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[Ladies group photo] (ddr-csujad-56-222)
img [Ladies group photo] (ddr-csujad-56-222)
A group of young Japanese American girls interned at Camp Amache. Page 8 of Kawase Family Photo Album, Book Two. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-031
[Group conversation] (ddr-csujad-56-233)
img [Group conversation] (ddr-csujad-56-233)
A group of incarcerees by the Arkansas River near Camp Amache. Page 19 of Kawase Family Photo Album, Book Two. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-042
[Living in the snow] (ddr-csujad-56-190)
img [Living in the snow] (ddr-csujad-56-190)
Amache living quarters in the snow with some incarcerees in the background playing around. Photo provided by Tak Kameoka. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-02-057
[Little girls in the snow] (ddr-csujad-56-191)
img [Little girls in the snow] (ddr-csujad-56-191)
Original photo of two Japanese American girls holding hands at Camp Amache in the snow. Photo provided by Tak Kameoka. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-02-058
Poston Chronicle Vol. XVIII No. 1 (March 3, 1944) (ddr-densho-145-478)
doc Poston Chronicle Vol. XVIII No. 1 (March 3, 1944) (ddr-densho-145-478)
Selected article titles: "73 Go to Tule Center" (p. 1), "Internee Mail" (p. 1), "More Go to Crystal City" (p. 1), "Editorial: How to Spread a Rumor in One Easy Lesson" (p. 2), "Five Amache Nisei Ignore Draft Call" (p. 2), "Arizona Selective Service Headquarters Release Army Classifications for Eligible Men" (p. 3).
Granada Pioneer Vol. II No. 34 (March 1, 1944) (ddr-densho-147-147)
doc Granada Pioneer Vol. II No. 34 (March 1, 1944) (ddr-densho-147-147)
Selected article titles: "11-Point Petition Presented Myer. Restoration of Nisei Rights" (p. 1), "Amache to Receive Portion of Jerome Center's Populace" (p. 1), "Bans Anti-Nisei Bill; Passes Biddle Proposal" (p. 2), "No Rules Prohibit Nisei From any Service Branch" (p. 5), "Draft Rate to be Sharply Accelerated Once Again" (p. 8).
Young Sansei (ddr-csujad-29-218)
img Young Sansei (ddr-csujad-29-218)
Photograph titled: "A young Sansei--third generation Japanese American--pictured in a field at the Granada War Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: P161
Adult education program (ddr-csujad-7-16)
img Adult education program (ddr-csujad-7-16)
Advertisement and schedule of courses for adult education at the Amache incarceration camp. Text in English and Japanese. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: HMLSC_The Adult Education Program
Pacific Citizen, Whole No. 2,232, Vol. 96, No. 12 (April 1, 1983) (ddr-pc-55-12)
doc Pacific Citizen, Whole No. 2,232, Vol. 96, No. 12 (April 1, 1983) (ddr-pc-55-12)
Selected article titles: "Delegation set for Japan to explore better relations" (p. 1), "$8,000 raised for Amache Camp shrine" (p. 1), "Redress plan stepped up; readying for CWRIC report" (p. 1), "Civilian casualties was the U.S. goal in A-bombing Japan" (p. 1), "Statue dedicated to Issei pioneers becomes controversy" (p. 1).
Keith One Interview (ddr-chi-1-10)
vh Keith One Interview (ddr-chi-1-10)
Sansei male. Born 1953 in Chicago, Illinois. Parents' families lived in Sacramento, California, prior to World War II. During the war, they were sent to the Tule Lake concentration camp, California, and the Amache concentration camp, Colorado. Both parents resettled in Chicago after the war, where they met and Keith was born.
James G. Lindley Collection (ddr-densho-160)
Collection James G. Lindley Collection (ddr-densho-160)
These photographs are from the collection of James G. Lindley, project director of the Granada (Amache) concentration camp. The scans were made from color slides depicting everyday life in Granada, with an emphasis on camp personnel and administrative staff.
Masonite (ddr-csujad-23-8)
img Masonite (ddr-csujad-23-8)
Oil Painting no. 1 of 2 "Masonite" by Geichiro Kare Kuramatsu. Geichiro (Ernest) Kare Kuramatsu was born in Japan in 1885 to a Russian mother and Japanese father. The family moved to Canada, and Ernest saw combat while serving with the Canadian Army in France during World War I. He completed this oil painting in 1943 …
Masonite (ddr-csujad-23-6)
img Masonite (ddr-csujad-23-6)
Oil Painting no. 2 of 2 "Masonite" by Geichiro Kare Kuramatsu. Geichiro (Ernest) Kare Kuramatsu was born in Japan in 1885 to a Russian mother and Japanese father. The family moved to Canada, and Ernest saw combat while serving with the Canadian Army in France during World War I. He completed this oil painting in 1943 …
Gravesite (ddr-densho-37-514)
img Gravesite (ddr-densho-37-514)
Original WRA caption: Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado. Not all the center residents will return to their former homes. Many have found permanent "relocation" in the sandy soil on which the tar paper barracks were hurriedly erected. A total of nearly 15,000 evacuees were inducted into the Granada Project, Amache, Colorado, since August 27, 1942, when …
Gravesite (ddr-densho-37-513)
img Gravesite (ddr-densho-37-513)
Original WRA caption: Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado. Not all the center residents will return to their former homes. Many have found permanent "relocation" in the sandy soil on which the tar paper barracks were hurriedly erected. A total of nearly 15,000 evacuees were inducted into the Granada Project, Amache, Colorado, since August 27, 1942, when …
[Japanese American soldier] (ddr-csujad-56-181)
img [Japanese American soldier] (ddr-csujad-56-181)
Picture of Japanese American incarceree and soldier standing in front of Amache Honor Roll four-sided board. Photo provided by Tak Kameoka. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-02-048
[Baseball] (ddr-csujad-56-202)
img [Baseball] (ddr-csujad-56-202)
Incarcerees play baseball at Amache with a large crowd of fellow incarcerees. Page 11 of Kawase Family Photo Album, Book One. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-011
Letter from Mom and Dad to Hideo H. Nakamura, January 6, 1945 (ddr-csujad-55-2373)
doc Letter from Mom and Dad to Hideo H. Nakamura, January 6, 1945 (ddr-csujad-55-2373)
Correspondence from "Mom and Dad" to George Hideo Nakamura in Japanese regarding life in Amache incarceration camp. Please see sac_jaac_2480 for English translation. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2479
Bon Odori (ddr-densho-37-517)
img Bon Odori (ddr-densho-37-517)
Original WRA caption: Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado. Although music for the Bon Odori held August 14, was furnished by phonograph records and a loud speaker, it was supplemented by the two drummers shown. They are, left to right, Koshiro Kumagai and Jutaro Gondo. The Bon Odori was sponsored by the Granada Buddhist Church.

