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A photograph of Nisei students incarcerated at Tule Lake, California. They are presumably the member of Art Club. The large group is posing for the photo in three rows in front of a barrack. The back two rows are young men and women standing behind a row of young women seated in a row of chairs. Their teacher is among those standing in the back row. Photo inscription on back: "Art Club." Title from inscription. The Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League Collection features the records of the Monterey Peninsula chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League, including correspondence, meeting minutes, scrapbooks, and event planning materials. It also includes materials documenting the history of Japanese Americans in Monterey and WWII incarceration camps.
Photographs black and white, 2.375 x 3.125 inches image/jpeg