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Overview of Topaz camp (ddr-ajah-6-946)
img Overview of Topaz camp (ddr-ajah-6-946)
Caption on photo front: Central Utah Reloc. Center Topaz, Utah 1944. Inscription on photo back in Japanese.
Minoru
vh Minoru "Min" Tsubota Interview Segment 27 (ddr-densho-1000-149-27)
Sneaking out of Fort Bliss, Utah to attend brother's wedding in Los Angeles, California
Jun Kurumada Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1013-5-11)
vh Jun Kurumada Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1013-5-11)
Establishment of the Reimeikai, a precursor to the Japanese American Citizens League in Utah
All Center Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah (ddr-densho-242-29)
img All Center Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah (ddr-densho-242-29)
Caption by Ike Hatchimonji: "This Photograph Taken by Bill Shipler, Salt Lake City, 44043." Caption: "The All Center Conference. Feb 16-25, 1945 Salt Lake City, Utah. Representatives from every WRA camp met to confer with officials of the WRA to discuss issues facing internees after release from the camps. Kumezo Hatchimonji quote: 'The delegation from Heart …
Funeral service (ddr-densho-162-28)
img Funeral service (ddr-densho-162-28)
This funeral service was for Saburo Ichimura, who was killed in a robbery. His child, Utahko Ichimura, born in 1909, is believed to be the first Nisei born in Utah.
Mass removal (ddr-densho-162-51)
img Mass removal (ddr-densho-162-51)
These buses are en route to the Tanforan Assembly Center, California.
Home with pool tables (ddr-densho-162-48)
img Home with pool tables (ddr-densho-162-48)
The home of Daishiro Sako was used as a social center for some 200 Japanese workers.
Imperial Hotel (ddr-densho-162-2)
img Imperial Hotel (ddr-densho-162-2)
The Imperial Hotel was operated by the Hatsuzo Murakami Family.
Jares Club (ddr-densho-162-1)
img Jares Club (ddr-densho-162-1)
The Jares Club was a YWCA group for young girls.
Soldier next to
img Soldier next to "2nd Plt." sign (ddr-densho-201-140)
Uniformed Japanese American soldier next to "2nd Plt." sign. Caption on reverse: "Yukio Ishimatsu, Utah."
Kenneth Kenji Kuwahara and George Naohara crushing coals at a hospital (ddr-csujad-38-71)
img Kenneth Kenji Kuwahara and George Naohara crushing coals at a hospital (ddr-csujad-38-71)
Photographed are Kenneth Kenji Kuwahara and George Nobuo Naohara who are in charge of crushing coals for cooking. It was probably taken while George N. Naohara was working at Axel Johnson Ranch in Utah. The caption on the photo reads: What shall we cook for tonight? Keny and George Naohara in charge of coal cutting. [In …
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