Florin, California. May 30, 1942. Two of the nine American soldiers of Japanese ancestry who have returned to their home
Florin, California. May 30, 1942. Two of the nine American soldiers of Japanese ancestry who have returned to their home town on furloughs that were granted to them in order that they could assist their families prepare for evacuation of all persons of Japanese ancestry from their west coast homes. This community is depending on their returned service men for many errands, shopping, banking, etc., because the soldiers are permitted to travel into town, nine miles away, while others cannot because of military restrictions.
|Color||Black & White|
|Keywords||20th century, North America, internment camps, issei, japanese-american, military, nisei, soldiers, troops, world war ii, wwii|
|Credit||Atlas Archive / GIW Photos|
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