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War Relocation Authority (WRA): Administrative and Personnel Management Handbooks, Reports

Box 1

Personnel Management Handbook.

Box 1

Administrative Manual. Volume I.

Box 2

Administrative Manual. Volume II.

Box 3

Administrative Manual. Volume III (Finance Handbook).

Box 4

Project Director's Final Report. Feb. 15, 1946.

Physical Description: 5 volumes. (250 + 1592 leaves.) Typescript (carbon).
Box 4

Volume I - Final Report.

Physical Description: 250 leaves.

Note

Includes copy of Born Free and Equal, by Ansel Adams.
Box 4

Volume II - Final Sectional Reports.

Box 5

Volume III - Final Sectional Reports.

Box 5

Volume IV - Final Sectional Reports.

Box 5

Volume V - Personal Narratives of Staff Members.

 

Wartime Civil Control Administration (WCCA) - Manzanar File

Scope and Content Note

Communications, releases, etc. from WCCA filed under the following headings:
Box 6

WCCA: A-Q

Scope and Content Note

  • Army
  • Canteens - Center Stores
  • Clippings (newspapers)
  • Community Activities
  • Dissolution of the WCCA
  • Education
  • Employment - recruitment
  • Evacuation
  • Includes copy of California and Her Less Favored Minorities, by Ruth McKee, prepared for the WRA, April 1944.
  • Evacuee Property
  • Family Reunion (Information Center). 2 folders.
  • Fiscal
  • Government
  • Housing
  • Information Office
  • Mess
  • Personnel
  • Police - Reports, Police Department
  • Production - Agriculture and Industry
  • Property Control
Box 7

WCCA: R-Z

Scope and Content Note

  • Records
  • Reports
  • Reports - Information Office. March 24, 1942 - April 30, 1942
  • Reports - Information Office. May 1942
  • Reports - Information Office. June 1942
  • Welfare
 

War Relocation Authority (WRA) - Manzanar file

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reports, releases, etc. from WRA filed under the following headings:
Box 7

WRA: A-B

Scope and Content Note

  • Administration
  • Agriculture
  • America in the Making
  • Army - Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP)
  • Auditorium, rules governing
  • Bainbridge Island Group
  • Bibliography
  • Bulletins - Project Director
Box 8

WRA: C

Scope and Content Note

  • Camouflage Project
  • Cemeteries
  • Center Closure
  • Community Activities
  • Community Government. 2 folders.
  • Includes Minutes of Block Managers' Meetings, 1942-1943
  • Community Government - Advisory Board
Box 9

WRA: C (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Community Government - Block Managers' Reports, June - December, 1942. 7 folders.
Box 10

WRA: C (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Community Government - Block Managers' Reports, January-September, 1943. 9 folders.
Box 11

WRA: C (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Community Government - Block Managers' Reports, October 1943-December, 1944, 1945. 16 folders.

Note

See Boxes 29-45 for daily reports of block managers.
Box 12

WRA: C-D

Scope and Content Note

  • Community Government - History of Internal Government
  • A History of Internal Government at Manzanar, by Morris Edward Opler, Community Analyst, Manzanar Relocation Center. March 1942 to December 6, 1942
  • Community Government - Manzanar Work Corps & Fair Practices Committee
  • Community Government - Manzanar Work Corps & Fair Practices Committee - Candidates
  • Community Government - Manzanar Work Corps & Fair Practices Committee - Constitution
  • Community Government - Manzanar Work Corps & Fair Practices Committee - Press Releases
  • Community Government - Manzanar Work Corps & Fair Practices Committee - Report
  • Community Government - Negotiating Committee (Committee of 108)
  • Community Government - Town Hall Bulletins
  • Conferences
  • Confidential, Miscellaneous letters
  • Co-op - Financial Statements
  • Co-op - Memo of Understanding - Manzanar Free Press
  • Co-op - Miscellaneous papers re: development
  • Court Decisions
  • Department of Justice
Box 13

WRA: E

Scope and Content Note

  • Education
  • Education (Publications)
  • Employment
  • Engineering
  • Evacuee Property
Box 14

WRA: F-G

Scope and Content Note

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • Fire Protection
  • Fiscal
  • Fiscal - Script, Issuance of; Appropriations, etc.; Budget
  • Free Press (Manzanar)
  • Guayule Reports, 1942-1945 & Final Report. 3 folders.
Box 15

WRA: H-J

Scope and Content Note

  • Honda Family records - 6 folders.
  • Hospital
  • Housing, evacuee
  • Industry
  • International Relations - Geneva Treaty, Red Cross Messages, etc.
  • International Relations - The Repatriate - Expatriate Group of Manzanar, by Morris E. Opler, Community Analyst, Manzanar Relocation Center.
  • International Relations - Repatriation and Expatriation
  • International Relations - Spanish Consul
  • Investigations - Senator Chandler
  • Investigations - Dies, Martin & Committee
  • Investigations - Ford, Leland
  • Investigations - Mulvey
  • Investigations - Jack B. Tenny
  • Investigations - Tolan Committee
  • Investigations - Webster
  • Issei
  • Japanese organizations, holidays, etc.
Box 16

WRA: K-L

Scope and Content Note

  • Kibei
  • Kibei - Hearings
  • Kibei - Nisei Study
  • Language - Lexicon of Center Terms
  • Law and Order
  • Law and Order - Incident - Administration of Center
  • Law and Order - Incident - Death Valley Group
  • Law and Order - Incident - Events leading up to and including incident - August 1942 - December 21, 1942
  • Law and Order - Incident - Events leading up to and including incident - December 21, 1942
  • Law and Order - Incident - Moab
Box 17

WRA: L-M

Scope and Content Note

  • Law and Order - Incident - Persons involved, miscellaneous papers on
  • Law and Order - Incident - Press Releases
  • Law and Order - Judicial Committee
  • Law and Order - Peace Committee
  • Law and Order - Project Director's Court
  • Manzanar, description of
  • Manzanar - Citizens Federation
  • Manzanar - Early Days
  • Manzanar - Lease
  • Manzanar - Transfer from WCCA to WRA
  • Memorials to Manzanar Servicemen
  • Merritt, Ralph P. - Scrapbook items, 1942 - 1943 - 3 folders.
Box 18

WRA: M (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Merritt, Ralph P. - Scrapbook items, 1944 - 1946 5 folders.
  • Merritt, Ralph P. - Speeches of, etc. - 2 folders.
  • Mess Division
  • Mess Division - Mess Hall Workers Association
  • Military Police
  • Motor Pool
  • Meyer, Dillon S. - Director's Speeches
Box 19

WRA: N-P

Scope and Content Note

  • Nisei
  • Personnel
  • Project Attorney
  • Project Attorney - Legal Aid Office
  • Project Director - Personnel
  • Project Director - Speeches by

Note

See also Merritt file.
  • Public Relations - Center Publications - Manuscripts, typescript carbons
  • Public Relations - Center Publications - Newspapers
  • Public Relations - Center Publications - Pamphlets or bound publications
  • Public Relations - Evacuation, articles on
  • Public Relations - Evacuation, publications on - Ansel Adams
Box 20

WRA: P (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Public Relations - Articles on Japanese-Americans - Clippings
  • Public Relations - Articles on Japanese-Americans - Magazines, pamphlets, etc., 1943 - 1944
  • Public Relations - Articles on Japanese-Americans - Magazines, pamphlets, etc., 1945 - 1946
  • Public Relations - Articles on Japanese-Americans - Manuscripts and mimeographs
  • Public Relations - Clippings (newspapers) - 3 folders.
  • Public Relations - Correspondence re: news accounts
Box 21

WRA: P-R

Scope and Content Note

  • Public Relations - Committees on Fair Play, Civil Liberties, etc.
  • Public Relations - Japan re: attitudes towards Nisei
  • Public Relations - Mailing lists, letters, etc.
  • Public Relations - Miscellaneous
  • Public Relations - Nisei in Uniform
  • Public Relations - State and County
  • Public Relations - State, County, etc. Coordinating Committees
  • Public Safety and Health Committee
  • Regional Office - Circulars (#1-93)
Box 22

WRA: R (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Regional Office - Circulars (dup. set #1-92)
  • Regional Office - San Francisco
  • Relocation - 1942
  • Relocation - January - June, 1943 - Correspondence, memos, etc.
  • Relocation - July - December, 1943 & undated - Correspondence, memos, etc.
  • Relocation - 1943 - Printed material
Box 23

WRA: R (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Relocation - 1944
  • Relocation - 1944 - A Study of Change of Answer Cases at Manzanar, by M. E. Opler, Community Analyst. April 3, 1944. - 88 leaves. Typescript (carbon). 2 copies.
  • Relocation - 1945
  • Relocation - Leave Clearance Hearings
  • Relocation - Leave procedures, furloughs, etc.
  • Relocation - Offices
  • Relocation - Registration, 1942 - April 1943
  • Relocation - Registration, May - December 1943
  • Relocation - Registration, 1944 - 1945
Box 24

WRA: R (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Relocation - Registration, Army and leave clearance, Confidential, June 1943
  • Relocation - Volunteers
  • Reports - Chapman
  • Reports - Final, preparation of
  • Reports - Project (Reports Office): June - October, 1942 - 5 folders.
Box 25

WRA: R (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Reports - Project (Reports Office): November 1942 - January 1944 - 15 folders.
Box 73*

WRA: R (continued)

Scope and Content Note

  • Reports - Project (Reports Office): February 1944 - September 1945 - 19 folders.

Note

*[formerly Box 25a]
Box 26

WRA: R-S

Scope and Content Note

  • First Quarterly Report. March 18 to June 30, 1942 - Mimeograph. 2 copies.
  • Second Quarterly Report. July 1 to September 30, 1942 - Mimeograph. 2 copies.
  • Quarterly Report. October 1 to December 31, 1942 - Mimeograph. 2 copies.
  • Semi-Annual Report. January 1 to June 30, 1943 - Mimeograph. 2 copies.
  • Semi-Annual Report. January 1 to June 30, 1944 - Mimeograph. 1 copy.
  • Miscellaneous. - 2 items.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. - Statement on Americanism - Broadside.
  • Segregation - General - Correspondence, memos
  • Segregation - General - Statements and Releases
  • Segregation - General - Studies of Segregants at Manzanar, by M. Opler. - vii, 130 leaves. Typescript (carbon)
  • Segregation - Tule Lake - Employment Breakdown of Workers Scheduled For Segregation to Tule Lake, September 15, 1943.
  • Segregation - Tule Lake - Segregation Roster - 2 copies.
Box 27

WRA: S-U

Scope and Content Note

  • Segregation - Handbook
  • Segregation - Handbook - Bulletins, schedules, etc.
  • Segregation - Hearings
  • Segregation - Responsibility of Army
  • Segregation - Train Commander, instructions to (A. T. Williams)
  • Solicitor's Validity of Detention - 2 copies.
  • Statistics
  • Un-American Activities
Box 28

WRA: U-Z

Scope and Content Note

  • U.S.O.
  • Visitors - Soldiers
  • War Relocation Authority - Centers
  • War Relocation Authority, memo of agreement with War Department
  • War Relocation Authority, principle of
  • Welfare
  • Welfare - Religion
  • Welfare - YWCA, etc.
  • Western Defense Command - Army Hearings
  • Western Defense Command - Proclamations
 

Manzanar Relocation Center - Daily reports of block managers to Town Hall 1942-1944

Note

See also: Box 11, for Block Manager reports.

