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Personal letter describes life thus far at the center; requests straw hats for her and her husband and that Mrs. Wegella [= Waegell] check on her house. Umeda mentions a lack of activities and of greenery at the center, as well as noise in the barracks. The Japanese American Archival Collection documents the people, places, and daily life of Japanese Americans, primarily those who lived in the once thriving community of pre-war Florin in the Sacramento region, as well as the conditions in American incarceration camps during World War II. The approximately 7,000 original items include personal and official letters, photographs, diaries, arts and crafts, newsletters, textiles, camps artifacts, yearbooks and other publications.
Correspondence 2 pages, handwritten; 5 x 8 in. application/pdf
World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation') World War II--Temporary Assembly Centers World War II--Temporary Assembly Centers--Living conditions World War II--Support from the non-Japanese American community World War II--Temporary Assembly Centers--Housing--Barracks World War II--Administration--Wartime Civil Control Administration Geographic communities--California
Fresno, California Temporary Assembly Centers--Fresno
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