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[Smiling family who are receiving the permit to leave the Tule Lake camp for resettlement, Newell, California, 1946]

Iwata, Jack [ bio ]

[Smiling family who are receiving the permit to leave the Tule Lake camp for resettlement, Newell, California, 1946]
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copy negative
Neg Type: 120.00 mm

Newell, Calif., 1946

(93.102.7)

Gift of Jack and Peggy Iwata

Description

1 copy negative : b&w;

Family of six receiving permit to leave Tule Lake concentration camp from a Caucasian man in an office, Newell, California, 1946. Mustached Caucasian man in suit jacket stands in profile on left holding paperwork in left hand while handing permit to father of family on other side of counter. The father is dressed in hat and coat with ribbon and button, "76", on proper left chest. Two small girls bundled in coats and hats stand next to him at counter. Older girl stands in back in coat and hat next to the mother who holds a toddler. Mother smiles as she watches interaction. "Passes" sign on wall.

Caption
Smiling family who are receiving the permit to leave the camp for resettlement.

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