A story hour in a nursery class conducted by Miss Sumi Kashiwagi.
Amache, Colorado, 1942
A truck load of young evacuees leaving the Granada railroad station bound for the relocation center 2-1/2 miles away. Amache, Colorado, 1942
A young artist of Japanese parentage, correcting a poster in the Poster Shop
at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming, 1943
A temporary timekeeping office is a busy spot as the first contingent of workers set about preparing and organizing the center for the arrival of its first residents. Amache, Colorado, 1942
A young nisei family, Howard Uno, his wife and baby. Howard, a former Los Angeles vegetable producer, has volunteered in the United States Army and is now stationed at Camp Savage, Minnesota. Amache, Colorado, 1942
A young technician in the hospital laboratory, preparing a blood count. Amache, Colorado, 1942
A young enthusiast working on a pair of book ends in a center craft shop.
Craft shops are popular recreation for old as well as young residents of
Japanese ancestry at this relocation center. Heart Mountain, Wyoming, 1943
An adult education class in pattern drafting. The teacher (r) is Miss Okimoto.
Amache, Colorado, 1942
As a part of their commercial courses, the high school students operate a cooperative store which carries the normal school requirements, Amache, Colorado, 1942
An exterior view of the Field Clinic in one of the barracks buildings.
Denson, Arkansas, 1942
Christmas at the Granada Relocation Center. Amache, Colorado, 1943
Dinner is served cafeteria style to young and old in the mess halls
at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. 1942
Evacuee High School students are here shown changing classes.
McGehee, Arkansas, 1942
Cold Wyoming winters make for hard solid ice, and residents at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center were quick to construct ice skating ponds. The two lads shown were learning to skate the hard way. 1943
First arrivals at this relocation center are registering for housing. Amache, Colorado, 1942
Grade school boys playing touch football during the recess play period. Amache, Colorado, 1942
After a mock ceremony of presenting a visiting photographer with transportation,
members of the Brenda Starrs, a group of young girl reporters pose
to record the event. Heart Mountain, Wyoming, 1943
[For those unaware, Brenda Starr was a vintage comic about an intrepid female reporter.]