Japanese American men from Seattle, Washington sit outside a barracks during their four month stay at Puyallup Assembly Center in 1942. The Relocation Authority named the temporary internment facility, 'Camp Harmony.' The internees in turn named their barracks the 'The Waldorf Astoria.'
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