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Full title:These three women, two of them Issei resettlers, are assembling artificial flower novelties in a workroom of the Miya Flower and Novelty company, New York City. The resettlers are Mrs. H. Tamaki (left), formerly of Covina, California, and the Heart Mountain Relocation Center; and Mrs. M. Kiyam, formerly of Los Angeles and the Jerome Relocation Center. The shop in which they and ten other evacuees are employed is owned by Chosuke Miyahira, who started the business in 1937. Photographer: Ishimaru, Stone New York, New York.