Note:Part 1 is a lower-quality duplicate of part 3. Sections of silence between intro and interview in parts 1 and 3. Hiss and noise as on original tape.
Description: This oral history interview with Lilly Maeno Fukunaga covers her life before, during, and after World War II. Her story provides insight into the the history of Japanese Americans in Los Angeles. This material focuses on Japanese-American life in Los Angeles before World War II, evacuation, internment, and life following release from the camps.
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Interviewer: Iino, Grace
Speaker: Fukunaga, Lily Maeno