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"Although lunches were provided for Japs who left by train, friends and relatives passed a great deal of food-stuffs through windows. Here go two bottles of soda pop."--caption on photograph
"By train and by auto caravan, 1000 men of Japanese birth or Japanese ancestry left Los Angeles yesterday for evacuation camp at Manzanar in the Owens River Valley" -- caption on photograph
"Dramatic Meeting -- As the returned Japs chatted gayly at Union Station, a group of Marines (who had seen action tin the Pacific theater) filed past" -- caption on photograph
"Evacuees Homeward Bound" -- caption on photograph
"Families and friends of the Japs who departed by train line the platform to bid them good-by for the duration of the war. There were 500 men in this contingent."--caption on photograph
"Happy, for the most part, were Japs who formed vanguard of evacuees. Here are some of the 500 on train."--caption on photograph
"Jap Evacuation -- Two-year-old Keith Miyamoto" -- caption on photograph
"Japs Register -- In preparation for the mass exodus of Japanese from San Francisco" -- caption on photograph
"Old Santa Fe Railroad station hundreds of Japanese yesterday boarded a 13-coach train bound for Inyo, where they will transfer to trucks" -- caption on photograph
"Part of a 10-day evacuation program, Japanese at the Santa Anita assembly center are shown in the process of departing. At dawn, evacuees crowd gate to check baggage, all labeled for shipment o...
"Returning to the baggage checking station, the evacuees are segregated in seats numbered to correspond with the numbers of the cars on the train" -- caption on photograph
"Waving farewell as the train leaves are, left to right, Misao Natsumeda, her sister, Takeko Natsumeda, Mary Miyao, and Yori Sugimoto."--caption on photograph
(a) a stool. (b) Ngeka (a game). (c) palm-rib as children's toy. (d) knife for tattooing. (e) fish trap. (f) Hoe. (g) Crowbar. (h) method of fixing a roof timber. (i) sliding door in the hut.
(a) antilope horns with feathers. (b) Minke. (c) Ndawayowo (protection against snakes). (d) two medicines for protection against theft of agricultural produce. (e) Protextion against snakes.
(a) musical instrument. (b) drum for dancing. (c) Guitar (d) Box for smoking.
13-month Erik Ward climbing the steps of Widney Alumni House, USC, 1979
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