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Caption (Original Description)

Japanese-American volunteers. Recognized among the AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] inductees by Major General Rapp Brush, commanding the Kauai District. Masato Sugihara, thirty-one, Kekaha school teacher, speaks with the general in the course of the latter's unexpected inspection of the provisional AJA camp. Sugihara, a married man, was the leader of the Makaweli board registrants from the time they assembled for their physical examination until their induction. Shown with the general are: Captain J. J. Fallon of the Service Command (left) and Colonel J.J. Doyle, commanding officer of the Service Command (right)

Photographer

Unknown

Created

March 1943

Lot Number (Shooting Assignment)

1827

Call Number (Library of Congress)

LC-USE6-D-010190

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