Heart Mountain Relocation Center Roster
This digital resources list was obtained from the National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 210. Any errors or omissions that have come to our attention have been amended on our hard copy at the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you identify any further roster inconsistencies. Adjustments will only be made on the on-site, hard copy, and will not be reflected on the electronic copies available on our website.
Click below to view or download the digital resources sections of the Roster of those incarcerated at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center. Incarcerees are listed alphabetically by last name. The Roster has been imaged only and is NOT full-text searchable.
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Photo Research & Online Archive Resources
Further digital resources are available from a wide variety of sources. Check out some of these organizations and websites below.
Library of Congress: “Japanese-American Internment Camp Newspapers, 1942 to 1946”
Produced by the Japanese Americans incarcerated at assembly centers and “relocation centers” around the country during World War II, these newspapers provide a unique look into the daily lives of the people who were held in these camps.
George and Frank C. Hirahara Photograph Collection, 1943-1945 (WSU)
The George and Frank C. Hirahara Collection is considered the largest private collection of photos depicting life in the Japanese American internment camp at Heart Mountain Wyoming. This collection contains over 2000 images taken and processed from January 1943 to November 1945. Collection maintained by Washington State University.
UCLA: Estelle Ishigo papers 1941-1957
The collection consists of documents, records, correspondence, photographs, paintings, pencil drawings and sketches, and watercolor sketches related to Estelle Ishigo’s life in the Pomona Assembly Center, California and the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. There is also material related to the Ishigo’s postwar resettlement in Southern California. Archive maintained at UCLA Library Special Collection