Art in Incarceration: Artistry in the Japanese American Internment Camps
Handcrafted Wooden Box
Fusaichi “Frank” Hyosaka
Loaned by Japanese American Service Committee Legacy Center Archives
Loaned by Japanese American Service Committee Legacy Center Archives Hand-crafted wooden box created by Hyosaka; the lid is faintly painted with green grass, bare trees and an occasional orange or red flower; the interior of the lid has a painted, aerial illustration of Hunt, Idaho and Tule Lake; Hyosaka labels key landmarks and includes the date “1943”; it appears that a wooden separator is missing from the interior of the box. Made at Tule Lake Segregation Center, California
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