Crocker Museum kept Japanese American art safe during WWII internment

Crocker Museum kept Japanese American art safe during WWII internment

That same year, on April 10, what was then called the E.B. Crocker Art Gallery began receiving and storing artistic works from 27 Japanese American families, most of them in the Sacramento area. The Crocker kept the kimonos, dolls, Buddhist shrines, …

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