Drawing of the military camp at Tanforan Assembly Center

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Kenneth Nobuji Iyeki Collection

Caption by Kenneth Iyeki: "After drawing this picture of the military camp in the south-west corner of Tanforan, I found that such pictures were prohibited. The soldiers in this camp were all swell fellows, and when on guard duty, were as amicable as could be. Along the fence, the soldiers would play horseshoes, and wash the jeeps. Their mascot dog would often come into our evacuee camp and get scraps of food from the mess halls."

c. Apr.-Oct. 1942




Courtesy of the Kenneth Nobuji Iyeki Collection, Densho