Scope and Content Note

Includes minutes of block meetings.
Box 29

Block Managers - Daily Reports July-Aug., 1942

Physical Description: 7 folders.

Note

See also Box 45.
Box 30

Block Managers - Daily Reports Sept.-Oct., 1942

Physical Description: 9 folders.

Note

See also Box 45.
Box 31

Block Managers - Daily Reports Nov.-Dec., 1942

Physical Description: 6 folders.

Note

See also Box 45
Box 32

Block Managers - Daily Reports Jan.-Feb., 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 33

Block Managers - Daily Reports Feb.-April, 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 34

Block Managers - Daily Reports April-June, 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 35

Block Managers - Daily Reports June-July, 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 36

Block Managers - Daily Reports July-Aug., 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 37

Block Managers - Daily Reports Sept.-Oct., 1943

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 38

Block Managers - Daily Reports Oct.-Nov., 1943

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 39

Block Managers - Daily Reports Nov.-Dec., 1943

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 40

Block Managers - Daily Reports Dec. 1943-Jan. 1944

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 41

Block Managers - Daily Reports Jan.-Feb., 1944

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 42

Block Managers - Daily Reports March-April, 1944

Physical Description: 6 folders.
Box 43

Block Managers - Daily Reports April-May, 1944

Physical Description: 7 folders.
Box 44

Block Managers - Daily Reports May-Aug., 1944

Physical Description: 8 folders.
Box 45

Miscellaneous Block Managers Daily Reports July-Nov. 1942

Physical Description: 2 folders.
Box 45

Daily Reports from Town Hall June 1942; July 1942

Physical Description: 9 folders.
Box 45

[no further description available] Sept. 1942; April, 1943; Jan.-May, 1944

 

Manzanar Relocation Center - Town Hall Records

Box 46

Block Managers Assembly - Minutes November 1943 - October 1945

Box 46

Block Managers - Resignation and appointments of.

Box 46

Change of Block Managers - Memos.

Box 46

Community activities.

Box 46

Community activities - Cooperative association.

Box 46

Community activities - Cooperative association (F. Yasuda).

Box 46

Community fund.

Box 46

Cooperative enterprises - Mr. Frank Yasuda.

Box 46

Coordinating Counsel Meeting November -December 1944

Box 46

Letters of Appreciation (from Town Hall).

Box 46

Personnel - Block Managers committees, etc.

Box 46

Personnel Department.

Box 46

Private Enterprise - list.

Box 46

Property Owners Delegates.

Box 46

Register for meeting.

Box 46

Requests and inquiries from residents.

Box 46

Segregation.

Box 46

Soldiers addresses.

Box 46

Soldiers who left from Manzanar - list.

Box 46

U.S.O.

Box 46

Miscellaneous - Spanish Consul visit, future policy, etc.

 

Ralph P. Merritt (Project Director) Office file

Box 47

Diary (office) as kept by Mrs. Hooper.

Box 47

Gila River Project, Rivers, Arizona. Legislative manual.

Box 47

Manzanar Inventory November 15, 1945.

Physical Description: Black notebook.
Box 47

Manzanar - maps and plans.

Box 47

Manzanar - scripts and songs.

Box 47

Manzanar - scripts and songs

Physical Description: Carbon copy.
Box 48

Correspondence, memos, etc. - unsorted.

Box 48

Official WRA Releases.

Box 48

Statements (addresses) re: Japanese, relocation, etc., by various people various dates

Box 48

Miscellaneous clippings and articles.

Box 48

Miscellaneous reports, mostly project related.

Box 48

Merritt, “letter to myself for future reference.” Dec. 1951

Physical Description: 2 leaves. Carbon.
 

Far Eastern Propaganda Analysis files

Box 49

Propaganda Analysis Files June, July, September - November 1943

Physical Description: 5 folders.
Box 49

Special Reports - “Restricted”

Physical Description: 1 folder (22 items).
Box 50

Propaganda Analysis Files July - November 1944

Physical Description: 4 folders.
Box 51

Propaganda Analysis Files December 1944 - April 1945

Physical Description: 5 folders.
 

Propaganda techniques April 1945

Physical Description: 1 folder.
Box 52

Propaganda Analysis Files May - September 1945

Physical Description: 5 folders.
 

Alphabetical file of newspaper clippings re: WRA, Manzanar, etc.

Box 53

Newspaper Clippings: A - M

Scope and Content Note

  • Army - Nisei in service
  • Books on WRA matters
  • Churches
  • Columnists - National
  • Congressional action
  • Deportation, repatriation, etc.
  • Editorials, general
  • Elections, politics
  • Exclusion orders - Army ban, etc.
  • Farm & Agriculture
  • Feature Articles of importance
  • Flipinos, Mexicans, & other minorities
  • Housing for Japanese-Americans
  • Incidents, other areas
  • Incidents, Southern California area
  • Jobs for Japanese-Americans
  • Legal cases and laws
  • Legion, VFW, etc.
  • Letters to editors
  • Masuda, Mary
  • Myer, Dillon S
Box 54

Newspaper Clippings: O - Z, unsorted

Scope and Content Note

  • Officials - Govt., etc. - Atty. General Clark, etc.
  • Opposition and Criticism - Lechner, etc.
  • Prisoners of War
  • Releases from centers
  • Social Welfare
  • Speeches and Meetings
  • Spy Case Publicity (including films)
  • Statistical Data
  • Storage of Property
  • Miscellaneous - unsorted
 

Manzanar Relocation Center - Numbered photographic negatives and prints

Box 55

Numbered photographic negatives

Note

Over 400 miscellaneous views of Manzanar, from the construction of the camp to its destruction.
Contact prints are included with many of the negatives.
Box 56

Notebook

Note

Index to subjects of numbered negatives, prepared by Robert L. Brown, Assistant Project Director, Feb. 1946.
Box 56

Prints

Note

Miscellaneous prints made from negatives in Box 55.
Physical Description: 3 folders.
 

Manzanar Relocation Center - War Relocation Authority photographs

Boxes 65-67

War Relocation Authority photographs. Midland Savings Building, Denver, Colorado.

Physical Description: ca. 90 photographs.

Note

Mainly of Japanese who were at Manzanar, showing their activities and life after leaving the Relocation Center. Includes 60 8"×10" glossy photographs. Some of these duplicate the larger mounted photographs. Most are marked for inclusion in a publication.
Photographs from Boxes 65-67 exhibited in "Two Views of Manzanar" at the Frederick Wight Gallery, UCLA, November 1978-1979
 

Photo ID No: 1-
95 View southwest over Manzanar.

 

Photo ID No: 2-
91 Burning leaves, autumn morning.

 

Photo ID No: 3-
178 Manzanar street scene.

 

Photo ID No: 4-
181 High school recess period.

 

Photo ID No: 5-
161 Packing bus.

 

Photo ID No: 6-
176 Hog farm.

 

Photo ID No: 7-
226 Chicken farm, Mori Nakashima.

 

Photo ID No: 8-
169 Line crew at work.

 

Photo ID No: 9-
83 Roy Takeno in front of Free Pressoffice.

 

Photo ID No: 10-
6 Relocations bulletin board.

 

Photo ID No: 11-
88 Desk of Roy Takeno, Manzanar FreePress .

 

Photo ID No: 12-
22 Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi and Francis Yokoyama in nursery ofhospital.

 

Photo ID No: 13-
70 Dressmaking class, Mrs. Ryhe Yoshizawa.

 

Photo ID No: 14-
75 Mrs. Ryhe Yoshizawa's dressmaking class.

 

Photo ID No: 15-
145 In co-op store.

 

Photo ID No: 16-
121 The "Jive Bombers".

 

Photo ID No: 17-
30 Benji Iguchi with squash crop.

 

Photo ID No: 18-
103 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Shimizu.

 

Photo ID No: 19-
37 Yonemitsu family: Michael Koichi, Franci Koji, Lucy Toshiko.

 

Photo ID No: 20-
173 Mr. & Mrs. Toyo Miyatake and family.

 

Photo ID No: 21-
84 Toy Takeno addressing Town Hall meeting.

 

Photo ID No: 22-
172 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Izuno and children.

 

Photo ID No: 23-
148 Social life in co-op store, 6 March 1942.

 

Photo ID No: 24-
163 Detail, high school play.

 

Photo ID No: 25-
174 Rose Fukuda and Roy Takeda.

 

Photo ID No: 26-
115 San Bozono, policeman.

 

Photo ID No: 27-
96 Tatsuo Miyake, divinitystudent.

 

Photo ID No: 28-
99 Miss Kay Fukuda, cadet nurse, U.S.N.C.N. Corps.

 

Photo ID No: 29-
85 Koyoharu Anzai & Roy M. Takeno at Town Hallmeeting.

 

Photo ID No: 30-
32 Ryohe Nojima, farmer.

 

Photo ID No: 31-
112 Mori Nakashima, poultryexpert.

 

Photo ID No: 32-
105 Yonehisa Yamagami,electrician.

 

Photo ID No: 33-
106 Pvt. Margaret Fukuoka, W.A.C.

 

Photo ID No: 34-
10 Cpl. Jimmie Shohara.

 

Photo ID No: 35-
11 Cpl. Shohara's ribbons.

 

Photo ID No: 36-
62 Top of radio in Yonometsu residence; Robert Yonometsu issoldier pictured.

 

Photo ID No: 37-
101 Mrs. Dennis Shimizu.

 

Photo ID No: 38-
17 Michael Yonemitsu.

 

Photo ID No: 39-
16 Michael Yonemitsu & Harry Sumida.

 

Photo ID No: 40-
104 Toyo Miyatake (head).

 

Photo ID No: 41-
12 Pvt. Kato.

 

Photo ID No: 42-
73 Beri Katsum Miura.

 

Photo ID No: 43-
113 C.T. Hibino, artist.

 

Photo ID No: 44-
24 Kazuo Kageyama.

 

Photo ID No: 45-
29 Hidemi Takenaka, woodworker.

 

Photo ID No: 46-
33-A Richard Kobayashi, cabbages.

