Print Yuki Okinaga by Russell Lee (8x10)

Item # 220488.

There are two iconic images of this child resting on her suitcase waiting at Union Station to be transported to Manzanar with her family. Another version of this moment in time was taken by Clem Albers. Yuki grew up to be the assistant dean of students at  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She raised a family and remained outspoken about the injustice of her early incarceration.

This is an archival digital print created using 100% acid-free cotton fine art paper and the highest quality pigmented, non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink available with a color permanence rating of at least 200 years. Print size 8" x 10". Comes sleeved with foam core backing board.

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