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Sandals [geta]

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Title:  

Sandals [geta]
Date:
c. 1943

Content Description: 

Geta, traditional Japanese footware, were made in camp. A cross between a clog and a sandal, the raised base kept the feet off the ground. At Manzanar, geta were commonly used to go from the barracks to the latrine buildings which might be several hundred feet away.

Physical Description: 

Wood, cotton. H 24.0, W 9.5, T 4.1 cm

Location:
5001 Hwy. 395 Independence,California 93526
Identifier:
MANZ 4124

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