Register of the Guy & Marguerite Cook Nisei Collection, 1942-1946

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Register of the Guy & Marguerite Cook Nisei Collection, 1942-1946

Collection number: Mss33

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
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
December 1997
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Guy & Marguerite Cook Nisei Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1942-1946
Collection number: Mss33
Creator: Cook, Guy V.
Extent: 2 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], Guy & Marguerite Cook Nisei Collection, Mss33, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Biography

Guy Wellington Cook was Vice Principal (1942-44), and subsequently Principal (1944-45), of Tri-State High School at the Tule Lake Relocation Center (Newell, Calif.). His wife, Marguerite, was a seventh grade English and Social Studies teacher in the Center junior high school. The Cooks collected materials pertaining to Tule Lake and other relocation centers throughout World War II. They also corresponded with teachers and internees who left the Tule Lake in the course of the War.

Scope and Content

This collection contains materials collected by the Cooks during their employment at Tule Lake. Much of the collection focuses on education, although there are also materials of a more general and of a more specifically personal nature. Of particular interest are faculty narratives describing the problems of teaching in a relocation center and student autobiographies chronicling their adjustment to relocation. The collection also contains substantial clippings and report files that document the segregation of "disloyal" Japanese-Americans at Tule Lake, the uprising of 1943, and the repatriation to Japan of "disloyals" following the War. The Cook Collection also contains a small body of materials pertaining to Centers other than Tule Lake (see Index).

