Art in Incarceration: Artistry in the Japanese American Internment Camps
Loom and Partially Assembled Bracelet
Loaned by Northeastern Illinois University Library Archives
A. Tsujime Ishii and her family are from the Sacramento California area. They were in Granada and Tule Lake. Very artistic, she worked with shells, wood, beads, and many mediums to create precious items such as jewelry. To weave she had to make a loom before she could make pink and silver beads from France into a pretty bracelet. They left camp and resettled in Chicago. Granada (Camp Amache) War Relocation Center, Colorado or Tule Lake Segregation Center, California.
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