August 22, 2011
latimes:

A Japanese internment camp revisited: Hundreds of Japanese Americans interned during World War II at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming return — many for the first time — for a reunion and museum opening. 
(Not into trucker caps, personally, but Bacon Sakatani, above, totally gets a pass.)
Photo: At the reunion’s opening dinner, Bacon Sakatani wore his Heart Mountain trucker’s cap and his jeans rolled up about four inches, just as he did as a kid at the camp. View more photos at the gallery. Credit: Esmeralda Bermudez / Los Angeles Times

latimes:

A Japanese internment camp revisited: Hundreds of Japanese Americans interned during World War II at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming return — many for the first time — for a reunion and museum opening

(Not into trucker caps, personally, but Bacon Sakatani, above, totally gets a pass.)

Photo: At the reunion’s opening dinner, Bacon Sakatani wore his Heart Mountain trucker’s cap and his jeans rolled up about four inches, just as he did as a kid at the camp. View more photos at the gallery. Credit: Esmeralda Bermudez / Los Angeles Times

(Source: Los Angeles Times)

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