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Namyo Bessho's Certificate of Naturalization 'To Find a Job,' painting by Henry Sugimoto 'My Papa,' painting by Henry Sugimoto Diary written by Gordon Hirabayashi Drawing from 'Citizen 13660' by Mine Okubo
Stanley Hayami diary George Saito letter Crusaders scrapbook 'All But Blind' by Clara Breed 'We are the Children' record
Photo of Vincent Okamoto 'American Families' weaving by Momo Nagano Detail of Esaki family furo Norman Mineta redress documents Toru Saito marbles
Robert Hasuike Manzanar barrack model 1939 Silvertone American short wave radio made by Sears, Roebuck and Co. (2000.120.1) Lavalier Mic from Current TV series Skateboard from 'Return to Manzanar,' Courtesy of Eric Nakamura  'Yellow Woman' photograph of Marcy Borders by Stan Honda taken on September 11, 2001 (2010.5.1)
Ceremonial Arch of the Historic Building

Namyo Bessho's Certificate of Naturalization (92.81.16) Namyo Bessho’s Certificate of Naturalization, March 11, 1919, Gift of Indiana Bessho (92.81.16)
'To Find a Job,' painting by Henry Sugimoto (92.97.107) To Find a Job by Henry Sugimoto, oil on canvas, 1927, Gift of Madeleine Sugimoto and Naomi Tagawa (92.97.107)
'My Papa,' painting by Henry Sugimoto (92.97.139) My Papa by Henry Sugimoto, oil on canvas, 1943, Gift of Madeleine Sugimoto and Naomi Tagawa (92.97.139)
Diary written by Gordon Hirabayashi (4.2010.1) Diary written by Gordon Hirabayashi, 1942, Collection of Jim Hirabayashi (4.2010.1)
Drawing from 'Citizen 13660' by Mine Okubo (2007.62) Drawing from Citizen 13660, Miné Okubo, ink on paper, ca. 1942-44, Gift of Mine Okubo Estate (2007.62)
Stanley Hayami diary (95.226.1) Diary written by Stanley Hayami, ca. 1942-45, Gift from the Estate of Frank Naoichi and Asano Hayami, parents of Stanley Kunio Hayami (95.226.1)
George Saito letter (94.49.41) Letters written by George Saito, ca. 1944, Gift of Mary S. Tominaga (94.49.41)
Crusaders scrapbook (94.144.10) Crusaders Scrapbook made by Rinko Shimasaki, ca. 1943-45, Gift of Yuri Kochiyama (94.144.10)
'All But Blind' by Clara Breed (93.75.22A) “All But Blind” by Clara Estelle Breed featured in Library Journal Volume 68, February 1943, Gift of Elizabeth Y. Yamada (93.75.22A)
'We are the Children' record (30.1998.5) A Grain of Sand: Music for the Struggle by Asians in America, Chris Kando Iijima, Joanne Nobuko Miyamoto, 1973, Collection of Nobuko Miyamoto (30.1998.5)
Photo of Vincent Okamoto (95.215) Photograph of Vincent H. Okamoto, ca. 1970, Gift of Anonymous (95.215)
'American Families' weaving by Momo Nagano (2001.82.1) American Families woven by Momo Nagano, 1999, Gift of Momo Nagano (2001.82.1)
Detail of Esaki family furo (88.38.1) Detail of a furo, ca. 1927, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Esaki (88.38.1)
Norman Mineta redress documents (96.370) Redress documents from Norman Y. Mineta, ca. 1980, Gift of Norman Y. Mineta (96.370)
Toru Saito marbles (3.2010.1) Marbles collected by Toru Saito, ca. 1940, Collection of Toru Saito (3.2010.1)
Robert Hasuike Manzanar barrack model (91.123.4) Model of Manzanar Concentration Camp Barrack created by Robert Y. Hasuike, 1986, Gift of Robert Y. Hasuike (91.123.4)
1939 Silvertone American short wave radio made by Sears, Roebuck and Co. (2000.120.1) 1939 Silvertone American short wave radio made by Sears, Roebuck and Co., Gift of in Memory of Ramon MacWilliamson (2000.120.1)
Lavalier Mic from Current TV series Lavalier Mic from Current TV series, 2010, Courtesy of Adam Yamaguchi
Skateboard from 'Return to Manzanar,' Courtesy of Eric Nakamura Skateboard from “Return to Manzanar,”, Courtesy of Eric Nakamura
 'Yellow Woman' photograph of Marcy Borders by Stan Honda taken on September 11, 2001 (2010.5.1) Yellow Woman photograph of Marcy Borders by Stan Honda taken on September 11, 2001, Gift of Stan Honda / Agence France Presse (2010.5.1)
Ceremonial Arch of the Historic Building Historic Building and former Los Angeles Hompa Hongwanji Buddhist Temple. Now the Museum’s largest artifact.

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