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Title TREK
Subject Internment of Japanese Americans, 1942-1945; Japanese American Evacuation and Relocation, 1942-1945
Description Newspaper published by the internees at Topaz Japanese Internment Camp.
Date 1943-02
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Digitization Specifications Scanned and OCR'd by a colleague of Jane Beckwith. University of Utah received JPEG images approximately 700x900 pixels with associated text files.
Source Original journal: TREK
Contributing Institution Topaz Museum, PO Box 241, Delta, Utah 84624
Language eng
Rights Management Digital version, copyright 2004 Topaz Museum. All rights reserved.
Metadata Cataloger Kenning Arlitsch
ARK ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj
Setname tc_tm
Date Created 2004-09-03
Date Modified 2004-09-03
ID 341494
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj

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Description ,i A* _«-,. With his eraser, John Kato rubbed a dark smudge on the collar of his one new shirt. He blew the crumbs away and inspected the collar under his desk lamp. "It's coming off, Bill," he said. His roommate, Bill Johnson, was tilted back in his chair, thoughtfully scratching his head with a slide-rule while studying a Petty anatomy on the wall. "You're taking a hell of a lot of trouble," he said, turning to John. "What happened? You find yourself a girl?" "Nope. Just thought Ifd drop down to the dance." "I thought you said you couldn't dance." "I don't.,..not very well. Just goinp down to watch, mostly., I guess. You ought to come along, Bill." "Not with a mid-term coming up Monday. How come you guys in Commerce never ..t'-seem to have any homework?" "Maybe because we finish it instead of staring at Petty pictures all evening. What^ your exam in, Anatomy?" "Can't a guy rest his eyes? I was sitting here trying to get up enough energy to make it to Wilde's room. He's got some problem sets I want to see." Bill got up from his desk and walked toward the door. "His room's 310 isn't it?" '"I don't know," John said. "It's .somewhere on the third story»" «a.*r "Thanks a hell of a lot," Bill said 10 as he wont out the door^, ; j- Standing before the vertical mirror on the closet door, John adjusted his tie. The spot on the collar was barely visible: no one would notice it in the dim lights downstairs, he thought. He put on his sport coat after carefully brushing it off; then he walked to the wall mirror, a few feet to the right of the one on the closet door. It stretched across the section of the wall, which, when pulled down, formed the bottom of his bed. He studied his reflection and wished once more that his eyos wore wi- 29
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Resource Identifier 031_pg29.jpg
Source Original journal: TREK
Setname tc_tm
Date Created 2004-09-03
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 341476
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj/341476