Yoshinori Himel and his wife, Barbara Takei, hold internment camp relics of the sort being auctioned off by New Jersey-based Rago Arts and Auctions. Himel found his mother’s photo in one of the lots being auctioned, and they are leading a national campaign to stop the sale.
Yoshinori Himel and his wife, Barbara Takei, hold internment camp relics of the sort being auctioned off by New Jersey-based Rago Arts and Auctions. Himel found his mother’s photo in one of the lots being auctioned, and they are leading a national campaign to stop the sale. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Yoshinori Himel and his wife, Barbara Takei, hold internment camp relics of the sort being auctioned off by New Jersey-based Rago Arts and Auctions. Himel found his mother’s photo in one of the lots being auctioned, and they are leading a national campaign to stop the sale. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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