|American Women's History: A Research Guide|
Digital Collections: Asian-American Women
Photo caption: "Sacramento, California. This young woman of Japanese ancestry received credentials from the San Jose State College to teach in Junior High, Primary and Kindergarten schools of this state. She is one of the leaders of the group who are establishing kindergarten schools for the young children in this Assembly center."
This is one of 3715 photographs that the National Archives has digitized from the series, Central Photographic File of the War Relocation Authority (WRA), 1942-1945. The WRA commissioned photographers to document the daily lives of Japanese-Americans during World War II.
Use the ARC database to find additional photographs from this series. Enter War Relocation Authority into the search box, and check the box labeled "Descriptions of Archival Materials linked to digital copies."
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