Drawing by Colonel Malcolm Fortier recording the beards worn by his fellow Japanese prisoners of war during World War II. After the war Fortier turned his images into a book called The Life of A POW Under the Japanese In Caricature. Fourth from the right in this drawing is Colonel James C. Hughes who was at Tarlac Camp with Fortier.
Hughes, a Kansan, is among a select number of soldiers who served in a major military expedition as well as two world wars. As a photographer took more than 600 images documenting his time at the Mexican border in 1916 and in Europe during 1919. As a Japanese prisoner of war in World War II, Hughes kept a daily diary and, upon liberation, brought home items from his imprisonment. He and his family donated most of these items to the Kansas Museum of History.
More information at: https://www.kshs.org/kansapedia/james-clark-hughes/19881