BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.5012@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20150724T000000Z DTEND:20151023T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Patti Hirahara\, administrator of the Hirahara family collectio n\, is looking for help in identifying babies\, individuals\, groups\, and family photographs taken by her grandfather\, George Hirahara\, and fathe r\, Frank C. Hirahara\, during WWII. These remarkable photographs were tak en and processed in the Heart Mountain relocation camp from 1943 to 1945.& nbsp\;\n\nThe Hirahara family collection of more than 2\,000 Heart Mountai n photos has been donated to Hirahara's father's alma mater\, Washington S tate University. She has left two\, 3-ring binders of photos with identifi cation sheets and will be adding a third shortly\, which represents only a small portion of the collection\, here at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose (JAMsj) for people to look through.&nbsp\;\n\nHirahara lives in Anaheim\, California\, and would be happy to talk with any family members about the photos. She can be emailed at <a href="mailto:hiraharacollect@ao l.com">hiraharacollect@aol.com</a> or reached by phone at (714) 392-2103 f or more information. If you happen to be in the area\, please stop by to s ee if you recognize anyone in the photos. Identifying as many faces as pos sible would deeply personalize the devastating experience that more 120\,0 00 Japanese Americans endured as a result of Executive Order 9066.\n\nThe photo binders of the yet-to-be-identified Heart Mountain incarcerees will be kept in the JAMsj library. Viewing hours are Thursday - Sunday\, from 1 2 to 4 p.m. Viewing is also available by appointment by emailing <a href=" mailto:jamsjlibrary@gmail.com">jamsjlibrary@gmail.com</a> or by calling (4 08) 294-3138.&nbsp\; SUMMARY:Help Identify Heart Mountain Photos URL:/en/events/2015/07/24/help-identify-heart-mountain-photos/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR