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A group photograph of incarcerees from the Manzanar camp who were laboring in Rupert and Paul, Idaho. Caption reads" Rupert/Paul Idaho 1942, Manzanar group. Title from caption. The names and their original addresses are listed on the back side: Harry Imamura, Los Angeles; Kiyoshi Kay Imamura, Los Angeles; ___ Nomura, North Hollywood; K. Sasamoto, L. A.; K. Suzuki, L. A.; Sam Ono, L. A.; George Naohara, L. B.; Ken Ogawa 1406 ___ Sacramento; ___ Hirano, Tacoma, Wash.; A. Nagaoka, Venice, L. A.; Dany S. _ankaw, 2131 Purdue Ave., __ L. A.; K. NishidaL. A.; I. Miyasaki, Venice, Calif.; Kanasuke Shintaku (L. A. city); Sadao Matsumoto. The Southern California Gardeners' Federation Records includes “Gadena no tomo = The gardener's monthly; Turf and garden,” fliers and pamphlets circulated among the members, photographs, scrapbooks compiled by the SCGF member chapters, and other collected materials, such as, membership cards and business licenses. Photographs include prewar Japanese gardeners, SCGF headquarter building groundbreaking ceremony, gardeners associations’ conventions, anniversary events, annual installation programs, commercial booth exhibits, Co-op sale, Japanese-style gardens which received prizes numerous times, social clubs and activities, and volunteer activities. Scrapbooks were complied by SCGF member chapters, such as the Los Angeles Southwest Gardeners Association, Inc. and Women's Auxiliary of Los Angeles Southwest Gardeners Association, Inc., including photographs, newsletters, and clippings.
Photographs black and white, 5 x 7 inches image/jpeg
World War II--Leaving camp--Work leave World War II--Incarceration camps--Work and jobs Industry and employment--Gardening Geographic communities--Idaho Identity and values--Issei Identity and values--Kibei Identity and values--Nisei