Fumino Tsuchiya-Knox

Sansei female. Born February 20, 1945, at the Manzanar concentration camp, California. Prior to the war, her father, an Issei, was a curator at the Harding Museum in Chicago. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, her parents decided to volunteer to go early to Manzanar to help set up the camp. After leaving Manzanar, the family lived in California and then moved to Japan, where father worked for the U.S. Navy translating for the war crimes trials. They returned to Los Angeles where Fumino grew up.


Fumino Tsuchiya-Knox Interview — ddr-chi-1-12
November 4, 2017. Chicago, Illinois.
0:45:27 — 11 segments.
Fumino Tsuchiya-Knox