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Photographed are the hospital buildings at the Jerome camp, Arkansas. A Red Cross truck is parked in front of the buildings. black and white, 1.75 x 2.5 inches The Shimazu Family Photographs consists of mainly photographs taken in the Jerome incarceration camp, Arkansas, including barracks and facilities, which depict the living conditions of the camp. Included is also one newspaper clipping featuring General Joseph W, Stilwell's visit of a war bereaved family. All items were collected by a student of a history class taught by Professor Donald Teruo Hata at CSU Dominguez Hills. The student conducted interviews with Mrs. Shizuka Shimazu and Mr. Benjamin Shimazu who experienced the forced evacuation and incarceration in the Jerome camp during World War II. Titles of photographs are derived from an appendix included in a term paper submitted by the student. All items originally belonged to the Donald Teruo Hata and Nadine Ishitani Hata Asian Pacific Studies Collection.