trains from Jerome to Tule Lake. Picture was taken from the rear of the first aid car.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-928

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Aiko Nishikata of the Jerome Office Services Section assembling various documents for a typical file which accompanies each segregee from ... 1943-09-19 WRA no. B-929

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Mess operations in the segregation kitchen baggage car progressed while loading was under way.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-930

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The first evacuees off the first train from Tule Lake at about 1:00 A.M., September 25.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-931

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Army nurses holding an evacuee baby and seated in the first aid station of the September 25 segregation train from Jerome to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-932

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volume 14, section B

A view of the kitchen car, store room on the September 25 segregation train from Jerome to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-933

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A carful of Hawaiian evacuees waving farewell as their segregation train left Jerome for the Tule Lake Center.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-934

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Evacuees at the Jerome Relocation Center chop their own wood in nearby wooded areas. After it is sawed and split to a convenient size for burning stoves it is piled alongside each barrack.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-12-09 WRA no. C-934

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Barrack scene at Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-12-07 WRA no. C-935

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(L. to R.) Robert Allison, Reverend Kai, Paul A. Taylor, Director, Mits Kimura. Taken just before the September 24 segregation train left Jerome for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-935

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Left to right are Masako Mikami, Miss Gladys Townsend, Chiyoka Kawanami, George Nakaji, Aiko Nishikata of the Jerome Office Services Section assembling the files for persons being transferred to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-936

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Segregees are seen trying to check tags to their checkable baggages, prefatory to transfer to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-937

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Each segregee tied his own baggage check to his checkable baggage in preparation for transfer to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-938

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A large crowd of residents is seen returning to their blocks from the rail head after witnessing the arrival of the first train from Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-939

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volume 14, section B

Evacuee loading crews are seen filling a segregation baggage car with checkable baggages bound for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-941

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Receiving tags and check stubs for checkable baggages bound for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-942

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Segregees from a typical block bringing hand baggages to the street and receiving check stubs for each item from the members of the Appointed Personnel.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-943

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Segregees from a typical block bringing hand baggages to the street and receiving check stubs for each item from the members of the Appointed Personnel.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-944

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volume 14, section B

Facing north at the rail head just before segregation train No. 13 left Jerome to the Tule Lake Center.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-945

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Loading one of the segregation baggage cars.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-946

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Tom Matsumoto, a segregee, to a large extent directed the transfer of checkable baggages shown supervising the loading of one baggage car. He was sent to Tule Lake on September 25 train.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-947

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Each segregee tied his own baggage check to his checkable baggage in preparation for transfer to Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-948

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volume 14, section B

Receiving tags and check stubs for checkable baggages bound for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-949

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Hazel Nishimura and George Fujikawa enjoying the last farewell party together. George is leaving for Tule Lake Center.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-961

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A farewell party being held in Block 17 in honor of the people leaving for Tule Lake Center. The general scene is where the girls are having refreshments.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-962

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A farewell party of the Boy Scouts, Troop 97, held in honor of their Scout Master, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sakaniwa. The picture is where the group is playing Post Office. Mr. and Mrs. Sakaniwa are leaving the center for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-963

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A farewell party of the Boy Scouts, Troop 97, being held in honor of their Scout Master, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Sakaniwa. The picture is the scene of midst of their having refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Sakaniwa are leaving the center for Tule Lake.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-964

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Helen, Maxine, and Irene Miyao, first transferees from Tule Lake to apply for jobs, are shown interviewing Masa Seto and Katherine Kawachi.

Photographer: Okano, Tom K.

Dermott, Arkansas.
1943-09-19 WRA no. B-965

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volume 15, section B

Store exterior in Block 8.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-255

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The exterior of a store in which the canteen is located in Block 8.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-256

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A crew of postal workers engaged in sorting packages at the Jerome Center Post Office, called Denson, Arkansas.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-257

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A view showing the Housing Department at this relocation center. (L to R) Virginia Shilby, secretary. John H. Tucker, Housing.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-258

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W. C. Love, Placement Officer, showing assignment desks.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-259

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Interviewers in the Placement Office at this relocation center. W. C. Love is the Placement Officer.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-260

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, holding a conference with the Council Committee in his office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-261

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, holding a conference with newly elected members in his office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-262

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Rolling the presses as the Jerome Communique, project mimeographed newspaper, prepares to hit the streets. (L to R) Eunice Yakota, Stencil Cutter; Kiyomi Nakamura, Mimeograph Operator; Tsugio Makagama, Mimeo Chief; Ray Kawamoto, Communique Artist and [illegible].

