Register of the Harold S. Jacoby Nisei Collection, 1942-46

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University Library, University of the Pacific
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University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.



Register of the Harold S. Jacoby Nisei Collection, 1942-46

Collection number: Mss27

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

Contact Information

  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html/index.asp
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
November 1997
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Harold S. Jacoby Nisei Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1942-46
Collection number: Mss27
Creator: Harold S. Jacoby
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Harold S. Jacoby Nisei Collection, Mss27, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Biography

Dr. Harold Jacoby was a Professor of Sociology and Dean of the College of the Pacific (1933-1969). Jacoby was also a member of the staff of the Tule Lake Relocation Center in California (1942), the Japanese-American Resettlement Program in Chicago (1943), and the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Program in the Middle East (1944). Early in World War II Harold Jacoby was employed by the War Relocation Authority (WRA), which had responsibility for the relocation of Japanese-Americans. He was in charge of security at Tule Lake internment camp during the first year of its existence. In mid-1943 those internees who refused to sign a U.S. Loyalty Oath were removed from other camps and segregated in the camp at Tule Lake. At this time, Jacoby left Tule Lake for Chicago where he worked with the Japanese-American Resettlement Program assisting Japanese Americans seeking to leave the camps to find employment. Jacoby has published a memoir of the period: Tule Lake: From relocation to segregation (1997).

Scope and Content

The collection includes WRA reports and other printed materials, periodical articles both by Japanese Americans and by others, field notes, internment camp newspapers and highschool yearbooks, clippings, and ephemera relating to the Japanese-American relocation. It contains materials pertaining to nearly all of the ten internment camps, but is strongest in materials from Granada (Colorado) and from Tule Lake. The collection is arranged chronologically with items boxed together according to type: Boxes 1-2: War Relocation Authority publications; Box 3: Other US government agency publications; Box 4: Japanese-American community publications; Box 5: The national press; and, Box 6: Correspondence, unpublished writings and ephemera.

Collection Contents

Box: 1-2

War Relocation Authority(WRA)---Printed Matter 1942-1946

Box: 1

1942

Box-folder 1.1

"1st Quarterly Report, March 18, 1942 - June 30, 1942" [18 l.;2 copies]

Box-folder 1.2

Roy D. Nash, Project Dir. "Manzanar from the inside" (7-31-42) [13 l.] [address to Commonwealth Club, SF]

Box-folder 1.3

"Relocation and the Constitution," (8-12-42) [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.4

"Prevalent fears in the Tule Lake community" (9-3-42) [7 l.]

Box-folder 1.5

"Relocation communities for war-time evacuees," (Sep 1942) [incl. capsule description each facility]

Box-folder 1.6

"2nd Quarterly Report, July 1, 1942 - September 30, 1942," [41 l.; 3 copies]

Box-folder 1.7

"Quarterly Report of Project Director, Granada Relocation Center...Jul 1-Sep 30, 1942" [44 l.]

Box-folder 1.8

"Community Analysis Report No. 1: John F. Embree. "Dealing with Japanese Americans," (Oct 1942) [+ memo from Paul J. Terry, Dir. Educ. at Granada recommending Report to his principals, 11-9-42]

Box-folder 1.9

"Background [thru 10/42] for the Relocation Program," [6 1.] [ Prepared for the information of the staff of the War Relocation Authority]; "Chronology of the Relocation [thru 10/42]," [3 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 1.10

"WRA Bibliography of Japanese in America," Pt. 1 (11-7-42) [7 l.]; Pt. 2 (11-24-42) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.11

"Extracts from a report on the Poston disturbance (Nov 1942); "Conversation betw. W. Wade Head, Project Dir. & H.H. Townsend, Supply & Transportation Officer on Dec 1, 1942" [2 l.;2 copies]

Box-folder 1.12

[WRA newsletter?; Dec 1942?; lacks title pg.]

Box-folder 1.13

"WRA Reports. Digest of Information, No. 29" (12-26-42) [1 l.] [report on disturbance at Manzanar]

Box-folder 1.14

"3rd Quarterly Report, October 1, 1942- December 31," [36 l.;2 copies]

Box-folder 1.15

"Excerpts from a report on community development at Poston," (n.d.; stamped "rec'd. 1-4-43")

Box: 1

1943

Box-folder 1.16

"Supplementary statement by Mr. D. S. Myer before Sub-Comm. of Military Affairs Comm." (1-20-43) [15 1.; 3 copies]

Box-folder 1.17

Paul J. Terry, Dir. Educ. "Schools at Granada Relocation Center..." (1-21-43) [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.18

Community Analysis Report No. 2: John Embree. "Causes of unrest at relocation centers" (Feb 1943)

Box-folder 1.19

Community Analysis Report No. 3: "Japanese groups & associations in the US" (Mar 1943)

Box-folder 1.20

"Quarterly Report of the Amache Junior High School of the Granada Relocation Center, December 15 to March 20, 1943," [17 l.]

Box-folder 1.21

"Japanese Americans in Relocation Centers" (Mar 1943) [2 l.; 3 copies]

Box-folder 1.22

"Weekly Press Review," No. 1,3-6,10-11 (Jan-Mar 1943)

Box-folder 1.23

Community Analysis Report No. 4: "Notes on Japanese holidays" (4-2-43) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.24

"Report of Committee on Dissemination of WRA Information" (4-9-43) [1 l.]

Box-folder 1.25

John W. Powell, Asst. Chief Comm. Services, Poston. "America's refugees..." (4-14-43)

Box-folder 1.26

"Reports Roundtable No. 7" (4-19-43) [1 l.] [re role of schools in disseminating info about WR policies]

Box-folder 1.27

"The Relocation Program: A Guidebook for Residents of Relocation Centers" (May 1943)

Box-folder 1.28

"Manual of evacuee transfer operations" (6-12-43)

Box-folder 1.29

Community Analysis Report No. 5: "Evacuee resistance to relocation" (Jun 1943) [6 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 1.30

"Weekly Press Review," No. 12-13,16,18,22-24 (Apr-Jun, 1943)

Box-folder 1.31

"Semi-Annual Report of the WRA, Jan 1 to Jun 30, 1943" [25 l.;2 copies]

Box: 2

1943

Box-folder 2.1

[WRA comments on HUAC activities & pronouncements] (May-Jul 1943)

Box-folder 2.1

"Stmt. of testimony by Harold H. Townsend before HUAC, LA" (5-26-43) [14 l.]

Box-folder 2.1

"False stmts. of Harold H. Townsend before HUAC, LA" (n.d.) [13 l.]

Box-folder 2.1

"Comments by WRA on newspaper stmts. attr. to representatives of HUAC" (n.d.) [4 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"Suppl. comments by WRA on newspaper stmts. allegedly made by representatives of HUAC" (n.d.) [9 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"Comments by WRA on stmts. reported in press allegedly made by witnesses before HUAC during hearings in LA betw. Jun 8 & Jun 17" (n.d.) [4 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"Stmt. of Dillon S. Myer...[before HUAC]" (7-6-43) [1 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"A stmt. of guiding principles of the WRA [before HUAC]" (7-7-43) [3 l.; 3 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"Evidences of Americanism among Japanese Americans: stmt. of Dillon S. Myer, Dir. WRA [before HUAC]" (7-7-43) [1 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.1

"Comments by WRA on remarks of Rep. John M. Costello made in House of Rep. Jun 28, 1943" [2 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.2

[Memo re planned use of Tule Lake as Segregation Center] (7-14-43) [10 l.]

Box-folder 2.3

Misc. Segregation Process materials (Su1943)

Box-folder 2.3

Plan of segregation movts.

Box-folder 2.3

Agenda for relocation meetings

Box-folder 2.3

"Report on the Director's telegram of July 13, 1943" [4 l.]

Box-folder 2.3

"Questions & answers for governing administration & policy of the segregation center", (n.d.) [6 l.]

Box-folder 2.3

Registration notice for internees (Feb 1943) [2 l.]

Box-folder 2.4

Community Analysis No. 6: "Nisei assimilation" (7-21-43)

Box-folder 2.5

"Summary Notes of Segregation Conference of WRA Officials, July 26-27, 1943," [17 l.; 2 copies]]

Box-folder 2.6

Granada Community Analysis Report No. 2: "Evacuee attitudes on relocation" (n.d.; cJul 1943)

Box-folder 2.7

D.S. Myer. "The truth about Relocation" (8-6-43) [6 l.; 2 copies] [address to Commonwealth Club, SF]

Box-folder 2.8

"WRA Bibliography on WRA, Japanese & Japanese Americans, Pt. III," (8-14-43) [16 l.]