Indexes

Personal Name Index

Adams, Ansel Photographer, 4.16
Agari, Junshi Soldier, 4.23
Akinaga, N. Tule Lake, 1.32
Alexander, Patricia K. Springfield MN, 3.5
Arima, Shig Student, 2.19
Ariza, Tom Puente CA, 4.1
Asai, M. Hood River OR, 4.23
Atherton, Warren Attorney, Stockton, 4.16
Baldwin, Roger Journalist, 4.25
Best, R.R., Dir. Tule Lake (Nov. 1943), 1.32,
Best, R.R., Dir. Tule Lake (Nov. 1943), 1.33
Bowren, Fletcher Mayor, Los Angeles, 3.5
Bricker, John W. Governor, Illinois, 4.16
Carper, Madelon Counselor, 1.35
Clark, Tom US Atty. Genl., 2.18
Collins, Lucille Latin, 1.35
Cook, Guy W. Principal, 1.31, 1.36, 1.39, 2.12 2.15, 3.13 4.26
Cook, Marguerite Teacher, 1.21, 1.27 1.36, 2.15 4.1
Coverley, Harvey ?, 3.17
Denman, William Judge, 3.5
Doi, Sumio Auburn CA, 4.23
Donato, Frank Soldier, 4.23
Donnelly, Hugh Calif. State Senator, 4.14
Dunbar, Elsie S. English, 1.35
Durkin, Mary C. Prin., El. School, 1.32
Eaton, Mrs. J.M. Rancher, Belle Fourche SD, 4.23
Embree, John WRA Analyst, 1.5
Emerson, Harold D. Asst. Steward, 3.5
Emlen, Betty Natl. J-Am. Student Relocation Council, 1.32
Emmons, Gen. Delos U.S. Western Army Commander, 3.5, 4.16
Enomoto, Jiro Student, 2.7
Furumoto, Akio Sawada Crystal City TX, 3.5, 4.1
Furuzawa, Mae Student, 2.12
Glick, Philip M. WRA Solicitor, 1.3
Goishi, Wataru Student, 1.33
Green, B. Raymond Teacher, 1.35
Gunderson, Martin P. Principal, 1.32, 1.33
Gunnison, R.A. ?, 3.9
Guy, F.L. Tule Lake, 3.5
Hale, Andy Barber, Poston AZ, 4.23
Hale, Mrs. E.T. ?, 1.33
Hamada, Alyce K. Kumamoto-ken, Japan, 4.1
Harkness, K. M. Supt. Educ., 1.33, 2.15 3.5
Hasegawa, Ellen Student, 2.7, 3.5
Hata, Masonabu ?, 4.16
Hayashi, Leo Student, 1.32
Hayashi, Thomas Student, 1.32
Heath, S. Burton Journalist, 4.11
Hirata, Masanori Tule Lake, 4.16
Hiromoto, Fred Student, 2.19
Hiromoto, Noriyuki Student, 2.19
Hitomi, Ronald Student, 2.20, 2.22
Hitomi,Yaozo Tule Lake, 3.13, 4.23
Hopper, Frank Hopper & Walker Growers & Shippers, Weiser ID, 1.32
Hunter, Joseph B. Teacher (Arkansas), 4.5
Ichimura, Goichi Tule Lake, 4.16
Ickes, Harold US Secty. Interior, 3.13, 4.16
Ike, Kiyoko Student, 2.19
Inami, Henry Student, 3.8
Inouye, Tom Student, 3.5
Ishida, Chizuko Student, 2.4
Ishida, Mac Chuichiro Student, 2.12
Ishii, Tomozo Tule Lake, 3.5
Ishikawa, Elaine Tule Lake, 3.5
Ishizuke Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Ito, Edna Tule Lake, 3.5
Iwasaki, Tomi Tule Lake, 2.18
Iyama, Shig Student, 1.33
Jacoby, Harold S. Head Security (1942-43), 3.5
Jaderquist, Irene Dean of Girls, 1.32, 3.5
Johnson, Alvin Racist, Auburn, 4.16, 4.23
Johnson, Elmer Racist, Auburn, 4.16, 4.23
Johnson, Mr. Teacher, 2.10
Jun, Carol Tule Lake, 3.14
Kageta, Sadame Student, 2.7
Kajihara, Harry Student, 2.12, 2.22
Kakutani, S.J. Parlier CA, 4.23
Kashima, Tatsuo Topaz Ctr., 3.5
Katagiri, Rose ?, 2.2
Kawakami, ? Student, 2.21
Kawazoye, Hideo Ray Tule Lake, 4.16
Kawazoye, Yoshio Tule Lake, 4.16
Keikoan, Dorothy Teacher's Aide, 1.36, 4.1
Kiino, Hugh Soldier, 3.5, 4.11
Kimble, Eleanor G. Journalist, 4.22
King, Trudy Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council, 1.32
Kishaba, Tom Physics, 1.33, 3.13
Kishiyama, Shig Student, 1.33
Kiyota, Minome Tule Lake, 4.1
Koga, Albert Tule Lake, 3.5
Koga, Masami Tule Lake, 3.5
Koike, Iku Brooklyn NY, 4.23
Koike, Masuo Brooklyn NY, 4.23
Komure, George Soldier, 3.5
Kumamoto, Mrs. M. Tule Lake, 3.5
Kurahara, Janus Student, 1.32
Kuramoto, Kiyoshi Soldier, 4.23
Kurokawa, Hyoe Soldier, 3.13
Kurokawa, Satoshi B. Tule Lake, 3.13
Kuroki, Ben Soldier, 4.16
Lisle, Leda R. Soc. Stud., 1.35
Long, Mrs. Business, 1.35
Marubashi, George Soldier, 3.5
Masamitsu, Noriyoshi Gila River Ctr., 4.23
Mason, Wallace Sacramento car dealer, 3.17
Masuda, Gensuke Soldier, 4.28
Masuda, Kazuo Soldier, 4.28
Masuda, Mary Soldier, 4.28
Matsubara, Yoshiko Student, 2.19
Matsuda, Raymond Soldier, 4.23
Matsumoto, Yorimi Student, 2.11
Mayekawa, Takashi Student, 2.19
Menges, Harold F. Sasebo, Japan, 4.1
Mido, Walter Student, 3.13
Misaki, Arthur Tule Lake, 3.14
Misuire, Kiyano Student, 2.3
Mitsutome, Kazuko Student, 2.21
Miyagawa, Yoshio Tule Lake, 4.23
Miyakoda, Masa Student, 2.12
Miyasaki, Asako Tule Lake, 3.14
Mizoue, Yoshi Granada Relocation Center, 4.1
Morimitsu, Art Tule Lake, 3.5
Morioka, Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Morishige, Bob Parlier CA, 4.23
Moriwaki, Saku Tule Lake, 4.16
Morris, Chas. S. President, S. Mateo Jr. College, 1.32
Morse, Miss Teacher, 2.15
Murayama, Sada Tule Lake, 3.5
Myer, Dillon S. Dir., WRA, 3.5, 3.13 4.14, 4.18
Nadama, Meriko Miyazaki, Japan, 4.1
Nakamura, Richard Student, 2.19
Nakanishi, Shigeo Student, 3.5
Nakayama, Lily Student, 2.19
Nishijima, Vic Soldier, 3.17
Nishitsuji, Fred Soldier, 3.5
Nitta, Hitoshi Poston Ctr., 4.20
Nitta, Minoru Poston Ctr., 4.20
Nitta, Mitsuo Poston Ctr., 4.20
Nitta, Shosuke Poston Ctr., 4.20
Nitta, Taka Poston Ctr., 4.20
Noguchi, Mickey Tule Lake, 3.5
Noji, F. Hood River OR, 4.23
Noji, Oliver Tule Lake, 3.5, 3.14 4.1
Noji, Toru Student, 2.3
Numamoto, Kazuo Soldier, 3.5
Oda, Robert Y. Soldier, 4.23
Ohmura, Paul Student, 2.7
Okamoto, James Tule Lake, 3.9, 4.15
Oku, Tosiaki Tule Lake, 4.16
Okubo, Mine Topaz Ctr., 4.23
Onye, F. [?] Tule Lake, 4.27
Opland, Wm. F. Math, 1.35
Osaki, Yoshito Student, 1.32, 1.36, 4.1
Oshima Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Otagaki, Kenneth Soldier, 4.23
Oyama, Mary ?, 4.21
Palonis, Estelle V. English, 1.35
Parton, Leathel Journalism, 1.35
Peck, Ralph Steward, 3.17
Phillips, Dorothy Art, 1.35
Phinney, Milton C. Journalist, 4.20
Pyle, Ernie War Reporter, 3.17
Ramey, Arthur G. ?, 1.32, 2.2
Reynolds, Robert R. US Senator, 4.10
Riyeda, Kemetei Tule Lake, 4.16
Saito, Shozo Soldier, 3.5
Sakamoto, Kengo Tule Lake, 3.8
Sakamoto, Shigeo Student, 2.19
Sakamoto Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Sakata, Kenneth Student, 4.2
Sakata, Sam Student, 4.2
Sakoi, George Student, 2.19
Sakura, Chet Minidoka Ctr., 3.5
Sakura, Howard Minidoka Ctr., 3.5
Sakura, Kenny Minidoka Ctr., 3.5
Sakura, Ted Minidoka Ctr., 3.5
Sasajima, Florence Student, 2.12
Sate, Shigiru Student, 2.19
Sato, Ray Hood River OR, 4.23
Sawada, Akio Student, 2.3
Shimizu, Evelyn Student, 2.19
Shimizu, Fred Soldier, 3.5
Shimizu, Tamosu Soldier, 4.3
Shimozaki, Nancy Student, 2.19
Shintaku, Katsumi Soldier, 3.5
Shirrell, Elmer L. Dir. Tule Lake (1942), 1.3, 1.6 3.14
Simkins, Inez C. English, 1.35
Smith, Bradford Journalist, 4.24
Spillers, W.H. Principal, Central H.S. (Fresno CA), 4.2
Sugasawa, Ruby ?, 2.2
Sugita, Chiyiko Student, 2.19
Sugiyama, Andrew Student, 2.7
Sugiyama, Mabel Student, 1.32
Suzuki, Yoshiko ?, 2.2
Tagashira, Hirotashi Kobe, Japan, 4.1
Taira, Michiye School Secretary, 1.33
Takano, Bill Student at Macalester College, St. Paul MN, 4.1
Takano, James Student, 1.32
Takashita, Mr. Student, 1.32
Takato, Tatsusaburo Tule Lake, 4.16
Taketa, Ruby Student, 2.19
Taketa Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Tanabe, Shigeo Tule Lake, 3.5
Tanaguchi, Sue Tule Lake, 3.14
Tani, Dentaro Tule Lake, 4.16
Tani, Toshimo Student, 2.19
Tanihana, James ?, 1.32
Thomas, Mrs. Notary Public, 3.17
Tojo, Rufus Heart Mtn. Ctr., 3.5
Tsukamoto, Hideko Student, 2.19
Tsukamoto, Toshio Student, 2.19
Uchida, Yukiko Student, 2.19
Wakabayashi, Yukii Student, 2.19
Walker, A. Glenwood Principal (1942-Mar 1943), 2.2, 3.5
Wallgren, ? US Senator, 3.5
Watanabe, Kyoko Student, 2.19
Watariahe, Masato Student, 2.19
Watson, Claude P. Racist, Auburn, 4.16
Watson, James O. Racist, Auburn, 4.16, 4.23
Wilder, Floyd E. Vice Principal (1942-Mar 1943), 2.2, 3.5
Yamada, Roy Manzanar Ctr., 4.23
Yamamoto, Hisashi Tule Lake, 4.16
Yamamoto, Jimmy Student, 2.19
Yamamoto, Maso Soldier, 3.5
Yamamoto Family Crystal City TX, 3.5
Yamane, Tokio Tule Lake, 3.5
Yamashita, Katherine Student, 1.33
Yamauchi, Dorothy Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council, 1.32
Yasukochi, George Teacher, 3.1
Yoshikawa, Edward Student, 3.5, 4.1
Yoshioka, Ben ?, 1.33

