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Japanese Americans registering for mass removal

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ddr-densho-36-49 (Legacy UID: denshopd-i36-00049)

Museum of History & Industry Collection

These Japanese are being processed in preparation for exclusion from Seattle, Washington. The processing took place at a civil control station located at 2100 2nd Avenue. Original Seattle Post Intelligencer caption: "Waiting their turn--Members of Seattle's Japanese community in the course of being processed at the civil control station at 2100 2nd Ave. in preparation for evacuation. The envelope they are carrying contains the different blanks used by all of the various government agencies working on registration."

April 26, 1942

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Museum of History & Industry

Courtesy of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection (number PI-28062), Museum of History & Industry

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