This collection contains images related to the planning, design and construction of sites of Japanese American confinement during World War II, specifically the sites named Relocation Centers. These were ten semi-permanent sites located in isolated areas of the western United States and Arkansas. The collection includes three types of images: 1) architectural drawings, and 2) engineering plans or maps, 2), objects from the National Japanese American Historical Society's collection.
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