Full title:Dillon Myer, Director of the War Relocation Authority, looking over the Heart Mountain Sentinel with several evacuees from Heart Mountain who are now working in Civil Service jobs in Washington, D.C. Eiko Narita (left) has been working for the government since November 1943 as a stenographer with the Office of Price Administration. She is living with a Caucasian family who, she claims, treat her like one of the family. She is working very hard on her job but still has time to meet a lot of people and have a good time. Joan Ishiyama has been working for WRA since March 1943. She has an apartment with another WRA employee. Joan spends two nights a week doing Red Cross work. Her brother is working in New York City and has recently rented a house in the suburbs where he hopes his parents will join him and his wife. John Kitasaka (right) is in the Japanese Editorial section of the Federal Communications Commission. When John first came to Washington in February, he lived in a rooming house, but since then he and a friend of his have found an apartment.<lb /> Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen<lb /> "Washington, D.C.", . Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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