Relocation Center Index

Fresno Assembly Center, 3.2,
Gila River (Ariz.), 3.5, 4.23,
Granada (Colo.), 4.1, 4.23,
Heart Mtn. (Wyo.), 1.40, 3.5,
Jerome (Ark.), 3.9, 4.5,
Manzanar (Calif.), 4.4, 4.23,
Minidoka (Ida.), 3.5, 4.16,
Poston (Ariz.), 4.20, 4.23,
Topaz (Utah), 1.33, 3.5, 4.1,
Tule Lake (Calif.) (***Perhaps 75% Of All Material In Collection)

Collection Contents

Box: 1

WRA Materials & Tri-State High School Staff Materials

Box: 1

I.  WRA Materials

Box-folder 1.1

"Questions & Answers for Evacuees" (n.d.; ca May 1942)

Box-folder 1.2

"Second Quarterly Report of the War Relocation Authority, Jul 1 to Sep 30, 1942"

Box-folder 1.3

Philip M. Glick, WRA Solicitor to Elmer L. Shirrell, Dir., Tule Lake (9-29-42) [re Bill to take away J-A citizenship]

Box-folder 1.4

Announcement of pending opening of Tule Lake Co-op Store (F1942)

Box-folder 1.5

Community Analysis Report No. 1: John Embree. "Dealing w/ Japanese Americans" (Oct 1942)

Box-folder 1.6

Elmer L. Shirrell, Dir. Tule Lake to Staff (10-2-42) [re use of such terms as "Camp"]

Box-folder 1.7

"Registration Notice [of all persons over 17 at Tule Lake]" (Feb 1943)

Box-folder 1.8

"Questions & answers concerning the Niseis & the draft" (n.d.; ca Feb 1943)

Box-folder 1.9

Community Analysis Report No. 4: "Notes on Japanese holidays" (Apr 1943)

Box-folder 1.10

"Relocation of Japanese Americans" (May 1943)

Box-folder 1.11

"Key personnel in Segregation" (ca June 1943)

Box-folder 1.12

"The segregation program: A statement for appointed personnel in WRA Centers" (Jun 1943)

Box-folder 1.13

"The Japanese problem after the War" (n.d.; ca July 1943)

Box-folder 1.14

"Segregation of persons of Japanese ancestry in the Tule Lake Relocation Center" (Aug 1943)

Box-folder 1.15

"Report of sentiment among segregated high school students" (n.d.; ca Aug 1943)

Box-folder 1.16

Press release re "uprising" of 11-4-43

Box-folder 1.17

"Report of the Spanish Consul" (12-13-43)

Box-folder 1.18

WRA forms: 1) Application for Leave Clearance [2]; Stmt. of US Citizenship

Box-folder 1.19

"The Tule Lake WRA Center Information Bulletin" (2-12-44)

Box-folder 1.20

"The Tule Lake WRA Center Information Bulletin" (2-22-44)

Box-folder 1.21

"Report of work done by Mrs. Marguerite Cook from the time of Segregation..." (n.d.; ca Feb 1944)

Box-folder 1.22

[Tule Lake Center] "Bulletin No. 2: Information Bulletin" (1-10-45)

Box-folder 1.23

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

Box-folder 1.24

"Special Project Regulations" (3-16-45)

Box-folder 1.25

"Instructions for persons desiring to return to Hawaii at government expense" (n.d.; ca Aug 1945)

Box-folder 1.26

Tule Lake Center final press release (5-4-46)

Box-folder 1.27

Marguerite Cook. Untitled memoir of segregation period (n.d.; 1946)

Box-folder 1.28

"Notes on Repatriation" (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.29

Tule Lake Center General Information Bulletins [2] (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.30

"When you leave the Relocation Center" (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.31

Questionnaire & misc. notes [Guy Cook's?] on specific Repatriates (n.d.)

Box: 1

II.  Tri-State High School Staff Materials

Box-folder 1.32

Guy Cook, Vice Principal [& other staff]---Incoming Business Correspondence

Box-folder 1.32

Frank Hopper, Hopper & Walker Growers & Shippers, Weiser ID (12-9-42) [thanks for assistance of 3 boys: Leo Hayashi, Thomas Hayashi & James Takano w/ potato harvest]

Box-folder 1.32

Betty Emlen, Natl. Japanese American Student Relocation Council (3-8-43) [re Mabel Sugiyama who feels obligated to remain w/ parents in Center]

Box-folder 1.32

Arthur Ramey (7-29-43) [re Mrs. Jaderquist]

Box-folder 1.32

Trudy King, Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council to Janus Kurahara (1-10-44)

Box-folder 1.32

M.P. Gunderson, Principal to R.R. Best, Dir. (5-31-44) [re difficulty w/ Army guards over passes for teachers]

Box-folder 1.32

N. Akinaga to Mary C. Durkin, Prin., El. School (11-24-44) [excuses school absence]

Box-folder 1.32

Dorothy Yamauchi, Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council (9-7-45 & 9-9-45) [request for info on Yoshito Osaki; incl. J-ASRC loan application form]

Box-folder 1.32

Charles S. Morris, President, San Mateo Junior College (3-25-46) [re diploma of a Mr. Takashita]

Box-folder 1.32

James Tanihana (n.d.) [requests to be excused from school because pants are ripped]

Box-folder 1.33

Guy Cook, Vice Principal [& other staff]---Outgoing Business Correspondence

Box-folder 1.33

Martin P. Gunderson, Principal to Mrs. E.T. Hale (2-15-43) [answers request for info about Center schools from PTA official]

Box-folder 1.33

To R.R. Best, Dir. (11-15-43) [stmt. of loyalty to Best following "uprising"]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Shig Iyama (12-7-44) [notification of forwarding senior class ring to Topaz Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness to Shig Iyama (12-26-44) [notification of forwarding diploma to Topaz Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Katherine Yamashita (12-27-44) [notification of forwarding diploma to Rohwer Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Engravers Corp., LA (6-19-45) [re return of Tri-State High School pins due to mix-up on order]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M.H. to Ben Yoshioka (6-27-45) [notification of forwarding diploma to Chicago]

Box-folder 1.33

To Whom It May Concern (12-6-45) [letter of recommendation for Wataru Goishi]

Box-folder 1.33

To the Master Engravers, Portland OR (12-7-45) [letter requesting cash back for failure to deliver graduation caps & gowns]

Box-folder 1.33

To Tom Kishaba (1-3-46) [re Physics credit for Shig Kishiyama]

