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Drawing of barracks 16 at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-4)
doc Drawing of barracks 16 at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-4)
Caption written by Kenneth Iyeki: "This # barrack 16 served as our dwelling during the months spent at Tanforan. During our stay, peculiar odors persisted, reminding us of horse manure. We lived in the end apartment. The balcony came in very handy as we had an excellent view. All day long evacuees would be scurrying back …
Drawing of the script books building at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-20)
doc Drawing of the script books building at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-20)
Caption written by Kenneth Iyeki: "This is where the script books were sold, and where they were distributed free. If anyone wanted extras, they would have to pay for them. Cash was not used in in the center."
Drawing of the military camp at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-7)
doc Drawing of the military camp at Tanforan Assembly Center (ddr-densho-392-7)
Caption by Kenneth Iyeki: "After drawing this picture of the military camp in the south-west corner of Tanforan, I found that such pictures were prohibited. The soldiers in this camp were all swell fellows, and when on guard duty, were as amicable as could be. Along the fence, the soldiers would play horseshoes, and wash the …
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 57, No. 5 (August 2, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-31)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 57, No. 5 (August 2, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-31)
Selected article titles: "Two Alternatives Offered to Remove National Origins Quota Sen. Fong Joins Sen. Hart co-Sponsor New Immigration Bill" (p. 1), "Chapter Implementation of Civil Rights Policy Delineated" (p. 1), "Paintings of WRA Camp Life Donated" (p. 1), and "Washington Newsletter: NOT 'Our Voice'" (p. 2).
Free the Prisoner board game and instructions (ddr-densho-452-1)
img Free the Prisoner board game and instructions (ddr-densho-452-1)
Game was crafted in the Portland Assembly Center for the camp director's son, Robert "Bobby" Sandquist. The "Father" piece is missing from the game.
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