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Pam Kopitzke from Modesto, CA wrote on March 12, 2017 on 5:09 pm:
As a professor teaching non-native speakers of English and living adjacent to Turlock, CA, whose fairgrounds housed Japanese in transit, I am thrilled to see this exhibit remaining online and plan to make the material here part of fall semester's class.

Thank you for creating this exhibit, and please allow it to remain available.

Thank you!
Katia Silvis from Sweden wrote on January 31, 2017 on 7:10 am:
Love the site—very user-friendly and great things to see!
Bo Tao from Tokyo wrote on November 14, 2016 on 3:46 pm:
Great exhibit, Courtney—and props to Corey for the web design. It was good to finally see this!
Mike from New York wrote on July 10, 2016 on 12:41 am:
Thank you. Very moving.
Barry and Diane VanSteenbergen from Guilford, Ct wrote on February 29, 2016 on 6:49 pm:
Very informative. We lived in Japan for three years so it had a deeper meaning for us......
Tamio Spiegel from NYC wrote on February 24, 2016 on 6:56 pm:
As the child of an internee, I greatly appreciate the Library's effort to tell our story.
Kristen Dean from Seatte, WA wrote on February 24, 2016 on 5:37 pm:
thank you for allowing the public to view this collection.
peter and letty mcphedran from north haven wrote on February 24, 2016 on 4:43 pm:
good exhibit. my family housed a nisei girl who i was/am still lucky to have as another older sister.....but i knew little about the camps.....thank you
Sam and Joan Baily from Nebuyport,MA wrote on February 24, 2016 on 4:35 pm:
Incredibly powerful exhibit!
Carolyn Ikari & Dave McCarthy from Wethersfield CT wrote on February 20, 2016 on 5:23 pm:
Thank you. Very moving.
Donna Wolicki from Plainville, CT, wrote on February 19, 2016 on 4:55 pm:
Enjoyed coming to the library. Beautiful building and good show.
susan onuma from New York, NY wrote on February 17, 2016 on 8:57 pm:
Beautiful exhibit—our group from New York was very impressed.
Bob Miller from West Hartford, CT wrote on February 17, 2016 on 8:15 pm:
Glad to see the documents and memories were preserved. My mother, Hisako Takehara, was at Heart Mountain during her high school year. She didn't tell me about the camp until I was in college.
Greg Todd from New York wrote on February 16, 2016 on 7:49 pm:
Excellent show. I visited Manzanar 20 years ago and have wanted to know more ever since.
Eric & Katherine Baumgartner from Redding, CT wrote on February 16, 2016 on 4:50 pm:
A fascinating look at one of the darkest episodes in American history. A visit to Manzanar NHS should be on every American's must-see list.