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Full title:Group of girls thinning grapes at the C. R. Van Buskrik vineyard near Lodi, California. Standing, left to right: Marye Mikawa, Shirley Mikawa. Seated, left to right: Dorothy Funamura, Grace Funamura, May Kurikara, Kiyo Matsumoto. These girls are members of families who have recently returned from the Rohwer Relocation Center to Acampo and Lodi. They are employed by C. R. Van Buskrik, at $1 per hour, who makes a specialty of fancy table grapes. The group is engaged in thinning the bunches so that there are about 70 to 80 grapes to each bunch. This results in large, extra fancy grapes. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Lodi, California.