World War II in the Pacific
Relocation Pictures

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Mazamar Relocation Center

Consider American Working Class housing of the era





Life magazine
Yonemitsu Family, son - Michael, sister - Lucy Toshiko, father - Francis
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Izuno and children, Manzanar Relocation Center, California 
Masako Suzuki helps a customer with thread at the counter in cooperative store.
Science lecture, Manzanar Relocation Center
High school students walking in road between buildings.
Mrs. Naguchi and two children
Manzanar street scene, spring
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America from the Great Depression to World War II: Black-and-White Photographs from the FSA-OWI, 1935-1945
Company houses, Birmingham, Alabama.
Steelworks, Birmingham, Alabama
Evicted Sharecroppers
New cabins at Hill House, Mississippi.
Tenements
Levittown, 1950s
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Perhaps we should add the wartime living conditions of millions of Americans in foxholes and tents on Pacific islands,
sleeping in hamocks on ships at sea, in barracks at air bases, and crowded bedrooms at defense plants or dependent
housing near military bases.  It was wartime.