Box-folder 2.9

"Second Quarterly Report of WRA, Jul 1 to Sep 30, 1943"

Box-folder 2.10

"Weekly Press Review," No. 25-26,28,30,33 (July-Sep 1943)

Box-folder 2.11

"A brief Description of the WRA Project for Evacuated Japanese (Granada Project)." (10-43) [2 l.; 3 copies] (+related untitled item, 4 l.; 2 copies)

Box-folder 2.12

[D.S. Myer press release on Tule Lake disturbance] (11-13-43) [3 l.; 2 versions]

Box-folder 2.13

D.S. Myer. "The Relocation Program," (11-16-43) [Address by D.S. Myer to American Legion State Commanders]

Box-folder 2.14

Project Analysis Series No. 11: "Notes on evacuee family patterns" (11-24-43) [2 l.]

Box-folder 2.15

"Weekly Press Review," No. 38-39,41-45,47-48 (Oct-Dec 1943)

Box-folder 2.16

"War Relocation Authority Abstracts." (1943) [39 abstracts of magazine articles about Japanese Americans & the relocation; earliest article dated May 1941, latest Jan 1943; articles not numbered in consecutive chronological order (numbering provided by WRA) these abstracts probably all created at one time for use of WRA staff;; abstracts offer WRA perspective on each article as well as summary of contents, c 50 1.]

Box-folder 2.16

Theodore Fithian. "Are we outlawing Japanese Americans?" Common Sense (9/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Carey McWilliams. "Moving the West Coast Japanese," Harper's Magazine (9/42)

Box-folder 2.16

"Moving a whole people," Scholastic (11/16-21/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Roger Baldwin. "Japanese Americans & the law," Asia (9/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Karl R. Bendetsen. "The Japanese evacuation," Vital Speeches (6-15-42)

Box-folder 2.16

John Bird. "Our Japs have gone to work," Country Gentleman (8/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Carey McWilliams. "Japanese evacuation policy & perspectives" Common Ground (Su1942)

Box-folder 2.16

Robert L. Brown. "Manzanar Relocation Center," Common Ground (F1942)

Box-folder 2.16

"The Japanese in America," Harper's Magazine (9-19-42)

Box-folder 2.16

"Evacuees to farms," Business Week (9-19-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Grace E. Wills. "The West Coast Japanese," Asia (Aug 1942)

Box-folder 2.16

Ernest O. Hauser. "America's 150,000 Japanese," American Mercury (Dec 1941)

Box-folder 2.16

Ernest K. Lindley. "Problems of the Japanese migration," Newsweek (3-30-42)

Box-folder 2.16

"West Coast Nisei present a problem," Scholastic (3/9-14/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Yoshita Nakashima. "Dual citizenship & the question of statehood for Hawaii," Scholastic (May 12, 1941)

Box-folder 2.16

Asami Kawachi. "Stranger's rice," Common Ground (Su1942)

Box-folder 2.16

Jim Marshall. "The problem people," Collier's (Aug 15, 1942)

Box-folder 2.16

"Coast Japs are interned in mountain camp," Life (4-6-42)

Box-folder 2.16

"Business in evacuation centers," Business Week (7-18-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Mary Oyama. "After Pearl Harbor--Los Angeles"; Tooru Kanazawa."After Pearl Harbor-- New York," Common Ground (Sp1942)

Box-folder 2.16

Mary Oyama. "This isn't Japan," Common Ground (Fall 1942)

Box-folder 2.16

"Doughboys by choice," Parade (10-18-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Mike Masaoka. "Japanese American creed," Common Sense (9/42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

"No certain way to tell Japanese from Chinese," Science News Letter (12-20-41) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

W.H. Chamberlin. "Civil liberties...," Christian Century (1-13-43) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

"A blot on our record," Christianity in Crisis (4-20-42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

H.P. Howard. "Americans in concentration camps," The Crisis (9/42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

Satoko Murakami. "I am alive," Common Ground (Sp1942) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

George D. Nickel. "Evacuation American stule," Survey Midmonthly (4/42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.16

"Jap evacuation," Western Industry (5-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Paul S. Taylor. "Our stake in the Japanese exodus," Survey Graphic (9/42)

Box-folder 2.16

George D. Nickel. "In the relocation centers," Survey Midmonthly (1-43)

Box-folder 2.16

Albert W. Palmer. "Arizona's city of exiles," Christian Century (1-20-43)

Box-folder 2.16

Stanley High. "Japanese saboteurs in our midst," Reader's Digest (1/42)

Box-folder 2.16

Blake Clark. "The Japanese in Hawaii," New Republic (9-14-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Galen M. Fisher. "Japanese evacuation from the Pacific Coast," Far Eastern Survey (6-29-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Pearl S. Buck. "Tinder for tomorrow," Asia (3-42)

Box-folder 2.16

Mabel B. Ellis & H.J. Wilkins. "The West Coast evacuation in relation to the struggle for freedom," Public Affairs News Service, Bull. 6

Box-folder 2.16

Emory S. Bogardus. "Current problems of Japanese Americans," Sociology & Social Research (Jul-Aug 1941)

Box: 2

1944

Box-folder 2.17

Dillon S. Myer. "Facts about the War Relocation Authority," (1-21-44) [6 l.] [address to LA Town Hall]

Box-folder 2.18

Community Analysis Report No. 8: "Japanese Americans educated in Japan" (1-28-44) [8 l.]

Box-folder 2.19

Project Analysis Series No. 12: "Studies of segregants at Manzanar" (2-3-44) [7 l.]

Box-folder 2.20

Project Analysis Series No. 13: "A preliminary survey of boilermen's dispute at Minidoka" (3-3-44) [6 l.]

Box-folder 2.21

Community Analysis Notes No. 2: "Engagement & marriage customs in a relocation center" [Minidoka] (3-29-44) [2 l.]

Box-folder 2.22

Community Analysis Series No. 15: "The reaction of Heart Mtn. to the opening of selective service to the Nisei" (4-1-44) [7 l.]

Box-folder 2.23

Community Analysis Notes No. 3: "Traditional Japanese Therapeutics practised at Minidoka" (4-7-44) [1 l.]

Box-folder 2.24

"Weekly Press Review," No. 51-52,69,71 (Jan-Jun 1944)

Box-folder 2.25

"WRA and minority problem material (in Mr. Walther's file)" (7-20-44) [3 l.] [Walther was a teacher at Granada]

Box-folder 2.26

"Analysis of Alien Land Law of Washington..." (8-17-44)

Box-folder 2.27

Granada Community Analysis Report No. 8: "Factors & attitudes in the resettlement problem" (9-44) [24 l.]

Box-folder 2.28

"The leave program of the WRA" (10-1-44) [9 l.]

Box-folder 2.29

Dillon S. Myer. "A 10th of a million people" (10-26-44) [5 l.] [address to Des Moines Adult Education Forum]

Box-folder 2.30

Community Analysis Report No. 10: "Labor relations in relocation centers" (10-28-44) [15 l.]

Box-folder 2.31

"Weekly Press Review," No. 78-80,82-83 (Jul-Dec 1944)

Box-folder 2.32

"Semi-Annual Report, Jul 1-Dec 30, 1944" [40 l.]

Box-folder 2.33

Joseph B. Hunter. "The evacuation & relocation of Japanese Americans" (n.d. c1944)

Box-folder 2.34

"What we're fighting for" (n.d. cFall 1944) ["stmts. by US servicemen about Americans of Japanese descent"]

Box: 2

1945

Box-folder 2.35

"Education program in War Relocation Centers" (2-1-45)

Box-folder 2.36

Community Analysis Notes No. 10: "Boys' Day" (3-13-45) [1 l.]

Box-folder 2.37

Community Analysis Report No. 11: "Exploratory survey of California attitudes toward return..." (4-4-45) [5 l.; 2 copies]

Box-folder 2.38

Community Analysis Notes No. 13: "West Coast localities: SF Bay Area" (4-9-45) [10 l.]

Box-folder 2.39

"Myths & facts about Japanese Americans" (Jun 1945) [2 copies]

 

1946 and undated

Box-folder 2.40

U.S. Dept. of Interior. Administrative Highlights of the WRA Program (1946)

Box-folder 2.41

"The place of schools in the WRA Relocation Centers" (n.d.; probably 1942)

Box: 3

Other US Government Agencies---Printed Matter

Box: 3

Before 1942

Box-folder 3.1

"Prisoners of War--Convention between the United States and other powers," 1932.

Box: 3

1942

Box-folder 3.2

U.S. Congress. H. Res. 113. "Preliminary report & recommendations on problems of evacuation of citizens & aliens from military areas" (3-19-42)

 

Headquarters Western Defense Command & 4th Army.

