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Full title:Chick Masaru Uno shows Sheila (age 6) and Naomi (age 2-1/2) a picture of their uncle, Master Sgt. Paul Uno and his wife, Mary (Katgiri), in the living room of their house at 21 Beacon Street, Hyde Park, Mass. The Unos lived at Tule Lake and Minidoka and came to Boston in November, 1943, as a result of a job offer from the American Baptist Home Mission to lead the boys' club work in the West End Settlement House. With them came Mrs. Shizuyo Sese, Mrs. Uno's mother, and Mr. Setsujiro Uno, Chick's father. In looking for a place to live, they had no trouble because of nationality but did experience it because of the small children since landlords didn't want to rent them an apartment. However, they rented half of a two-story house in a Boston suburb. Mr. Setsujiro Uno has kept busy with a Victory garden on the land behind their house. Both Mrs. Uno and Chick have taken an active part in the Nisei Hospitality Committee and have spoken before many groups during the past year. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Hyde Park, Massachusetts.