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  • Description: Wyoming
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    • Photocopy of Evacuazette, Volume 1 Number 6

    • Assembly Ceners--Publications--North Portland Evacuazette
    • The Evacuazette was the newsletter for the North Portland Assembly Center, which housed Japanese Americans removed from the West Coast. The assembly centers served to provide temporary shelter as the Relocation Centers were being built. Most who...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Evacuazette, Volume 2 Number 1

    • Assembly Centers--Publications--North Portland Evacuazette
    • The Evacuazette was the newsletter for the North Portland Assembly Center, which housed Japanese Americans removed from the West Coast. The assembly centers served to provide temporary shelter as the Relocation Centers were being built. Most who...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Autograph book from Heart Mountain, 1944

    • Education; Recreational activities
    • Tom Hide's autograph book from 1944, the year he graduated from Heart Mountain High School in Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. The covers are made of wood. An image of Heart Mountain has been carved into the front cover along with the...
    • Tom Hide Collection, sc 14.1
    • A man pulling or holding a wooden arm in a concrete tank.

    • facilities & services; labor;
    • Photograph of a man holding or pulling a wooden arm extending from the center of a concrete tank to its edge. The tank looks like a tank that was a part of the sewage treatment plant at Minidoka Relocation Center, Wyoming. A man stands on a...
    • George and Doris McIntyre Papers, SC 14.5
    • Hisako Takeda holding her son, Terry Takeda.

    • Family
    • This is a photograph of Hisako Takeda holding her son, Terry Takeda, outside a barrack at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. There is snow on the ground, and Hisako Takeda is facing her son, smiling, while Terry Takeda faces the camera...
    • Takeda family collection, sc 14.3
    • Chiyo Iwamoto walking past buildings.

    • Family; education
    • Photograph of Chiyo Iwamoto walking past buildings in Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. She is holding books in her left hand.
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Tempo, 1944

    • Heart Mountain High School (Wyo.)--Students--Yearbooks. School yearbooks.
    • The Tempo was the yearbook for Heart Mountain High School, which was located in Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. It served the camp's youth from 1943-1945. Two issues of the Tempo were published, one in 1944 and one in 1945. This copy...
    • George and Frank C. Hirahara Photograph Collection, SC 014
    • Heart Mountain Barracks Directory

    • Heart Mountain Relocation Center (Wyo.)--Directories
    • This directory lists names of internees identified as head of household at Heart Mountain Relocation Center in 1944. The directory is organized alphabetically by name and also lists each internee's apartment number and place of residence prior to...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Children in a bassinet at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources.
    • Two children in a bassinet in front of a barrack at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. The child on the left holding an object appears to be Shigenobu Tsuruyama, the child of Tatsuya and Miyo Tsuruyama. The Tsuruyamas lived in the...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Boy sitting on the steps of a barrack at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources.
    • A boy holds a toy on the steps of a barrack at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. He is likely Shigenobu Tsuruyama, the chile of Tatsuya and Miyo Tsuruyama. The Tsuruyamas lived in the incarceration camp from 1942-1944.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Tatsuya Tsuruyama in front of a buddhist shrine at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources.
    • Tatsuya Tsuruyama holds prayer beads in front of a buddhist shrine at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. Tsuruyama is a religious official and is wearing a robe and wagesa. This photograph was likely taken between 1942 and 1944 when the...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Boy standing in front of a barrack at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources.
    • A boy holds an object in his hand as he stands in front of a barrack at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. The boy is likely Shigenobu Tsuruyama, the son of Tatsuya and Miyo Tsuruyama. The boy is wearing a jacket and rolled up pants. A...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Men sitting in front of a shed at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources.
    • A group of men sit in the grass in front of a shed at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. Heart Mountain rises in the background. The second man from the left appears to be Tatsuya Tsuruyama. The date September 1943 is written along the...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Men standing in front of the doorway of a building at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A group of men are lined up for a group portrait in front the doorway of a building at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. The building has Japanese signs on both sides of the doorway and may be a the incarceration camp buddhist church.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Luggage tags used by Tom Hide.

    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.;
    • These luggage tags were used by Tom (Terumi) Hide when he was evacuated from his home in Wapato, Washington to the Portland Assembly Center. Hide was eventually sent to Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming.
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1

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