February 1, 1985
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February 4, 1985
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JAPANESE IN CANADA Mrs. Umezuki with family photo taken a year before internment. [Redress for Japanese: can knot be untangled? In 1942 her husband was sent to Rainbow in the interior of British Columbia to work on a road camp. In need of money, Mrs. Umezuki sold the family dry-cleaning business and took her three daughters to an internment camp in Tashme, B.C., 100 miles from the Pacific coast. They lived in a barn-like structure and were soon joined by Mr. Umezuki who labored at Tashme for 25 cents an hour.]
Hans Deryk / The Globe and Mail
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