Sitting On Potatoes: A Lumpy Adventure from Manzanar to the Corporate World
Carl Nomura's autobiography, Sleeping on Potatoes, begins, “I was born in a boxcar somewhere between Deer Lodge and Three Forks.” From a childhood of poverty during the Great Depression to being incarcerated into Manzanar (a Japanese Relocation Camp) during WWII, drafted into the U.S. Army and from the University of Minnesota, to Honeywell, Inc, to fatherhood -- Sleeping on Potatoes, is a wonderfully evocative account of Nomura's life and times.
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