The Journal of San Diego History
Winter 1972, Volume 18, Number 1
James E Moss, Editor

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Page iv. Evacuees had six days to move out of the area. Photographs courtesy San Diego Chapter Japanese-American Citizens League.

Japanese boarding a train

Page 3. Persons of Japanese ancestry boarding a train in San Diego for the Santa Anita race track relocation center.

Sign at Rose Hill

Page 4. A sign “greeting” Japanese-Americans at Rose Hill, California.

Armed guards manning tower at Manzanar

Page 5. Armed guards manning a tower at Manzanar internment camp.

A high school classat Manzanar

Page 6. A high school class of Japanese-Americans held at Manzanar internment camp.

Page 6. The barracks in which the interned families lived at Manzanar. Families obtained privacy in the barracks by hanging blankets between themselves and other families.

Page 6. A hospital scene at Poston internment camp, Poston, Arizona.

Young boys at Manzanar

Page 8. Young boys looking forlornly beyond the barbed-wire surrounding camp at Manzanar.