Full title:Some of the representatives of various institutions and organizations in the neighborhood of the new Manhattan Hostel, for Japanese Americans, who participated in the Hostel's housewarming on November 23, 1945, are shown here. Seated are (left to right): Dr. Leonard Covello, principal, Benjamin Franklin High School; Rev. Edicer Nicolas Rodriquez, First Spanish Evangelical Church; Father R. G. Scannel, St. Cecelia Roman Catholic Church; and Clyde E. Murray, executive director, East Harlem Council. Standing are (left to right): Percival Brundage, chairman, New York Unitarian Service Committee; Kenji Nogaki, formerly of Seattle and the Tule Lake Relocation Center, chairman, Resettlement Council of Japanese American Organizations in New York City; Rev. Donald Harrington, Community Church of New York; and Robert Dolins, relocation supervisor, East Coast Area, WRA. The Hostel is jointly sponsored by the Unitarian Service Committee and the Community Church of New York. It is located at 58 East 102nd Street, New York City, in an inter-racial neighborhood. The Hostel has 44 sleeping rooms, a dining room seating 60 persons, a fully equipped kitchen, and recreational facilities.<lb /> New York, New York. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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