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Caption (Original Description)

Japanese-American volunteers. Second and larger group on Kauai, Hawaii to go up for physical examination, the Makaweli draft board registrants answer roll call outside their board prior to going up for the physical. Calling roll is Captain J.J. Fallon of the Kuai Service Command. Standing beside the captain is Mr. John Fernandes, member of the Selective Service System on the Garden Isle

Photographer

Unknown

Created

March 1943

Lot Number (Shooting Assignment)

1827

Call Number (Library of Congress)

LC-USE6-D-010183

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