Box-folder 3.3

Evacuation Poster (4-1-42)

Box-folder 3.4

Bulletins #1-9 (Mar-May 1942)

Box-folder 3.5

US. House of Representatives. 77th Congress, 2d Sess. Report No. 2124. "Findings and recommendations on evacuation of enemy aliens..." (May 1942)

Box-folder 3.6

Headquarters Western Defense Command and Fourth Army. Proclamations #1-3, 6-9, 11, 14-17 (3-2-42 thru 4-19-43)

Box-folder 3.7

U.S. House of Rep. Subcommittee on Appropriations. "Abstract of stmt. by Milton S. Eisenhower to substantiate request for $70 million for WRA in 1943" (6-29-42)

Box: 3

1943

Box-folder 3.8

excerpts from broadcast by Elmer Davis, Dir. Office of War Information (4-23-43)

Box-folder 3.9

U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. "Segregation of loyal and disloyal Japanese...," (9-14-43) [two copies]

Box-folder 3.10

U.S. House of Rep. 78th Congr. Sess. 1. Report No. 717: "Report & minority views of the Special Committee on Un-American Activities on Japanese War Relocation Centers" (9-30-43)

Box-folder 3.11

Lt. Col. Verne Austin, Cmdr. Tule Lake. "Proclamation No. 2" (11-13-43) [stmt. of rules for conduct of residents while military are in charge]

Box: 3

1943

Box-folder 3.12

U.S. Dept. of Interior. Information Service. "An American doughboy's solution of how to handle those whowould prevent the relocation of Japanese American citizens from evacuee centers into the normal stream of American life..." (5-31-44)

Box: 3

1945-46 & undated

Box-folder 3.13

"Minority report of the Hon. Herman P. Eberharter [U.S. House Rep.]" (n.d.; after 9-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Elizabeth Shellhorn. San Joaquin County Welfare Dept. [?] "Report on welfare problems" (1-25-46)

Box: 4

Materials authored by Japanese-Americans

 

1941 and no date

Box-folder 4.1

Japanese American Citizens' League. "The Japanese American creed" (1941), "A Declaration of policy by the Japanese American Citizens League" no date

Box: 4

1942

Box-folder 4.2

Tule Lake Information Bulletin No. 3-9 (May 30-Jun 11, 1942) [precursor of Center newspaper, The Tulean Dispatch]

Box-folder 4.3

El Joaquin (6-6-42) [Stockton, Calif. Assembly Ctr. newspaper]

Box-folder 4.4

The Tulean Dispatch (6-42)

Box-folder 4.5

"History of Merced Asembly Center School" (n.d.) [placed here because deals w/ period before Relocation Centers, Feb-Jun 1942]

Box-folder 4.6

Speeches by Block Administrators at Heart Mtn. [Wyo.] shortly after arrival (n.d., ca 6-42)

Box-folder 4.7-4.10

The Tulean Dispatch, July-Oct 1942

Box-folder 4.7
Box-folder 4.8
Box-folder 4.9
Box-folder 4.10
Box-folder 4.11

Yamato Ishihashi. "A survey of Japanese immigration in general" (WRA summary,10-24-42)

Box-folder 4.12-4.14

The Tulean Dispatch, 11-12 1942

Box-folder 4.12
Box-folder 4.13
Box-folder 4.14

The Tulean Dispatch Magazine Section (Aug-Dec 1942)

Box-folder 4.14
Box-folder 4.14
Box-folder 4.14
Box-folder 4.14
Box-folder 4.14
Box: 4

1943

Box-folder 4.15-4:19

The Tulean Dispatch, Jan-May 1943

Box-folder 4.15
Box-folder 4.16

The Tulean Dispatch Magazine Section (1-43)

Box-folder 4.17
Box-folder 4.18
Box-folder 4.19
Box-folder 4.19

(Circa 4-43)

Box-folder 4.20

The Tulean Dispatch (5-43)

Box-folder 4.21

The Tri-Stater 1:17-18 (5-14,21-43); 2:24 (7-2-43) [Tule Lake High School newspaper]

Box-folder 4.21

The Tri Stater 1:17

Box-folder 4.21

The Tri Stater 1:18

Box-folder 4.21

The Tri Stater 2:24

Box-folder 4.22

The Tulean Dispatch. "A Tule Lake Interlude: 1st Anniversary, May 27, 1942-43"

Box-folder 4.23

The Tulean Dispatch (Jun 1943)

Box-folder 4.23

The Tulean Dispatch (Jun 25, 1943)

Box-folder 4.24

"Tule Lake Project" (ca Jun 1943)

Box-folder 4.25-4.30

The Tulean Dispatch, July-Nov 1943

Box-folder 4.25
Box-folder 4.26
Box-folder 4.26
Box-folder 4.27
Box-folder 4.28
Box-folder 4.28
Box-folder 4.28
Box-folder 4.29
Box-folder 4.30

Sample newspapers from relocation centers (1943)

Box-folder 4.30

Gila (Ariz.) News-Courier (5-1-43)

Box-folder 4.30

Heart Mt. (Wyo.) Sentinel (5-15-43)

Box-folder 4.30

Rohwer (Ark.) Outpost (5-12-43)

Box-folder 4.30

Topaz (Ut.) Times (5-6-43)

Box-folder 4.31

Li'l Daniel (12-43) [Rohwer Reloc. Ctr. 1st anniv. book; 2 copies]

Box-folder 4.32

Jimmie Omura. "Pigeon-hole musings" n.s. (n.d.; ca 1943)

Box: 4

1944

Box-folder 4.33

"Amache" (n.d.; ca 2-44) [descriptive brochure by Nisei inhabitants of Granada]

Box-folder 4.34

Ben Kuroki. "Ben Kuroki's story" (2-4-44) [address to Commonwealth Club, SF; one publ. & one mimeo copy]

Box-folder 4.35

Japanese American Citizens' League. "What we're fighting for" (n.d. ca1944)

Box-folder 4.36-4:37

Granada [Colo.] community & Amache High School misc. programs

Box-folder 4.36

Sp 1944

Box-folder 4.36

Sophomore St. Patrick Dance program

Box-folder 4.36

Amache High School Spring Music program

Box-folder 4.36

Amache High School Senior Banquet program

Box-folder 4.36

Chiyoko Matsuda recital program

Box-folder 4.36

Amache High School Senior Class Play program

Box-folder 4.36

Amache High School 8th Grade Dance

Box-folder 4.36

Amache High School Commencement invitation

Box-folder 4.36

"Isle of May" Dance program

Box-folder 4.36

Ruby Yoshino Recital program

Box-folder 4.37

F 1944

Box-folder 4.37

Amache Carnival coaster

Box-folder 4.37

Box Sociable invitation

Box-folder 4.37

Spurs Anniversary Ball invitation

Box-folder 4.37

Granada Christian Sunday School Christmas Carol Sing

Box-folder 4.37

New Year's Party invitation

Box : 4

1945-46 & undated

Box-folder 4.38-4.39

Granada community [Colo.] & Amache H.S. misc. programs

Box-folder 4.38

Sp 1945

Box-folder 4.38

Instructional Square Dances poster

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Mid-term Prom invitation

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Jr. Dance invitation

Box-folder 4.38

WR Anglers Club Bridge Party invitation [2/5/45]

Box-folder 4.38

WR Anglers Club Bridge Party invitation [1/22/45]

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Sophomore Dance invitation

Box-folder 4.38

Staff Dinner Dance

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Press Club Party Invitation

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Sr. Banquet

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Spring Concert program

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School 9th Grade Dance program

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Sr. Prom invitation

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Sr. Banquet program

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Baccalaureate

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Commencement invitation

Box-folder 4.38

Amache High School Commencement program

Box-folder 4.38

Wranglers Dance Invitation

Box-folder 4.39

n.d.