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-263

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The Superintendent of Schools, A. G. Thompson, on a busy morning in his office. (L to R) Miye Magota, stenographer; A. G. Thompson, Superintendent of Schools; Ida Mae Clark, Secretary to the Sup't.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 11/18/42 WRA no. E-264

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A view of the office section of the Education Director, J. A. Trice.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-265

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, seated casually at his desk.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-266

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director of this Relocation Center, seated at his desk.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-267

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volume 15, section B

Two assistant postal clerks sorting mail and readdressing to residents whose addresses have been changed, as Postmaster Fred R. Paris gives instructions.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-268

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A typical street scene in Block 30.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11 WRA no. E-269

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volume 15, section B

A patient, teacher of high school science, being examined in a temporary field clinic by Doctor K. H. Taira. In the background Pharmacist Tom Arase prepares a prescription. (L to R) Patient; Tom Arase, Pharmacist; Kitti Tairce [?], M.D.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11 WRA no. E-271

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volume 15, section B

Masaki Hironoka, Chief Postal Orderly, cancelling mail by hand.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-272

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Children playing house in a makeshift play house.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-274

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A typical scene, showing a crew of men preparing drainage ditches between barracks at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-275

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A mother and son of Japanese ancestry. Another son is in the U.S. Army.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-276

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A mother and daughter who are living at this relocation center. The husband and father is in an internment camp.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-277

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volume 15, section B

An interior view of a dormitory room in the Administrative living quarters.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-20 WRA no. E-278

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The chair, table and settee in this barracks home were made by M. Makimoto of 7-06-F.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-279

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, and Administrative Staff. (L to R) Paul A. Taylor, Project Director; Guy B. Smith, Chief, ... 1942-11-18 WRA no. E-280

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, and Administrative Staff. (L to R) Paul A. Taylor, Project Director; Guy B. Smith, Chief ... 1942-11-18 WRA no. E-281

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An interior view of the Office Service Section headed by J. S. Jancock.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-282

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An interior view of the Personnel Records Section headed by Mrs. Nancy Damera.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-19 WRA no. E-283

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The evacuees grouped around this table are part of the Welfare Department.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-19 WRA no. E-284

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The property control section headed by F. G. Merrifield, Director, and his Assistant Property Officer, Mrs. Helen S. Walton.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-19 WRA no. E-286

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Paul A. Taylor, Project Director, and W. C. Melton, Assistant Project Director.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-19 WRA no. E-287

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The interior of the storeroom at Mess Hall 7. Chief cook Hamazaki receives supplies from storekeeper Jimmy Saito.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-288

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The Block 7 kitchen crew pauses for a picture in the early afternoon.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-289

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A settee and chest of drawers built by Fred Hayarki (left on settee in Block [illegible]).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-290

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A typical interior of a barracks home.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-18 WRA no. E-291

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A temporary Optometry Clinic, which was set up at this relocation center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
11/17/42 WRA no. E-292

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A patient with a toothache in a temporary makeshift field clinic at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-294

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The kitchen section at work preparing dinner for Block 7, in the early afternoon.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-295

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The kitchen of the interior of the store in Block 8, showing the grocery section.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-297

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Young children at Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-01-08 WRA no. G-358

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Young children at Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-01-18 WRA no. G-359

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Young children at Jerome Relocation Center.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-01-18 WRA no. G-360

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Part of the newspaper staff at work in the Communique Office. (L to R) Roy Kawamoto, Ellen Noguchi, Paul Yokota, Eddie Shimano, Editor.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-405

