This photo taken in Jerome, Arkansas, shows three men sawing a log. Prisoners had various jobs at the camp, and these men were in charge of cutting up wood. They're posing for the picture and smiling, showing the spirit of Japanese Americans while they were imprisoned. On the back of the photo it says, "Cutting down trees in the woods for fuel to heat the barracks in Arkansas".
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