Diane Putnam

Diane Putnam

Posted on 10/13/2015


Photo taken on October 13, 2015



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Memory collage

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From the Japanese-American and POW internment camp of WWII, Tulelake, California. POWs were Italian & German. This barracks held two or three families. It and the guard tower were moved to the fairgrounds museum to preserve them. There were two separate camps, one near Tulelake and another at Newell, a few miles southeast. The Newell camp became the largest Japanese-American internment camp in the USA. Read about the camp here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulelake_camp

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Henk Bouwers
Henk Bouwers
:-))
22 months ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Henk Bouwers
Hi, Henk - thanks!
22 months ago.