 

Photo ID No: 47-
27 Frank Nobuo Hirozawa.

 

Photo ID No: 48-
49 Nobutero Hardy Sumida.

 

Photo ID No: 49-
35 Henry Hanawa.

 

Photo ID No: 50-
47 Yuichi Hitata.

 

Manzanar Relocation Center - Ansel Adams photographs

Boxes 69-72, 109

Numbered and mounted photographs by Ansel Adams of Manzanar Relocation Center.

Physical Description: Display proofs; ca. 170 photographs on 14" × 18" mats.
Box 69

Nos. 1 - 72.

Box 70

Nos. 74 - 182.

Box 71

Nos. 1 - 72.

Box 72

Nos. 26 - 50.

Box 71, Folder 8

Open field with mountains in background and low clouds. Photo number: 1.

Box 71, Folder 5

Men gathered around a fire. Photo number: 2.

Box 71, Folder 3

View of Manzanar with only a few people outside. Photo number: 3.

Box 71, Folder 10

View of Manzanar with many people walking around. Photo number: 4.

Box 109, Folder 30

Fumiko Hirata and Mr. Matsumoto sitting at a desk looking over a paper. Photo number: 4.

Box 71, Folder 4

Driver unloading car. Photo number: 5.

Box 109, Folder 5

Yuri Uyano in doorway beneath "Relocation" sign. Photo number: 5.

Box 71, Folder 12

Men taking care of pigs. Photo number: 6.

Box 71, Folder 16

Man feeding chickens. Photo number: 7.

Box 109, Folder 13

Close-up of part of job relocation bulletin board. Photo number: 7.

Box 71, Folder 23

Two men up on telephone pole. Photo number: 8.

Box 109, Folder 10

Philip Hara standing in front of job bulletin board. Photo number: 8.

Box 109, Folder 29

Close-up of Fumiko Hirata. Photo number: 9.

Box 71, Folder 24

Job bulletin board. Photo number: 10.

Box 71, Folder 17

Close-up of Roy M. Takano's desk. Photo number: 11.

Box 71, Folder 18

Women looking in at a newborn baby in the hospital. Photo number: 12.

Box 72, Folder 4

Dressmakers gathered around table looking at dress designs. Photo number: 13.

Box 109, Folder 28

Four women sitting on couch at a Y.W.C.A. Photo number: 13.

Box 71, Folder 2

Woman working on a mannequin with dressmaking class in background. Photo number: 14.

Box 109, Folder 4

Tom Kano in a wheelchair with his nurse, Aiko Hamaguchi. Photo number: 14.

Box 71, Folder 20

General store. Photo number: 15.

Box 109, Folder 27

Nurse Akio Hamaguchi helping her patient, Toyoki Ioki, who is lying in bed. Photo number: 15.

Box 71, Folder 6

Jive Bombers band performing. Photo number: 16.

Box 71, Folder 21

Man standing in warehouse filled with squash. Photo number: 17.

Box 71, Folder 22

Man and woman standing in doorway of cabin. Photo number: 18.

Box 72, Folder 2

Father reading newspaper at home with daugher and son listening to Beethoven. Photo number: 19.

Box 109, Folder 45

Close-up of Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi. Photo number: 19.

Box 71, Folder 9

Father playing with daughter's pigtail while rest of family watches. Photo number: 20.

Box 109, Folder 46

Nurse Akio Hamaguchi and his friends playing bridge in the nurse's quarters. Photo number: 20.

Box 71, Folder 19

Men listening to someone speak at Town Hall meeting. Photo number: 21.

Box 109, Folder 44

Close-up of Catherine Natsuko Yamaguchi, Red Cross nurse. Photo number: 21.

Box 71, Folder 25

Mother holding child and father sitting with son on couch in their home. Photo number: 22.

Box 71, Folder 11

2 men smoking amongst cartons of soda drinks. Photo number: 23.

Box 109, Folder 43

George Nakano talking to Keiko Kamahara and Fumiko Tashima with Tom Kanoand Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi in the background. Photo number: 23.

Box 71, Folder 15

Man and woman performing in a play. Photo number: 24.

Box 72, Folder 1

Woman in foreground and man in background at his desk with an adding machine. Photo number: 25.

Box 109, Folder 42

Kazuo Kageyama working on his model boats. Photo number: 25.

Box 72, Folder 19

Close-up of a policeman. Photo number: 26.

Box 109, Folder 48

Frank Hirozawa testing a large container of solution while his teenage assistant looks on. Photo number: 26.

Box 72, Folder 14

Young man with glasses and leather jacket in front of Manzanar Christian Church services schedule. Photo number: 27.

Box 71, Folder 14

Women with glasses wearing a uniform and holding gloves in right hand. Photo number: 28.

Box 109, Folder 41

Frank Hirosama working in a laboratory. Photo number: 28.

Box 72, Folder 12

Two older men reading documents, younger man smiling, large American flag in background. Photo number: 29.

Box 72, Folder 17

Close-up of middle-aged man wearing glass, a cap, and collared shirt undersweatshirt. Photo number: 30.

Box 72, Folder 16

Close-up of young man wearing cap and jean jacket. Photo number: 31.

Box 109, Folder 31

Close-up of Benji Iguchi. Photo number: 31.

Box 71, Folder 13

Close-up of a man wearing a hat and a cigarette in his mouth. Photo number: 32.

Box 72, Folder 15

Close-up of young woman in nurse cadet uniform wearing glasses. Photo number: 33.

Box 109, Folder 8

Tractor in field. Photo number: 33.

Box 72, Folder 18

Close-up of clean-shaven young man in military uniform. Photo number: 34.

Box 109, Folder 26

Close-up of Richard Kobayashi, farmer. Photo number: 34.

Box 72, Folder 21

Extreme close-up of military medal on chest. Photo number: 35.

Box 109, Folder 49

Close-up of Henry Hanawa wearing a collared shirt. Photo number: 35.

Box 109, Folder 22

Benji Iguchi and Henry Hawana - tractor repair in field. Photo number: 36.

Box 72, Folder 22

Close-up smiling young lady with wavy hair, white short-sleeved blouse, andpatterned skirt crocheting lace. Photo number: 37.

Box 109, Folder 25

Close-up of a man wearing a white shirt and a sports coat. Photo number: 37.

Box 72, Folder 6

Close-up of doctor wearing glasses and scrubs leaning against a metal columnruler. Photo number: 38.

Box 109, Folder 24

Chemistry class. Photo number: 38.

Box 72, Folder 7

Doctor with glasses and scrubs arranging old man's right hand for an X-ray. Photo number: 39.

Box 109, Folder 23

Close-up of Masao Nakazawa. Photo number: 39.

Box 72, Folder 8

Close-up of old man with glasses and beret. Photo number: 40.

Box 109, Folder 3

Women playing volleyball. Photo number: 40.

Box 72, Folder 11

Close-up of army private wearing a cap, a shirt, and a tie. Photo number: 41.

Box 109, Folder 12

Women playing volleyball. Photo number: 41.

Box 72, Folder 10

Close-up of young man wearing a sweater. Photo number: 42.

Box 109, Folder 39

Jane Harada holding a volleyball. Photo number: 42.

Box 72, Folder 5

Old man with palette in hand posing in front of a landscape mural. Photo number: 43.

Box 109, Folder 40

Woman putting up an "Education Week" Poster. Photo number: 43.

Box 72, Folder 20

Close-up of middle-aged man in tweed suit. Photo number: 44.

Box 109, Folder 47

Close-up of Mrs. Yaeko Nakamura. Photo number: 44.

Box 72, Folder 13

Close-up of young man wearing a dark cap. Photo number: 45.

Box 109, Folder 11

Mrs. Nakamura leading a calisthenics class. Photo number: 45.

Box 71, Folder 7

Boy holding cabbages. Photo number: 46.

Box 109, Folder 35

Calisthenics class. Photo number: 46.

Box 72, Folder 23

Close-up of man with glasses and mustache, Frank Hirozawa. Photo number: 47.

Box 72, Folder 9

Old man with glasses wearing bathrobe sitting in chair and reading a book. Photo number: 48.

Box 72, Folder 3

Close-up of a young man wearing a denim jacket. Photo number: 49.

Box 71, Folder 1

Extreme close-up of Yuichi Hitata. Photo number: 50.

Box 109, Folder 36

Close-up of Eiko Yamamoto. Photo number: 50.

Box 109, Folder 37

Close-up of Emiko Motooka. Photo number: 51.

Box 109, Folder 38

Close-up of Louise Tamiko Nakamura. Photo number: 52.

Box 109, Folder 2

Mrs. Yaeko Nakamura and her daughters, Joyce Yuki and Louise Tami. Photo number: 53.

Box 109, Folder 6

Close-up of Joyce Yukiko Nakamura, young girl. Photo number: 54.

Box 109, Folder 1

Mrs. Nakamura and family in Pleasure Park. Photo number: 55.

Box 109, Folder 33

Jane Harada holding a volleyball. Photo number: 56.

Box 109, Folder 32

Profile of Jane Yaeko Harada. Photo number: 57.

Box 109, Folder 50

Close-up of Katzumi Roy Yoshimura. Photo number: 58.

Box 109, Folder 34

Close-up of Mrs. May Kikuko Ichida. Photo number: 59.

Box 109, Folder 14

Two young girls in Sunday school class. Photo number: 60.

Box 109, Folder 15

Yuichi and Eumiko Hirata on steps of Y.M.C.A. building. Photo number: 61.

Box 109, Folder 7

Group standing outside of a catholic church with a priest and two nuns. Photo number: 64.

Box 109, Folder 21

Noboru Yamasaki and Tsugio Imamoto singing in choir. Photo number: 65.

Box 109, Folder 16

Louis Frizzel leading choir students who are seated. Photo number: 66.

Box 109, Folder 17

Akio Matsumoto making an "entrance" sign. Photo number: 67.

Box 109, Folder 18

Sumiko Shigematsu using a thread power machine. Photo number: 68.

Box 109, Folder 9

Women working in garment production. Photo number: 69.

Box 109, Folder 19

Bert K. Miura making patterns for clothing. Photo number: 71.

Box 109, Folder 20

Bert K. Miura and Toshiko Kadonada in clothes-making shop. Photo number: 72.

Box 70, Folder 51

Mrs. Ryie Yoshizawa holding a dress-making class. Photo number: 74.

Box 70, Folder 28

Mrs. Nakamura in co-op store with daughters shopping for clothes. Photo number: 76.

Box 70, Folder 36

Welder working in center machine shop. Photo number: 77.

Box 70, Folder 37

Hidemi Tayenaka in wood-working shop. Photo number: 79.

Box 70, Folder 38

Hands of mechanic at lathe. Photo number: 80.

