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Two photographs depict the barrack that these two women lived in. One of these women must be Misao Okada, as she lived in the 12th barrack. These women, identified as Tuck and Nessie in item csudh_oka_0093 were also seen in item csudh_oka_0085. Scrapbook page from Misao Okada’s album. Color, 4 x 6 inches; Color, 4 x 6 inches Misao Okada’s scrapbook contains photographs, ephemera, notes, and correspondence documenting her time at Amache and a visit and reunion over 50 years later. The scrapbook also includes materials relating to reparations and events observing Japanese American incarceration.