Box-folder 4.39

WR Anglers Club dance ticket

Box-folder 4.39

President's Ball invitation

Box-folder 4.39

Amache High School Royal Ball invitation

Box-folder 4.39

Amache High School Pan-American Assembly program

Box-folder 4.39

GR Tri-Delt "Apple Blossom Time" invitation

Box-folder 4.39

Amache High School Girls Glee Concert ticket

Box-folder 4.39

Amache [Colo.] Christmas card

Box-folder 4.39

Silk Screen Shop Exhibition invitation

Box-folder 4.39

WR Anglers New Years card

Box-folder 4.40

"Onlooker" (1944, 1945) [Amache High School, Granada yearbooks]

Box-folder 4.40
Box-folder 4.40
Box-folder 4.41

Granada Pioneer (12-17-44) & ("final ed." 9-15-45)

Box-folder 4.41
Box-folder 4.41
Box-folder 4.42

"Report of Alyce A. Ohama" (n.d.; ca 1945) [describes work experiences after leaving Granada in Chicago & Rochester, NY]

Box-folder 4.43

Japanese American Committee for Democracy Newsletter (8-45)

Box-folder 4.44-4.45

Pacific Citizen

Box-folder 4.44

(12-22-45) [describes postwar situation in Hawaii]

Box-folder 4.45

(12-21-46) [6 part issue titled "The Nisei come home'"]

Box: 5

Non-Government Publications from outside the Centers

Box: 5

Pre-War to 1941

Box-folder 5.1

Jiuji J. Kasai. "Foundations of American-Japanese friendship," 1925

Box-folder 5.2

"A list of Life, Time & Fortune articles of current significance on China" [1938-42] and "Stockton Mobilizes Emergency Defense; Japanese Association Pledges Support" Stockton Record [12-8-41]

Box: 5

1942

Box-folder 5.3

Norman Thomas. "Democracy & Japanese-Americans," 7-20-42

Box-folder 5.4

Albert Horlings. "Hawaii's 150,000 Japanese," The Nation (7-25-42) [+ letters to editor in response]

Box-folder 5.5

Carey McWilliams. "Japanese evacuation...," Common Ground (Su1942)

Box-folder 5.6

Galen M. Fisher. "A balance sheet on Japanese evacuation," Christian Century (9-42)

Box-folder 5.7

Joseph H. Smart. "Democracy in relocation centers," (10-8-42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 5.8

Harry P. Howard. "Our allies in Japan," Commonweal (10-9-42)

Box-folder 5.9

Ross Thompson. "Relocation center presents many problems," Lamar Daily News (n.d.; F1942) [re Granada Relocation Center]

Box-folder 5.10

Caleb Foote. "Democracy in detention," Fellowship (12-42)

Box-folder 5.11

Colorado Council of Churches. "The Japanese in our midst," (1942 & 1943 ed.)

Box-folder 5.12

"The Teacher & the War Relocation Project," 1942. "Dr. Jacoby Leave Colleg to Take up position in Tule Japanese Camp" 5-7-42 Stockton Record. "Entire Port Area Barred to 'Enemy' Nationals" 1-2-42. "S.J. Farm Bureau Lashes Japs' Presense in Delta" 2-16-42. Jacoby Leaves for Government Position at Relocation Camp" Pacific Weekly 5-8-42.

Box: 5

1943

Box-folder 5.13

Isamu Noguchi. "Trouble among Japanese Americans, New Republic (2-1-43)

Box-folder 5.14

Willard W. Beatty. "What makes an American?," Journal of the National Education Association (2-43)

Box-folder 5.15

Galen M. Fisher. "Japanese colony success story," (2-43) [J.'s in Utah outside camps]

Box-folder 5.16

John Larison. "The Jap Crow experiment," The Nation (4-10-43)

Box-folder 5.17

Station KFEL, Denver. [untitled 5 program series on Granada Relocation Center] (7/5 thru 7/9/43)

Box-folder 5.18

"March of Time." [radio program] "Remarks of Rep. Herman P. Eberharter" (8-26-43). "Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play" (6-15-43)

Box-folder 5.19

Galen M. Fisher. "A balance sheet on Japanese evacuation," Christian Century (Aug 18,25 & Sep 1,8, 1943)

Box-folder 5.20

Eleanor Roosevelt. "A Challenge to American sportsmanship, Collier's (10-16-43)

Box-folder 5.21

National Japanese American Student Relocation Council. Newsletters No. 6 (9-24-43) & No. 7 (12-10-43)

Box-folder 5.22

Ruth Benedict & Gene Weltfish. "Races of mankind," 1943

Box-folder 5.23

"Need farm or factory help...?" n.s. (n.d. c1943)

Box-folder 5.24

John F. Embree. The Japanese. Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian Institution, 1943 [2 copies]

Box-folder 5.25

"The Chinese in relation to America's exclusion & naturalization laws," n.s. (1943)

Box-folder 5.26

Caleb Foote. "American refugees," Berkeley: Fellowship of Reconciliation, c1943

Box: 5

1944

Box-folder 5.27

Natl. Japanese American Student Relocation Council. Minutes (1-19-44)

Box-folder 5.28

"Race: The Color of Christian Democracy," Motive (Jan 1944) [suite of articles]

Box-folder 5.29

"Ben Kuroki: American," Time (2-7-44)

Box-folder 5.30

"Tule Lake," Life (3-20-44)

Box-folder 5.31

"Issei - Nisei - Kibei," Fortune (Apr 1944)

Box-folder 5.32

Committee on Resettlement of Japanese Americans. "The Concern of the Church..." (Apr 1944)

Box-folder 5.33

"Talk by Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, President of the University of California, on June 29, 1944," ["from Rob Wagner's script" reprint by WRA]

Box-folder 5.34

Congregational Christian General Council. "Japanese relocation & our democracy" (Jun 1944)

Box-folder 5.35

Blue Network, "America's Town Meeting of the Air." "Can the Japanese be assimilated...?" (8-3-44)

Box-folder 5.36

Gene Casey. "GI Japyank," Collier's (8-5-44)

Box-folder 5.37

Harry Kleiner. "They call me GI Joe," NBC. "University of the Air." No. 11 (10-7-44)

Box-folder 5.38

Carey McWilliams. What about our Japanese Americans? NY: Public Affairs Committee, 1944 [2 copies]

Box-folder 5.39

Committee on American Principles & Fair Play. "American Fighting Men Speak Out" (1944)

Box-folder 5.40

Truman B. Douglass. "70,000 American refugees made in USA." Citizens Committee for Resettlement, 1944.

Box: 5

1945

Box-folder 5.41

San Joaquin Industrial Union Council. [resolution to assist returning Nisei] (2-19-45)

Box-folder 5.42

California Preservation Association. "Why do we take the stand we do not solicit Japanese trade?" (3-2-45)

Box-folder 5.43

Judge James H. Wolfe. "The Dawn of a new day" (3-10-45) [address to residents of Topaz Relocation Center]

Box-folder 5.44

John H. Provinse. "Relocation of Japanese-American college students...," Higher Education (4-16-45)

Box-folder 5.45

Dillon S. Mayer. "American Japanese: A Test of tolerance," The Progressive (9-24-45)

Box-folder 5.46

Galen M. Fisher. "The Nisei return," Common Sense (Nov 1945)

Box: 5

1946

Box-folder 5.47

John Hersey. "A Reporter at Large: Hiroshima," New Yorker (8-31-46)

Box 6

Correspondence; Reminiscences; Clippings; Ephemera

Box 6

Correspondence

Box-folder 6.1

Toshi Tomita [Turlock Assembly Center] to Dr. Irving Goleman, May 1942

Box-folder 6.2

WRA correspondence

Box-folder 6.2

D.S. Myer to Harold Jacoby, n.d. [re Yeiko Uyeno]

Box-folder 6.2

C. Fred Lane, WRA San Francisco to Claud C. Gilmore, WRA Stockton, 3-26-46 [re Justice Dept. directive on protection of minority rights; incl. directive]

Box-folder 6.3

O.D. Richardson [LA City College] to "Dear Friends," 12-12-42.

Box-folder 6.4

Paul J. Terry [Educ. Dir., Granada] to Lee Casey [Rocky Mtn. News], 1-20-43

Box-folder 6.5

Ted E. Lewis, Topaz, Utah to "Chief" [Harold Jacoby?], 3-26-43

Box-folder 6.6

Harold S. Jacoby to "Ex-Tulean," 8-12- 43; Notes beginning "Miss Gifford" [green ink, 2 pp.]

