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Summer Interned: 1942

Summer Interned: 1942

July 1942. "Rupert, Idaho. A Japanese-American farm worker at former CCC camp now under FSA management" -- the Minidoka War Relocation Center, last seen here. Medium format acetate negative by Russell Lee for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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I wonder to whom they belonged?

seaelf, I also noticed the two clocks and different teeth cleaning products, and just thought it was odd. It wasn't until I read your comment that I realized those overlapping and other random items are there because this writing table is being shared by at least two people. Drawers would have been really helpful; but I cannot see a single drawer in this photo, or the other interior photo Dave posted. So far, it looks like all these relocated American citizens were given were cots, small tables, minimal shelving, and clothes hooks. I'll change my comment as soon as Dave posts a photo of a barracks where everyone has their own chest of drawers.

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