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Support from the non-Japanese American community

Bob Y. Sakata Interview Segment 13

Relocating to Colorado after hearing about the policies of Colorado Governor Carr
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Kay Matsuoka Segment 33

Christian missionaries' weekly visits to camp lead to conversion
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Nobu Suzuki Interview II Segment 6

Experiencing prejudice on the way to Spokane

References are made to several of Nobu Suzuki's personal papers, which are currently available for public perusal at the University of Washington's Manuscripts and University Archives.
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Fumiko Hayashida Segment 30

Receiving a visit from former high school teacher
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Fumiko Hayashida Segment 31

Visits from non-Japanese Americans
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Emery Brooks Andrews Interview Segment 12

Family home in Twin Falls becomes a hostel for numerous Japanese Americans throughout the wartime
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Emery Brooks Andrews Interview Segment 10

Family decides to move to Twin Falls, Idaho, following the Japanese Americans to Minidoka concentration camp
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Emery Brooks Andrews Interview Segment 14

Memories of visiting Minidoka concentration camp as a child: eating in the mess hall, picnics by the irrigation canal
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Emery Brooks Andrews Interview Segment 13

Memories as a child in Twin Falls, Idaho: visiting playmates inside the Minidoka concentration camp every weekend
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Emery Brooks Andrews Interview Segment 11

Father experiences prejudice in Twin Falls, Idaho, as a result of his support of the Japanese Americans in the concentration camp
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