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Evacuees on the newspaper staff at work in their office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-406

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The newspaper staff in a group, including (center) Charles Lynn, Reports Office.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-16 WRA no. E-407

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A young nisei mechanic under a project car in a temporary shop.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-408

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Attending to details in motor repair at the temporary shop.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-409

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A view of the first ward (section in use), at the hospital which is still mostly under construction.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-17 WRA no. E-412

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Football crowd at game between group teams at this center, organized to provide sports event participation and general center recreation.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-29 WRA no. E-580

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Football crowd at game between group teams at this center, organized to provide sports event participation and general center recreation.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-29 WRA no. E-581

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Football crowd at game between group teams at this center, organized to provide sports event participation and general center recreation.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Denson, Arkansas.
1942-11-29 WRA no. E-582

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In a corner of a laundry building, Mr. I. Telashita stirs a tub of rendered fats, in preparing soap for ... 1943-03-11 WRA no. E-777

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In a makeshift soap factory, at the Jerome Center, Mrs. K. Oyama and Miyo Mishikawa cut bars into hand sizes ... 1943-03-11 WRA no. E-778

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In the Engineering and Operations Division, of the Jerome Relocation Center, where relocated persons of Japanese ancestry now reside, Ted Oda, former University of California, Berkeley, graduate architect, prepares plans for center construction.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-779

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In the Engineering and Operations Division, of the Jerome Relocation Center, where relocated persons of Japanese ancestry now reside, Yoshiyuki Murata, graduate architect, prepares plans for center construction.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-780

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In an adult education class at the Jerome Relocation Center, where former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry now reside, ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-781

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Former California residents of Japanese ancestry, who now reside at the Jerome Center, show great interest in adult education classes, ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-782

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Two young former California residents of Japanese ancestry, now residing at the Jerome Center, peer into hot beds in quest ... 1943-03-13 WRA no. E-783

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A young farm assistant preparing hot beds at the Jerome Center, where former west coast residents of Japanese ancestry now reside. The center farm activities will include the raising of any vegetable for center use.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-13 WRA no. E-784

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In an afternoon class, enrolling 150 students, center housewives make artificial flowers of tissue paper and paste. Afternoon and evening ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-785

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A former Californian, Dr. Fujikawa, examining a patient, S. Ego, in the center hospital fluoroscope.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-786

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Tom Arasae, former California Bio-Chemistry student, performs a gastro analysis in the center hospital laboratory.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-787

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In the laboratory at the center hospital, Iiuao Oyama, laboratory technician, performs a urinalysis. Oyama, a former Californian of Japanese ancestry, now resident at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-788

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Kiyo Hase, Chief of the hospital laboratory staff, operates the center autoclave. All functions of the hospital are performed by center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry), except for the chief doctor and superintending nurses.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-11-43 WRA no. E-789

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Hospital assistants preparing bandages and gauze sponges for operating room use. All functions of the hospital are performed by center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry), except the chief doctor and the superintending nurses.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-790

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Dr. Nobuo Renge applies an eye bandage to George Arita in the center hospital clinic. All functions of the hospital are performed by center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry), except for the chief doctor and the superintending nurses.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-791

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Medical prescriptions are supplied to center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry) through the hospital pharmacy. Looking through ... 1943-03-11 WRA no. E-792

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A pre-school class in the Jerome Center grade school. Teachers are Marie Izume, Nelli Nishimura and Emiko Shinagawa. Assistant teachers, such as those shown, are drawn from qualified residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-793

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Six-year-old Reiko Masado, convalescing from a serious illness, is looked after by nurse's aid, Chiyo Okata. All functions of the ... 1943-03-11 WRA no. E-794

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In a pre-school class at the Jerome Center, young residents reach for the crayon box, under the supervision of assistant teacher Emiko Shinagawa. Children, left to right, are: Hidemi Kimura, Tomiko Fukute, Shigea Konishi, Alfred Miyamoto, and Sei Asaki.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-795

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Two young pre-school students play in the sand box at the Jerome Center grade school. Left, Sei Asaki; right, Horace Mochizuki.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-796

