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95 items in this album on 5 pages.

Workers at the Welfare Department of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Nov 1942D. J. Hudson, Steward, R. R. Richmond, and other workers of the Mess Section of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942
Workers at the Welfare Department of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 18 Nov 1942D. J. Hudson, Steward, R. R. Richmond, and other workers of the Mess Section of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942
Project Director Paul A. Taylor and Assistant Project Director W. O. Melton of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942Staff of the property control section of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942
Project Director Paul A. Taylor and Assistant Project Director W. O. Melton of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942Staff of the property control section of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942
Workers at the office of Personnel Records Section, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942Administration living quarters, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Workers at the office of Personnel Records Section, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 19 Nov 1942Administration living quarters, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Chief Postal Orderly Masaki Hironoka at work at the post office at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Japanese-American children playing at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Chief Postal Orderly Masaki Hironoka at work at the post office at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Japanese-American children playing at Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Men working in Block 30 of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Postmaster Fred Paris with workers at the Jerome War Relocation Center post office, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Men working in Block 30 of Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Postmaster Fred Paris with workers at the Jerome War Relocation Center post office, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942
Postmaster Fred R. Paris with mail clerks, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Japanese-American internees playing Go at the internment camp in Heart Mountain, Wyoming, United States, 1943
Postmaster Fred R. Paris with mail clerks, Jerome War Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 20 Nov 1942Japanese-American internees playing Go at the internment camp in Heart Mountain, Wyoming, United States, 1943
A female Japanese-American stenographer at the Jerome Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 11 Mar 1943A string quartet practing, Jerome Relocation Center for Japanese-Americans, Jerome, Arkansas, United States, 12 Mar 1943; left to right: Yutaka Motasuda, Seichi One, John Yamashita, and Joe Iwasaki
A female Japanese-American stenographer at the Jerome Relocation Center, Arkansas, United States, 11 Mar 1943A string quartet practing, Jerome Relocation Center for Japanese-Americans, Jerome, Arkansas, United States, 12 Mar 1943; left to right: Yutaka Motasuda, Seichi One, John Yamashita, and Joe Iwasaki
Japanese-American girl walking in rain, Jerome Relocation Center, Denson, Arkansas, United States, 12 Mar 1943
Japanese-American girl walking in rain, Jerome Relocation Center, Denson, Arkansas, United States, 12 Mar 1943

95 items in this album on 5 pages.

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