Amache carving, Eaton collection, courtesy of Japanese American National Museum.


A playful carving by Toshiro Morita, Amache, Colorado, 1942-1945. Courtesy Toshie Morita.


An imprisoned California resident at Rohwer, Arkansas, sculpts an eagle from a hardwood log, what the government photographer described as “a patriotic carving.” Photo by Tom Parker, Rohwer, Arkansas, March 7, 1943. National Archives.


original title: The woodcarvings on this exhibit panel at the Arts and Crafts Festival, were made by students in adult education classes. This Festival was held March 6th to 8th in Terry Hall at the center, and was sponsored by the Education Division and the Pioneer, the Granada Center newspaper.
photo: Pat Coffey, Amache, Colorado