Friday, 19 October 2012


This is the box that a Japanese family from British Columbia made
 and used to bring their possessions first to their place of Internment at NEYS
 and then to NIPIGON where they lived for many years.

It survived the  museum fire of 1990
 because it was in the basement at that time.

The family's son visited the Museum
 during the celebration of
Nipigon's One Hundredth Year of Incorporation in 2009

The paper is 11 inches.

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