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Playing in the sand box at the Jerome Center pre-school, Tamiko June Fukuta plays like she is feeding Nancy Krayama's doll. The girls and their parents reside at the Jerome Center where west coast persons of Japanese ancestry have been temporarily located.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-797

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Home visiting day, when parents will visit the school, is a big event, and these nursery school children are decked ... 1943-03-10 WRA no. E-798

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Home visiting day, when parents will visit the school, is a big event, and these nursery school children are decked ... 1943-03-10 WRA no. E-799

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In a third grade class at the Jerome Center grade school resident teacher Miss Saiki answers student study hour questions. ... 1943-03-10 WRA no. E-800

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While a portion of her third grade class studies, another section recites for assistant teacher, Miss Saiki. To complement the ... 1943-03-10 WRA no. E-801

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A young former Californian of Japanese ancestry, now residing in the Jerome Relocation Center, operates a joiner in the center cabinet shop.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-802

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In the center cabinet shop, where office and school furniture is being prepared, K. Inouye, a former Californian, operates a band saw.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-803

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]yyttIn the cabinet shop, at the Jerome Relocation Center, where 8,000 former Californians of Japanese ancestry now reside, John Onishi and M. Goto cut furniture pieces on a mitre box. The cabinet shop constructs office and school furniture for center use.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-804

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In the cabinet shop, at the Jerome Center, where 8,000 former west coast residents of Japanese ancestry have been temporarily located, Harry Takiuchi prepares parts for an office cabinet. The shop produces school and office furniture.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-805

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On a sunny afternoon, the center resident who can repair shoes becomes a popular showman. To date, the center has ... 1943-03-13 WRA no. E-806

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Maintaining center roadways, despite Arkansas rainy springs, is a man size job. Here a former Californian of Japanese ancestry operates a big Diesel bulldozer.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-808

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Maintaining center roadways, despite Arkansas rainy springs, is a man size job. Here a former Californian of Japanese ancestry, operates a big Diesel bulldozer.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-809

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Maintaining center roadways, despite Arkansas rainy springs, is a man size job. Here a former Californian of Japanese ancestry operates a road scraper.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-810

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Maintaining center roadways, despite Arkansas rainy springs, is a man size job. Here a former Californian of Japanese ancestry operates a road scraper.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-10 WRA no. E-811

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The Arkansas rainy season, and this young resident of the Jerome Center dons rubber boots and carries a parasol. The (buckshot) mud makes the trip to and from school a little difficult.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-815

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School children leaving the grade school. At the Jerome Relocation Center, where 8,000 persons of Japanese ancestry who formerly resided in California now reside. The rainy season in the lowlands of Arkansas have created mud and drainage problems for the center.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-816

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One umbrella wasn't enough for these lads of Japanese ancestry, who formerly lived in west coast areas. The rainy season, in Arkansas, makes the relocation center one vast quagmire.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-817

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Grade school children leaving the school, at the Jerome Relocation Center. During the rainy season, in the heart of the Arkansas lowlands, the Jerome Center, whose residents are former Californians of Japanese ancestry, was one vast quagmire.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-818

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Two students, in an adult education class, getting points from instructor Masao Hatano in the art of Ikebana. The example ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-819

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Grade school children leaving the school, at the Jerome Relocation Center. During the rainy season, in the heart of the Arkansas lowlands, the Jerome Center, whose residents are former Californians of Japanese ancestry, was one vast quagmire.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-820

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Rene Miyake, member of the legal aid staff, at the Jerome Center, and graduate law student of the Hastings School at San Francisco, discusses income tax problems with a center resident who was a former large scale California farmer.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-822

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Attorney Ulys A. Lovell, and his resident secretary, Miss Fujiye Jitsumyo. Along with his duties as legal adviser to the center appointed staff, the project attorney also carries on a legal aid for center residents (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-823

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In the administrative offices, at the Jerome Center, a qualified stenographer operates the teletype machine.

