Puyallup (Camp Harmony)

Temporary Assembly Center

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Camp Harmony, Advance Detachment Personnel Roster, to report April 28, 1942 (ddr-densho-122-849)
doc Camp Harmony, Advance Detachment Personnel Roster, to report April 28, 1942 (ddr-densho-122-849)
List of individuals to serve as advanced personnel for opening of Camp Harmony, including medical personnel, mess hall workers, construction workers and adminstrative staff
Letter from Bill  to Tama (ddr-densho-383-554)
doc Letter from Bill to Tama (ddr-densho-383-554)
Advice on travelling to Minidoka from Camp Harmony, conditions at Minidoka and progress on building camp
Printed copy of text of speech from 2004 Minidoka Reunion (ddr-densho-383-482)
doc Printed copy of text of speech from 2004 Minidoka Reunion (ddr-densho-383-482)
Section II, Introduction to Puyallup, by Tama Tokuda, completed text of object ddr-densho-383-481
Women and girls behind barbed wire at Camp Harmony (ddr-densho-383-464)
img Women and girls behind barbed wire at Camp Harmony (ddr-densho-383-464)
Tamako Inouye on far right. Written on back of photograph: "Camp Harmony, Puyallup, Washington, 1942".
Letter from Sueko Hasegawa (ddr-densho-383-555)
doc Letter from Sueko Hasegawa (ddr-densho-383-555)
Written before Hasegawa was "evacuated" to Tamako in camp, probably Camp Harmony
Letter from Nobutaka (probably Nobuko Yanagimachi) to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-556)
doc Letter from Nobutaka (probably Nobuko Yanagimachi) to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-556)
Re: conditions at Camp Harmony. Nobuko Yanagimachi was a fellow UW student and member of Fuyo-Kai
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