- Agricultural Exhibit - Yesterday's Farmer: Planting an American Dream
- Pioneers of San Jose Japantown
- World War II: Assembly Centers and Internment Camps Exhibit
- 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team (RCT)
- World War II: Military Intelligence Service (MIS)
- Post World War II: Resettlement
- Sports in the Japanese American Community
- Common Ground
Post World War II: Resettlement
'My grandfather, Torahiko Kawakami, managed the hostel at the Buddhist Church Annex.
After their release from the camps, many Japanese Americans had no home, job or community to come back to. In this collection of photographs and written personal memories, local community members tell how they rebuilt their lives and raised their families in the postwar environment here in the Santa Clara Valley.
The hostel was set up for the heads of the household, who came back just for the resettlement by opening/cleaning their homes or find a house/apt. to rent. After the hostel closed, our multi-generational family stayed briefly, with three other families, in the JACL Bldg. on N. Fifth St.'
- Mari Terada"
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