Full title:Mrs. K. Ota, who with her family recently returned to her home near Carpenteria, California, is seen leaving the laundry of her attractive ranch house to hang up the family washing. The lemon orchard which the Otas own and operate suffered from neglect and lack of water during the family's sojourn in the Gila River Center, but many of the trees can be salvaged and Ota lemons are already going to market.<lb /> Photographer: Mace, Charles E.<lb /> Carpenteria, California. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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