Full title:Fourth grade children at Jerome, with the help of their teacher, Miss Era Nixon, and the Community Cooperative Association, planned and operated a cooperative volunteer store. There were many details to attend to--purchasing the valentines, decorating the store, assigning sales people, advertising. Business boomed and over 8,000 valentines were sold, enabling each child to realize a profit of 40 cents on his original investment of 63 cents.<lb /> Photographer: Lynn, Charles R.<lb /> Denson, Arkansas. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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