Full title:Mr. Tsunayoshi George Kaneda, Issei, is shown at his work at the Hotel Whittier in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Kaneda is employed as the second chef at the hotel. He, his wife, and six of their seven children, Ruby, Kay, Ben, Grayce, Toshio and Roy, resettled in Philadelphia from the Rohwer Relocation Center. They have been occupying an apartment at Fellowship House, known for its inter-racial activities sponsored by the Society of Friends. The seventh child, a son, George, was inducted into the Army in July, 1944. Ruby and Roy attend high school; Grayce is a secretary for the Family Society of Philadelphia; Toshio and Kay have been holding summer jobs in Philadelphia pending their return to school in the fall; and Ben has been working in a factory while attending night school. The entire Kaneda family has taken an active interest in newcomers in Philadelphia, and at least several members of the family are usually to be found at social gatherings there for resettlers. Before evacuation the Kanedas lived in Stockton, California, where all the children were born.<lb /> Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru<lb /> Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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