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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.
Charlotte Honda from New Fairfield, CT wrote on February 15, 2016 on 6:38 pm:
Memories, dreams & harsh realities of part of my life history. Thank you.
Nick & Josh from Seattle wrote on February 9, 2016 on 2:35 pm:
Enjoyed viewing so many pieces of history. Thank you!
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Mohd Arif from New Delhi wrote on January 16, 2016 on 8:34 pm:
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Denise Matsubara Lapidus from Berkeley, CA wrote on December 17, 2015 on 3:54 am:
Hope this exhibit makes its way to California soon.
Maria Andrade from Boise wrote on December 12, 2015 on 9:36 pm:
Will we ever learn? Jailing children and women asylum seekers in modern day internment camps at Artesia, Berks, Karnes and Diley
Andrew Free from Nashville, TN wrote on December 12, 2015 on 9:33 pm:
Dilley, Texas; Karnes, Texas; Berks, Pennsylvania =
Yvonne Morikawa Hartman from Strasburg, VA wrote on December 8, 2015 on 1:51 pm:
Many thanks for this information. My father was one of the many held at Manzanar.
Marlene from New Haven, CT wrote on December 7, 2015 on 9:02 pm:
Thanks for the exhibit.
Connie Royster from New Haven, CT wrote on December 7, 2015 on 8:31 pm:
Just coming out of the manuscripts room, it is a coincidence that I happen to visit this exhibit today -- Pearl Harbor Day. Remembering YDS alum Fumiye who witnessed the bomb and established an endowed scholarship for peace studies.
Catherine Ladnier from Greenwich, CT wrote on December 7, 2015 on 7:10 pm:
I visited the exhibit last week and found it very moving. Since 2010, I have been putting on programs on the Japanese American experience --based on letters written by Mills College students. The Mills girls wrote to the President Aurelia Reinhardt from their internment camps. The President was a 1905 PhD from Yale. Your exhibit had a piece from Mine Okubo. Mills College gave her her first public showing. I would be most interested in contributing to your programs. My website is www.deareva.org.