img Segregants' departure from camp (ddr-densho-37-192)
Original WRA caption: Trouble-makers among 400 alien enemies sent to Santa Fe Internment camp 6-24-45, inside project jail.
img Segregants preparing to leave camp (ddr-densho-37-185)
Original WRA caption: The "400" march in small groups from Gate 1 to the stockade for processing before entraining for Santa Fe Internment Camp.
img Japanese American departure from camp (ddr-densho-37-162)
Original WRA caption: From all over the colony they stream to the processing office for this is Tule's last day of existence. Department of Justice has scheduled a special train which carried approximately 450 to internment camp at Crystal City, Tex. Less than 100 including families of renunciants who had not yet been reprieved were to …
img Co-op canteen (ddr-densho-37-150)
Original WRA caption: This is one of three Canteens under the Tule Lake Co-operatives, Inc., in which all kinds of merchandise is sold to residents of the center for their well-being. Not luxury items but articles of clothing, drugs, cosmetics, stationery, etc.
img Hoshidan members unloading mattresses (ddr-densho-37-111)
Original WRA caption: "Recalcitrant" Hokoku unload mattresses to form beds outside building but within stockade enclosure when 300 are held at stockade over night for questioning.
img Hoshidan members leaving Tule Lake (ddr-densho-37-187)
Original WRA caption: Size of well-wishers diminished as the number of pro-Japan sympathizers sent to internment grew. Although 400 when leaving June 24, 1945, when this picture was taken, the send-off crowd was not nearly up-to-par.
img Japanese Americans making tofu (ddr-densho-37-156)
Original WRA caption: The cooked beans are poured into a fine-meshed sack and water is added. Squeezing the sack the fiberous substance is held back and the rest of the precipitate is squeezed into a barrel. Into this strained mash or curd, brine is added to cause it to precipitate. This factory is operated by the …
img Hokoku Seinen Dan leaving camp (ddr-densho-37-182)
Original WRA caption: Hokoku and sympathizers gather at Gate 1 March 4, 1945 to witness departure of 125 Hokoku for Internment Camp at Santa Fe, N.M.
img Japanese Americans making tofu (ddr-densho-37-154)
Original WRA caption: The paste-like crushed bean mash is cooked thoroughly in the big vat shown in the picture and constantly stirred. This tofu (pronounced To-o-fu) factory is operated by the Tule Lake Co-op.
img Inspection of Hoshidan members (ddr-densho-37-190)
Original WRA caption: Search of persons departing for Santa Fe Internment Camp 6-24-45, inside stockade.
img Japanese American departure from camp (ddr-densho-37-159)
Original WRA caption: Inspection of baggage of persons leaving Tule Lake March 20, 1946 for Crystal City, Tex. internment camp.
img Co-op canteen (ddr-densho-37-146)
Original WRA caption: There are three Co-op Canteens in the center and one in the administration area which carry general merchandise of all kinds. This scene shows the cosmetics and stationery counter. The Co-op employees enjoy their work.
img Japanese Americans making tofu (ddr-densho-37-155)
Original WRA caption: The precipitate is put into forms and pressed. Later it is cut into smaller cakes and kept in water as shown. Tofu is a kind of "bean curd" considered essential to the Japanese diet. Other pictures in this group show the various processes in the manufacture of this product. To preserve it is …