Box 70, Folder 48

Close-up of Bunkichi Hayashi, middle-aged man. Photo number: 81.

Box 70, Folder 49

Bunkichi Hayashi, J. Benson Saks, and Chokicki Nakana sitting at desk. Photo number: 82.

Box 70, Folder 50

Town Hall meeting, Roy M. Takeno standing. Photo number: 86.

Box 70, Folder 41

Roy Takeno and staff in his office. Photo number: 87.

Box 70, Folder 58

Three men working in warehouse. Photo number: 89.

Box 70, Folder 42

Benji Iguchi and Henry Hanawa repairing a tractor. Photo number: 90.

Box 70, Folder 43

Close-up of Yuri Yamzaki, high school student. Photo number: 97.

Box 70, Folder 34

Close-up of Yuri Yamazaki, high school student. Photo number: 98.

Box 70, Folder 33

Close-up of Kay Fukuda, cadet nurse. Photo number: 100.

Box 70, Folder 27

Dennis Shimizu reading "Burma Surgeon" and smoking a pipe. Photo number: 102.

Box 70, Folder 32

Close-up of Yemiko Sedohara, secretary. Photo number: 107.

Box 70, Folder 26

Close-up of Michiko Sugawara, a stenographer. Photo number: 108.

Box 70, Folder 35

Close-up of Tetsuko Murakami, secretary. Photo number: 109.

Box 70, Folder 55

Close-up of Jean Namba, secretary. Photo number: 110.

Box 70, Folder 20

Close-up of Kishio Matoba, a journalist, wearing a coat and a ski cap. Photo number: 111.

Box 70, Folder 16

C. T. Hibino, artist (mounted with #142). Photo number: 114.

Box 70, Folder 47

Man feeding chickens in chicken coop. Photo number: 117.

Box 70, Folder 46

Chicken farm. Photo number: 118.

Box 70, Folder 52

Men pitching hay (mounted with #120). Photo number: 119.

Box 70, Folder 52

Cattle grazing in a field (mounted with #119). Photo number: 120.

Box 70, Folder 53

Front view of saxophone players in the Jive Bombers. Photo number: 122.

Box 70, Folder 11

Little girl hiding behind the Jive Bombers music stand and a bass player inbackground (mounted with #124). Photo number: 123.

Box 70, Folder 11

Saxophone players of the Jive Bombers (mounted with #123). Photo number: 124.

Box 70, Folder 54

Joe Sakai, bass player of the Jive Bombers (mounted with #126). Photo number: 125.

Box 70, Folder 54

Drummer of Jive Bombers (mounted with #125). Photo number: 126.

Box 70, Folder 56

View of Manzanar from across a field on a winter day (mounted with #128). Photo number: 127.

Box 70, Folder 56

View of Manzanar from across a field on a winter day (mounted with #127). Photo number: 128.

Box 70, Folder 3

Manzanar in the winter. Photo number: 129.

Box 70, Folder 57

View of Manzanar streets on a winter day (mounted with #131). Photo number: 130.

Box 70, Folder 57

View of Manzanar streets on a winter day (mounted with #130). Photo number: 131.

Box 70, Folder 17

Manzanar streets on a winter day. Photo number: 132.

Box 70, Folder 10

People leaving Buddhist Service on a winter day. Photo number: 133.

Box 70, Folder 4

People leaving Buddhist temple on a winter day (mounted with #135). Photo number: 134.

Box 70, Folder 4

Buddhist service (mounted with #134). Photo number: 135.

Box 70, Folder 19

Long line of people waiting to go into mess hall. Photo number: 136.

Box 70, Folder 6

People waiting in line to go to mess hall (mounted with #138). Photo number: 137.

Box 70, Folder 6

Interior of mess hall (mounted with #137). Photo number: 138.

Box 70, Folder 5

Two boys eating. Photo number: 139.

Box 70, Folder 15

J. S. Yonai working in a butcher shop. Photo number: 140.

Box 70, Folder 18

George Ogowa and J. S. Yonai working in a butcher shop. Photo number: 141.

Box 70, Folder 16

Men loading produce truck (mounted with #114). Photo number: 142.

Box 70, Folder 7

Woodrow Wakatsuki in co-op store. Photo number: 144.

Box 70, Folder 22

Two clerks in the co-op store with pies on the counter. Photo number: 146.

Box 70, Folder 14

Clerk helping a customer choose thread. Photo number: 147.

Box 70, Folder 25

Three female students in biology class. Photo number: 149.

Box 70, Folder 2

Biology class at Manzanar High School (mounted with #151). Photo number: 150.

Box 70, Folder 2

General library at Manzanar High School (mounted with #150). Photo number: 151.

Box 70, Folder 23

Yoshiko Joan Mori, secretary of the education department, sitting at her desk. Photo number: 152.

Box 70, Folder 24

Two little boys at Children's Garden. Photo number: 153.

Box 70, Folder 31

Mrs. Misu Naki with her baby. Photo number: 154.

Box 70, Folder 29

Bruce Tsurutani, a toddler, standing in doorway. Photo number: 155.

Box 70, Folder 8

Mrs. Otsuna Nakaji standing by open door of car looking in. Photo number: 156.

Box 70, Folder 13

People standing by car (mounted with #15). Photo number: 157.

Box 70, Folder 13

People saying goodbye to passengers in car (mounted with #157). Photo number: 158.

Box 70, Folder 12

Driver packing van with people waiting in front of the Police Dept. (mounted with #160). Photo number: 159.

Box 70, Folder 12

Driver packing van with people standing around (mounted with #159). Photo number: 160.

Box 70, Folder 30

People walking to bus with luggage. Photo number: 162.

Box 70, Folder 40

Group of actors acting out a scene in a play (mounted with #165). Photo number: 164.

Box 70, Folder 40

Backstage of high school play (mounted with #164). Photo number: 165.

Box 70, Folder 39

Kazuko Nagi resting her hand on Arnold Maeda's shoulder in a high school play(mounted with #167). Photo number: 166.

Box 70, Folder 39

Tak Ando in a high school play (mounted with #166). Photo number: 167.

Box 70, Folder 21

Three girls standing outside a cabin. Photo number: 168.

Box 70, Folder 44

Miyatake family in daughter's bedroom watching her draw. Photo number: 170.

Box 70, Folder 9

Mr. & Mrs. Isurutani with son Bruce sitting at a table in their home. Photo number: 171.

Box 70, Folder 1

Mother looking at woman standing while sitting on cot with baby on lap and daughters on cot next to her. Photo number: 179.

Box 70, Folder 45

People working at their desks in the Manzanar Cooperative Enterprise Office. Photo number: 182.

 

War Relocation Authority (WRA) - Printed materials and reports 1942-1946

Scope and Content Note

Printed bulletins, releases, monographs, and reports, including quarterly and semi-annual reports of the War Relocation Authority, 1942-1946.
Box 57, Folder 1

WRA - Daily News Digest. Washington, D.C. November 1944 - July, 1945

Box 57, Folder 2

Administrative highlights of WRA program.

Box 57, Folder 3

Community government in War Relocation Centers.

Box 57, Folder 4

Impounded people: Japanese-Americans in the relocation centers.

Box 57, Folder 5

Legal and constitutional phases of the WRA program.

Box 57, Folder 6

Relocation of Japanese-Americans. The Relocation Program. May 1943.

Box 57, Folder 7

The wartime handling of evacuee property.

Box 57, Folder 8

Wartime exile: The exclusion of the Japanese-Americans from the West Coast.

Box 57, Folder 9

WRA Quarterly reports March - June, July-September, & October - December 1942

Box 57, Folder 10

WRA Semi-annual reports January - June & July - December 1943

Box 57, Folder 11

WRA Semi-annual reports January - June & July - December 1944

Box 57, Folder 11

Annual report of the director of the War Relocation Authority (for year ending June 30, 1944)

Box 58, Folder 1

WRA Semi-annual reports January - June, July - December 1945; January - June, 1946

Box 58, Folder 2

WRA releases, statements, etc.

Note

Note: Most of this material is duplicated elsewhere in the collection.
Box 58, Folder 3

WRA publications

Note

Note: This material is duplicated elsewhere in the collection.
Box 58, Folder 4

WRA - Community analysis section. Bibliography on the Japanese in America. Part III.

Box 58, Folder 5

WRA - Community analysis section. Community Analyst Letter, (#1-5 & 7-13) April 1943 - February 1945.

Box 58, Folder 6

WRA - Community analysis section. Community Analysis Notes. (#8-12) March - April, 1945.

Box 58, Folder 7

WRA - Community analysis section. Trends In The Relocation Centers. November 1944 - 1945

 

Manzanar Relocation Center - printed materials

Scope and Content Note

Printed publications, bulletins, reports, newspapers, etc. from the Manzanar Relocation Center.
Box 58, Folder 8

Manzanar publications

Box 58, Folder 8

Activities Program .

Box 58, Folder 8

A Barrack Becomes a Home

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 58, Folder 8

Classes for the Physically Handicapped .

Box 58, Folder 8

Manzanar Libraries (and Visual Aid Program) .

Box 58, Folder 8

Toy Loan Library .

Box 58, Folder 8

Family Security in America: Where Shall I Find It? .

Box 58, Folder 8

Reinstitution of Selective Service, June 1944.

Box 58, Folder 9

Miscellaneous publications re: Manzanar.

Box 58, Folder 10

Manzanar Cooperative Enterprises, Inc. Balance sheets February, September, November, December 1944

Box 59, Folder 1

Manzanar - school related materials (forms, etc.).

Box 59, Folder 2

Manzanar school publications.

Box 59, Folder 3

Our World, Manzanar High annual 1943-1944.

Box 59, Folder 3

Our world, 1943-1944, Manzanar High 1944

Box 59, Folder 4

* Campus Pepper. Manzanar high school newspaper.

Box 59, Folder 5

* Manzanar Whirlwind. Manzanar elementary school paper.

Box 59, Folder 6

* Manzanar Free Press (scattered issues).

Box 59, Folder 7

* Manzanar Relocation Supplement April 21-Aug. 29, 1945

Box 59, Folder 8

Manzanar church publications - Manzanar Buddhist church and Manzanar Christian church.

Box 59, Folder 8

*Manzanar Adult Education Quarterly Report - Summer Semester

Note

*Originals are in Box 108 (not available for use, due to fragile condition.) Acid-free copies, in Box 59, are available for consultation.
 

Relocation center newspapers

Scope and Content Note

Printed publications of Manzanar and other relocation centers. Includes Poston, Arizona; Rivers, Arizona; Rohwer, Arkansas; Denson, Arkansas; Newell, California; Amache, Colorado; Hunt, Idaho; Topaz, Utah; Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Also includes Santa Anita, Tulare and Tanforan, California assembly centers.
 

