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Full title:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masao Kaizuka and their two children, Allan Kiyoshi, 1 year, and Dennis Tadao, 3 years old. Their former home was in West Los Angeles and from there were evacuated to the Turlock Assembly Center and thence to Gila River. Mr. Kaizuka was a manager of a flower nursery in Beverly Hills, California, before evacuation, and his wife operated a beauty shop in West Los Angeles. Having relocated to Snyder, New York, a suburb of Buffalo, the family live on the grounds of the Park School. Mr. Kaizuka is employed there as a maintenance man of the buildings and also caretaker of the school grounds. The Park School of Buffalo is a private high school, and the headmaster, Mr. Adolphus Cheek is also president of the Japanese American Relocation Committee in Buffalo, New York. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Snyder, New York.