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Photograph of people setting up food. dishes and beverages in a field at Jerome Incarceration Camp. Boxes, jars, and bowls are on a crudely made wooden table. Two metal milk pails are on the ground next to the table. From Hiroshi Takemoto Photograph Album (sac_take_0001), page 21. Gosaburo Takemoto was proprietor of a drug store in Sacramento's Japantown. His son, Hiroshi, was born in 1914. Hiroshi Takemoto graduated from the University of California School of Pharmacy in 1940. He married Tsugie Dairiki and worked in his father's store. During the WWII incarceration period, the Takemoto's were incarcerated at Tule Lake, California and Jerome, Arkansas. After the war, Hiroshi "Doc" and Tsugie "Rose" opened Main Drug Store in Loomis, California.
Photographs black and white, 2.5 x 3.5 inches image/jpeg