Full title:After living in crude barracks for many months, these relocated Japanese-American find real pleasure in having a home of their own again. Three families share this big house in one of the residential districts in Cincinnati, Ohio. Seated, left to right, are Mrs. Charles Hisatomi, son Nicky, Mrs. Henry Watanabe, and Mr. Hisatomi. Standing is Mr. Watanabe with his daughter, Barbara. Both families are from the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Mr. and Mrs. Hisatomi arrived in Cincinnati late in June and were staying at the house until they could find other accommodations. The two families not shown on the picture, but who live with the Wantanabes, are Dr. and Mrs. George Abe who have lived in Cincinnati for the past five years, and Mr. and Mrs. Sho Iino of Los Angeles, who came out prior to evacuation.<lb /> Cincinnati, Ohio. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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