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Full title:Mrs. Take Fujita is shown here operating a stitching machine together with her fellow worker Miss Mary Svite at the Kull Company, a Cleveland printing and bookbinding firm. Mrs. Fujita, formerly a San Francisco housewife and a relocatee from Topaz, has been working at this firm since her arrival in Cleveland in January, 1944. She is 55 years old and prior to this job, she has never worked in industry. She likes her job, especially its post-war possibilities, and her employer says she is a diligent worker who keeps her mind on her business. A daughter, Margarette, is a Medical Social Worker in Cleveland and her other daughter, Martha, is presently attending Baldwin-Wallace College near Cleveland. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Cleveland, Ohio.