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Jun Oyama at the Evergreen Hostel after release from the Amache Japanese internment camp, Boyle Heights, California
Palfi, Marion, 1907-1978
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County of Los Angeles Public Library
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LA County Library
Foto East LA
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Photograph by Marion Palfi Collection Center for Creative Photography © 1998 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents
Jun Oyama (left, at 12 years old), with two others (unidentified), at the Evergreen Hostel (later called [Fellowship House?]) in Boyle Heights. Jun and his family were living in the hostel after they were released from the Granada Relocation Center in Granada, Colorado, also known as Amache, at the end of World War II.
Black-and-white photographs
World War, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Japanese Americans--California--Los Angeles
Evergreen Hostel (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Guerra Mundial II, 1939-1945--Japoneses-americanos
Japoneses-americanos—Evacuación y reubicación, 1942-1945
Japoneses-americanos--California--Los Ángeles
506 N. Evergreen Street, Los Angeles, California
Boyle Heights (Los Angeles, Los Angeles county : neighborhood)
Los Angeles (Los Angeles county, California : inhabited place)
Los Angeles (California, United States : county)
California (United States, North and Central America : state)
United States (North and Central America, World : nation)
Foto East LA: A Community History Project of the County of Los Angeles Public Library
This image was provided by Jun Oyama and Jennifer Oyama for inclusion in the Foto East LA collection.

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