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Written on back, top left: My Papa, Jerome Camp, by Henry Sugimoto A man is taken away from the family farm by an FBI agent as his young family watches. Backs to the viewer, a man in yellow shirt and blue overalls carries a brown suitcase in left hand and brown hat in other as he is led away by the arm to a waiting car by a tall man in a dark suit and hat at left. Behind them in midground, a young girl in a cream-colored dress follows with outstretched arms. A small black and brown dog walks at her side. In right foreground, a woman in a white bonnet and white polka-dotted blue dress hangs her head as the child she holds cradles her face. A branch and a shovel blade are visible in left foreground. In right background, a white horse stands with head down harnessed to a plow in front of a fence and other farm buildings, including a water tank and windmill. A black car stands in left background. Sky is dark and gloomy. Stretched and framed. The Japanese-language newspaper reported daily that Japanese who lived all over [the West Coast] were being taken by the FBI." (From Henry Sugimoto's diaries.)