George Kondo near a display of photographs taken at incarceration camps during World War II

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ddr-csujad-52-14 (CSUJAD Local ID: hslb_npc_0018, CSUJAD Project ID: hslb_npc_0018)

Historical Society of Long Beach Newspaper Photograph Collection

A man is positioned next to a display board showing photographs and text. The caption above photograph reads, "SAN FRANCISCO, April 21--SEEKING INTERNMENT COMPENSATION-- George Kondo looks over a display of Japanese internment photographs taken during World Warr II, at the Japanese-American Citizen League in San Francisco Monday. Like 120,000 others, Kondo was interned by presidential order because the government decided he couldn't be trusted." The photo was printed in the Long Beach Press-Telegram on April 21, 1987. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_npc_0018



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