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Inside a Resident’s Barracks at Internment Camp; Source: Wikimedia Commons

Credit: Source: Wikimedia Commons
This image is originally part of the article U.S. Black Eye: The Internment of Japanese-Americans During World War II

The bare rooms of the family home had to be creatively furnished and decorated.  Original Caption: Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Mrs. S. Nako entertains a friend, Mrs. William Hosokawa for an afternoon's knitting. Starting with a bare barracks room, some scrap and some mail order lumber and much ingenuity, S. Nako, a young Nisei, constructed the typically modern furniture shown.

Photo in the public domain – downloaded from Wikimedia Commons July 18, 2013

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