Box-folder 1.33

To Michiye Taira (1-5-46) [cover letter w/ final check for secretary]

Box-folder 1.34

Education Staff Lists

Box-folder 1.34

High School Teachers (7-7-43) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Assignments of Class "C" Teachers for the summer period

Box-folder 1.34

Assignments of assistants for the summer

Box-folder 1.34

High School Staff, August [incl. Clerical Workers, Asst. Teachers, Student Teachers; 4 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Roll Sheet [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

List of Staff w/ pay rates [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

"Daily Time Report" [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Cover sheet inscr. "Total List of Colonist Employees as of 3-31-44"

Box-folder 1.35

Teacher Narratives of Tule Lake experience

Box-folder 1.35

Carper, Madelon Counselor (11-1-45) [5 l.] [re "Japanese school"]

Box-folder 1.35

Collins, Lucille Latin (n.d.) [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Dunbar, Elsie S. English (8-30-45) [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Green, B. Raymond ? (n.d.) [1 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Lisle, Leda R. Soc. Stud. (1-4-46) [handwritten; 5 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Long, Mrs. Business (n.d.) [handwritten; 2 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Opland, Wm. F. Math (8-24-45) [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Palonis, Estelle V. English (ca 8-45) [13 l.] [re language problems]

Box-folder 1.35

Parton, Leathel Journalism (n.d.) [handwritten; 3 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Phillips, Dorothy Art (6-45) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Simkins, Inez C. English (8-30-45) [handwritten; 5 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

Student Records

Box-folder 1.36

"M. Cook (D. Keikoan) Grade 7 Roll" [handwritten] [Marguerite Cook]

Box-folder 1.36

"Candidates for July Graduation" (6-4-43) [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"Mid-Year Graduates (December-April)" [1 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"November Graduates (Boys)" [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"November Graduates (Girls)" [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"List of Graduates" [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

Transcripts of Yoshito Osaki [3 copies] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 1.36

Personality assessment of Yoshito Osaki [by G. Cook; 3 l.] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 1.37

Teacher Handbooks

Box-folder 1.37

"Proposed Curriculum Procedures for Japanese Relocation Centers" (Su 1942)

Box-folder 1.37

"Handbook of Child Accounting Records, Tri State H. S." (9-42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.37

"Cumulative Record, Tri-State H. S." (3-43) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.37

"Handbook of Procurement of Supplies & Eqpt., Tri-State H.S." (3-43)

Box-folder 1.37

"Teacher's Handbook of School Procedure, Tri-State H. S." (1-25-44)

Box-folder 1.38

Map of Tri-State H.S.

Box: 1

III.  School Materials from Other Relocation Centers

Box-folder 1.39

Miscellany

Box-folder 1.39

Tri-State H.S. Honor Award form

Box-folder 1.39

"Confused Teachers" to G. Wellington Cook (5-25-44) [Guy W. Cook] [humorous memo re angle of windows in classrooms]

Box-folder 1.39

Mailing list former staff

Box-folder 1.39

Final Christmas Greeting from Tri-State H.S. staff (12-45) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.39

"There once was a lady named Rene..." [humorous limerick about staff]

Box-folder 1.40

Summary Report of School Program at HEART MTN. (Wyo.) (Apr 1945)

Box-folder 1.41

ROHWER (Ark.) H.S. forms [3]

Box: 2

Nisei Student Papers (Tri-State High School, Tule Lake)

Box: 2

1942/43

Box-folder 2.1

The Tri-Stater Weekly

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 9

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 21 (6-11-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 24 (7-2-43)

Box-folder 2.1

"Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead," Senior Edition (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 25 (7-13-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Tri-State H.S. [Tule Lake CA]---Student election sample ballot, n.d.

Box-folder 2.2

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.2

Farewell Social (3-24-43)[Mr. & Mrs. Wilder, Mr. & Mrs. Walker, Miss Rose Katagiri, Miss Yoshiko Suzuki, Miss Ruby Sugasawa]

Box-folder 2.2

Bride & Groom Reception (4-18-43?)

Box-folder 2.2

Junior Prom (6-25-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Senior Ball (7-9-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Baccalaureate Service (7-11-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Girls Glee Club & Band (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.2

The First Commencement (7-16-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Farewell Party (7-24-43) [Mr. & Mrs. A.G. Ramey]

Box-folder 2.2

Sketches of Washington D.C. monuments and of a letter carrier (7-24-43?)

Box-folder 2.2

Scholarship Fund Dance (9-1-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.3

Sawada, Akio, "I Am A Sign," English assignment (1-11-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Misuire, Kiyano, "I Am A Sign," English assignment (1-12-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Noji, Toru, "The Japanese Problem," Sociology assignment (4-27-43)

Box-folder 2.3

"Our Dog Book" (April 1943) [sketches and stories prepared by 7th graders]

Box-folder 2.4

Chizuko Ishida. "The Kanaka Carnival" (4-30-43) [Chizuko Ishida]

Box-folder 2.5

"Tri-State High School Handbook" [edited by the Journalism class] (4-30-43)

Box-folder 2.6

"Senior Edition" (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.7

Graduation Addresses

Box-folder 2.7

Enomoto, Jiro (1943) [4 copies] [Jiro Enomoto]

Box-folder 2.7

Hasegawa, Ellen, "Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead" (1943) [3 copies] [Ellen Hasegawa]

Box-folder 2.7

Kageta, Sadame, "Your Job and Mine" (1943) [5 copies] [Sadame Kageta]

Box-folder 2.7

Ohmura, Paul (1943) [4 copies] [Paul Ohmura]

Box-folder 2.7

Sugiyama, Andrew (1943) [3 copies] [Andrew Sugiyama]

Box-folder 2.8

"Aquila" [yearbook; 2 copies]

Box: 2

1943/44

Box-folder 2.9

The Tri-Stater Weekly

Box-folder 2.9

Vol. II, No. 18 (8-25-44)

Box-folder 2.9

"Archive," Senior Edition (1944)

Box-folder 2.10

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.10

Farewell Party by Junior Problems Class (4-1-44) [Mr. & Mrs. Johnson]

Box-folder 2.10

Farewell Party (4-5-44) [2 copies] [Mr. & Mrs. Johnson]

Box-folder 2.10

Junior "Get-Acquainted Social" (4-22-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Spring Festival (4-29-44) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.10

Sophomore Frolic (5-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior & Senior Ball (6-3-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Freshman Social (6-10-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Problems Class Play "Friday Afternoon Composition" (6-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Problems Program (6-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Commencement (6-16-44)

Box-folder 2.10

National Honor Society of Secondary Schools Charter (6-20-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Senior Hi-Y Banquet (7-17-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Commencement (11-24-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Baccalaureate Service (1944)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Class Basketball Team Roster (1944)

