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Miné Okubo, Number 13660

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2015-05-13T15:15:00-05:00
Summary:
For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, archivist Rihoko Ueno examines how the life and work of artist Miné Okubo was affected by being detained in an internment camp during World War II. Our Stall, Tanforan, ca. 1942-1944. Bob Stocksdale and Kay Sekimachi papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Citizen 13660 is the title of artist Miné Okubo’s acclaimed book with illustrations based on her experiences in internment camps during World War II. The number 13660 was also significant in that it was the collective “family number” assigned to Miné Okubo and her younger brother Toku; first at the central...
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