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Full title:(From left to right): George Shoji, Joseph Sakamoto, and George Ike are shown examining a wagonload of cabbage. The three families are operating the farm on shares and share two houses which are on the farm. 50 acres of this 120 acre farm are taken up in cabbage; 15 acres are in corn, 10 in potatoes, and 10 each of onions and carrots. Crops were good this year except for the onions and carrots which did not do well. The three families came to Wisconsin from Rohwer Relocation Center. Prior to evacuation, Shoji was a vineyard and cotton farmer near Fresno, California. Joseph Sakamoto had been farming for many years near San Martin, California, and George Ike was in the cleaning business in Isleton, California. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Elkhorn, Wisconsin.