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Full title:Miss Rose Maehara is shown working at a labelling machine. Her machine is in a large room in which she is closely related to a great many Caucasian workers. She finds them very friendly. One of the group on the occasion of the picture nicknamed her Rosie the Labeller which occasioned considerable fun among the Caucasians who were watching the photographer. Rose came to Cincinnati from the Minidoka Relocation Center and lived prior to the evacuation in Portland, Oregon. She expects to be called soon for service in WAC. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Cincinnati, Ohio.