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Photography

Aiko Studio

Aiko Studio, located in Seattle's Nihonmachi area, was one of several photography studios that catered to the Japanese American community before World War II.
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Unidentified Nisei Model

Black and white photographic negative of an unidentified Nisei model sitting on the ground with her legs bent to the left smiling widely for the camera.
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Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka

Black and white photographic negative of Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka sitting in front of a black backdrop inside the Oregon Camera Club's studio. She is wearing a formal dress and smiling brightly at the camera.
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Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka

Black and white photographic negative of Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka modeling outdoors. She is sitting in an open field in front of the large metal wheel of a hay rake with her hands resting on her leg.
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Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka

Black and white photographic negative of Misty (Kiyomura) Takeoka sitting in front of a white backdrop in the Oregon Camera Club's studio. She is wearing a formal dress, sitting with one arm leaning against the table in front of her.
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Work leave

Family travel permit

From 1943 until 1945, the Iseri family resided in Ontario, Oregon, as part of the War Relocation Authority's Seasonal Work Leave Program. In early 1945 they applied to move to Hunt, Idaho, and received this telegram granting permission.
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"Can't Harvest Strawberries: Manzanars Pick Idaho Beets"


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Letter from Hallack & Howard Lumber Co.

Letter regarding Min Tamesa's work release
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Special Buses to Seabrook


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Furlogh workers leave Manzanar for the beet fields of Montana and Idaho


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