Narrator Nancy K. Araki

Sansei female. Born October 16, 1937, in San Francisco, California. During World War II, removed to the Granada (Amache) concentration camp, Colorado. Family briefly left camp for Utah before voluntarily entering the Topaz concentration camp, Utah, when mother was pregnant. After leaving camp, returned to San Francisco and resumed elementary school.

Narrator Betty Tanakatsubo

Nisei female. Born June 15, 1925, in Sacramento, California. During World War II, removed to the Sacramento Assembly Center, California, and the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. Transferred to the Granada (Amache) concentration camp, Colorado. Left camp for Cleveland, Ohio, and worked for the War Relocation Authority. Eventually settled in Chicago, Illinois.

Narrator Keith One

Sansei male. Born 1953 in Chicago, Illinois. Parents' families lived in Sacramento, California, prior to World War II. During the war, they were sent to the Tule Lake concentration camp, California, and the Amache concentration camp, Colorado. Both parents resettled in Chicago after the war, where they met and Keith was born.
Granada Station (ddr-csujad-56-178)
img Granada Station (ddr-csujad-56-178)
Train from the assembly center arriving at Camp Amache, inscribed with a note "End of the long train trip". Photo provided by Tak Kameoka. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-02-045
[Pyramid] (ddr-csujad-56-243)
img [Pyramid] (ddr-csujad-56-243)
Haruo Kawase, Fred and another young man from Camp Amache pose for the camera. Page 29 of Kawase Family Photo Album, Book Two. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-052
[Sitting by the river] (ddr-csujad-56-238)
img [Sitting by the river] (ddr-csujad-56-238)
A group of Japanese American incarcerees sit and talk by the Arkansas River near Camp Amache. Page 24 of Kawase Family Photo Album, Book Two. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: nbea08-03-047
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