|John Fuyuume ’48E, ’50E (MM) stands in
a meditation garden at a Buddhist temple in Seabrook, New Jersey, where
he directs a museum dedicated to preserving the heritage of Seabrook Farms.
Fuyuume credits the company with giving several thousand Japanese Americans
like him and his family a new start after they were interned by the U.S.
government during World War II. (Photo by Michael S. Wirtz/The Philadelphia