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A photograph of mesquite trees in the Poston camp, Arizona. black and white, 9 x 7 inches The Kuwahara Family Papers contains documentation of the Kuwahara family depicting the daily life and people incarcerated in the Poston camp, Arizona during World War II. Materials include: junior high school, high school, and camp community newsletters in both Japanese and English, a short travel journal written by Kenji Kaware of his time away from the Psoton camp, visiting the Granada camp, Colorado, Salt Lake, and the Topaz camp, Utah, photographs of class groups, farm workers, and desert landscape, watercolor paintings of the camp facilities, and programs and booklets of the family and community reunions of the Poston incarceration camp.