Drawing of the latrines at Tanforan Assembly Center
Caption written by Kenneth Iyeki: "These two buildings are the latrines. There were so many people in ration to the facilities that we often was obliged to try and reach another area's latrine 'in time.' The one to the left is the women's and that to the right is the men's. The women, being women put up a cloth covering over the screen door, and later built large wooden semi-walls to obscure the doorway. The men, being men, did nothing. Life became rather an imprisoned thing."
c. Apr.-Oct. 1942
Courtesy of the Kenneth Nobuji Iyeki Collection, Densho
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