Mess Hall at Pinedale Assembly Center

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Japanese Americans were initially housed in “assembly centers,” which were usually hastily converted fair grounds, race tracks, and livestock pavilions, while more permanent camps were constructed. In this photo, incarcerees eat in the mess hall at the Pinedale Assembly Center eight miles north of downtown Fresno. Courtesy of Library of Congress

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