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Unit 6: Set 3. The Internment Diary of Toyojiro Suzuki - Images

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Fort Lincoln interment camp
Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, N.D. (Mss 20998)
main gate Ft. Lincoln
The main gate at Fort Lincoln, Bismarck, N.D.

Records do not indicate whether these photographs of snow piling up and blowing around the barracks were taken by Toyojiro Suzuki, but he does mention in his diary that he went out one day to take photographs.  He was both fascinated and horrified by the snow and cold of the northern plains, a climate that he had not experienced before his internment.

snow at ft lincoln
snow bank and bird feeder at ft lincoln
walking in the snow, ft lincoln
snow drifting at ft lincoln

red cross letter
The Red Cross sent information on Suzuki to his
mother in Japan after he completed this form
bismarck banner
This wool pennant, a typical tourist souvenir of
Bismarck, is among the papers of Toyojiro Suzuki

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