This collection contains two photograph albums and material related to Hitoshi "Yoke" Kuromi and Corrine Nobuko Nishimura
Kuromi. Subjects in the collection include the Kuromi family, the Gila River incarceration camp, and hot rods. All of this
collection is digitized and some of the material is available online.
Hitoshi "Yoke" Kuromi was born April 24, 1925, and lived in Southern California where his parents owned a floral company.
Yoke and his family moved to the Gila River incarceration camp as a result of Executive Order 9066 during World War II. They
arrived at the camp on October 18, 1942, and were released July 20, 1944. After being released, Yoke served in the United
States Army during 1950-1952, and he was stationed in Alaska.
(2 photograph albums, one box of material)
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