Gila River, Arizona

Box 84

Gila News Courier. September 1942-August 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 75

Gila News Courier. August 1943-January 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 75

Gila News Courier. February-December 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 76

Gila News Courier. July 1944-June 1945

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 60

Gila News Courier, vol. 3, nos. 135-174. July-September 1944

Physical Description: [duplicated in bound volume in Box 76.]
Box 79

Miscellaneous Gila publications

Physical Description: 1 bound volume:
Box 79

Gila Bulletin. September 8-November 9, 1945

Note

A copy of this item is in the Negative Microfilm Collection #04576.
Box 79

Gila Co-op News. June 17-October 5, 1943

Box 79

Gila News Courier. January 3-September 5, 1945

 

Poston, Arizona

Box 85

Poston Chronicle. December 1942-April 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 86

Poston Chronicle. April-December 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 102

Poston Chronicle. December 1943-June 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 87

Poston Chronicle. July-December 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 103

Poston Information Bulletin. April-October 1942

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 88

Poston Information Bulletin. October 1942-December 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
 

Denson, Arkansas

Box 89

Denson Communique. October 1942-February 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.

Note

A copy of this item is in the Negative Microfilm Collection #04566.
Box 89

Denson Tribune. March-September 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 60

Denson Tribune. April-September 1943

Physical Description: [duplicated in bound volume in Box 89.]
Box 87

Denson Tribune. September 1943-June 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
 

Rohwer, Arkansas

Boxes 93-95

Rohwer Jiho. January 1944-November 1945

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 96

Rohwer Outpost. October 1942-August 1945

Physical Description: 3 bound volumes.

Note

The following issues are on negative microfilm #06599:
  • October 24, 1942-February 6, 1943
  • February 13-24, 1943
  • June 3, 7 & 17, 1944
Boxes 96-97

Miscellaneous Rohwer publications.

Physical Description: 2 bound volumes:

Scope and Content Note

  • Clearwater Clarion Call, 1942-1944.
  • The Daybreak, 1944.
  • Federated Christian Church Bulletin, 1943.
  • Hi-lites, 1943-1944.
  • Roar, 1944.
  • Rohwer Relocater, 1945.
  • Sangha News, 1944.
  • Summer Breeze, 1944.
  • Transmitter, 1943.
 

Arcadia, California

Box 102

Santa Anita Pacemaker. April-October 1942

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 103

Santa Anita Pacemaker.

Note

Duplicate file from L.A. Harbor College, 10/23/68 (unbound).
 

Manzanar, California

 

MICROFILM 04388 Manzanar Free Press. April 1942-October 1945

Physical Description: Digitized microfilm.

Note

Entire run of the publication.
 

July 1942

 

Manzanar free press, July 22, 1942 1942-07-22

 

Manzanar free press, July 24, 1942 1942-07-24

 

Manzanar free press, July 27, 1942 1942-07-27

 

Manzanar free press, July 29, 1942 1942-07-29

 

Manzanar free press, July 31, 1942 1942-07-31

 

August 1942

 

Manzanar free press, August 3, 1942 1942-08-03

 

Manzanar free press, August 5, 1942 1942-08-05

 

Manzanar free press, August 7, 1942 1942-08-07

 

Manzanar free press, August 10, 1942 1942-08-10

 

Manzanar free press, August 12, 1942 1942-08-12

 

Manzanar free press, August 14, 1942 1942-08-14

 

Manzanar free press, August 17, 1942 1942-08-17

 

Manzanar free press, August 19, 1942 1942-08-19

 

Manzanar free press, August 21, 1942 1942-08-21

 

Manzanar free press, August 24, 1942 1942-08-24

 

Manzanar free press, August 26, 1942 1942-08-26

 

Manzanar free press, August 28, 1942 1942-08-28

 

Manzanar free press, August 31, 1942 1942-08-31

 

September 1942

 

Manzanar free press, September 2, 1942 1942-09-02

 

Manzanar free press, September 4, 1942 1942-09-04

 

Manzanar free press, September 7, 1942 1942-09-07

 

Manzanar free press, September 9, 1942 1942-09-09

 

Manzanar free press, September 11, 1942 1942-09-11

 

Manzanar free press, September 14, 1942 1942-09-14

 

Manzanar free press, September 17, 1942 1942-09-17

 

Manzanar free press, September 19, 1942 1942-09-19

 

Manzanar free press, September 21, 1942 1942-09-21

 

Manzanar free press, September 24, 1942 1942-09-24

 

Manzanar free press, September 26, 1942 1942-09-26

 

Manzanar free press, September 28, 1942 1942-09-28

 

October 1942

 

Manzanar free press, October 1, 1942 1942-10-01

 

Manzanar free press, October 3, 1942 1942-10-03

 

Manzanar free press, October 5, 1942 1942-10-05

 

Manzanar free press, October 8, 1942 1942-10-08

 

Manzanar free press, October 10, 1942 1942-10-10

 

Manzanar free press, October 12, 1942 1942-10-12

 

Manzanar free press, October 15, 1942 1942-10-15

 

Manzanar free press, October 17, 1942 1942-10-17

 

Manzanar free press, October 19, 1942 1942-10-19

 

Manzanar free press, October 22, 1942 1942-10-22

 

Manzanar free press, October 24, 1942 1942-10-24

 

Manzanar free press, October 26, 1942 1942-10-26

 

Manzanar free press, October 29, 1942 1942-10-29

 

Manzanar free press, October 31, 1942 1942-10-31

 

November 1942

 

Manzanar free press, November 2, 1942 1942-11-02

 

Manzanar free press, November 5, 1942 1942-11-05

 

Manzanar free press, November 7, 1942 1942-11-07

 

Manzanar free press, November 9, 1942 1942-11-09

 

Manzanar free press, November 12, 1942 1942-11-12

 

Manzanar free press, November 14, 1942 1942-11-14

 

Manzanar free press, November 16, 1942 1942-11-16

 

Manzanar free press, November 19, 1942 1942-11-19

 

Manzanar free press, November 21, 1942 1942-11-21

 

Manzanar free press, November 23, 1942 1942-11-23

 

Manzanar free press, November 26, 1942 1942-11-26

 

Manzanar free press, November 28, 1942 1942-11-28

 

Manzanar free press, November 30, 1942 1942-11-30

 

December 1942

 

Manzanar free press, December 3, 1942 1942-12-03

 

Manzanar free press, December 5, 1942 1942-12-05

 

Manzanar free press, December 25, 1942 1942-12-25

 

January 1943

 

Manzanar free press, January 1, 1943 1943-01-01

 

Manzanar free press, January 6, 1943 1943-01-06

 

Manzanar free press, January 9, 1943 1943-01-09

 

Manzanar free press, January 13, 1943 1943-01-13

 

Manzanar free press, January 16, 1943 1943-01-16

 

Manzanar free press, January 20, 1943 1943-01-20

 

Manzanar free press, January 23, 1943 1943-01-23

 

Manzanar free press, January 27, 1943 1943-01-27

 

Manzanar free press, January 30, 1943 1943-01-30

 

February 1943

 

Manzanar free press, February 3, 1943 1943-02-03

 

Manzanar free press, February 6, 1943, En 1943-02-06

 

Manzanar free press, February 6, 1943, Ja 1943-02-06

 

Manzanar free press, February 10, 1943 1943-02-10

 

Manzanar free press, February 13, 1943 1943-02-13

 

Manzanar free press, February 17, 1943 1943-02-17

 

Manzanar free press, February 20, 1943 1943-02-20

 

Manzanar free press, February 24, 1943 1943-02-24

 

Manzanar free press, February 27, 1943 1943-02-27

 

March 1943

 

Manzanar free press, March 3, 1943 1943-03-03

 

Manzanar free press, March 6, 1943 1943-03-06

 

Manzanar free press, March 10, 1943 1943-03-10

 

Manzanar free press, March 13, 1943 1943-03-13

 

Manzanar free press, March 17, 1943 1943-03-17

 

Manzanar free press, March 20, 1943 1943-03-20

 

Manzanar free press, March 24, 1943 1943-03-24

 

Manzanar free press, March 27, 1943 1943-03-27

 

Manzanar free press, March 31, 1943 1943-03-31

 

April 1943

 

Manzanar free press, April 3, 1943 1943-04-03

 

Manzanar free press, April 7, 1943 1943-04-07

 

Manzanar free press, April 10, 1943 1943-04-10

 

Manzanar free press, April 14, 1943 1943-04-14

 

Manzanar free press, April 17, 1943 1943-04-17

 

Manzanar free press, April 20, 1943 1943-04-20

 

Manzanar free press, April 21, 1943 1943-04-21

 

Manzanar free press, April 24, 1943 1943-04-24

 

Manzanar free press, April 28, 1943 1943-04-28

 

May 1943

 

Manzanar free press, May 1, 1943 1943-05-01

 

Manzanar free press, May 5, 1943 1943-05-05

 

Manzanar free press, May 8, 1943 1943-05-08

 

Manzanar free press, May 12, 1943 1943-05-12

 

Manzanar free press, May 15, 1943 1943-05-15

 

Manzanar free press, May 19, 1943 1943-05-19

 

Manzanar free press, May 22, 1943 1943-05-22

 

Manzanar free press, May 26, 1943 1943-05-26

 

Manzanar free press, May 29, 1943 1943-05-29

 

June 1943

 

Manzanar free press, June 2, 1943 1943-06-02

 

Manzanar free press, June 5, 1943 1943-06-05

 

Manzanar free press, June 9, 1943 1943-06-09

 

Manzanar free press, June 12, 1943 1943-06-12

 

Manzanar free press, June 16, 1943 1943-06-16

 

Manzanar free press, June 19, 1943 1943-06-19

 

Manzanar free press, June 23, 1943 1943-06-23

 

Manzanar free press, June 26, 1943 1943-06-26

 

Manzanar free press, June 30, 1943 1943-06-30

 

July 1943

 

Manzanar free press, July 3, 1943 1943-07-03

 

Manzanar free press, July 7, 1943 1943-07-07

 

Manzanar free press, July 10, 1943 1943-07-10

 

Manzanar free press, July 14, 1943 1943-07-14

 

Manzanar free press, July 17, 1943 1943-07-17

 

Manzanar free press, July 21, 1943 1943-07-21

 

Manzanar free press, July 24, 1943 1943-07-24

 

Manzanar free press, July 28, 1943 1943-07-28

 

Manzanar free press, July 31, 1943 1943-07-31

 

August 1943

 

Manzanar free press, August 4, 1943 1943-08-04

 

Manzanar free press, August 7, 1943 1943-08-07

 

Manzanar free press, August 11, 1943 1943-08-11

 

Manzanar free press, August 14, 1943 1943-08-14

 

