Relocation Camp Life

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(Site # 1) -- Jim Norikawa sprinkling in attempt to settle the dust at their War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry, Poston. 
Photographer: Fred Clark May 10, 1942 [75K]

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First sick man at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry. Left to right, head doctor, Leo Schnur, and evacuee doctor, Dr. S. Watoke, Poston. 
Photographer: Fred Clark May 10, 1942 [35K]

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George Kith, evacuee at this War Relocation Authority center, and Norris James, WRA official, at the microphone, Poston. 
Photographer: Fred Clark May 26, 1942 [28K]

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(Site # 1) -- This evacuee is fortified with an umbrella for protection from the sun, and high-top boots for strolling through the dusty streets at this War Relocation Authority center, Poston. 
Photographer: Fred Clark May 9, 1942 [34K]

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Wade, project director with Announcer Chet Huntley of CBS in a nationwide hookup at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry, Poston. May 17, 1942 
[36K]

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Florence Mori, evacuee of Japanese ancestry at this War Relocation Authority center, taking part in the CBS broadcast. Mr. Huntley of CBS is directing the program, Poston. 
Photographer: Fred Clark May 26, 1942 [63K]

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A group of evacuee children enjoying a game of Black-Jack at this War Relocation Authority center, Poston. 
Photographer: Francis Stewart June 4, 1942 [38K]

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Charcoal making. Evacuee workers warm themselves by fires made from this charcoal on chilly mornings. 
Photographer: Francis Stewart January 3, 1943 [43K]

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Dry goods canteen, Camp no. 1, Poston. 
Photographer: not given January 4, 1943 [44K]

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Dry goods canteen, Camp no. 1, Poston. 
Photographer: Francis Stewart January 4, 1943 [45K]

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Two camp officials pose with five evacuees. Painted on wall in the barracks behind them is: POSTON Press Bulletin--CITY DESK. 
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Photograph of the interior of the hospital barracks. Patient on crutches in right foreground. 
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