Personal and official photographs, letters and diaries, transcribed oral histories, art, and more show the faces of: People: the men, women, and children who were incarcerated, Places: prewar neighborhoods and wartime camps, Daily Life: eating, sleeping, working, playing, and going to school, Personal Experiences: letters, diaries, art and other writing by internees.

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