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Full title:The Hideo Satow family, first returnees to Hawthorne (near Los Angeles), take time out from their work in their flower nursery to be photographed. Reading from left to right: Mrs. Tomijiro Satow; Jean White, a Caucasian friend; Mr. Tomijiro Satow (Hideo's father); Barbara; Hideo (Jibo) Satow; Beverly, their other daughter; Fumi, Hideo's wife; Sgt. Shig Sasaki, a friend from Granada. The Satows left Rohwer in April, 1943, going to Maywood, Illinois, and on March 15, 1945, came back to Hawthorne, taking over their greenhouse flower nursery. United Florist (wholesalers) had operated it for them while away. We have no marketing difficulties at all, Hideo says. But we've got to get busy and get the weeds out from around the greenhouse. Tomijiro, his father, is an Issei. Sgt. Sasaki, who is helping the Satows temporarily, was honorably discharged April 24, 1945, from the 442nd regiment. Photographer: Mace, Charles E. Hawthorne, California.