U.S. Detention Camps, 1942 - 1946
with name tags. Hayward, CA. May 8, 1942. Photo by
Dorothea Lange, WRA.
This poignant exhibit
captures the innocence and acute perceptions of Japanese
American children through their eviction and
incarceration experience during World War II.
- Shown at: San
Francisco City Hall, Cherry Blossom Festival, Bay
Area 50th Anniversary of Executive Order 9066.
- Contents: 60 black
and white framed photographs, text and title
(20" x 24").
materials: Teacher's Guide: Bill of Rights and
the World War II Japanese American Internment
Experience, slides, classroom kits, and
video. Grades 4 - 12. (Classroom kits include
mini-exhibit photos and are available to schools
at a discount).
Running feet: 150 feet
Weight: 460 lbs.
Crates: 2 (24" x 27" x 48")
Exhibition period: 8 weeks
Exhibit fee: Inquire