Full title:These two Japanese Americans are employed by a prominent Philadelphia artist, Robert H. Ransley, painter of American wildlife. Mr. and Mrs. Ransley are extremely fond of Emiko Ishisaki on the left, and Mrs. Sally Nagasawa, on the right, and are here shown in one of their frequent after-hour chats. Emiko, who relocated from Manzanar, has become a skillful and artistic assistant to her employer, and Sally, recently from Poston No. 3, is fast becoming her equal.<lb /> Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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