Women workers during World War II. Salt Lake Tribune.
Memorial address given December 3, 1944 by Masaru Narahara for 10 Japanese American soldiers who died in action. Narahara, chairman of the Community Council at the Topaz Relocation Center where the address was given, paid honor to the memory of 10 soldiers who had lived as residents of the Center prior to enlisting. “We honor them” siad Narahara, “because we realize that they had to confront not one enemy, but two. At home, the insidious enemies of democracy who questioned the integrity of loyal Americans of Japanese ancestry. Abroad, the thoroughly trained, organized and equipped armies of Europe.”
Japanese-Americans arrive at Tanforan Race Track in California, a relocation center. Many of the Japanese-Americans at Tanforan would be relocated to Topaz Relocation Center
Japanese-Americans outside train on arrival at Topaz, Utah.
Victory canning during WW II. Working in Victory Garden, Aug., 1943. Salt Lake Trib. #14342.
World War II war bonds drive, Gen. Motors group, Aug. 11, 1942. Shipler Comm. Photog. #34761. 358 Rio Grande, SLC.