Nisei men and women work with various professions at the relocation centers, during World War II.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:1 min 46 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Nisei, the Japanese Americans of second generation, at relocation centers during World War II. Nisei with various profession work at the relocation camp. A welder makes wheels, workers work on machines, a cook in a kitchen. A woman poses and a photographer takes photo. A Nisei secretary to an American official. A painter, typists, workers at textile mills work at the relocation centers. Nisei women make dolls and coats. A beautician works on a Nisei woman. Woman sells cloth at a cloth store.
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