Donald and Alice Nakahata with copies of executive order 9066

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ddr-csujad-52-31 (CSUJAD Local ID: hslb_npc_0035, CSUJAD Project ID: hslb_npc_0035)

Historical Society of Long Beach Newspaper Photograph Collection

Caption above image reads, "REMEMBERING THE JAPANESE-AMERICAN INTERNMENT--Donald and Alice Nakahata look over two posters of Executive Order 9066 that hang in their Mill Valley, Calif., home as a reminder to their three college-age sons that the freedoms in the U.S. Constitution easily can be taken away. The Nakahatas have not forgotten the lesson they learned during four years of wartime internment that the American dream can turn into a nightmare." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: hslb_npc_0035


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Historical Society of Long Beach, Long Beach, California

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