Two Japanese-American men during interviews leading up to receiving redress checks

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Historical Society of Long Beach Newspaper Photograph Collection

Two Japanese-American men wearing suits. The caption next to the image reads, "SEATTLE, Sept. 30--WILL RECEIVE CHECKS--Frank Yatsu, 106, right, talks about his imprisonment by the U.S. government during World War II in an internment camp with other Japanese-Americans. Listening to Yatsu during an interview at Seattle Keiro, a Japanese community nursing home, is Harry Nakagawa, 100, left, who was also held in an internment camp during the war. Both are scheduled with other Japanese-Americans who were interned to receive $20,000 checks from the government in October." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_npc_0020



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