War Relocation Authority Camps in Arizona 1942-1946



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(Site # 1) -- Evacuee firemen getting drinks at this War Relocation Authority Center. Frank Shibata may be seen at the right.

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(Site # 1) -- Evacuee firemen getting drinks at this War Relocation Authority Center. Frank Shibata may be seen at the right.
Photographer: Fred Clark May 25, 1942 [42K]
Mosquito control spray unit which has been developed by Dr. George S. Kido. this machine has been adapted from a fifty gallon orchard spray. Dr. Kido is shown on the left, and his crew of operators on the right. The mosquitos in this section of the country are potential carriers of equine encephalitis, which is a form of sleeping sickness. As yet, no cases of this disease have been found at Poston.

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Mosquito control spray unit which has been developed by Dr. George S. Kido. this machine has been adapted from a fifty gallon orchard spray. Dr. Kido is shown on the left, and his crew of operators on the right. The mosquitos in this section of the country are potential carriers of equine encephalitis, which is a form of sleeping sickness. As yet, no cases of this disease have been found at Poston.
Photographer: Francis Stewart May 3, 1943 [76K]

Dr. George S. Kido, Ph.D. from the University of California, is shown supervising the use of his mosquito control machine. here they are treating a pond in the campaign to rid Poston of the mosquito menace. The mosquitos in this section of the country are potential carriers of equine encephalitis, which is a form of sleeping sickness, but as yet, no cases of this disease have appeared.

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Dr. George S. Kido, Ph.D. from the University of California, is shown supervising the use of his mosquito control machine. here they are treating a pond in the campaign to rid Poston of the mosquito menace. The mosquitos in this section of the country are potential carriers of equine encephalitis, which is a form of sleeping sickness, but as yet, no cases of this disease have appeared.
Photographer: Francis Stewart May 3, 1943 [45K]

M. Funita is pictured feeding the cows at the dairy farm school.
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"M. Funita is pictured feeding the cows at the dairy farm school. He works days on the hog farm, and spends his evenings at the school to learn milking and the care of the cows. Prior to evacuation, he was a builder of fishing boats at San Pedro, California, but now has wholeheartedly thrown himself into learning everything possible about farming."
Photographer: Francis Stewart April 24, 1943 [82K]

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