During World War II, Isamu Taniguchi was one of six-thousand-plus immigrants sent to a little-known internment camp in South Texas for being a suspected spy. In this excerpt from her new book, Jan Jarboe Russell uncovers how he and his family emerged unbroken.
The Culture |
December 9, 2014
February 9, 2012
Observant Houstonians have discovered a new holy image in a mundane object.