Full title:Miss Mildred Sasaki, formerly of Tule Lake Relocation Center, is shown at her work in the Day Care Nursery and School. This school is located in an old store building to which working mothers bring their children for day care and to which boys and girls of elementary school grades come for instruction. This is an effort to aid in the prevention of delinquency. Miss Sasaki is a specialist in the nursery and kindergarten work and her work is much appreciated here. She is shown telling stories and doing finger work with a few of the smaller children who had become uneasy since it is time for their mothers to come and get them. Miss Sasaki's acceptance by the Board of Education and her special abilities have helped interpret the high standards of Japanese Americans to Cincinnati.<lb /> Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru<lb /> Cincinnati, Ohio. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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