Box-folder 2.11

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.11

Matsumoto, Yorimi, "Culture Bias" (1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Graduation Addresses

Box-folder 2.12

Cook, Guy (ca 1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Furuzawa, Mae (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Ishida, Mac Chuichiro (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Kajihara, Harry, "Imagination" (1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Miyakoda, Masa (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Sasajima, Florence (1944) [4 copies]

Box-folder 2.13

"Aquila" [yearbook; 2 copies]

Box: 2

1944/45

Box-folder 2.14

The Tri-Stater

Box-folder 2.14

"Excelsior," Senior Edition (May 1945)

 

Senior Edition (1945)

Box-folder 2.15

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.15

Thank you note & Christmas card (Dec 1944)

Box-folder 2.15

Inaugural Ball (3-10-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Senior Ball (4-28-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Senior Banquet (4-29-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Commencement & Sample Diploma (5-4-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Sample "Honor Award" (1945)

Box-folder 2.15

Farewell Party (9-8-45) [Mr. & Mrs. Cook, Miss Morse, and Mr. & Mrs. Harkness]

Box-folder 2.15

Name Tags (ca 9-8-45) [Mr. & Mrs. Cook]

Box-folder 2.15

Mr. Cook's Memory Booklet from Farewell Party (9-8-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Mrs. Cook's Memory Booklet from Farewell Party (9-8-45)

Box-folder 2.15

General Assembly (9-14-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Baccalaureate (10-14-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Jr. High Commencement (10-15-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Class Officers Roster (1945)

Box-folder 2.16

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.16

"The Star-Spangled Banner" (n.d.) [anonymous]

Box: 2

1945/46

Box-folder 2.17

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.17

Sayonara Ball (ca 1946) [4 copies]

Box-folder 2.17

Plays from the Little Theater: "Enter the Hero," "Boccaccio's Untold Tale," "Elmer and the Lovebug" (ca 1946)

Box-folder 2.18

Tomi Iwasaki to Tom Clark, US Atty. Genl. (10-12-45) [re forced renunciation citizenship] [Tomi Iwasaki, Tom Clark]

Box: 2

Multiple Dates or undated

Box-folder 2.19

Student Autobiographies (1942-45) [several of these written at Rohwer Reloc. Ctr.]

Box-folder 2.19

Arima, Shig (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Hiromoto, Fred (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Hiromoto, Noriyuki (12-4-42) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Ike, Kiyoko (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Matsubara, Yoshiko (11-16/17-42)

Box-folder 2.19

Mayekawa, Takashi (1-25-43) [2 copies] ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Nakamura, Richard (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Nakayama, Lily (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Sakamoto, Shigeo (2-9-45)

Box-folder 2.19

Sakoi, George (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Sate, Shigiru (1-26-43) ROHWER [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Shimizu, Evelyn (1-26-43)

Box-folder 2.19

Shimozaki, Nancy (11-18-42) [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Sugita, Chiyiko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Taketa, Ruby (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Tani, Toshimo (1-20-43)

Box-folder 2.19

Tsukamoto, Hideko (1-26-43) [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Tsukamoto, Toshio (n.d.) [pp. 2 & 3 only]

Box-folder 2.19

Uchida, Yukiko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Wakabayashi, Yukii (n.d.) [pp. 3-6 only] ROHWER [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Watanabe, Kyoko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Watariahe, Masato (1-25-42)

Box-folder 2.19

Yamamoto, Jimmy (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

......, James (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous "Who Am I?" (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous [blind girl] (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous (n.d.) [partial-ripped page]

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous (n.d.) [partial-page 4 only]

Box-folder 2.20

Ronald Hitomi. "A sketchbook on Project life at Tule Lake Center" (n.d. probably 1945) [Ronald Hitomi]

Box-folder 2.21

Events---Programs, etc. (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.21

"The Editor's Nightmare" [variety show] program

Box-folder 2.21

"Mid-Summer Social"

Box-folder 2.21

Scholarship Fund Drive poster

Box-folder 2.21

"Scholarship Fund Dance" [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.21

Faculty Follies program

Box-folder 2.21

"Mitsy Oto for Girls' Affairs" poster

Box-folder 2.21

Kazuko Mitsutome campaign poster [Kazuko Mitsutome]

Box-folder 2.21

"Student Body Secretary" campaign poster

Box-folder 2.22

Miscellaneous Creative Writing (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.22

Ronald Hitomi. "Kichi Family" [cartoon strip] [Ronald Hitomi]

Box-folder 2.22

Harry H. Kajihara. "Imagination" [poem] [Harry H. Kajihara]

Box-folder 2.23

Photos of unidentified graduates (3 b/w 2"x5"; n.d.)

Box: 3

Japanese-American Writings & Publications

Box-folder 3.1

George Yasukochi. "A study of the vocational experiences of University of California alumni of Japanese ancestry" (Sp1941)

Box-folder 3.2

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

Box-folder 3.3

"Vignette: A pictorial record...FRESNO ASSEMBLY CENTER" (10-42)

Box-folder 3.4-3.13

Camp Newspapers, 1942-1946, n.d.

Box-folder 3.4

1942

Box-folder 3.4

The Tulean Dispatch

Box-folder 3.4

"Further Action on the Tule Draft Case Dropped" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.4

"Praise Given to H.S. Students" (n.d. ca 11-42)

Box-folder 3.4

Vol. IV, No. 34 (12-22-42)

Box-folder 3.5-3.7

1943

Box-folder 3.5

The Tulean Dispatch

Box-folder 3.5

"Sgt. Fred Nishitsuji: Fight for American Ideals" (1-4-43) [Fred Nishitsuji]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 51, pp. 1-2 (1-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Yoshikawa is First Tri-State High Student Body President" (1-23-43) [Ed Yoshikawa]

Box-folder 3.5

"In Appreciation..." (1-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Nisei May Now Join U.S. Army" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Significant Date" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Voluntary Introduction is First Step in Procedure [partial]" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Parent Advises Son to Serve County" (2-4-43) [Masami Koga]

 

"U.S. Now Accepts Nisei for Navy" (n.d. ca 2-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 70, pp. 3-4 (2-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 71, pp. 1-2 [partial] & Supplement, "Registration Rules" (2-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 72, (2-12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"A Volunteer Writes" (2-16-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 77, (2-18-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement (2-19-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Extra, "Citizen Repatriate Registration" (2-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Registration Sked [sic] for Citizens Listed" (2-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Identification for Workers" (2-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"The Wrong Ancestors is Oregonian Feature Story" (n.d. ca 2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 83, pp. 1-2 (3-1-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 86, pp. 1-2 (3-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 87, pp. 1-2 & 3-4 [partial] (3-5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 91, pp. 1-2 [partial] (3-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Tri-Staters Contribute to War Effort" (3-10-43) [Mr. Wilder (Principal)]

