Interview with George Hamamoto, (audio)

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ddr-csujad-56-1 (CSUJAD Local ID: nbea_oral_hamamoto, CSUJAD Project ID: ssu_nbea_9902)

Sonoma State University North Bay Ethnic Archive

Sonoma County resident George Hamamoto was interviewed on June 20, 1978, by a Sonoma State University student for the North Bay Ethnic Archive Project. He discusses growing up in Sebastopol, the family grocery store, removal to Assembly Center in Merced, then incarceration at Granada (Amache) camp. Discusses organization and administration of camp, and return to Napa area following the war. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea_oral_hamamoto





Sonoma State University Library, Rohnert Park, California

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