Full title:Judging from the smile on his face, Mr. Bill Okazaki find life on an Illinois farm much to his liking. Seated on one of the tractors on the A. J. Krecker farm, 60 miles northwest of Chicago, Mr. Okazaki is shown in one of his several duties on the farm. He lives on the farm with his wife and three children. As well as tending to the planting and harvesting of the crops, he keeps the farm buildings and the farm machinery in tip top condition. The Okazakis have lived in Illinois for more than six months, having relocated from the Rohwer Relocation Center to McHenry, Illinois, where they help manage the A. J. Krecker farm.<lb /> Photographer: Mace, Charles E.<lb /> McHenry, Illinois. Part of: War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement
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