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Heart Mountain Internment Camp, Hirahara Barracks, Interior View [graphic]
Alternative Title
Digital Anaheim.
Date Created and/or Issued
ca. 1942 (issued)
Contributing Institution
Anaheim Public Library
Anaheim Public Library photograph collection on Anaheim local history
Rights Information
Property rights reside with the Anaheim Public Library. Literary rights are generally retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permission to publish or to reproduce, please contact the Local History Curator.
Accession number: AN-001-842
Photograph copied in participation with the Shades of Anaheim project, funded by a Library Services and Technology Act grant administered by the California State Library.
Photograph copied with permission from Frank and Mary Hirahara.
Interior view of the barracks housing the Hirahara family at the Heart Mountain Internment Camp in Wyoming in 1942; image shows six people identified, left to right (standing in back row) Frank Hirahara's grandfather, grandmother and mother; (sitting in front row) Frank Hirahara's father George Hirahara, Rev. Kow and Mr. Kito.
1 Photographic print : b&w ; 8 X 10 in.
1 Negative : 3 x 4 in.
Photographic print
Hirahara, George
Hirahara, Frank
Heart Mountain Relocation Center (Wyo.)
Portraits, Group
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Japanese Americans--California--Anaheim
Japanese Americans

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