Arial view of Tanforan
Map containing the location of the Tanforan Assembly Center.
Japanese Americans working in a strawberry patch, caption reads: "In the strawberry patch, Wada, founder of colony, talks things over with the superintendent of a neighboring mine.
A guard on watch duty at Tanforan Assembly Center.
An illustration of Japanese American relocation.
A map of the Central Utah Relocation Center Project Area.
Japanese American youth and adults browsing at the Topaz Co-op Store.
View of Topaz barracks from the side.
Image of barracks at Topaz.
Image of preschool students at Topaz.
Image of high school students waiting for an assembly meeting.
Photograph of internees pounding dough to make mochi (a sticky Japanese rice cake) for New Years.
Photograph of workers clearing fields for agricultural use. Some of the works appear to be adolescents.
Photograph of Topaz from above.
Photo of an adult night class at Topaz. There were many night classes at Topaz that taught adults subjects from English language and Americanization to Psychology.
Image of boy walking through mud outside of a barrack.
Photograph of Topaz "residents" arriving at Topaz. Luggage is piled high next to barracks.
Illustration of a guard at a camp gate.
View of Topaz from the East towards the South.
Crowd of Japanese Americans at Topaz.
Japanese American girl standing in front of drying laundry hanging outside of barrack.
Japanese American boy standing in front of barracks at Topaz. Back of the photo reads "Sumida."
Japanese American woman singing national anthem at Topaz.
"Japs keep out you rats" sign in Barstow, California in 1942.
Wanto Company Grocery store in California with sign, "I AM AN AMERICAN" in 1942. Once relocation was ordered, Japanese Americans were forced to sell their businesses and leave their jobs regardless of loyalty to the United States.
High school boy studying next to a desk in a barrack.
Topaz High School graduation in 1945 in the High School gymnasium.
Relocation sign from Mr. and Mrs. K. Iseri in California in 1942. It reads: "Many thanks for your patronage. Hope to serve you in near future. God be with you till we meet again."
Lines to eat at Tanforan Race Track, an assembly center. Many of the Japanese Americans at Tanforan would be relocated to Topaz Relocation Center.
Two children participating in Kabuki, a Japanese dance drama.
Crowd gathered in recreation hall or dining hall.
Boy scouts salute.
USS WEST VIRGINIA and USS ARIZONA smoking after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
"The Combo" preforming at Topaz. Sadie Tokata (piano); Ich Sasaki (guitar); G. Sakashita; Kaz Maruoko (trumpet): Albert Noda (saxophone)
Topaz Deputy Director, James F. Hughes, giving merit badges to Boy Scouts at a Court of Honor.
Japanese American men and adolescents clearing sagebrush to create room for animal forage and gardening.
Japanese American children pose outside while teacher supervises.
A former boy scout troop from Los Angeles performs at the Topaz Hospital dedication.
Topaz High students present the American Flag before the start of a football game between Topaz High School and Millard County High School.
"Biographical History of Frank Clark," including refrences to parents and grandparents. This history does not include the famous bear story, but rather gives background on Frank Clark, himself.
Photograph of scouts who retrieved Old Ephraim's head. Pictured are Ezra Cardon, Alma Burgoyne, Harold Rosengreen, Lester Dunford, Fred Hodgson, Henry Dains, Herbert May, and Horace Bunce. Probably Logan Canyon. 1923.
A photograph of Cache National Forest Grazing survey camp at Franklin Basin Ranger Station, Franklin County, Idaho. 1900s.
Photograph portrait of Frank Clark, taken ca. 1920. Photograph courtesy of courtesy of Dean and Marcia Green.
KVNU program copy of the Old Ephraim account, September 30, 1975. Transcript is typed with handwritten edits.
Keith Jorgensen's Magnavox Home Entertainment Center heading with story of Old Ephraim typed, between 1960 and 1979.
An article from Bear Lake Magazine describing the story of Old Ephraim, September 15, 1979.
A brochure from American Savings explaining the Legend of Old Ephraim.
A photograph of a statue of Old Ephraim in front of American Savings in Logan, 1986.
A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.