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The Japanese American Citizens League

Japanese American Citizens League ball


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1972 Japanese American Citizens League National Convention


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1986 JACL National Convention kickoff dinner

Caption on reverse: "To Cherry - 22A / E. Sato / Walter Woodward, Paul Ohtaki kickoff dinner / Monday, July 21, 1986."
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Luao at the 1984 Japanese American Citizens League National Convention


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JACL Legislative Education Committee plaque presentation at the Nisei Veterans Installation Banquet

Caption on reverse: "Nisei Veterans Installation Banquet / March 25, 1989 / Presentation of Appreciation Plaques to: / L-R Nisei Veterans Committee Commander Mas Fukuhara / MIS-NW President John Ishii / from JACL-LEC Cherry Kinoshita Vice Chair of Operations."
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Camp pilgrimages

Tule Lake pilgrimage

Pilgrimage attendees examine an old latrine foundation from Block 73. The holes were for toilets, which were situated at each end of the facility. Group showers were in the middle.
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Evening program, Tule Lake pilgrimage

At the Tule Lake pilgrimage, an evening program was held to honor the inmates and remember the incarceration experience. The person shown here is playing a shime taiko drum while slides taken during the incarceration are being shown in the background.
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Exterior of barracks

These barracks housed Japanese Americans during World War II. There were approximately twelve barracks to a block and six apartments per barracks. Each apartment was 100 x 20 feet and housed one family. The exterior of these barracks have remained virtually untouched since World War II.
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Current view of the Minidoka concentration camp

Remainder of the Minidoka concentration camp. Currently, the area is used for agriculture. According to a former camp inmate, this chimney is from a room that was used as a waiting area for camp visitors.
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Current view of the Minidoka concentration camp

Remains of the Minidoka concentration camp. According to a former camp inmate, this is the entry to a waiting room for camp visitors.
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