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 In this historic photo from 1942, Fumiko Hayashida, then 31 and pregnant, carries her daughter Natalie, 1, to the ferry that will take them from Bainbridge Island to internment camps in World War II. They each have identification tags tied to their clothing.

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In this historic photo from 1942, Fumiko Hayashida, then 31 and pregnant, carries her daughter Natalie, 1, to the ferry that will take them from Bainbridge Island to internment camps in World War II. They each have identification tags tied to their clothing. Read story

Obituary: Fumiko Hayashida, 103, the face of WWII internment

Fumiko Hayashida was the subject of a famous photograph taken in March 1942 as she waited with her children on Bainbridge Island to be forced into internment. She died in Seattle this month at age 103.


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