Box-folder 3.5

"Soldier Sends Letter Here" (3-11-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

"Four Brothers Volunteer for Army from MINIDOKA" (3-11-43) [Sakura-Kenny, Ted, Chet, Howard]

Box-folder 3.5

"Galen Fisher Asks All Nisei to Co-operate with Army" (3-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Ex-Tulean feted by ... Taken on Sight-Seeing..." (3-19-43) [Edna Ito]

Box-folder 3.5

"Tri-State High School Credits" (3-19-43) [Kenneth W. Harkness]

Box-folder 3.5

"High Schools to Reopen Thurs." (3-22-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Now You Know, Senator" (3-23-43) [Senator Wallgren]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 1-2 (3-25-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Procedure Set-Up for Shoe Rationing" (3-26-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Project Carpenter Shop Constructs Furniture" (3-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Evacuation Denounced by Judge Denman" (4-5-43) [William Denman]

Box-folder 3.5

"School Teaching Staff Quality High" (4-8-43) [Shigeo Tenabe]

Box-folder 3.5

"Caucasian Mother of Soldier Aims to Promote Tolerance" (n.d. ca 4-8-43) [Alexander, Patricia K. of Springfield, MN]

Box-folder 3.5

"Colony Gets 16 Per Person Ration Points" (4-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Baggage Inspection for Leaving Project" (4-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Three Delegates Return from Conference in Idaho" (4-12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"CT 250 More Students" (4-15-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Let's Grab a Rake" (4-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Progress Revealed: Crowd Packs #2020 to Hear Dillon Myer" (4-17-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Easter to be Observed Atop Rock Mt." (4-17-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"467 Schools Cleared for Evacuee Students" (4-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"The Other Side: When a group of smartly..." (n.d. ca 4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Center Firemen Help Quell Tule Lake Fire" (n.d. ca Sp 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"A Man with a Winning Hand is Oliver K. Noji" (5-10-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.5

"Many Outstanding Creations Unveiled at Fashion Show" (5-14-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Our Town: Little Theater" (5-14-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5. No. 58 (5-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Establishment of WRA Centers Mistake-Myer" (5-28-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "This Memorial Day" (5-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Memorial Day...1943, Program" (5-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Business Girls Meet Saturday" (n.d. ca 5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"More About Noji Art Exhibit [cont.] (n.d. ca 5-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.5

"An artist is not a guy..." (n.d. ca 5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Koga Feted by Block 37" (n.d. ca 5-43) [Albert Koga]

Box-folder 3.5

"7 Families go to CRYSTAL CITY" (6-3-43) [Furumoto; Ishizuka; Morioka; Oshima; Sakamoto; Taketa; & Yamamoto]

Box-folder 3.5

"Boy Scouts to Form Drum, Bugle Corps" (6-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Social Slated for Service Men" (6-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5, No. 90, pp. 1-2 & 5-6 (7-3-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Residents Warned Again: Project Must Use Less Water" [partial] (7-6-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Star Dusting" (7-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. 5-6 (7-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "From Bad to Worse" (7-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Follies a Hilarious Hit!" (7-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer says Committee Stirs Public Hatred" (7-10-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Baccalaureate Services will be Held Tomorrow" (7-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Avoid Starting New Little Tokios in Relocating" (7-15-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Graduation Program Tonight" (7-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 1-2 [partial] (7-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

ACLU Says Evacuation Worst Invasion of Citizens Liberties'" (7-26-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Report on Segregation by Myer" (7-30-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Gives Reasons For Selecting Tule Lake" (n.d. ca 7-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Medical Detachment at Camp Shelby Wins High Praise" (n.d. ca 7-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Class of 1943" (n.d. ca 7-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 6, No. 16, pp. 1-2 (8-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Segregation Procedure Given" (8-5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

p. 5-6 (8-13-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Best's Report on Segregation Process" (n.d. ca mid-Aug 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Corrections to Segregation Pamphlet" (n.d. ca mid-Aug 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Relocate Now" (8-21-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Girls' Dean to Leave August 26" (n.d. ca 8-43) [Irene Jaderquist]

Box-folder 3.5

"All Project Schools Close" (9-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Church Services" (n.d. ca 9-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. 3-4 (9-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"On Furlough" (9-16-43) [Fred Shimizu, George Marubashi, Shintaku Katsumi, George Komure, Masao Yamamoto]

Box-folder 3.5

"Scout Meet Called, Fri." (9-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Three More Graduates Granted Scholarships" (9-16-43) [Jiro Enomoto,Mollie Yasutake, Mary Matsuda, Shigeo Nakanishi, Ellen Hasegawa, Miyoko Inouye]

Box-folder 3.5

"Impromptu" (9-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Gym is Scene of Hub-Bub as Baggage is Examined" (9-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Final Court of Honor Set"" (n.d. ca 9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Youth Refuses to Repatriate" (10-7-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

"The View From Castle Rock" (10-12-43) [Mickey Noguchi]

Box-folder 3.5

"Farm Accident is Fatal to TOPAZAN" (10-16-43) [Tatsuto Kashima]

Box-folder 3.5

"Twenty-Nine Farm Workers are Injured in Second Accident..." (10-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Loss of Farm Crops Anticipated if Negotiations Fail Today, says Best" (10-21-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Harold S. Jacoby: Internal Security" (10-23-43) [Harold S. Jacoby]

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. IA-IB & 2 (10-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Army Asks Colonists to Complete Processing" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "New Western Commander" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Delos C. Emmons]

Box-folder 3.5

"Segregation Inevitable" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Segregants Number 8572; GILA Tops List" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Addresses Local Residents at Ad. Area" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Yudansha's to Organize" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Evacuees in Centers Discussed in Harper's" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Hugh Kiino]

Box-folder 3.5

"Language School Organized" (11-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"TOPAZ Sends Worker to Harvest Crop" (11-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"80 Harvesters Arrive from Two Projects, Sun" (n.d. ca early 11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Meiji Setsu Commemorated by Center" (11-4-43) [Tokio Yamane]

Box-folder 3.5

"Pop's Comments" (11-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Dying in more tragic circumstances..." (ca 11-7-43) [Harold D. Emerson]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 7. No. 26, pp. 1-2 (11-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Old Friends Reunited" (n.d. ca 12-43) [Tomozo Ishii; F.L. Guy]

Box-folder 3.5

"High School Purchases Co-operative Equipment" (n.d. ca 12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Bon odori on Saturday..." (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Comment...Tacoma News" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Council Sends Invitation to Senate Group" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Friends Meet in U.S. Army" (n.d. ca 1943) [Kazuo D. Numamoto; Shozo Saito]