Manzanar free press, August 18, 1943 1943-08-18

 

Manzanar free press, August 21, 1943 1943-08-21

 

Manzanar free press, August 25, 1943 1943-08-25

 

Manzanar free press, August 28, 1943 1943-08-28

 

September 1943

 

Manzanar free press, September 1, 1943 1943-09-01

 

Manzanar free press, September 4, 1943 1943-09-04

 

Manzanar free press, September 8, 1943 1943-09-08

 

Manzanar free press, September 10, 1943 1943-09-10

 

Manzanar free press, September 11, 1943 1943-09-11

 

Manzanar free press, September 15, 1943 1943-09-15

 

Manzanar free press, September 18, 1943 1943-09-18

 

Manzanar free press, September 22, 1943 1943-09-22

 

Manzanar free press, September 25, 1943 1943-09-25

 

Manzanar free press, September 29, 1943 1943-09-29

 

October 1943

 

Manzanar free press, October 2, 1943 1943-10-02

 

Manzanar free press, October 6, 1943 1943-10-06

 

Manzanar free press, October 9, 1943 1943-10-09

 

Manzanar free press, October 13, 1943 1943-10-13

 

Manzanar free press, October 16, 1943 1943-10-16

 

Manzanar free press, October 20, 1943 1943-10-20

 

Manzanar free press, October 23, 1943 1943-10-23

 

Manzanar free press, October 27, 1943 1943-10-27

 

Manzanar free press, October 30, 1943 1943-10-30

 

November 1943

 

Manzanar free press, November 3, 1943 1943-11-03

 

Manzanar free press, November 6, 1943 1943-11-06

 

Manzanar free press, November 10, 1943 1943-11-10

 

Manzanar free press, November 13, 1943 1943-11-13

 

Manzanar free press, November 17, 1943 1943-11-17

 

Manzanar free press, November 20, 1943 1943-11-20

 

Manzanar free press, November 24, 1943 1943-11-24

 

Manzanar free press, November 27, 1943 1943-11-27

 

December 1943

 

Manzanar free press, December 1, 1943 1943-12-01

 

Manzanar free press, December 4, 1943 1943-12-04

 

Manzanar free press, December 8, 1943 1943-12-08

 

Manzanar free press, December 11, 1943 1943-12-11

 

Manzanar free press, December 15, 1943 1943-12-15

 

Manzanar free press, December 18, 1943 1943-12-18

 

Manzanar free press, December 22, 1943 1943-12-22

 

Manzanar free press, December 24, 1943 1943-12-24

 

Manzanar free press, December 30, 1943 1943-12-30

 

January 1944

 

Manzanar free press, January 1, 1944 1944-01-01

 

Manzanar free press, January 5, 1944 1944-01-05

 

Manzanar free press, January 8, 1944 1944-01-08

 

Manzanar free press, January 12, 1944 1944-01-12

 

Manzanar free press, January 15, 1944 1944-01-15

 

Manzanar free press, January 19, 1944 1944-01-19

 

Manzanar free press, January 22, 1944 1944-01-22

 

Manzanar free press, January 26, 1944 1944-01-26

 

Manzanar free press, January 29, 1944 1944-01-29

 

February 1944

 

Manzanar free press, February 2, 1944 1944-02-02

 

Manzanar free press, February 5, 1944 1944-02-05

 

Manzanar free press, February 9, 1944 1944-02-09

 

Manzanar free press, February 12, 1944 1944-02-12

 

Manzanar free press, February 16, 1944 1944-02-16

 

Manzanar free press, February 19, 1944 1944-02-19

 

Manzanar free press, February 23, 1944 1944-02-23

 

Manzanar free press, February 26, 1944 1944-02-26

 

March 1944

 

Manzanar free press, March 1, 1944 1944-03-01

 

Manzanar free press, March 4, 1944 1944-03-04

 

Manzanar free press, March 8, 1944 1944-03-08

 

Manzanar free press, March 11, 1944 1944-03-11

 

Manzanar free press, March 15, 1944 1944-03-15

 

Manzanar free press, March 18, 1944 1944-03-18

 

Manzanar free press, March 22, 1944 1944-03-22

 

Manzanar free press, March 25, 1944 1944-03-25

 

Manzanar free press, March 29, 1944 1944-03-29

 

April 1944

 

Manzanar free press, April 1, 1944 1944-04-01

 

Manzanar free press, April 5, 1944 1944-04-05

 

Manzanar free press, April 8, 1944 1944-04-08

 

Manzanar free press, April 12, 1944 1944-04-12

 

Manzanar free press, April 15, 1944 1944-04-15

 

Manzanar free press, April 19, 1944 1944-04-19

 

Manzanar free press, April 22, 1944 1944-04-22

 

Manzanar free press, April 26, 1944 1944-04-26

 

Manzanar free press, April 29, 1944 1944-04-29

 

May 1944

 

Manzanar free press, May 3, 1944 1944-05-03

 

Manzanar free press, May 6, 1944 1944-05-06

 

Manzanar free press, May 10, 1944 1944-05-10

 

Manzanar free press, May 13, 1944 1944-05-13

 

Manzanar free press, May 17, 1944 1944-05-17

 

Manzanar free press, May 20, 1944 1944-05-20

 

Manzanar free press, May 24, 1944 1944-05-24

 

Manzanar free press, May 27, 1944 1944-05-27

 

Manzanar free press, May 31, 1944 1944-05-31

 

June 1944

 

Manzanar free press, June 3, 1944 1944-06-03

 

Manzanar free press, June 7, 1944 1944-06-07

 

Manzanar free press, June 10, 1944 1944-06-10

 

Manzanar free press, June 14, 1944 1944-06-14

 

Manzanar free press, June 17, 1944 1944-06-17

 

Manzanar free press, June 21, 1944 1944-06-21

 

Manzanar free press, June 24, 1944 1944-06-24

 

Manzanar free press, June 28, 1944 1944-06-28

 

July 1944

 

Manzanar free press, July 1, 1944 1944-07-01

 

Manzanar free press, July 5, 1944 1944-07-05

 

Manzanar free press, July 8, 1944 1944-07-08

 

Manzanar free press, July 12, 1944 1944-07-12

 

Manzanar free press, July 15, 1944 1944-07-15

 

Manzanar free press, July 19, 1944 1944-07-19

 

Manzanar free press, July 22, 1944 1944-07-22

 

Manzanar free press, July 26, 1944 1944-07-26

 

Manzanar free press, July 29, 1944 1944-07-29

 

August 1944

 

Manzanar free press, August 2, 1944 1944-08-02

 

Manzanar free press, August 5, 1944 1944-08-05

 

Manzanar free press, August 9, 1944 1944-08-09

 

Manzanar free press, August 12, 1944 1944-08-12

 

Manzanar free press, August 16, 1944 1944-08-16

 

Manzanar free press, August 19, 1944 1944-08-19

 

Manzanar free press, August 23, 1944 1944-08-23

 

Manzanar free press, August 26, 1944 1944-08-26

 

Manzanar free press, August 30, 1944 1944-08-30

 

September 1944

 

Manzanar free press, September 2, 1944 1944-09-02

 

Manzanar free press, September 6, 1944 1944-09-06

 

Manzanar free press, September 13, 1944 1944-09-13

 

Manzanar free press, September 16, 1944 1944-09-16

 

Manzanar free press, September 20, 1944 1944-09-20

 

Manzanar free press, September 23, 1944 1944-09-23

 

Manzanar free press, September 27, 1944 1944-09-27

 

Manzanar free press, September 30, 1944 1944-09-30

 

October 1944

 

Manzanar free press, October 4, 1944 1944-10-04

 

Manzanar free press, October 7, 1944 1944-10-07

 

Manzanar free press, October 11, 1944 1944-10-11

 

Manzanar free press, October 14, 1944 1944-10-14

 

Manzanar free press, October 18, 1944 1944-10-18

 

Manzanar free press, October 21, 1944 1944-10-21

 

Manzanar free press, October 25, 1944 1944-10-25

 

Manzanar free press, October 28, 1944 1944-10-28

 

November 1944

 

Manzanar free press, November 1, 1944 1944-11-01

 

Manzanar free press, November 4, 1944 1944-11-04

 

Manzanar free press, November 8, 1944 1944-11-08

 

Manzanar free press, November 11, 1944 1944-11-11

 

Manzanar free press, November 15, 1944 1944-11-15

 

Manzanar free press, November 18, 1944 1944-11-18

 

Manzanar free press, November 22, 1944 1944-11-22

 

Manzanar free press, November 25, 1944 1944-11-25

 

Manzanar free press, November 29, 1944 1944-11-29

 

December 1944

 

Manzanar free press, December 2, 1944 1944-12-02

 

Manzanar free press, December 6, 1944 1944-12-06

 

Manzanar free press, December 9, 1944 1944-12-09

 

Manzanar free press, December 13, 1944 1944-12-13

 

Manzanar free press, December 16, 1944 1944-12-16

 

Manzanar free press, December 18, 1944 1944-12-18

 

Manzanar free press, December 20, 1944 1944-12-20

 

Manzanar free press, December 23, 1944 1944-12-23

 

Manzanar free press, December 30, 1944 1944-12-30

 

January 1945

 

Manzanar free press, January 1, 1945 1945-01-01

 

Manzanar free press, January 3, 1945 1945-01-03

 

Manzanar free press, January 6, 1945 1945-01-06

 

Manzanar free press, January 6, 1945 1945-01-06

 

Manzanar free press, January 10, 1945 1945-01-10

 

Manzanar free press, January 13, 1945 1945-01-13

 

Manzanar free press, January 17, 1945 1945-01-17

 

Manzanar free press, January 20, 1945 1945-01-20

 

Manzanar free press, January 24, 1945 1945-01-24

 

Manzanar free press, January 27, 1945 1945-01-27

 

Manzanar free press, January 31, 1945 1945-01-31

 

February 1945

 

Manzanar free press, February 3, 1945 1945-02-03

 

Manzanar free press, February 7, 1945 1945-02-07

 

Manzanar free press, February 10, 1945 1945-02-10

 

Manzanar free press, February 14, 1945 1945-02-14

 

Manzanar free press, February 17, 1945 1945-02-17

 

Manzanar free press, February 21, 1945 1945-02-21

 

Manzanar free press, February 24, 1945 1945-02-24

 

Manzanar free press, February 28, 1945 1945-02-28

 

March 1945

 

Manzanar free press, March 3, 1945 1945-03-03

 

Manzanar free press, March 7, 1945 1945-03-07

 

Manzanar free press, March 9, 1945 1945-03-09

 

Manzanar free press, March 10, 1945 1945-03-10

 

Manzanar free press, March 14, 1945 1945-03-14

 

