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  • Saburo Masada visits site of his internment for first time since 1942

    Saburo Masada, a Japanese American who was 12 when he and his family was held at the Fresno Assembly Center, visits the infield at the Fresno Fairgrounds racetrack where his barracks of block F stood. It was the first time he had stood on that ground since 1942.

Saburo Masada visits site of his internment for first time since 1942

Saburo Masada, a Japanese American who was 12 when he and his family was held at the Fresno Assembly Center, visits the infield at the Fresno Fairgrounds racetrack where his barracks of block F stood. It was the first time he had stood on that ground since 1942.
John Walker The Fresno Bee