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Poston (Colorado River Relocation Center) Years Later


Four photos show the some of the Poston Camp I barracks, about 10 years after camp closure.  Photos were taken by George Yoshiro Kakuda who was at Poston 5/15/42 to 9/15/45.  Most of the population of these barrack came from Orange County, Ca.

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Poston Block 38 Water Tank

Poston Block 38 water tank with mess hall in background.

Contributed by: RoyKakuda

Ironing Room

Mr. Minoru Aoyama waving.

Contributed by: RoyKakuda

Block 43 Mens Room

Remnants of walkway and garden pond.

Contributed by: RoyKakuda

Barrack 12

Remnants of garden and swamp cooler.

Contributed by: RoyKakuda

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RoyKakuda — Last modified Oct 21 2017 11:49 p.m.

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