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Full title:Miss Tokiko Ann Tanaka giving a permanent wave in the Economy Beauty Shop, which she owns and operates on upper Broadway in New York City. Miss Tanaka was born in Alaska and lived in Los Angeles at the time of the evacuation of all persons of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast. In Los Angeles she and her mother, Mrs. Kinuko Ito, operated a beauty shop. Miss Tanaka, together with her family, were sent to the Granada Relocation Center. While there she worked as a cashier in a Cooperative Store. She left Granada in July, 1943, worked for several months in a beauty shop in New York, and in October, bought the shop she now operates. Her parents still live in the Granada Center. New York, New York.