Manzanar free press, March 17, 1945 1945-03-17

 

Manzanar free press, March 21, 1945 1945-03-21

 

Manzanar free press, March 24, 1945 1945-03-24

 

Manzanar free press, March 28, 1945 1945-03-28

 

Manzanar free press, March 31, 1945 1945-03-31

 

April 1945

 

Manzanar free press, April 4, 1945 1945-04-04

 

Manzanar free press, April 7, 1945 1945-04-07

 

Manzanar free press, April 11, 1945 1945-04-11

 

Manzanar free press, April 14, 1945 1945-04-14

 

Manzanar free press, April 14, 1945 1945-04-14

 

Manzanar free press, April 18, 1945 1945-04-18

 

Manzanar free press, April 21, 1945 1945-04-21

 

Manzanar free press, April 25, 1945 1945-04-25

 

Manzanar free press, April 28, 1945 1945-04-28

 

May 1945

 

Manzanar free press, May 2, 1945 1945-05-02

 

Manzanar free press, May 5, 1945 1945-05-05

 

Manzanar free press, May 9, 1945 1945-05-09

 

Manzanar free press, May 12, 1945 1945-05-12

 

Manzanar free press, May 16, 1945 1945-05-16

 

Manzanar free press, May 19, 1945 1945-05-19

 

Manzanar free press, May 23, 1945 1945-05-23

 

Manzanar free press, May 26, 1945 1945-05-26

 

Manzanar free press, May 30, 1945 1945-05-30

 

June 1945

 

Manzanar free press, June 2, 1945 1945-06-02

 

Manzanar free press, June 6, 1945 1945-06-06

 

Manzanar free press, June 9, 1945 1945-06-09

 

Manzanar free press, June 13, 1945 1945-06-13

 

Manzanar free press, June 16, 1945 1945-06-16

 

Manzanar free press, June 20, 1945 1945-06-20

 

Manzanar free press, June 23, 1945 1945-06-23

 

Manzanar free press, June 27, 1945 1945-06-27

 

Manzanar free press, June 30, 1945 1945-06-30

 

July 1945

 

Manzanar free press, July 4, 1945 1945-07-04

 

Manzanar free press, July 7, 1945 1945-07-07

 

Manzanar free press, July 11, 1945 1945-07-11

 

Manzanar free press, July 14, 1945 1945-07-14

 

Manzanar free press, July 18, 1945 1945-07-18

 

Manzanar free press, July 21, 1945 1945-07-21

 

Manzanar free press, July 25, 1945 1945-07-25

 

Manzanar free press, July 28, 1945 1945-07-28

 

August 1945

 

Manzanar free press, August 1, 1945 1945-08-01

 

Manzanar free press, August 4, 1945 1945-08-04

 

Manzanar free press, August 8, 1945 1945-08-08

 

Manzanar free press, August 11, 1945 1945-08-11

 

Manzanar free press, August 15, 1945 1945-08-15

 

Manzanar free press, August 18, 1945 1945-08-18

 

Manzanar free press, August 22, 1945 1945-08-22

 

Manzanar free press, August 25, 1945 1945-08-25

 

Manzanar free press, August 29, 1945 1945-08-29

 

September 1945

 

Manzanar free press, September 1, 1945 1945-09-01

 

Manzanar free press, September 5, 1945 1945-09-05

 

Manzanar free press, September 8, 1945 1945-09-08

 

Manzanar free press, September 14, 1945 1945-09-14

 

Manzanar free press, September 21, 1945 1945-09-21

 

Manzanar free press, September 28, 1945 1945-09-28

 

October 1945

 

Manzanar free press, October 5, 1945 1945-10-05

 

Manzanar free press, October 12, 1945 1945-10-12

 

Manzanar free press, October 19, 1945 1945-10-19

Box 76

Manzanar Free Press. April-December 1942

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 77

Manzanar Free Press. April 1942-December 1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 78

Manzanar Free Press. January 1-June 28, 1944

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 76

Manzanar Free Press. July 1944-June 1945

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 78

Manzanar Free Press and Manzanar Free Press Supplements. July-September 1945

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Box 106

Manzanar Free Press. April 1942-October 1945

Physical Description: Unbound.

Note

[duplicated in copies of Manzanar Free Press in Boxes 76-78.]
 

Newell, California

Box 101

Newell Star. March 1944-March 1946

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Boxes 100, 104

Tulean Dispatch. June 1942-November 1943

Physical Description: 2 bound volumes.
Box 61

Tulean Dispatch. July 1-September 8, 1943

Physical Description: [duplicated in bound volumes in Boxes 97, 100 & 104.]
Box 97

Tulean Dispatch Magazine. 1942-1943

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
 

Tanforan, California

Box 61

Tanforan Totalizer (weekly). May 23-September 12, 1942

 

Amache, Colorado

Boxes 80-83

Granada Pioneer. October 1942-September 1945

Physical Description: 4 bound volumes.
 

Topaz, Utah

Box 97

Co-op News. May 1943-January 1954

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
Boxes 90-92

Topaz Times. September 1942-August 1945

Physical Description: 5 bound volumes.
 

Heart Mountain, Wyoming

Boxes 98-99

Heart Mountain Sentinel. October 1942-July 1945

Physical Description: 2 bound volumes.
Box 100

Heart Mountain Sentinel Supplements. August 1942-June 1945

Physical Description: 1 bound volume.
 

Miscellaneous publications and documents re: Japanese Americans during World War II

Scope and Content Note

Includes the subject of evacuation, relocation, resettlement.
Box 60

Rohwer, Arkansas. Miscellaneous documents, including Rohwer Cooperative Enterprises operating statements. Sept. 1942-July 1944

Box 61

Miscellaneous center publications.

Physical Description: (unsorted)
Boxes 62-63

Miscellaneous publications.

Physical Description: (unsorted)

Scope and Content Note

Included are journal articles, reprints, monographs, newspapers, and U.S. government documents, the majority of which belonged to Ralph Merritt, Project Director at Manzanar.

Note

Note: Copies of most of these items are accessible in the California Ephemera Collection (Collection 200), Boxes 41 and 42. See "Japanese in California."
Box 63

Congressional Record. vol. 89, no. 61-121 (scattered numbers). April 5 - June 28, 1943.

Physical Description: 19 items.
 

Manzanar War Relocation Center - documents

Box 64

Roster of Manzanar residents. June 1, 1942-Dec. 31, 1944

Physical Description: 2 vols. (251 leaves). Typescript (carbon)

Note

Including 1 leaf addenda, "admissions since Jan. 1, 1945." Roster marked Nakamura.
Nobutaro is on negative microfilm #06630.
Also on positive film, in Box 107.
Box 107

Roster of Manzanar residents.

Note

Marked Nakamura, Nabutaro.
Original material is in Box 64.
Box 64

Western Defense Command. Statistical charts on Japanese population distribution and statistics, on relocation centers, exclusion areas, etc.

Physical Description: 1 volume.
Box 64

Certificate of appreciation to Ralph P. Merritt from the Block Managers of the Manzanar Relocation Center. Nov. 27, 1943

Box 64

4 graphs showing employment breakdown, birth and death rates at Manzanar. 1942-1944

Box 64

1 - 16" × 20" photo of Mrs. Kango Takamura by A.W. Bartel. June 28, 1944

Box 64

2 - 14" × 18" display layouts to the Ansel Adams book, Born Free and Equal. .

Box 68

Photostatic copies of WRA "preliminary statistics" on "relocated" Japanese.

Box 74 [portfolio]

Civilian Exclusion Orders. Issued by the Western Defense Command and Fourth Army. Presidio of San Francisco, California. March 24, 1942 - July 22, 1942

Note

# 1 - 108 - complete.
Broadsides. Includes occasional "Instructions to all persons of Japanese ancestry living in the following area." interfiled with appropriate Exclusion Order.
Handbill size copies of all these orders, etc,. are located in the California Ephemera Collection (Collection 200). See "Japanese in California."
 

Manzanar Relocation Center - Artwork

Box 64

1 water color of Manzanar by C.I. Marimoto. 1943

 

Photographs

Box 65, Folder 1

Photo number: 1
3 Nisei students at dining table with students and faculty members fromNational Training School in Kansas City, Missouri. March, 1945

Box 65, Folder 2

Photo number: 2
Mrs. Maeda talking to Lillian Funakubo, a boarder, with Mr. Maeda reading amagazine in their boarding house in Chicago. September, 1944

Box 65, Folder 3

Photo number: 3
Toyone Maeda in his truck in Chicago. September, 1944

Box 65, Folder 4

Photo number: 4
Richard Nishimura caring for Jersey herd at Mapleton Farm in Enosburg Falls, Vermont. August, 1944

Box 65, Folder 5

Photo number: 5
Group of Japanese resettlers at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia enjoying refreshments August, 1944

Box 65, Folder 6

Photo number: 6
Jack Hirose, a commercial artist, working in the Art Dept. of the WashingtonPost in Washington, D.C. February, 1944

Box 65, Folder 7

Photo number: 7
About 100 Issei and Nisei lay flowers on graves of dead Japanese ancestry at Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles on Memorial Day May, 1945

Box 65, Folder 8

Photo number: 8
Hal Takaoka, a floral designer in Peoria, Illinois March, 1945

Box 65, Folder 9

Photo number: 9
Paul M. Nakamoto, a maintenance man at the St. Joseph Home, Peoria, Illinois March, 1945

Box 65, Folder 10

Photo number: 10
Ailyn Yasamura, age six, w/classmates in first grade at Horace Mann-Lincoln School in Upper-Manhattan, NY.

Box 65, Folder 11

Photo number: 11
George Stanicci sketching his wife Margaret at their New York City apartment. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 12

Photo number: 12
Carl Kondo, freelance writer in New York, New York. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 13

Photo number: 13
Akio Nomiyama, Sade Akazawa, and Carl Kondo looking at guide book of New York City. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 14

Photo number: 14
George Nishimura, age 17, working in locker room at Wakonda Country Club in Des Moines, Iowa. June, 1944

Box 65, Folder 15

Photo number: 15
Miss Tomiko Yasuda, training as Cadet Nurse at Genesee Hospital in New York, posing with 2 other nurses.

Box 65, Folder 16

Photo number: 16
Miss Florence Takemura, age 23, working as receptionist at Iowa ChristianWomen's Missionary Society. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 17

Photo number: 17
Ray Komai, layout artist with 2 fellow workers at New York advertising agency. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 18

Photo number: 18
Dr. Frederick R. Thorne discussing with group in New York the cutting and editing of a moving picture taken of several relocation centers. January, 1944

Box 65, Folder 19

Photo number: 19
Group of people playing mah jong in a hostel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. July, 1944

Box 65, Folder 20

Photo number: 20
Kay Kageyama arranging plastic novelties at his business, the New York Plastic Company, with an assistant. March, 1945.

