University of Southern California, Regional History Collection > Japanese American Relocation photograph collection > "Japanese-Americans sew for Red Cross. Demonstrating their loyalty to this country, members of the Japanese-Alameda Citizens League of Alameda are working around the clock to produce garments for distribution to war victims through the Red Cross. Here Mrs. Saku Mitani, 80, operates a sewing machine while Toshiko Kado, left, and Tazuko Wakabayashi, right look on. More than 100 women members of the League have worked 2000 hours in making garments since the Pacific War began."--caption on photograph JARDA-1-33

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Title
"Japanese-Americans sew for Red Cross. Demonstrating their loyalty to this country, members of the Japanese-Alameda Citizens League of Alameda are working around the clock to produce garments for distribution to war victims through the Red Cross. Here Mrs. Saku Mitani, 80, operates a sewing machine while Toshiko Kado, left, and Tazuko Wakabayashi, right look on. More than 100 women members of the League have worked 2000 hours in making garments since the Pacific War began."--caption on photograph JARDA-1-33
Date Created and/or Issued
1942-01-20
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Library. Dept. of Special Collections. Regional History Collection
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California, Regional History Collection
Collection
Japanese American Relocation photograph collection
Rights Information
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Type
image
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/tf0b69n7c2
JARDA-1-33
Subject
Japanese American Relocation photograph collection,
Japanese in the U.S.--In California--Pre-WW II and During WW II
Photos 31-40