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Artist George Tsutakawa with painting

George Tsutakawa, a world reknowned sculptor and painter, is holding a painting made during a camping trip with the Tsutakawa Company.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 45, No. 2 (July 12, 1957)

Select article titles: "House group recommends temp'y farm labor plan be continued: 'No ill effects' on domestic labor market recorded" (p. 1); "JACL Campaign Against Anti-Nisei Films on TV Circularized by NARBT" (p. 1); "Small Claims Court Hears Civil Right Cases" (p. 1); "$86,550 damage suit filed in ...
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Painting of the rubber extraction process

Caption: "A huge blender speedily stirring gallons of water mixed with chopped guayule, forces rubber out of the wood. This is a mechanical method which has been proved most efficient in extracting rubber from guayule shrubs."
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Painting of a guard during night inspection

Caption: "His bald pate shined as bright as a full moon. At first they inspected the barracks three times a night, waking us. Later, they stopped this."
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Painting of a classroom scene

Caption: "'Gee, that angleworm's my name' said Haruo, slouched over the classroom steps as Mr. Lamphere showed his shorthand pupils how to write their name in the Gregg manner."
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Sketch of scenes at Santa Fe Internment Camp


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Painting of Santa Fe Internment Camp

"A butane tank was used to strike the gong that summoned us to mess hall. Santa Fe internment camp."
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Sketch of a dust storm at Manzanar

Caption: "First impression of Manzanar."
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Painting of Japanese Americans leaving for a different camp

Caption: "Bainbridge people bidding farewell as they leave for Minnedoka [sic] relocation camp."
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Painting of Japanese Americans making improvements to barracks

Caption: "Residents installed plaster boards inside barracks. This was the room of Mr. and Mrs. Kurahashi."
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