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Full title:Harrison Wakida, son of Mrs. Ruth Wakida, formerly of Gila River Center and Selma, California, playing in the children's sand box with the daughter of Ross Wilbur, Director of the Friends Hostel, 2150 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Wakida is dietician at the Friends Hostel, which is being operated as temporary housing quarters for Japanese Americans. The Hostel has quarters for 25 to 30 persons. There were 27 persons of Japanese descent there March 17, 1945, who were looking for permanent housing in Des Moines. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Des Moines, Iowa.