img Panoramic view of Lecco, Italy (ddr-densho-201-302)
Caption on front: "Lecco - Veduta panoramica [Lecco - panoramic view]." Caption in album: "July & Aug 1945 442nd & 100th took break in Lecco - went swimming - saw boxing and USO show in Milan."
img Rowboat on Lake Como in Lecco, Italy (ddr-densho-368-112)
Written on front: "Lecco"
img Nisei soldiers in Italy (ddr-densho-164-93)
Nisei soldier's caption: Two Kuronchos Kajiwara, Kyabu. After weathering sandstorms, wind, hot and cold weather, sad partings, we left here the latter part of June and went to Lecco on the shores of Lake Como, and I think the best part of Italy.
img Nisei soldiers in Italy (ddr-densho-164-92)
Nisei soldier's caption: Platoon Boozers Tsukamoto, Hashimoto, Yamagata. After weathering sandstorms, wind, hot and cold weather, sad partings, we left here the latter part of June and went to Lecco on the shores of Lake Como, and I think the best part of Italy.
img Nisei soldier with orphan (ddr-densho-114-77)
Original caption: Lecco, Italy. Pfc. George Morihiro, Company "I", 442nd Infantry Regiment, adopted a little orphan, one of the group from the St. Joseph's Orphanage that attended the 4th of July Party at the Red Cross given by members of the 442nd Regiment, for the evening and made sure that she had plenty of sweets to …
doc Letters from Makoto Okine to Mr. and Mrs. S. Okine, July 9, 1945 (ddr-csujad-5-84)
Contains an envelope and two letters sent from Makoto Okine to his parents, Seiichi and Tomeyo Okine. Makoto writes from Lecco, Italy, where he is deployed as a U.S. Army soldier to his parents who are incarcerated in the Rohwer incarceration camp, Arkansas. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: …
img USO show in Italy (ddr-densho-164-107)
Nisei soldier's caption: Dorothy Hasegawa originally came from Sacramento. 10 years ago she came to Italy to study music. The war caught her in Milan and in meantime became one of the leading soprano. Our boys had quite a feast when they visited her. She cooked Japanese food for them.