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The Enola Gay (dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima) on Tinian, WWII. (Note: scanned from a pre-screened original). (N-1992.03).
Small boat approaches Anatahan (Northern Marianas) in June, 1950, prior to surrender of Japanese hold-out group from World War II. (N-1993.01).
Kazuo Higa poses with part of "rescue party" at Anatahan anchorage. Far right: Lt. Commander James Johnson. (N-34A/34B).
Kazuo Higa sees another woman for the first time in six years at Charlie Dock, Saipan, June 1950. Woman on right is Elouise Johnson, wife of Deputy Civil Administrator, Saipan. ( N-1993.04).
Junji Inoue reads document urging his compatriots to surrender. Scene aboard M.V. Cocopa, Anatahan, June 1951.
Junji Inoue's personal implements. Note fiber zoris, coconut husk hat, knives fashioned from B-29 wreckage. (N-1993.07).
Memorial to U.S. forces (WWII), Blue Beach District Historical Park. Photo by R. Wenkam. (N-2549.01).