Full title:Shown left to right are Jimmy Uchiyama, and his two cousins, Leo and Robert Uchiyama, on the vegetable farm of the father of the latter two, Sam Isamu Uchiyama. Both families are recent arrivals from Poston Center. They are now located on Sterling Road at the city limits of Mountain View where the Uchiyamas are making the California soil shell out turnips, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, celery, tomatoes--what have you, for the Nation's food basket. With the Uchiyamas and employed by them are the Kiyutaro Nishijimas and Mr. and Mrs. Itaru Nakatsu and family. When work is slack at the ranch, said Raymond, we all work in nearby orchards. That is--all of us who are old enough. And we are quite a crowd too. When all are present we total about 50--I have lost the exact count. Even a smaller family would not be lonely in the Mountain View District. For relocated almost in stone's throw of the Uchiyama front gate are the families of Masataro Fujii, Roy Iwata, Leonark Oku, Masao Oku and Alice Koyano, all florist nurserymen.<lb /> Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru<lb /> Mountain View, California. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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