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Full title:Tommy Tanahara, who lived at Anaheim, California, in Orange Country until he and his family were evacuated to Poston Relocation Center in Arizona early in 1942, is shown emptying the giant double hand-full of asparagus into a crate on the farm of Ed B. Phillips near Aurora, Illinois. Tommy is one of the group of 14 year-round employees of the Illinois Mushroom Company, Naperville, Illinois. The company also employs 60 seasonal workers from the Rohwer Relocation Center in Arkansas. This group of seasonal workers are engaged almost entirely in cutting asparagus for the company's cannery. They work on a number of farms near Naperville and Aurora, Illinois. Naperville, Illinois.