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[Sisters Misako and Sakaye Nakatsuru standing side-by-side in open area, Rohwer, Arkansas, January 29, 1945]

Muramoto, Walter [ bio ]

[Sisters Misako and Sakaye Nakatsuru standing side-by-side in open area, Rohwer, Arkansas, January 29, 1945]
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H: 3.5 in, W: 2.5 in

Rohwer, Ark., January 29, 1945

(97.292.6BK)

Gift of the Walter Muramoto Family

Description

1 photographic print : b&w;

Full-length portrait of two young women, Misako and Sakaye Nakatsuru, standing side-by-side on unpaved open area at Rohwer concentration camp, Rohwer, Arkansas, January 29, 1945. Misako wears a dark sweater over a light-colored blouse and pleated skirt at left; Sakeye wears eyeglasses, light sweater and dark skirt on right. They stand on left side with small cultivated area, perhaps a vegetable or flower garden at midground right. Barracks and utility poles in distance at center right.

Inscription
Stamped in black ink on back: JAN 29 1945.

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