img Camp street (ddr-densho-37-823)
Original WRA caption: Minidoka Relocation Center, Hunt, Idaho. Looking down the rows of barracks westward from block 44. At extreme left is a corner of the dining hall where the 275 to 300 residents of the block eat. At center background is the sanitation building including showers, lavatories, toilets and washtubs. Nearly all the residents planted ...
img Japanese American family inside barracks (ddr-densho-39-28)
Dorothy and Jack Yamaguchi, pictured in the middle and to the far right, with their children and the children's grandmother, were from Seattle, Washington. The Yamaguchis returned to Seattle after World War II and worked to help preserve Japanese American history. They developed a slide show and accompanying book called This Is Minidoka, which they ...
img Two children walking between barracks (ddr-densho-39-25)
The children are Irene Ito, 4, and her brother Hiroshi, 1 1/2. (Info from original museum description)
img Aerial view of Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho (ddr-densho-39-15)
Original museum description: Photograph, back and white glossy of an aerial view of the Minidoka internment camp. Photo shows barrack type buildings, some with tar paper construction and others without. Canal is in the background. Two roads lead to a "V" formation. (Info from original museum description)
doc Japanese Internees Start For New Home in Idaho. Japs Backtrack Oregon Trail to Idaho Camp (August 16, 1942) (ddr-densho-56-834)
The Seattle Daily Times, August 16, 1942, pp. 1, 14
doc Japanese Leave Minidoka Fast (September 28, 1945) (ddr-densho-56-1145)
The Seattle Daily Times, September 28, 1945, p. 21
doc Japs to Prepare Idaho Retreat (August 10, 1942) (ddr-densho-56-833)
The Seattle Daily Times, August 10, 1942, p. 15
doc Letter to Frances Haglund from George L. Townsend (ddr-densho-275-43)
A letter from George Townsend regarding Frances Haglund's article "Behind Barbed Wire."
doc Newpaper clipping about Frances Haglund (ddr-densho-275-79)
An article written about Frances Haglund and her article titled "Behind Barbed Wire."