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War Relocation Authority (WRA)

Administrative Highlights of the WRA Program

Description how the WRA's administration and their goals of managing "temporary living facilities for persons of Japanese ancestry" and also of helped them return to civilian life.
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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 1


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 8: Factors Influencing Low Enrollment in Certain Adult Education Courses


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 2


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WRA Project Analysis Series No. 3


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Living conditions

Japanese Americans in front of barracks apartment

Tak Hori (left) and Hana Matsuo pose with her children.
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Japanese Americans washing dishes

Issei washing dishes inside the camp's warehouse kitchen.
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Muddy conditions at Manzanar


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Barracks


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Muddy conditions

Original WRA caption: Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, California. Thaws turn the streets and firebreaks into seas of mud, and makes difficult motor transportation through the center.
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