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-824

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Attorney Ulys A. Lovell, and his resident secretary, Miss Fujiye Jitsumyo. Along with his duties as legal adviser to the center appointed staff, the project attorney also carries on a legal aid for center residents, (former west coast persons of Japanese ancestry).

Photographer: Parker, Tom

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-11 WRA no. E-825

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Project Attorney, Lovell, a client and a part of his staff in the legal department office at the Jerome Center. ... 1943-03-11 WRA no. E-826

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A self organized string quartet, or more accurately, a harikuri band, in a practice session at the Jerome Center. The ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-827

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A self organized string quartet, or more accurately, a harikuri band, in a practice session at the Jerome Center. The ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-828

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A pattern making class in the adult education division of the Jerome Center schools. Housewives and mothers swelled the rolls ... 1943-03-12 WRA no. E-829

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Two workmen in the cabinet shop, constructing furniture for school and center office use, operating a planer.

Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.

Denson, Arkansas.
1943-03-12 WRA no. E-868

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Harry Shiramizu, Editor of the Denson Tribune, semi-weekly publication of the Jerome Center, writes finis to that paper's existence after the last copy of the last edition comes off the press.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-16 WRA no. I-153

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Dismantling one of Jerome's thirty-three messhalls. The equipment was assembled at warehouse to be sent where needed.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-21 WRA no. I-154

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Carrying equipment from one of the dismantled messhalls at the Jerome Center.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-20 WRA no. I-155

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Travel is just another adventure to the children of the relocation centers. Here a little tot eagerly mounts the steps of the chair car assisted by a member of the military police.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-15 WRA no. I-156

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Assistant Project Director W. O. Melton meets with the block managers to make selections for train captains, monitors, etc., prior to the movements of residents to other centers.

Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-12 WRA no. I-157

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. W. H. Jenkins, left, motor pool superintendent; Fritz A. Zuendt, transportation superintendent, meet ... 1944-06-12 WRA no. I-158

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Cutting cabbages which have been left for winter harvest.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-01-18 WRA no. G-362

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Loading cabbages which have been harvested during the winter season.

Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-01-18 WRA no. G-363

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Closing of Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Mrs. M. Nakagama, an evacuee resident of the Jerome Relocation Center, writes to her ... 1944-06-20 WRA no. H-411

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Closing of Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Here we go again! A typical truck load of Japanese American residents of the ... 1944-06-18 WRA no. H-412

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Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Clara Hasegawa and Tad Mijake take a last look at the Jerome Center ... 1944-06-19 WRA no. H-413

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Closing of Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Mrs S. Matsunaga, a Jerome resident, takes up her flower garden for transplanting at ... 1944-06-14 WRA no. H-415

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Mitzi Matsunaga packs her wardrobe just prior to being moved with her family ... 1944-06-14 WRA no. H-416

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Three young ladies of the Jerome Relocation Center exchange addresses before leaving to ... 1944-06-14 WRA no. H-417

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Moving day at the Jerome Center. A typical scene in one of the center's streets as trucks arrive to load ... 1944-06-20 WRA no. H-418

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Dental and surgical instruments are being sorted and labeled in the center's hospital prior to shipment to other center hospitals.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-17 WRA no. H-419

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Hospital equipment being assembled in one of the wards where it will be sorted, labeled and sent to other centers where needed.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-17 WRA no. H-420

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A room full of hospital equipment ready for crating and shipment to hospitals at other centers.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-17 WRA no. H-421

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Hospital beds and mattresses assembled in one of the wards for shipment to other centers.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-17 WRA no. H-422

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Dishes from the center's thirty-three mess halls were carefully packed in straw and put in G.I. cans ready for shipment. Angelo Girardo of the Denver Office is shown supervising the work.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-22 WRA no. H-423

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A caravan of trucks with household belongings moves from the Jerome Center en route to Rohwer, thirty miles distant.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-16 WRA no. H-424

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Jerome residents who are to be moved to the Rohwer Center are assembled at the block mess halls and then taken the thirty mile distance by bus. They are here shown being checked into one of the buses.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-16 WRA no. H-425