Box-folder 3.5

"Los Angeles Mayor Scored in Newspaper Article" (n.d. ca 1943) [Fletcher Bowren]

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Addresses Local Residents at Ad. Area" (n.d. ca 1943) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"To Help Evacuees Reclaim Property" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Tojo Volunteers Services for United States Army" (n.d. ca 1943) [Rufus Tojo, HEART MTN]

Box-folder 3.5

"Volunteer Help Now Necessary" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.6

"A Tule Lake Interlude: lst Anniversary, May 27, 1942-1943" [retrospective volume publ. by Tulean Dispatch]

Box-folder 3.7

Tule Lake 1st Judo Tournament program (8-22-43)

Box-folder 3.8-3.11

1944

Box-folder 3.8

The Tulean Dispatch (1944)

Box-folder 3.8

"Blind Artist Wins Acclaim at Show" (3-23-44) [Kengo Sakamoto]

Box-folder 3.8

"Inami Cops Presidential Votes at H.S." (3-23-44) [Henry Inami]

Box-folder 3.8

"State Dept. Replies to Citizenship Bill Queries" (n.d. ca 7-44)

Box-folder 3.8

"Procedure to Renounce Citizenship Operative" (10-26-44)

Box-folder 3.8

Extra, "Coast Ban Lifted" (12-19-44)

Box-folder 3.9

The Newell Star (1944)

Box-folder 3.9

"Coordinators Tender Resignations" (4-13-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"1000 From JEROME, ROHWER Expected over Weekend" (5-11-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"First Evacuees Open Center Two Years Ago" (5-25-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Okamoto Dies from Gunshot Wound Inflicted by Sentry" (5-25-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

"Gunnison Compares Tule Lake...with Manila, Shanghai Internment Camps" (ca 5-44) [Royal Arch Gunnison]

Box-folder 3.9

"Residents Pay Solemn Tribute at Final Rites for Okamoto" (6-1-44)[Shoichi Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

"Signup for Booths Open" (6-15-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Graduation for 120 Seniors on Friday" (6-15-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Shoichi Okamoto Case: Sentry Faces Court Martial Here Today" (7-6-44) [Shoichi Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Police Staff Resigns; Best Asks for Reorganization" (7-20-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Isolation Area Empty; Occupants Return Home" (8-31-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Vol. I, No. 39, pp. 1-2 [partial] & 3-4 (11-23-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Dept. Of Justice Official Here to Hold Citizenship Hearings" (12-7-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Coast Ban Lifted" (12-19-44)

Box-folder 3.10

The Tule Luke Cooperator (7-3-44)

Box-folder 3.11

Tule Lake Cooperative Enterprises, Inc. Bd. of Directors---Minutes (11-25-44)

Box-folder 3.12-3.13

1945

Box-folder 3.12

The Tule Resettlement News (1945)

Box-folder 3.12

"Nisei in St. Louis Offer Advice to Those Whose Parents Remain in Centers" (10-5-45)

Box-folder 3.12

"Northern California Hostels are Listed for Convenience of...Resettlers (11-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

The Newell Star (1945)

Box-folder 3.13

"Fire Destroys Tri-State Gym New Year's Eve" (n.d. ca early 1-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"March of Dimes Dance Slated" (n.d. ca 1-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 7, pp. 1-2 (2-15-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Family Reunion for Internees Unlikely" (3-16-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Statement Given on Special Project Rules" (3-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Peace Office Handles 167 Cases in 3 Months" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Bakery Saves $4000 Monthly" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"91,000 Pounds of Pork Produced" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"149 Mid-Term Seniors to Graduate Tonight" (5-4-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Co-op General Manager Slain by Mysterious Assassin" (ca 7-2-45) [Yaozo Hitomi]

Box-folder 3.13

"Harvest Yields 372,580 Pounds of Vegetables" (8-10-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Excludee and Segregee Orders are Rescinded Effective Today" (9-5-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 36, pp. 1-2 (9-7-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Local Nisei is Winner of Reed College Scholarship" (9-28-45) [Walter Mido]

Box-folder 3.13

"Some Subjects on Two-Period Basis" (9-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Baccalaureate Services to be Held on Oct. 14 in Gym" (10-5-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Son of Tulean Killed in Plane Crash Near Okinawa" (10-12-45) [Hyoe Kurokawa, Satoshi Ben Kurokawa]

Box-folder 3.13

"March 30, 1946: WRA Student Records to go to U.S. Office of Educ." (10-12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"3 Days Set Aside for Registration" (10-12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Ickes, Myer Say Tule Lake to Close on or Before Feb. 1, 1946" (10-18-45) [Harold Ickes, Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Complete Relocation and Closing Program is Outlined..." (10-24-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Repatriation Announcement Made" (2 copies) (10-26-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Repatriation Requests in Transit to Japan" (n.d. ca Fa 1945)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "First Departure Next Friday" (11-17-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"325 to Leave Center for Hawaii Next Friday" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"First Group of Repats leaves Tule Lake Today" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Housing Problem to be Discussed" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Departure of Family Groups Set by Justice Department" (11-26-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"To Fingerprint Citizens Going to Japan Dec. 16" (11-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Special Notice to Repatriates" (n.d. ca 11-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Director Dillon S. Myer: Personal Visit Completed..." (12-4-45) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.13

"Notices Sent Asking Tuleans to Make Plans" (n.d. ca early 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Justice Dept. Announces Policy on Repatriation" (12-10-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 50, pp. 1-2 (12-14-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Tri-State High Closes Doors After 3 Years" (12-21-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Class Ends for 800 Elementary School Students" (12-21-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Renunciants May Now Apply for Hearings" (12-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"3550 Voluntary Repatriates En Route to Japan" (12-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Safe Arrival of Recent Hawaiian Returnees Bared" (n.d. ca 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Minors Born in U.S. May Return as U.S. Citizens" (n.d. ca 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Former Physics Teacher Now at U. Of Minnesota" (n.d. ca 1945) [Tom Kishaba]

Box-folder 3.13

"Transcript Needed Early Says Cook" (n.d. ca 1945) [Guy Cook]

Box-folder 3.13

"Dept. of Justice Permits Taking of Food for Babies" (n.d. ca 1945)

Box-folder 3.15-3.16

1946

Box-folder 3.15

The Newell Star (1946)

Box-folder 3.15

"Renunciant Hearings to Begin Next Week" (1-4-46)

Box-folder 3.15

"Repats Still Able to Apply" (n.d. ca early 1-46)

Box-folder 3.15

Extra, "Tule Lake Center Operation to Continue for Short Time" (1-31-46)

Box-folder 3.15

Final Edition (3-1-46)

Box-folder 3.16

The Roundup (1946)

Box-folder 3.16

No. 84 and Final Edition (4-26-46)

