Through Innocent Eyes - Writings and Art from the Japanese American Internment
By Poston I Schoolchildren
Originally compiled in 1943 as Out of the Desert by Ray Franchi and Paul Takeda, Through Innocent Eyes is a collection of works written by young Nisei (second generation Japanese Americans) and published during their time in the Poston Camp. Found 45 years after its disappearance, these writings were reprinted and paired with artwork from the original camp publication.
Paper: 120 pp.