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Full title:Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kunieda, their son, Melvin, and baby daughter, Karen, with Mr. Kunieda's father, Mr. Hikohachi Shirakawabe, in front of their attractive home at the greenhouse of Mr. Adolf Sauter, near Haddonfield, New Jersey. After leaving Manzanar, the Kuniedas were at Seabrook Farms, New Jersey and in May, 1945, decided to come to Haddonfield, where Roy and Mr. Shirakawabe are now working in the greenhouse. While Melvin plays with Mr. Sauter's little girl, Mrs. Kunieda keeps busy with the house and taking care of the new baby. The Kuniedas are located only a few miles from Clark Farm where several resettlers and their families are living and working. Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen Haddonfield, New Jersey.