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Full title:Wakichi Endo does some hosing in his patch of Victory Garden beside his house while Patricia and Freddie Endo look on. Mr. Endo and six of his nine children relocated from Colorado River in March, 1945, to Haddonfield, New Jersey, to the Clark Farm owned by Lewis Barton. Sim Endo, now in the Army, and his brother, Burton, came first to the Clark Farm, and after Sim was drafted, Burt took over the responsibility of bringing his family out of the center. Now the family is sharing the farmhouse shown here with the Rev. Mizukami and his two boys from Granada. Eileen Endo, the oldest daughter, takes care of the family and sometimes assists in the packing sheds, Mr. Endo and Burton work on the farm, and the other children have been in school. This summer the youngest, Freddie and Patricia, are going to Bible school and Freddie and Irene, his 13-year-old sister, do some work on the farm to earn extra money. Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen Haddonfield, New Jersey.