Miné Okubo Residence

17 East 9th Street

The Venue

After Miné Okubo‘s release from Japanese-American internment camps, she relocated to New York at East 9th Street. She was most famous for chronicling her own experiences in internment during WWII in her book “Citizen 13660” which included over 2000 sketches and drawings that she made in the camps.

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