Full title:Special trains are leaving from WRA relocation centers to return people of Japanese ancestry to their homes on the West Coast. On July 26, a train left the Rohwer Relocation Center at McGehee, Arkansas, to take people to Sacramento, Stockton, Lodi, Fresno, and Los Angeles. Pullman accommodations were provided for only the old and sick and for mothers with small babies, others rode in antiquated coaches. Mrs. Cecelia Sutow, U.S. citizen, and her baby are on their way back to Los Angeles while the husband and father is on his way overseas with the U.S. Army.<lb /> McGehee, Arkansas. Date formerly mis-transcribed as 7/26/43. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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