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1 "The Sgt. Stripes are someone else's so don't get excited." Peter Oki, Dec. 18.1944-12-18Image
2 A couple of Plat Sgts.. from some outfit in Shelby. The other fellow is Peter Segawa from Hawaii. Mits Hagio. 19441944Image
3 Amputees from Hawaii at Busnell Hospital in Brigham City, Utah. Wallace Doi on back row.Image
4 Bushnell boys at the O.K. Cafe in Salt Lake City where the group would meet and play Hawaiian music for the customers. Willie Oshiro, two unidentified women, Toshio Kokubun, Jerry Miyashiro, unidentified woman, Kiyoshi Yoshii, and Willie Higa.1944Image
5 Bushnell Hospital in Brigham City, Utah.1944Image
6 Don Seki from Hawaii in Salt Lake City1944Image
7 Fort Lewis 1941. Saige Arakaki.1941Image
8 Fred Toyota in front of the OK Café in Salt Lake City's Japan Town1944Image
9 Fumio Kobayashi1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
10 George Hamai from Sacramento, California1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
11 Handa, Fujimoto, Hagio, Kobara 19441944Image
12 Joe Higa in front of OK Café in Salt Lake City's Japan Town1944Image
13 Just fooling around with a camera in the tent. Peter Oki1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
14 L. To R. Duke Tokiwa my mortar Sec. Sgt. 60 m.m. mortar. Mits Hagio. 19441944Image
15 Langer's swimming pool. Langer, Germany1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
16 Mildred Toma Coulam, Saburo Hasegawa, Seiko Arakaki1944Image
17 One of my buddies. His name is Hari from Whitefish, Montana. Hippo Sakahara's cousin.1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
18 Oshiro and myself cleaning the 105 Howitzer. Me on the left.1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
19 Peter Oki, Italy1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
20 Seiko Arakaki1944Image
21 Unidentified men with coconut.1941; 1942; 1943; 1944Image
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