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Students of the Denson High School who are to be moved to distant centers, say goodbye to their classmates who are being taken by bus to the Rohwer Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-16 WRA no. H-426

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Scene as one train of 500 Jerome residents leaves for the Gila River Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-18 WRA no. H-427

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. One of the freight caravans which assembled almost daily at the center's gateway ready to move the residents' belongings to the Rohwer Center, 30 miles distant.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-15 WRA no. H-429

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Jerome residents who are to be sent to the Granada Center wait in trucks to entrain.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-430

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The all male residents of block no. 1, known as Bachelor Row, were ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-431

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The all male residents of block no. 1, known as Bachelor Row, were ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-432

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The all male residents of block no. 1, known as Bachelor Row, were ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-433

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The all male residents of block no. 1, known as Bachelor Row, were ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-434

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Scene as household furnishings were loaded in trucks for movement to the Rohwer Center. Practically all the furniture in the center is home made from plain scrap lumber salvaged from the center's sawmill.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-20 WRA no. H-435

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Carloading was heavy work in the Arkansas atmosphere. Many of the crated articles were weighty. The crews doing this were augmented by men recruited from outside the center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-18 WRA no. H-437

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. In the movement of Jerome residents to other centers, infants under 18 months, ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-438

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A little girl is consoled as the closing of the Jerome Center separates ... 1944-06-21 WRA no. H-439

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Henry Ishino, an evacuee resident of the Jerome Center, shakes hands with his ... 1944-06-21 WRA no. H-440

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. W.R.A. officials and transportation officers check out the truck load of Jerome residents as they pass through the gate to the tracks where they are to entrain for the Gila River Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-441

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Military Police assist evacuees entering the chair cars on the June 13th trip to the Gila River Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-13 WRA no. H-442

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Trucks carrying Jerome residents from their barracks to the train deposited them immediately ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-443

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Evacuees still remaining in the Jerome Center wave to friends on the train ... 1944-06-19 WRA no. H-444

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Hospital patients were the first to be evacuated and were sent by pullman ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-445

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A typical evacuee family watches the departure of their friends and neighbors who are en route to the Granada Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-446

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Scene at the tracks as the June 19th train left Jerome for Granada.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-447

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Passengers for the Gila River train leave the trucks and approach the cars to which they have been assigned.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-13 WRA no. H-448

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A sentimental custom still practiced by many when friends part is the trailing ... 1944-06-19 WRA no. H-451

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volume 16, section B

Fourth grade children at Jerome, with the help of their teacher, Miss Era Nixon, and the Community Cooperative Association, planned ... 1944-02 WRA no. G-451

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A sentimental custom still practiced by many when friends part is the trailing ... 1944-06-19 WRA no. H-452

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volume 16, section B

Fourth grade children at Jerome, with the help of their teacher, Miss Era Nixon, and the Community Cooperative Association, planned ... 1944-02 WRA no. G-453

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Goodbye and good-luck as the train whistle announces departure to the Granada Center.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-453

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. A view of one end of the evacuated Jerome Center as seen from one of the guard towers. In the distance is the recently completed recreation hall and the moving picture theatre.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-19 WRA no. H-454

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Block 44 in the Jerome Center is typical of the blocks in which ... 1944-06-20 WRA no. H-455

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The quarters of the Military Police at the entrance to the Jerome Center ... 1944-06-23 WRA no. H-456

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volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. The decorative flower gardens at the approach to the center's administrative buildings was ... 1944-06-23 WRA no. H-458

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Local boys recruited from outside the center helped in the dismantling of the thirty-three messhalls. Here they are shown loading kitchen utensils in a truck from the messhall in block 2.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-22 WRA no. H-459

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. One of the many truck loads of Jerome residents wait in the broiling ... 1944-06-13 WRA no. H-460

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs
volume 16, section B

Closing of the Jerome Center, Denson, Arkansas. Truck loads of household furnishings from the Jerome Center are here seen entering the Rohwer Center in advance of the bus carrying evacuees.

Photographer: Mace, Charles E.

Denson, Arkansas.
1944-06-21 WRA no. H-461

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Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Photographs