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Full title:The Bracker ranch near Santa Clara, California, is famous throughout the world for its Bartlett and Winter pears. Proof that they also grow some peaches is contained in this snap-shot. In the front row are Lily Takimoto, 19; Alice Chikuma, 19, Heart Mountain; Mitsuko Sawabe, 18, Poston; back row: Ayako Sawabe, 25; Yaeko Sawabe, 16; and Nobuko Sawabe, 21, all from Poston. The three families are employed permanently on the Bracker ranch, Route 1, Box 1006, Santa Clara, California, as are many day-workers from various Centers. Most of these people live in the Hostel, and are transported back and forth in one of the Bracker trucks. The Chikumas returned from Heart Mountain in March of this year, the Sawabes returned from Poston in June, and the Takimotos, voluntary evacuees, returned from Utah in April. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Santa Clara, California.