Parker, Ariz.

 Parker, Arizona in Yuma County, was an unincorporated town in 1942.

                                                               Sheriff Jim Washum

A War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry is situated on the Colorado River Indian Reservation, near Parker. Photographer: Clem Albers for the War Relocation Authority, Dept of the Interior. Poston, Arizona. 4/9/1942

                                     Poster on barber shop door - "Japs Keep Out!"

"November 11, 1944, Poston, AZ. Close-up of door of barber shop by owned by Andy Hale, in a little desert town of Parker, 15 miles from where is located the Colorado River Relocation Center. Evacuees from the center, who cannot leave its confines without a pass, are discouraged from shopping in Parker, by WRA officials." National Archives.

Original caption: "Barber shop in Parker, owned by Andy Hale, from street intersection. The shop is in the same building with the Grandview Hotel where Matsuda spent Wednesday night and was courteously treated. A Parker cafe-owner was caught by the camera as he watched the photographer."

Parker, Arizona