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Full title:Reading from left to right are: Mrs. Kinu Tamura, Mr. and Mrs. Kyusuke Yamaguchi. Mrs. Tamaru returned from Topaz on June 21, 1945, and found her home and her household furnishings in excellent condition. The tenants moved on thirty-day notice without any difficulty. Mr. and Mrs. Yamaguchi recently arrived from Topaz. Mr. Yamaguchi is a well-known businessman in San Mateo, formerly proprietor of the Sun-Rise Cleaners and Dyers. George Yamaguchi, a son, is employed at the Tooele Ordnance Plant in Utah. Kunio Yamaguchi was honorably discharged from the Army and is working at a cleaning and dyeing plant in Salt Lake City, Utah. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru San Mateo, California.