Headshot of Seraph Young.
Japanese American woman singing national anthem at Topaz.
"Japs keep out you rats" sign in Barstow, California in 1942.
Wanto Company Grocery store in California with sign, "I AM AN AMERICAN" in 1942. Once relocation was ordered, Japanese Americans were forced to sell their businesses and leave their jobs regardless of loyalty to the United States.
High school boy studying next to a desk in a barrack.
Topaz High School graduation in 1945 in the High School gymnasium.
Relocation sign from Mr. and Mrs. K. Iseri in California in 1942. It reads: "Many thanks for your patronage. Hope to serve you in near future. God be with you till we meet again."
Lines to eat at Tanforan Race Track, an assembly center. Many of the Japanese Americans at Tanforan would be relocated to Topaz Relocation Center.
Two children participating in Kabuki, a Japanese dance drama.
Crowd gathered in recreation hall or dining hall.
Boy scouts salute.
Japanese American children saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Image is identified as being a class at Raphael Weill Elementary School in San Francisco, California. Mary Ann Yahiro, the child in the center, was separated from her mother. Her mother was…