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Full title:Shortly after his arrival in New York City in January 1944, Harry Iguchi, a voluntary evacuee from Gardena, Cal., was employed as a kitchen helper at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Nearly 30 other evacuees are employed there in various capacities. Harry lives at the hospital dormitory. His working hours are so arranged as to permit him to attend the New York University School of Commerce, where he is studying foreign trade. He is a graduate of Compton Junior College and at the time of evacuation he was a junior at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Later, until the spring of 1943, he attended the University of Denver. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Yoshisuke Iguchi, are engaged in cash-rent farming at Brighton, Colo. His brother, Sgt. Ben Y. Iguchi, is stationed at Camp Shelby with the 171st Infantry. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru New York, New York.