Full title:Seated at the right of the picture is Mr. Henry Katayama, working at the bench as a watchmaker for the Brodkey Jewelry Company of Omaha. Mr. Katayama has been employed since October 1943. He is an Issei, 56 years of age, living here with his wife and daughter, who were former residents of California. The center from which this family came was the Gila River Center in Arizona. Seated, at the bench in the center of the picture, is Mr. Takao Misaki from the Tule Lake Center. Mr. Misaki is married and living in Omaha with his wife and child. They were former residents of Sacramento, California. Mr. Misaki and family relocated in Omaha on September 4, 1943.<lb /> Omaha, Nebraska. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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