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January 4, 1942

Washed clothes. Three more cases. The men moved into the next barracks building, relieving the terribly crowded conditions of over 500 in a building intended for maximum of 250. Jerry was taken to town to open up his office safe but it had been blown and jammed. We were all lined up on the tennis court inside the high wire for roll call names and numbers. Inspection in the middle of the night. A Bombay Indian and an American Indian were brought into internment together.

Two meals a day, cooked by our men organized into a kitchen staff—the first organizing by us allowed by the enemy.