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Portrait of a Japanese American woman
Portrait of a Japanese American woman
TitlePortrait of a Japanese American woman
Date1946-05-00
Description/NotesJapanese American field worker, Ontario, Oregon. In May 1942, Malheur County became one of the first areas to recruit Japanese- American evacuees for farm work. Some of the evacuees remained in Eastern Oregon after the order excluding them from the West Coast was lifted in January 1945.
SubjectJapanese Americans
Agricultural laborers
Women
Portrait photographs
Extension
Geographic SubjectMalheur County (Ore.)
Object TypeImage
Original FormatNegatives
Item NumberP120:2720
Original CollectionExtension and Experiment Station Communications
Other FormatsGelatin silver prints
RestrictionsPermission to use must be obtained from the Oregon Multicultural Archives, OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center.
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