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Full title:Seated on the steps of their home, the Doi family of Rt. 1, Box 53, Parlier, California, is shown left to right: front, Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Tonokichi Doi; back, Minoru, Eleanor, and Noboru. They returned from the Gila River Relocation Center in January and have since taken over the complete work of their farm composed of grapes, plums, and peaches. They state they had no difficulty in selling their produce. They have a son and brother, Toichi, who is overseas with the 442nd Infantry, a holder of two Purple Heart medals. Mr. Doi and his daughter, Betty, were among the first evacuees to return to the Fresno district since the lifting of the exclusion orders; they arrived home on January 6. Other members of the family arrived on January 24. they are all very glad to be home again. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru Parlier, California.