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Fujii (George) Papers
96.15  
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Description
This collection consists of letters between George and Mary Fujii, note cards created by George in his spare time while separated from his family, and one family portrait taken once the family was reunited in Crystal City, Texas.
Background
George Fujii was born in 1901 in Japan. He worked as a salesman and had involvement with Pioneer Oyster Company as well as Eagle Rock Oyster Company. George and his wife, Mary, lived in Seattle, Washington and had three children (Arline, John, and Raiko). Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, George was incarcerated in Department of Justice camps in Bismarck, North Dakota and Lordsburg, New Mexico. Mary stayed in Washington until being incarcerated with her children in Tule Lake. Eventually, the family was reunited in Crystal City, Texas.
Extent
11 folders
Restrictions
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in this collection must be submitted to the Hirasaki National Resource Center at the Japanese American National Museum (collections@janm.org).
Availability
By appointment only. Please Contact the Collections Management and Access Unit by email (collections@janm.org) or telephone (213-830-5615).