Photograph Collections



85
F3480:2–75
Department of Social Welfare Records
Photographs. 1935–1969. 83 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints and negatives.

Photographs depict aid recipients (children, families, Native Americans, and older people); homeless people (including several hobo camps or transient camps in Sacramento along the river); children participating in school lunch programs; and department personnel (field agents).

See the Department of Social Welfare Records finding aid at the California State Archives for more information about agency programs.


86
F3729:143
Department of Social Welfare Records
War Services. Wartime Civilian Control Administration.

Photographs. 1942. 42 items.

Unarranged. Format included is: photographic prints.

Contains images of Japanese–Americans at unidentified control stations en route to internment camps during World War II.

See the Department of Social Welfare Records finding aid at the California State Archives for information about related records.

Black and white photograph of a Japanese internment camp taken in 1942. The image shows a Japanese-American father with his baby, son, and wife in the foreground, while hundreds of Japanese-Americans stand with their luggage in the background waiting to enter the internment camp.


California
State Archives




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