Box 6

Reminiscences & Other Writings

Box-folder 6.7

P.G. Webber. Untitled personal observations on Japan & relocation, n.d. [Webber a Japan scholar who spoke Japanese]

Box-folder 6.8

"Meditation on a boy," n.d., 6 pp. [anonymous typescript on Paul Takemura, who died in an accident at Amache]

Box-folder 6.9

Toyohiko Kagawa. "Poems on the Far Eastern Crisis," n.d. [written in relocation center]

Box 6

Newspaper Clippings

Box-folder 6.10

1942

Box-folder 6.10

"Church services for Japanese," n.s. (5-23-42)

Box-folder 6.10

"Women's luncheon," n.s. (6-10-42)

Box-folder 6.10

Bill Henry. "By the Way," Los Angeles Times (12-26-42) [typed transcript]

Box-folder 6.10

"Japanese neighbors help Chinese to farm land of evacuated friends," n.s. (n.d., c1942)

Box-folder 6.11

1943

Box-folder 6.11

"Army will admit loyal US Japanese," Cleveland Press (1-29-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Welcome plan for Jap labor here," Cleveland Press (1-29-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Loyal to America," Canton Repository (1-30-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Jap battalion in US Army is highly praised," Erie Dispatch Herald (2-3-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Nisei seeks job at Middletown State Hospital," Hartford Courant (2-6-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Abbreviated citizenship," Detroit Free Press (2-16-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"University Women protest act aimed at Japanese," Little Rock Gazette (2-21-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Wisconsin jobs waiting for Japanese-Americans," Milwaukee Sentinel (2-24-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Nisei nurses," Newark Evening News (3-26-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Recent addition to Inter-City News staff has deep faith in Uncle Sam," Kansas City Inter-City News (3-26-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Evacuated farmers," Washington Post (3-28-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Four Sakura brothers are shown with their mother...," Twin Falls Times News (3-28-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Earns citation," [Richard Ko Watanabe] Schenectady Union Star (3-31-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Three-Point Plan for supervision of Japanese evacuees proposed," Stockton Record (4-11-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Frank Herron Smith. "Japanese-American students accepted by some colleges," California Christian Advocate (4-22-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Japanese said to desire dispersal," Stockton Record (5-12-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Letters on the Japanese," Stockton Record (5-22-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Milton Silverman. "Life at Tule Lake," San Francisco Chronicle (5-25-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Milton Silverman. "Life in Tule Lake," San Francisco Chronicle (5-26-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Milton Silverman. "Life at Tule Lake---Rumors & riots spread like wildfire...," San Francisco Chronicle (5-27-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Milton Silverman. "The Emperor of Tule Lake," [Dr. Yamato Ichihashi] San Francisco Chronicle (5-27-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Milton Silverman. "Life at Tule Lake: Groups that pass resolutions receive a lashing," San Francisco Chronicle (5-28-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"US Jap Chaplain," Stockton Record (6-10-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Heart Mountain Relocation Center's Population about same as Laramie's; WRA plan described," Laramie Republican & Boomerang (8-9-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Getting Nisei to leave Centers is one of WRA's toughest jobs," Laramie Republican & Boomerang (8-11-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Pro-Japanese testimonial," Oregon Journal (8-18-43)

Box-folder 6.11

Chester Rowell. "Stressing issues that have not been raised," San Francisco Chronicle (8-19-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Jap Relocation Center at Heart Mountain hums with sounds of industry," Billings Gazette (8-22-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Behold! A Molehill," Washington Post (8-26-43)

Box-folder 6.11

"Galen Fisher and the Japanese," Stockton Record (11-8-43)

Box-folder 6.12

1945

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-Americans offered good jobs," n.s. (2-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA office toopen here," Stockton Record (2-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Farmers act on Japanese," Stockton Record (2-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei protection urged by Kenny," Stockton Record [hereafter SR] (3-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei & Legion rolls," SR (3-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Alien Japanese said first in Army," SR (3-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Attempt is made on life of Jap-American vet," Merced Sun-Star [hereafter MSS] (3-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Mario Mirko died in Jap prsion camp," Lodi News Sentinel [hereafter LNS] (3-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese family welcomed back by neighbors," SR (3-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Select panel for Nisei intimidation," LNS (3-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Oppose evacuee return," LNS (3-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Staff Sgt. James Hajime Kurata...,"SR (3-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Livingston Jap's home is fired on third time," MSS (4-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Shots fired at Japanese home are investigated," Modesto Bee (4-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pfc. Toby M. Nishimoto of Rt.3, Lodi..." SR (4-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-American girl enlists as Army nurse," MSS (4-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Shots are fired into home of two Japs at Cortez," MSS (4-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Plan forum on Japanese: Resettlement problems to be discussed," SR (4-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Can bid on buildings," LNS (4-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Will form fair play committee in Merced County," MSS (4-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Fresno fair play group to smooth way for Japanese," MSS (4-10-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Legion post replaces Nisei names on roll," SR (4-10-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Marq. "Over the morning coffee," LNS (4-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei problem to be topic," SR (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Groups opposing Japs return to organize," MSS (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Declares Japs only wanted to dig in here," Modesto Bee (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Dual citizenship safeguard is adopted by FCAAAC," Modesto Bee (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton's housing problem laid before congressman," SR (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Says Japanese have no place in democracy," Modesto Bee (4-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Tiny Nisei WAC aids Army hospital," SR (4-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Anti Japanese league will be formed by six state groups," MSS (4-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Return of Japs opposed by Chamber of Commerce," MSS (4-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese dispute stirs Legion meet," SR (4-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Anti Japanese league will be formed by six state groups," SR (4-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"PAC, Nisei rapped by solon probers," SR (4-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Resettlement aid must be offered to Japanese," Modesto Bee (4-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Trial of 3 opens for Nisei terror raid," SR (4-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei citizen rights asked," SR (4-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Selecting jury in Nisei arson plot," LNS (4-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"State is near showdown on Nisei question," SF Chronicle (4-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (4-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei [Harley Oka, Hollywood] resigns from American Legion post," LNS (4-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Legion head quits in row over Nisei," SR (4-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Legion disputes over admission of Jap veterans," MSS (4-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Legion commander quits over post row," LNS (4-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Link pliers wih Nisei arson plot," LNS (4-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei testifies in terror raid trial," SR (4-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Three shots are fired into home of Livingston Jap," MSS (4-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Judge will rule on anti-Nisei tesimony," SR (4-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Civic group plans for Nisei return," SR (4-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Deny use of Assembly post office facilities for booklet on Japs," MSS (4-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese return discouraged by new league," MSS (4-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"County benefit from escheat bill unknown, says Watson," SR (4-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Shots fired at homes of returned Japanese," SR (4-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"'White supremacy' urged in Nisei case," SR (4-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Toastmasters discuss returning Japanese," LNS (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Three accused of raid on home of Nisei are freed," Modesto Bee (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Dispersal policy would be best for Japanese," Modesto Bee (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"State investigates Nisei attacks in Livingston area," Modesto Bee (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei attack case jury frees three," SR (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Identities on Nisei council are cleared," SR (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Returning Japanese unloaded in Stockton," SR (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Anti-Japanese group for state formed," SR (4-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Soldier sons of Kishi family asks WRA to protect parents," MSS (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Sheriff doing all possible to find Jap assailants," MSS (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese American soldiers ask WRA to potect family," Modesto Bee (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Deplores persecution of minority racial groups," Modesto Bee (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"29 Japanese return," SR (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei soldiers ask family protection," SR (4-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (4-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Modesto Nisei is sentenced as draft evader," Modesto Bee (4-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA agent hits at Nisei baiters," Modesto Bee (5-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pro Japanese pressure group are criticized," Modesto Bee (5-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Some counties refuse to resettle Japs," MSS (5-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Supervisors deny sheriff's request for night patrol," MSS (5-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Sheriff asks funds for protection of Japanese," Modesto Bee (5-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Merced refuses funds for protecting Nisei," Modesto Bee (5-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Jap-Americans aid in capture of Italian port," MSS (5-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei citizenship to be debated," SR (5-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Killed in action [Robt. T. Kishi, Stockton]," SR (5-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese aid in quelling blaze," Modesto Bee (5-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"With folks you know [Sgt. Kazuo Nakabayashi]," LNS (5-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"A thousand times no," LNS (5-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Kenny sees need for vigilance by police...," MSS (5-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Uncle Sam is sued for failure to pay light bill," Modesto Bee (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Police probe shooting at Japanese domicile," Modesto Bee (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pistol attack on Nisei in Fresno probed," SR (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Wounded veterans score recent terrorist attacks," Modesto Bee (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Hoodlums fire shots into Japanese home," MSS (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Rock thrown in home of Japanese-American," MSS (5-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Knoles urges change in citizenship laws," LNS (5-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Thinks Japanese should not return to Coast," Modesto Bee (5-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Beware of prejudice on part of commentators," Modesto Bee (5-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes calls on California for Nisei protection," SR (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"West Coast attitude is hit by Ickes," LNS (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes flays West Coast officers...," MSS (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes hits terror attacks against Nisei in state," Modesto Bee (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Calif. Jr. Chamber asks Jap return delay," SR (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Junior Chamber urges delay in returning Nisei," Modesto Bee (5-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union refuses to work with Nisei," SR (5-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Sues for divorce [Futayo Bingo]," Modesto Bee (5-15-45) [over citizenship issue]

Box-folder 6.12

Letter to editor from "Miss. A.O., Amache Colo." MSS (5-15-45) [re Merced Supervisors' refusal to grant Nisei protection]

