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Finding Aid for the Ruth W. Kingman Papers Related to the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play, 1941-1952
2010  
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Kingman Papers 1941-1952

Physical Description: 7 folders
Box 154, Folder 4

Kingman correspondence re the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play. May 1942-ca. January 1946

Physical Description: (78 items)
Box 154, Folder 5

Kingman correspondence with American soldiers on the treatment of Japanese Americans. August-December 1943

Physical Description: (19 letters)
Box 154, Folder 6

Kingman correspondence with Japanese evacuees. April 1942-March 1945

Physical Description: (47 letters)

Scope and Content Note

Mostly in 1942.
Box 154, Folder 7

Correspondence and documents re a Christmas program at the Central Utah WRA center, Topaz, Utah. December 1942

Physical Description: (29 items)
Box 154, Folder 8

Kingman correspondence with Chiura Obata on the Art School in the Tanforan Assembly Center and the Central Utah WRA Center, Topaz, Utah. May-November 1942

Physical Description: (15 letters)
Box 154, Folder 9

Documents and printed materials re the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play. 1942-1945

Physical Description: (19 items)
Box 154 , Folder 9

A brief historical report of the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play. October 1, 1941-December 15, 1945

Physical Description: (13pp. + appendix, mimeographed, 1 item)
Box 154 , Folder 9

News releases, reports, and circulars. October 1941-November 1945

Physical Description: (11 items, mimeographed)
Box 154 , Folder 9

3 undated reports and 1 notebook of Kingman memos.

Physical Description: (Carbon copies, 4 items)
Box 154 , Folder 9

Other incidental papers.

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 154, Folder 10

Incidental papers on the naturalization of Japanese. 1946-1952

Physical Description: (16 items)