Japanese civilians get help from WRA offices, leave relocation center and find living space in United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:6 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
United States Relocation Program by War Relocation Authority (WRA). Japanese child gives roller skate to mother who packs it. Japanese couple shows paper to guard and leaves relocation center, getting aboard a Trailways bus. Other Japanese relocated greeted at railway station. Map of United States shows relocation areas. War Relocation Office main door. A Japanese man gives documents to an officer; he reads the papers and makes a call. Japanese-American couple with a young daughter go from house to house attempting to rent apartment. Japanese people in a hostel. A woman plays piano while other women sit and talk. People look at map showing housing availability. Japanese-American couple rents apartment. They are seen happily in their apartment hanging clothes in the closet. Japanese-American woman at grocery store. White woman helps her choose items that are not rationed. She holds a can of peaches. White woman shows Japanese-American woman the point value price card. Japanese-American women and her daughter visit park with white woman and her son. Children play with a toy sailboat at the waters edge. Relocation center kitchen. Japanese-American family sits at the dinner table. Children run in a relocation center. Women sit in a park and talk. Man feeds geese with his children beside water. People walk past fountain. Japanese-American women sit on beach in Chicago. Lowe's Stillman theater in Chicago. The movie 'Above Suspicion' displayed on marquee. Woman window shopping. Japanese couple sits on porch of house.
This historic stock footage available in HD and SD video. View pricing below video player.
Have a correction or more info about this clip? Edit Now