Box-folder 6.12

"Jap Americans victims of new incidents," MSS (5-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stop hate campaign," Modesto Bee (5-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Violence against citizen Japanese is wrong way," Modesto Bee (5-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton union refuses Nisei," LNS (5-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"S.T. Ichiki [Lodi] met death in Germany," LNS (5-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Wounded in action [Pvt.s Tokko Fukuchi & Yoshio Honbo]," SR (5-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton Longshoremen refuse to work with returned Jap-Americans," MSS (5-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union gives okeh to hiring Nisei," Modesto Bee (5-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union vote against Nisei laid to outside influence," SR (5-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"The Stockton incident," SR (5-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Bridges against Stockton ban on Nisei," MSS (5-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Bridges assails vote against Nisei," SR (5-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

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Box-folder 6.12

"Bridges pledges protection for Nisei workers," Modesto Bee (5-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"City news briefs," SR (5-19-45) [meeting of Community Comm. on J-A Resettlement]

Box-folder 6.12

"Longshoremen to be dealt w/ for ban on Nisei," MSS (5-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Backs CIO workers," Modesto Bee (5-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japs must prove loyalty before owning Calif. land," MSS (5-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Quakers assist returned Nisei [Seattle]," MSS (5-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Open house today at Nisei hostel [Oakland]," SF Chronicle (5-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Continuance of Oriental Exclusion Act is asked by Native Sons," Modesto Bee (5-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Bill would bar land to disloyal Nisei," SR (5-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese loyalty," Modesto Bee (5-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"New assault on Nisei home [Selma] is reported," SR (5-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Attack on Nisei home at Selma is probed," Modesto Bee (5-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Returned Japanese number 750 persons," MSS (5-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese exclusion urged by Native Sons," SR (5-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union calls meet to discuss Jap issue," SR (5-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Selma Japanese assaulted Sunday," MSS (5-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union asks cooperation in drive to eliminate racial discrimination," Modesto Bee (5-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton union is suspended," Modesto Bee (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton union suspended for ban on Nisei," MSS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton ILWU union suspended on Nisei ban," LNS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Local union suspended for anti-Nisei action," SR (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Second home of Japanese American fired on in Selma," MSS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Congressman hit WRA fund for pro Nippon propaganda," Modesto Bee (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Declares migrants were angels in tramps' garb," Modesto Bee (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Seek allegiance oath," LNS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA propaganda favoring Japanese opposed in House," MSS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Calif. solons oppose WRA's use of funds to publish Jap brochures," SR (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Loyalty oath from Japs asked in bill," MSS (5-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"SF man takes over local union," SR (5-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union's leaders back suspension," Modesto Bee (5-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Authorities meet to fiht terrorism against Nisei," MSS (5-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Public Forum," MSS (5-24-45) [complains of anti-Nisei coverage of paper]

Box-folder 6.12

"More violence against Japs in Fresno area," MSS (5-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"More attacks are reported against Nisei families," Modesto Bee (5-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Opposition said growing to union edict on Nisei issue," SR (5-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Another attack on Jap-Americans in Fresno County," MSS (5-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockon unionists to face trial for ban on Nisei," MSS (5-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Two men held for assaults on Nisei," MSS (5-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (5-26-45) [re ILWU suspension of Stockton branch]

Box-folder 6.12

"Union men to ask for mass trial," SR (5-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Public Forum," MSS (5-26-45) [complains of WRA efforts to "cram Japanese down our throats"]

Box-folder 6.12

Acts of terrorism against Nisei grow in Valley," MSS (5-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Man arrested for attempt to shoot Japanese-American," MSS (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Refuse to sign pledge in race row," LNS (5-28-45) [ILWU]

Box-folder 6.12

"Terror assault on Nisei is admitted by Parlier man," Modesto Bee (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA official says few Nisei return to Coast," Modesto Bee (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockon union calls parley to protest trial," Modesto Bee (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"High court denies review of Nisei draft decision [Minola Tamesa]," Modesto Bee (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Fascism is seen in union row by pastor," SR (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"50 union men storm out of hearing," SR (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Man held for terror shots at Nisei home," SR (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Loot is abandoned," SR (5-28-45) [theft of refrigerator from Nisei home]

Box-folder 6.12

"2353 Nisei return to Coast, WRA reports," SR (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Parlier resident charged with firing on Nisei," MSS (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton unionists fight hearing on race charges," MSS (5-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei regains farm [Oregon City, Ore.]," LNS (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Oregon Nisei regains land in court fight," MSS (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei wins right to regain farm," Modesto Bee (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Many Nisei from Heart Mountain Center plan to return to state," Modesto Bee (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Racial dispute result of union squabble," MSS (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Dictatorship held issue in Warehousmen's row," SR (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton Union fight continues," Modesto Bee (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (5-29-45) [opposes integrated housing etc.]

Box-folder 6.12

"Racial discrimination & hatred," SR (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Background of union row outlined," SR (5-29-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Charges fly in union row," SR (5-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei evacuees plan return here June 4," SR (5-30-45) [Heart Mtn. trainload]

Box-folder 6.12

"Non-Valley Nisei may return for work on farms," Modesto Bee (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Non-resident Nisei may work in Valley," SR (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Okeh of bill to prevent Nisei ownership of land is urged," Modesto Bee (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes raps judge in Parlier Nisei terroristic case," Modesto Bee (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes flays judge for verdict in Nisei attack," MSS (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes blasts Parlier justice in handling of Nisei terror case," SR (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Autos of evacuated Japanese damaged," SR (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese American ownership of land argued before judiciary committee," MSS (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Most decorated unit in Army is Japanese-American," MSS (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Hint arson attempt made," LNS (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"No compromise ILWU hope seen," LNS (5-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (5-31-45) [urges Nisei not return to Valley before War's end]

Box-folder 6.12

"Threats of violence hamper WRA's relocation of Nisei," Modesto Bee (6-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Threatened violence against Nisei said big problem facing WRA plans," SR (6-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Trial date set in local union row," SR (6-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Parlier judge says he can chaw down that Ickes any day," MSS (6-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Non-resideent Japs eligible to work," MSS (6-1-45)

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"WRA to go out of business June 30, 1946," MSS (6-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei to train European Gis in techniques of fighting in Pacific," SR (6-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Letter from a Japanese boy [Yoshi Kenmotsu]," SR (6-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Target practice plugs stored car," LNS (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Felony complaint against Parlier man is sought," Modesto Bee (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Seek felony charges against Nisei-baiter," LNS (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Letters from the people: Harmony among races," SR (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Kenny action asked in Parlier Nisei case," SR (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Yanks to learn how Nips fight from US Nisei," MSS (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ask felony charge against farmer for Nisei assault," MSS (6-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese in union row is alien," SR (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Seek FBI, service ok on Japanese," LN (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"District Attorney refutes criticism of Parlier trial," MSS (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Peter Edson. "War Relocation Authority hopes to liquidate by January 1946," MSS (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Writer deplores outcome of Parlier evacuee case,"Modesto Bee (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes is scolded by Justice of Peace," Modesto Bee (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Racial discrimination ban by union is backed," Modesto Bee (6-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Alien Japanese revelation fails to halt ILWU debate," SR (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Racial council airs union row," SR (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA reveals Japanese who caused union fight is alien," Sacramento Bee (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"ILWU official names Stockton ringleaders," Sacramento Bee (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA heads will meet in Fresno," Modesto Bee (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Peter Edson. "Washington Column," MSS (6-6-45) [overview of violence against Nisei]

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes has reached end of usefulness says Judge Crosby," MSS (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-American boy from Winton killed in action," MSS (6-6-45) [Pfc. Mamoru Kinoshita]

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA officials to meet for talks on problem of Japanese-Americans," MSS (6-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Flays WRA head," LNS (6-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ringleaders in Stockton union row are named," Modesto Bee (6-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union to try ringleaders at Stockton," MSS (6-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Letters from the people: Facts about Japanese-Americans," SR (6-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Five to stand union trial," SR (6-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Kenny commends law officers for Nisei protection," Modesto Bee (6-8-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Keep bullets at front," Modesto Bee (6-8-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Attempt to burn garages of Nisei in Hanford area," MSS (6-8-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese Association building hit by fire," LNS (6-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Officers prevent more assaults on Japanese citizens," MSS (6-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Parlier shooting affair sentence is criticized," Modesto Bee (6-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"98 Nisei sentenced for resisting draft," SR (6-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Maimed GIs urge Nisei protection," SR (6-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Two identified as Japanese are hunted," Modesto Bee (6-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Peter Edson. "Washington Column," MSS (6-11-45) [re race relations in SF]