Box 66, Folder 1

Photo number: 1
Group of boys playing baseball .

Box 66, Folder 2

Photo number: 2
Kay Kageyama arranging plastic novelties at his business, the New York Plastics Company. March, 1945

Box 66, Folder 3

Photo number: 3
Henry and Willy Fukuhara and their father Ichisuke Fukuhara are preparing the beds in one of the Calderone Greenhouses in Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. April, 1945

Box 66, Folder 4

Photo number: 4
Mr. and Mrs. Ichisuke Fukuhara with members of their family and friends outside their home on the grounds of the Calderone Greenhouses in Farmingdale, Long Island, New York. April, 1945

Box 66, Folder 5

Photo number: 5
Shizuko Fukuhara, age 4, and her sister Yoshino, age 2, playing w/friends at Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. April, 1945

Box 66, Folder 6

Photo number: 6
Saburo Iwana checks in at gate of the American Brass Company in Waterbury, Connecticut. June, 1945

Box 66, Folder 7

Photo number: 7
The Kunieda family in front of their home at the greenhouse of Mr. Adolf Sauter, New Jersey. May, 1945

Box 66, Folder 8

Photo number: 8
Katsuo Imakyure, a waiter at Terrace Garden Restaurant at Sulgrave Hotel on Park Avenue in New York. July, 1944

Box 66, Folder 9

Photo number: 9
Emiko Ishizanki and Sally Nagasawa with their employer, Robert H. Ransley, a painter, and his wife. July, 1944

Box 66, Folder 10

Photo number: 10
Mrs. George Stanicci, a floral designer arranging flowers with a fellow worker in New York. July, 1944.

Box 66, Folder 11

Photo number : 11
Mr. and Mrs. George Stanicci having dinner with Carl Kondo and Michael Yonemitsu in New York. July, 1944.

Box 66, Folder 12

Photo number: 12
Group of Japanese women who hold civil service jobs in Washington, D.C. .

Box 66, Folder 13

Photo number: 13
Eva Lee, Mary Suzuki, and Sylvia Levanthal reading newspaper in front of "Americans All" booth at the Pan-Pacific Industrial Exposition in Los Angeles. September, 1944

Box 66, Folder 14

Photo number: 14
Board of Directors and the Hostel Trustees at the Buddhist Church in San Francisco. July, 1945

Box 66, Folder 15

Photo number: 15
Ouye family with friends on front porch of Ouyu home in San Francisco. August, 1945

Box 66, Folder 16

Photo number: 16
Group of Nisei men who teach Japanese to officers and men in the Civil Affairs Training School at Stanford University. July, 1945

Box 66, Folder 17

Photo number: 17
Group of Nisei women who teach Japanese to Army Officers in the Civil Affairs School at Stanford with Professor A. E. Sokol July, 1945

Box 66, Folder 18

Photo number: 18
Group of Nisei instructors who teach Japanese to army officers at Stanford University July, 1945

Box 66, Folder 19

Photo number: 19
Okamuro and Hara family in the backyard garage of Yam Okamura in Glendale, California. May, 1945

Box 66, Folder 20

Photo number: 20
Mr. Iwao Takamoto, an animator at Walt Disney Studios in Hollywood. June, 1945

Box 66, Folder 21

Photo number: 21
Yam Okamuro with his family and a friend in the backyard garage of his home in Glendale, California. May, 1945

Box 66, Folder 22

Photo number: 22
Kiichi Uyeda with Matsuo Yoshida and customers in his store in Little Tokyo in Los Angeles. May, 1945

Box 67, Folder 1

Photo number: 1
Buddhist Hostel in Los Angeles near USC with 2 men standing in front talking. June, 1945

Box 67, Folder 2

Photo number: 2
Takaki Grocery on Normandie in Los Angeles with man and woman looking through food stands. June, 1945

Box 67, Folder 3

Photo number: 3
Michiko Kataoka and Meriko Hoshiyama with 2 other students sitting in front of Powell Library at UCLA. May, 1945

Box 67, Folder 4

Photo number: 4
George Takaki and his father Yoshihiro in their store, Takaki Grocery, with their customers. June, 1945

Box 67, Folder 5

Photo number: 5
Henry Suenaga and Ben Nishiyama on their beds in the men's dormitories at Evergreen Hostel, Los Angeles. June, 1945

Box 67, Folder 6

Photo number: 6
Mr. Takejiro's mansion in the West Adams district of Los Angeles. June, 1945

Box 67, Folder 7

Photo number: 7
George Akagi's "boarding house" in West Los Angeles. June, 1946

Box 67, Folder 8

Photo number: 8
Crowd of people at a Chicago night club listening to a woman sing on stage. January, 1944

Box 67, Folder 9

Photo number: 9
Returnees arrive in Los Angeles by bus from Manzanar Relocation Center. May, 1945

Box 67, Folder 10

Photo number: 10
62 (8 x 10) WRA photographs and 2 newspaper clippings. 1943 - 1944

Box 68, Folder 1

Photo number: 1
Mary Kitano with 4 other co-workers at the City News Service in Los Angeles. May, 1945

Box 68, Folder 2

Photo number: 2
Dr. Tom T. Watanabe, radiologist, in an X-ray laboratory in Chicago. March, 1945

Box 68, Folder 3

Photo number: 3
Dorothy Tanaka and Toshio Ino in front of a statue at Fairmont Park in Philadelphia. August, 1944

Box 68, Folder 4

Photo number: 4
Mr. Suenaga working in a nursery at Hattiesburg, Mississippi. January, 1945

Physical Description: copy 1 of 3.
Box 68, Folder 5

Photo number: 5
Mr. Suenaga working in a nursery at Hattiesburg, Mississippi January, 1945

Physical Description: copy 2 of 3.
Box 68, Folder 6

Photo number: 6
Mr. Suenaga working in a nursery at Hattiesburg, Mississippi. January, 1945

Physical Description: copy 3 of 3.
Box 68, Folder 7

Photo number: 7
Jane Oi and Sally Tsujimoto with Privates Katsuji Nakamoto and Harold Matsumura in Washington, D. C. .

Box 68, Folder 8

Photo number: 8
Richard Nishimura on a horse-drawn rake on a farm in Enosburg Falls, Vermont August, 1944

Box 68, Folder 9

Photo number: 9
Group of men outside of Bill Mori's K&J Restaurant, their workplace, in Waterbury, Connecticut. August, 1944

Box 68, Folder 10

Photo number: 10
Richard Nishimura milking a cow on the Nichols farm in Enosburg Falls, Vermont. August, 1944

Box 68, Folder 11

Photo number: 11
Mr. Suenaga and co-worker with shovels at a greenhouse in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. January, 1945

Box 68, Folder 12

Photo number: 12
Mr. and Mrs. Toyone Maeda sitting in their living room in Chicago. September, 1944

Box 68, Folder 13

Photo number: 13
2 couples taking a stroll along the Schuylkill River in Fairmount Park in Philadelphia. August, 1944.

Box 68, Folder 14

Photo number: 14
5 Nisei in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. August, 1944.

Box 68, Folder 15

Photo number: 15
Group of students walking in Royce Quad at UCLA. May, 1945.

Physical Description: copy 1 of 2.
Box 68, Folder 16

Photo number: 16
Group of students walking in Royce Quad at UCLA. May, 1945.

Physical Description: copy 2 of 2.
Box 68, Folder 17

Photo number: 17
Sam Kuwahuru cooking at Mr. and Mrs. Haru Tanaka's restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri. March, 1945.

Box 68, Folder 18

Photo number: 18
Haru Tanaka cooking in his restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri. March, 1945.

Box 68, Folder 19

Photo number: 19
Takako Matsumoto and Ritsuko Nakaji stroll along a street in New York City. July, 1944.

Box 68, Folder 20

Photo number: 20
Mrs. George Stanicci arranging flowers, New York. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 1

Photo number: 1
Sylvia Levanthal, Mary Kitano, Col. H. A. Finch, Eva Lee, and Mary Suzuki atthe "Americans All" booth at the Pan-Pacific Industrial Exposition in Los Angeles. September, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 2

Photo number: 2
J. S. Takeyasu standing in a flower field on his land in San Fernando, California. September, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 3

Photo number: 3
Mr. Kitazawa at his nursery in San Jose, California. July, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 4

Photo number: 4
Kiyo Kitazawa working in her garden in San Jose, California. July, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 5

Photo number: 5
Mr. Kobayashi and his son, Richard, taking a break from working in their vineyard in Florin, California. August, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 6

Photo number: 6
Richard Kobayashi getting a drink from the well in the family's vineyard inFlorin, Califonia. September, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 7

Photo number: 7
Toshio Ino, Fuku Yokoyama, and Dorothy Tanaka standing at the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum. August, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 8

Photo number: 8
Eva Lee and Mary Suzuki with photographs at the Pan-Pacific Industrial Exposition. September, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 9

Photo number: 9
The Shimokawa family with Reverand S. Kowta walking toward the Evergreen Hostel. June, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 10

Photo number: 10
Mrs. Mary Kito in a "Now" magazine office in Los Angeles with Malcolm Thurburn and Nob Sawamura. May, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 11

Photo number: 11
Two female and two male Nisei teachers standing in front of a building on the Stanford campus. July, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 12

Photo number: 12
Mr. and Mrs. Toyone Maeda on the front steps of their boarding house in Chicago with 3 of their tenants in front of them. September, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 13

Photo number: 13
Emiko Ishiski, an assistant to the artist Robert H. Ransley, decorating a goblet. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 14

Photo number: 14
Betty Lyou, holding a newspaper, with her husband Rodney Voight, Fusako Takemoto and Mary Kitano in an office of the City News Service in Los Angeles.

Box 69, Folder 15

Photo number: 15
Shizuka Furuto sitting at a desk in her apartment in Des Moines, Iowa. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 16

Photo number: 16
Jackson and Mary Takayanagi in their apartment in Des Moines, Iowa. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 17

Photo number: 17
Mr. and Mrs. Tomatsu Gorai and Mr. Ushimatsu Kubota looking at the job bulletin board in the Philadelphia WRA office. July, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 18

Photo number: 18
Percy Fukushima, shipping clerk at James G. Biddle Company. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 19

Photo number: 19
Katsuo Imakyure, a waiter at Terrace Garden in Sulgrave Hotel in New York City. July, 1944.

Box 69, Folder 20

Photo number: 20
Shisuo Mitsuhata, chef at Clifton's Cafeteria in Los Angeles. June, 1945.

Box 69, Folder 21

Photo number: 21
R. Nojima taking care of the plants on the land of Mr. Takeyasu in San Fernando, California. September, 1945.