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    "title": "Ichikawa Family Collection",
    "description": "The Ichikawa Family Collection contains a photograph album with approximately 200 pictures of the Ichikawa family and their communities in Oregon (c.1935-1942) and Anderson Dam, ID (1945-c.1960). Added to the collection in 2018, a booklet written by Satoru Ichikawa about his parents' experience during World War II and documents from 1944-1946.",
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    "unitdatebulk": "c.1930s-1960s",
    "contributor": "Densho",
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    "unitdateinclusive": "c.1930s-1960s",
    "public": "1",
    "record_created": "2013-10-25T16:50:10",
    "extent": "1 photograph album with photographic prints, black and white\r\n1 booklet from a panel from Japanese American National Museum National Conference 2013\r\n1 letter\r\n2 telegram\r\n1 money order\r\n1 hand drawn and illustrated map\r\n1 photocopied photograph",
    "acqinfo": "1st Acquired in July 2012\r\nContact and donor:\r\nSatoru Ichikawa, 11442 60th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98178, 206-725-9325\r\n\r\n2nd Acquired in 2015\r\nContact and donor:\r\nSatoru Ichikawa, 11442 60th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98178, 206-725-9325",
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    "bioghist": "The Ichikawa family lived in the Washington and Oregon area before WWII. After being incarcerated in Minidoka, they relocated to Anderson Dam, near Mountain Home, ID. Several other families from Minidoka also relocated to Anderson Dam, including the families of Frank Yamashita, Anky Arai, and Tony Kato. Tony Kato is the father of Grace, who married Satoru Ichikawa.",
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