Join us in celebrating Densho's 25th anniversary by attending our free virtual gala on October 23rd and by considering a tribute gift. Learn more at www.densho.org/25gala

Japanese Americans walking between barracks

Caution This object is protected by copyright. You must ask permission from the rights holder if you re-use or publish it elsewhere, unless your project falls under a fair-use exception.

Learn more...

ddr-densho-36-40 (Legacy UID: denshopd-i36-00040)

Museum of History & Industry Collection

The Puyallup Assembly Center, also known as "Camp Harmony," was on the racetrack of the Puyallup fairgrounds. The center was open from April 28, 1942, through September 23, 1942. Most camp inmates were from Seattle, Washington. This is a view of the barracks that housed them.

Photographs

Still Image

Museum of History & Industry

Courtesy of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection (number 86.5, Puyallup-Japanese Colony), Museum of History & Industry

Copyright restricted
Copyright restricted

API