Full title:Mrs. Yoshiye Abe is an employee of the Flag and Decorating Company, 1848 Lawrence Street, Denver, Colorado. A former resident of Los Angeles, California, she was evacuated to the Santa Anita Assembly Center, with her husband Danar Abe, who was released to work in the beet harvest in the Longmont Area early in October, 1942. He is now working as a houseman in the Albany Hotel in Denver. Mrs. Abe's parents and two brothers are in Poston. A third brother is working as a chicks sexer in St. Louis. She hopes that some day a flag on which she has worked may be carried by a victorious American Army into Tokyo or Berlin. She was born in Fresno, California, and attended the Fresno schools. Her husband was a produce man. She has been working for the Paradice Company since February 1, 1943.<lb /> Photographer: Stewart, Francis<lb /> Denver, Colorado. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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