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Photograph of a young woman standing in front of a landscaped pond at Poston Incarceration Camp. The wood and tar-paper barrack buildings can be seen in the background. From Hashimoto Poston Photograph Album, page 48. Suyeko Sue Hashimoto (nee Yagura) was born in 1921 in Sanger, California to Nakazo and Chiye Yagura. She was incarcerated in Poston, Arizona. Her brother, Mitsuru “Mits” Yagura served in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and participated in the rescue of the Lost Battalion. Sue married Yasuo Hashimoto, the second son of a farming family in the Bradshaw area of Sacramento, California.
Photographs black and white, 5 x 4 inches image/jpeg
World War II--Incarceration camps--Incarcerees World War II--Incarceration camps--Living conditions Identity and values--Japanese American identity Identity and values--Women Geographic communities--Arizona