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei veteran [Homer Takahashi] wonders about home reception," Modesto Bee (6-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Violence is decried," Modesto Bee (6-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Homefront outlawry is likened to Hitlerism," Modesto Bee (6-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Association would have Ickes relieved from control ovr Nisei," Modesto Bee (6-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese problem committee sought," LNS (6-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Approve return of loyal Japanese," MSS (6-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Removal of Ickes asked by group opposing Nisei," MSS (6-12-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"News versus propaganda," Modesto Bee (6-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ivanhoe District makes mass protest on return of Japs," Modesto Bee (6-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"'Dangerous to return Japanese to West Coast," says Committee," Modesto Bee (6-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Legislative group oppose Japanese return to Coast," MSS (6-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Suggest rewards to halt attacks on Amer-Japs," MSS (6-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Return of US-Japanese to Coast is opposed by state solon group," SR (6-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Declares terrorism is not the American way," Modesto Bee (6-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Suggests reward in attacks on Nisei," SR (6-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Union men await trial," SR (6-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Rewards useless to halt attacks on Amer-Japs," MSS (6-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Five union men await verdict," SR (6-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Anti-Japanese case in Stockton union postponed two weeks," MSS (6-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Myer believes 24,000 Nisei wil resettle on Coast," Modesto Bee (6-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"UnionTrial Committee studies evidence in Stockton dispute," Modesto Bee (6-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"American doughboys of Nippon ancestry lose 2,111 in European war," Modesto Bee (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japs to return from Centers by January 1946," SR (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Many Japanese will resettle away f rom Coast," MSS (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"AmerJap soldiers suffer casualties of over 2,000," MSS (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Coast Nisei said settling in Midwest," MSS (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"2111 Nisei casualties reported in Europe," SR (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Student raps Gearhart for statement on Japanese," Modesto Bee (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Coast Nisei said settling in Midwest," SR (6-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Claims myths on Japanese entirely false," LNS (6-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"32 Nisei attacks have occurred in California," Modesto Bee (6-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Would send Japanese to fight against each other," Modesto Bee (6-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA expects to relocate 24,000 Nisei in West," Modesto Bee (6-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA officials discuss Japanese problems in session at Fresno," Modesto Bee (6-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Director of WRA raps Nisei attacks," SR (6-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"GIs favorable to Nisei, says Myer," SR (6-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei markeing problems are aired by WRA officials," Modesto Bee (6-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Dummy land sales to alien Japs no go, says Judge," MSS (6-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"All AmerJaps in Ariz. camps out by Jan. 1," MSS (6-22-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Brown reports GIs against race baiting," LNS (6-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"GIs said opposed to Nisei persecution," SR (6-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Two Nippon gardeners in LA get threats," Modesto Bee (6-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Hits rationing board for refusing shoes for son," Modesto Bee (6-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"700 returned Nisei said on relief roll," SR (6-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Shot fired into home [San Jose]," SR (6-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Myer is warned," Modesto Bee (6-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"State aid says 700 Nisei are on relief rolls," Modesto Bee (6-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Shot fired into home of WRA official," MSS (6-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Mauldin has trouble getting adjusted to civilian life; angered by assaults on Japanese-Americans in California," MSS (6-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Alien Japanese faces charge of claiming to be US citizen," Modesto Bee (6-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese episode perturbs former war prisoner," Modesto Bee (6-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei soldier fears he must ace battle at home," Modesto Bee (6-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Woodward rules Jap alien leases of commercial property illegal," SR (7-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"$1000 reward offered for Nisei attackers," SR (7-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Parlier incident," SR (7-6-45) [letter to editor protesting shooting at Nisei]

Box-folder 6.12

"Calif. group set to fight race prejudice," SR (7-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Group to combat racial prejudice may be set up," MSS (7-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"3000 Nisei reported on casualty rolls," SR (7-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Land suits filed against Japanese," LNS (7-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Gen. Devers urges Nisei defense," LNS (7-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Alien land act strengthened by two new bills," MSS (7-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Discrimination opposed," SR (7-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Closing dates set for Nisei War Centers," SR (7-13-45) [Gila River, 11-15; Granada, 10-15; Heart Mtn., 11-15; Minidoka, 11-1; Manzanar, 12-1; Poston, 12-1; Rohwer, 12-15; Topaz, 11-1]

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"Offer $1000 reward in terrorism acts," LNS (7-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Yamamoto an alien," SR (7-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Three Japanese seek brokers' licenses," SR (7-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Captain of Niseis to speak here," SR (7-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Private Harry Nakamura...," LNS (7-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Desecrated Jap cemetery is restored by COP veterans," SR (7-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Tanioka offers opposing views to recent Reuter observations," SR (7-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese cemetery," SR (7-23-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Saturday opinion of Charles Tanioka is supported by letter," MSS (7-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"US will prosecute Nisei terrorists," MSS (7-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei evacuees to be returned to Lodi,"MSS (7-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

Terrorists of Nisei face charge by federal government...," MSS (7-25-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Yoshiro Ito...," LNS (7-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"21 inducted into US service by local board," LNS (7-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"127 Japanese to arrive Sunday," SR (7-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese relocation work explained," SR (7-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"DA to ask dismissal of anti-Nisei charge," MSS (7-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ouster of 2 in ILWU sought," SR (7-28-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-Americans win another citation," MSS (7-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Reasons given for expulsion by Stockton union," SR (7-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-Americans in return to Lodi," LNS (7-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Army decides Japs return," LNS (7-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Train of AmerJaps arrives in state from Arkansas," MSS (7-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"State sues for Japanese lease," SR (8-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei reports shot," SR (8-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"New race woe facing ILWU," SR (8-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"The WRA officials have so often acted arbitrarily...," MSS (8-2-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"First soldiers of Jap descent return to states," MSS (8-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"GI's greet wife of Japanese-American," SR (8-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Officer protests VFW discrimination against Nisei vet," MSS (8-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Commissioned" [2d Lt. Yoshiro Ito] LNS (8-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Barring of wounded Nisei by VFW post rapped by officer [Spokane]," SR (8-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Protest barring of Nisei in VFW post," LNS (8-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-Americans arrive at Beale for furloughs," MSS (8-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Alleged terrorists of Nisei indicted by Grand Jury [Auburn]," MSS (8-7-45)

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"Kindness for Nisei urged at Lions' meet," SR (8-9-45)

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"Keep Hirohito, urges Denver Nisei priest," SR (8-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese American of Livingston cited for heroism," MSS (8-11-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Stockton ILWU suspended," SR (8-13-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"VFW apologizes for post barring Nisei," LNS (8-14-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"400 Nisei will leave Arkansas for West," Modesto Bee (8-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"250 Japanese return to California homes," SR (8-17-45)

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"200 Japanese return from camp in Utah," Modesto Bee (8-17-45)

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"Lauds Nisei soldiers," Modesto Bee (8-17-45)

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"Japanese Americans back," MSS (8-17-45)

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"Amer-Japs need permits," MSS (8-17-45)

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"Sergeant is angered by attacks against Nisei," Modesto Bee (8-18-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Lodi GI blasts Nisei baiters, praises work," LNS (8-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Tule Lake detention decision Monday," LNS (8-20-45)

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"Against Japanese," Modesto Bee (8-20-45)

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"Fighter takes issue," SR (8-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Five Nisei boys seek to have jail terms set aside by court," Modesto Bee (8-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Decision expected on disloyal Japs," MSS (8-21-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Smith professor now a buck private [Shinichi Kusaka]," MSS (8-22-45)

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"Japs lose land," SR (8-24-45) [San Diego]

Box-folder 6.12

"Deportation to Japan faced by 6000 Nisei," SR (8-27-45)

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"SF machinists quit as Nisei goes on job," SR (8-28-45)

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"Board 38 inducts 20 local youths," SR (8-28-45)

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"Shop vote keeps Nisei on bus repair job," SR (8-29-45)

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"Restore charters of Nisei Legion posts," LNS (8-20-45)

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"Bus workers call truce," LNS (8-29-45) [San Francisco]

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"Alien Japanese in land-loss to state," LNS (8-29-45) [Salinas]

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"Seeks citizenship for Japanese aliens," LNS (8-29-45) [A.L. Wirin, ACLU]

Box-folder 6.12

"Jap exclusion program ends," MSS (9-4-45)

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"Lift Ban on Coast Japs," Oakland Post-Enquirer (9-4-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"California Japanese lands with troops," SR (9-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei furniture stolen," SR (9-5-45)

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"Bars off on return to Coast," LNS (9-5-45)

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"9,700 Japanese may not return," MSS (9-5-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Exclusion ban on Japanese lifted," SR (9-5-45)

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"Induct 15 into Army from Lodi," LNS (9-6-45?)

