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- King County Snapshots: A Photographic Heritage of Seattle and Surrounding Communities
- Army-issued folding cot used at Camp Minidoka, 1942
- Richard Nicol
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- King County (Wash.)--Pictorial works
Seattle (Wash.)--Pictorial works
Historic sites--Washington (State)--King County--Pictorial works
Historic sites--Washington (State)--Seattle-- Pictorial works
- United States, Washington, King County, 47.49084, -121.83583
- artifacts (object genre)
- The Minidoka Relocation Center was one of the wartime internment camps established for people of Japanese descent, as a result of Executive Order 9066. Minidoka, located in south central Idaho, occupied a 33,000-acre site, included more than 600 buildings and housed approximately 13,000 internees from Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. It was in operation from August 1942 until October 1945.
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- Scanned from slide as a 3000 pixel TIFF image in 16-bit color, resized to 640 pixels in the longest dimension and compressed into JPEG format using CONTENTdm's image import.
- Original Collection:
- King County Museum Collections
- Contributing Institution:
- Wing Luke Asian Museum (Seattle, Wash.)