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[Teacher and students in Japanese National Grammer School at Tule Lake concentration camp, Newell, California, ca. 1942-1945]

[Teacher and students in Japanese National Grammer School at Tule Lake concentration camp, Newell, California, ca. 1942-1945]
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copy negative
Neg Type: 120.00 mm

Newell, Calif., 1942-1945

(93.102.80)

Gift of Jack and Peggy Iwata

Description

1 copy negative : b&w;

Rear view of Japanese language classroom as teacher points to blackboard of a Japanese national grammer school (Kokumin Gakko) at Tule Lake concentration camp, Newell, California, ca. 1942-1945. Japanese kanji written on board. Male teacher in white and eyeglasses stands at small wooden table at front of class facing students who sit at wooden desks with backs to viewer.

Caption
One of the eight kokumin gakko, Japaneses national grammar schools in the camp. Japanese national grammar schools existed only in Tule Lake.

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