Box-folder 6.12

"35 rail employees walk out over hiring of Nisei fireman," SR? (9-6-45?)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei's home is vandal's target," MSS (9-14-45) [Mrs. K. Imada, Lodi]

Box-folder 6.12

"San Joaquin wants no more of it," SR (9-15-45)

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"Bullet fired into home of Nisei," LNS (9-15-45) [Mrs. K. Imada, Lodi]

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"First terrorism for S.J. County," LNS (9-15-45) [Mrs. K. Imada, Lodi]

Box-folder 6.12

"Two held for firing into Japanese home," SR (9-18-45) [Oakland]

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"Two more Japanese homes hit by shots," SR (9-18-45) [Oakland]

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"32,474 Nisei still in Relocation Camps," SR (9-18-45)

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"Sheriff checks on anti-Jap actions," SR (9-18-45) [Oakland]

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"M. Yomeoka passes away," LNS (9-18-45) [Lodi]

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"Rich reward may nab local gang of terrorists," Lodi Times (9-20-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei family returns to find home in ashes," SR? (9-20-45) [Loomis]

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"Pacific vet tells protest to terrorism," SR (9-21-45)

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"SF Nisei hotel guarded by police," SR (9-21-45)

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"Loyal Nisei takes beating from Japs," SR (9-25-45) [in Manila prison camp]

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"Theater lessee wins damages," SR (9-27-45)

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"Nisei now returning to Pacific Coast in increasing numbers," SR (9-27-45)

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"In community interest," SR (9-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Problem is seen as Nisei plan shift to West," Modesto Bee (9-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei now coming to West Coast," MSS (9-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"A rock for a warrior's sister," LNS? (9-28-45) [Seattle]

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA closing evacuee centers rapidly," MSS? (10-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (10-6-45) [re housing for returning Stockton Nisei]

Box-folder 6.12

"Teamwork," SR (10-6-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Mauldin cartoon," SR (10-9-45?)

Box-folder 6.12

"Livingston sergeant awarded bronze star," MSS (10-9-45) [Sgt. M. James Masuda]

Box-folder 6.12

Lee Casey. "End of Amache," n.s. (n.d.; ca 10-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Nisei vet would search ruins for aged mother," Modesto Bee (10-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Upholds plan to bring Japanese into Valley," Modesto Bee (10-16-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Deportation of Nippon aliens is demanded," SR (10-17-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Pete & his pipe," SR (10-17-45) [re housing for returning Stockton Nisei]

Box-folder 6.12

"Nipponese camp at Tule Lake is to close Feb. 1," Modesto Bee (10-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ickes commends plan for vet club to protect returning Nisei," SR (10-19-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese Americans also have a responsibility," Modesto Bee (10-24-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Tule Lake Japanese still pose many problems," Modesto Bee (10-26-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"War vet changes Japanese name for even break in civilian life," SR (10-27-45) [Stockton Nisei Takeshi Miyasaki becomes Taki Saiz]

Box-folder 6.12

"576 Japanese return here," SR (10-27-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Disloyal at Tule Lake are to be sent to Japan," Modesto Bee (10-30-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Ikamatsu Hinabara dies here Tuesday," MSS (10-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Bill Mauldin warns America against home-grown bigots," SR (11-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Cartoonist blasts home-grown Hitlers...," MS (11-1-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"US born Japanese resist deportation," Modesto Bee (11-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Vet K-9 attacks Japanese woman," SR (11-9-45) [Berkeley]

Box-folder 6.12

"Association head protests use of Jap labor by railroads," MSS (11-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"State seeks land held by Japanese in Fresno," Modesto Bee (11-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"First Japanese are put in camp near Capital," Modesto Bee (11-9-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese ends life," Modesto Bee (11-14-45) [Kojiro Yoshida, age 77, Walnut Grove]

Box-folder 6.12

"7 Nisei seek beer, wine licenses," SR (11-15-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese homeward bound," SR (11-27-45) [Seattle]

Box-folder 6.12

"Returning Japanese hit by housing shortage," SR (12-1-45) [Stockton]

Box-folder 6.12

"WRA drops 2500 Japanese here," SR (12-1-45) [Stockton]

Box-folder 6.12

"College students to aid Japanese," SR (12-3-45) [COP]

Box-folder 6.12

"Third man held in slaying," SR (12-3-45) [murder of Nisei in San Jose]

Box-folder 6.12

"Deplores race feeling," Modesto Bee (12-3-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Two women fined," LNS (12-4-45) [for kicking ladder from under Nisei,San Juan]

Box-folder 6.12

"T. Sugihara rites set for today at 2," LNS (12-6-45) [Stockton]

Box-folder 6.12

"Child killed by hammer at center," LNS (12-6-45) [Tule Lake]

Box-folder 6.12

"Woman suspected of brutal murder of young daughter," Modesto Bee (12-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Students in Stockton serve 200 Japanese," MSS (12-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Japanese-American is being sought by WRA," MSS (12-7-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Repatriated Japanese family," SR (12-31-45)

Box-folder 6.12

"Child fatally hurt in fall from window," SR (12-31-45) [Saburo Motoike, Stockton]

Box-folder 6.13

1946

Box-folder 6.13

"Gilmore named to Stockton WRA post," LNS (1-7-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Teen-ager dance to open center," SR (1-12-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"WRA office to close April 19," SR (1-19-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Stockton boy host to mother in Japan," SR (1-19-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Japanese worker is shot in head," Modesto Bee (1-23-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Japanese-American WACs off for Tokio," SR (1-23-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Pete & his pipe," SR (2-8-46) [support for racially-restricted housing in Stockton]

Box-folder 6.13

"11,285 Japanese in Army from mainland," SR (2-9-45)

Box-folder 6.13

"Pumio E. Yoshikawa...[commissioned 2nd Lt.]," SR (2-9-45)

Box-folder 6.13

"His exploitation of Tule Lake Japs," LNS (2-9-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Death decreed for slayer of Nisei vet," SR (2-22-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Canadian men proposing marriage to Japanese women scheduled for deportaton," MSS (2-26-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Relocation was necessary," Modesto Bee (3-4-46) [because FBI caught so many spies]

Box-folder 6.13

"247 Japanese at Center ask to remain in US," Modesto Bee (3-5-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"WRA will close three more camps next Saturday night," Modesto Bee (3-7-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Japanese mother held for child stealing," MSS (1-13-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Drug confession," MSS (3-14-46)

Box-folder 6.13

"Job well done," Washington Post (3-28-46) [relocation]

Box 6

Land Records

Box-folder 6.14

Japanese American Land Records, Merced County (Calif.)

Box-folder 6.14

Map of Merced County, showing evacuee property, 1943;

Box-folder 6.14

"Japanese landowners in Merced County, compiled from the Merced County Assessor Plat Books as of record, March 1, 1943" [alphabetical list of names, incl. size of property & location];

Box-folder 6.14

"Crop Sales Summary, 1942-1944" [table lists crop, amt., value; no loc. provided;"Momberg Group" in pencil upper lh]

Box-folder 6.14

"Consolidated Statement, 1942, 1943, 1944" [table shows operating expenses, profits, etc.; "Momberg Group" in pencil upper lh]

Box 6

Ephemera

Box-folder 6.15

Tokyo, Fall of 1945. [published photo album]

Box-folder 6.16

Scroll [rice paper, 35 cm.]

Box-folder 6.17

Scroll [rice paper, 30 cm.]

Box-folder 6.19

Silk scarves depicting scenes in Japan

Box-folder 6.20

PHOTOGRAPHS of GRANADA RELOCATION CENTER [all photos are b/w 3x5 snapshots]

Box-folder 6.20

General view of Granada Relocation Center

Box-folder 6.20

J.G. Lindley, Granada Project Dir.

Box-folder 6.20

View of living quarters at Granada Relocation Center

Box-folder 6.20

View of living quarters in snow with tree in foreground

Box-folder 6.20

Baseball game at Granada

Box-folder 6.20

Artwork by Amache High School students

Box-folder 6.20

Harvest flower arrangement

Box-folder 6.20

Nisei or Sansei little girl playing in field while parents work in distance

Box-folder 6.20

Two adult males sketching

Box-folder 6.20

Informal interior scene w/ three adult females and one child in conversation

Box-folder 6.21

Four audio tapes, 1986 interview with Harold Jacoby about Japanese Internment and World War II

Box-folder 6.22

Jacoby Correspondence and draft articles (1943-1989)

Box-folder 6.23

Japanese-American Internment articles 1948-1989 including research on the Wakamatsu Tea and Silk Farm Colony, and brochures for history conferences about Internment