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SULO ANNALA, second from left, with fellow Crag Rats. Writes Maija Yasui: “It was in his Finnish genes to help others, whether on the mountains he loved or in the orchards he planted and nurtured throughout his life. He never spoke of the helpful actions that meant so much to his Japanese neighbors” during and following World War II when Japanese-Americans were incarcerated and ostracized and persecuted upon returning home.

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