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Full title:The Henry Nomura family of Madison, Wisconsin, are shown in their victory garden in the rear of their 9-room home in one of Madison's better residential districts. Although the garden is small, it has been wonderfully productive, according to Mrs. Nomura, and has furnished most of their vegetables this past summer. From left to right persons pictured are Gloria and Judy, 10-year-old twin daughters, their older sister, Violet, age 14, and Mr. and Mrs. Nomura. The family came to Madison, leaving their home in Oakland, California, during the period when voluntary evacuation was possible. Mr. Nomura was active in starting and maintaining the Madison Resettlement Committee. He is employed at a local department store. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Madison, Wisconsin.