Corsage in the shape of a Lily-of-the-Valley flower. Corsage has small white shell "flowers", green velvet "leaves", and green wire "stalks".
Made in Tule Lake Japanese internment camp during World War II. Tule Lake camp was known for its deposits of shells, which incarcerated people dug up and used in various arts and crafts.
|Credit line||White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of Carolyn Yamada.|