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Correct spelling of family name (Shimizu) provided by a family member in 2007. Full title:Mrs. Kai Shimuzu [i.e. Kay Shimizu] at her home at 484 Horning Street, San Jose, to which she returned April 11. The Shimuzus [i.e. Shimizus] relocated from Heart Mountain to Denver in 1942, then to New York and finally Chicago, where Mr. Shimuzu [i.e. Shimizu] is still employed as a draftsman and designer. Before evacuation they operated a large box factory specializing in berry containers. The machinery is in storage and Mr. Shimuzu [i.e. Shimizu] would like to resume operations were it not for the fact that most of his help, including three members of his family, are in the army and he himself is engaged in important war work. Mrs. Shimuzu [i.e. Shimizu] is alone at the house and has been busy getting it back in order. She is here seen cutting the lawn at the rear of the dwelling. Photographer: Mace, Charles E. San Jose, California.