Original WRA caption: Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California. Picture of relief map showing location of Manzanar, War Relocation Authority Center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry, in Owens Valley, California, which is flanked in background by the High Sierras and in foreground by Mount Whitney, loftiest peak in the United States.
Group photograph of Japanese American women and children, including Shidzuyo, Min, and Ches Yasui. Date and location unknown, though it may be a photograph from a gathering of Nikkei living in Hood River, Oregon.
Report from the Friends of the American Way, a Quaker group supportive of Japanese Americans. The group organized a letter-writing campaign advocating the release of persons held in camps simply because of their Japanese ancestry.