Box-folder 3.17

Undated

Box-folder 3.17

The Tulean Dispatch (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Center Starts New Year with Population of 7268" (n.d. ca 1-45)

Box-folder 3.17

"Drivers Must be Licensed" (n.d. ca 4-45)

Box-folder 3.17

"Sacto Agent Seeking Cars" (n.d.) [Wallace Mason]

Box-folder 3.17

"Notary Public: Mrs. Thomas..." (n.d.) [Mrs. Thomas]

Box-folder 3.17

"Procedure Incomplete for Shoe Rationing" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"About Shoe Certificates" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"This Training Hall of Life" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

Editorial, "What is He Fighting For?" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Loss Reimbursement Denied by Coverley" (n.d.) [Harvey Coverley]

Box-folder 3.17

"Japanese aliens may acquire..." (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Schools Will Start Soon" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Repatriates Now Being Resettled in Manchukuo" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"R. Peck: Project Steward" (n.d.) [Ralph Peck]

Box-folder 3.17

"Private Bawled Out by Nisei GI was Ernie Pyle" (n.d.) [Vic Nishijima, Ernie Pyle]

Box-folder 3.17

"A Christmas Prayer" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"There's One in Every Block: The Batshakunins" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"There's One in Every Block: Daily Dozen" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Jiro: Baggage Inspection" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Daffy" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

Community Activities 1942-1946

Box-folder 3.14

Programs, etc. (1942-46 & n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

map of camp (?) in Japanese writing [white] (ca 7-11-42)

Box-folder 3.14

party invitation (n.d. ca 1942) [Arthur Misaki]

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (1-27-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group program (1-27-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (3-15-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group program (3-15-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Art Exhibit of Oliver K. Noji invitation (5-14-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.14

Art Exhibit of Oliver K. Noji program (5-14-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (5-19-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Encore invitation, by the Tulean Dance & Music Dept. (8-5-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Just a Neighborly Evening Social-Time invitation (8-11-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Formal Japanese Program announcement, by the Floral Arts & Crafts Depts. (8-13-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Project Judo Tournament invitation (8-22-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Farewell Party invitations [5 copies] (8-26-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Open House Exhibition invitation (9-7-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Lift the Curfew Dance invitation (2-20-44)

Box-folder 3.14

Poster Department Grand Easter Ball (4-8-44)

Box-folder 3.14

Saddle Daze [dance & floor show] invitation (5 copies) (2-24-45)

Box-folder 3.14

Floral Arts Fashion Show invitation (5-11-45)

Box-folder 3.14

Mother's Day Card [in Japanese] (5-13-45)

Box-folder 3.14

birth announcement (5-25-46) [Carol Jun]

Box-folder 3.14

Casaba Hop dance invitation (n.d. April 29)

Box-folder 3.14

Spring Fashion Show invitation (n.d. May 7)

Box-folder 3.14

Gay Ninties [sic] Revue dance invitation (n.d. June 10)

Box-folder 3.14

Aloha farewell party (n.d. Nov 27) [Asako Miyasaki,Sue Taniguchi]

Box-folder 3.14

Memories of Block 54 dance invitation (n.d. Dec 1)

Box-folder 3.14

Farewell Christmas Dinner invitation (n.d. Dec 22) [Mr. & Mrs. Shirrell]

Box-folder 3.14

Behind the Screen [variety show] program (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

program (?) in Japanese by Newell Star [blue] (n.d.)

Box: 4

Personal Correspondence; Clippings; Ephemera

Box-folder 4:1

I.  Cook's Personal Correspondence

Box-folder 4.1

1943

Box-folder 4.1

Mrs. Guy Cook to her college friends (3-18-43) [2 l.; broad descr. Tule Lake kids] [Marguerite J. Cook]

Box-folder 4.1

Bill Takano, student at Macalester College, St. Paul MN (5-1-43) [] [thank you, incl. brief description college circumstances]

Box-folder 4.1

excerpt from note from Mrs. Guy Cook's niece [a student at Macalester] about Bill Takano (n.d. ca 5-1-43) [Bill Takano]

Box-folder 4.1

Akio Sawada Furumoto, Crystal City TX (8-10-43) [Akio Sawada Furumoto]

Box-folder 4.1

"Lily," TOPAZ Relocation Center to "Irene" (10-7-43) [2 l.; descr. TOPAZ in detail]

Box-folder 4.1

1945-46

Box-folder 4.1

Yoshito Osaki, Orinda CA (6-14-45) [6 l.; describes incarceration after "uprising"?] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 4.1

Alyce K. Hamada, Kumamoto-ken, Japan (11-6-45) [postcard; from "repatriate" Nisei] [Alyce K. Hamada]

Box-folder 4.1

Harold F. Menges, Sasebo, Japan (1-7-46) [6 l.; describes Japan after War] [Harold F. Menges]

Box-folder 4.1

Tom Ariza, Puente CA (3-23-46) [postcard] [Tom Ariza]

Box-folder 4.1

Meriko Nadama, Miyazaki, Japan (9-17-46) [postcard; from "repatriate" Nisei] [Meriko Nadama]

Box-folder 4.1

Hirotashi Tagashira, Kobe, Japan (111-46) [postcard from "repatriate" Nisei] [Hirotashi Tagashira]

Box-folder 4.1

Undated

Box-folder 4.1

Minome Kiyota [Christmas card from Tule Lake] [Minome Kiyota]

Box-folder 4.1

Edward Yoshikawa [Christmas card] [Edward Yoshikawa]

Box-folder 4.1

Dorothy Keikoan [Christmas card] [Dorothy Keikoan]

Box-folder 4.1

Oliver Noji [Christmas card] [Oliver Noji]

Box-folder 4.1

Yoshi Mizoue [Christmas card from Granada Relocation Center] [Yoshi Mizoue]

Box-folder 4.2

W.H. Spillers, Princ., Central Union H.S., Fresno to Sam & Kenneth Sakata (1-4-46) [condemns Sakata boys for renouncing citizenship to be w/ family] [W.H. Spillers, Sam Sakata, Kenneth Sakata]

 

II.  Clippings

Box-folder 4.3

"Willing to die for America," n.s. (12-5-42)

Box-folder 4.4

"We are all kin,"; "Japanese problem," [MANZANAR] Colorado Times (12-24-42)

Box-folder 4.5

Joseph B. Hunter. "In our midst - War Relocation Centers," Journal of Arkansas Education (Dec 1942)

Box-folder 4.6

"Defending the Nisei status," Colorado Times (1-1-43)

Box-folder 4.7

"A chronology of evacuation & relocation," n.s. (1-4-43)

Box-folder 4.8

"Legion group starts deportation move," Portland Journal (1-19-43)

Box-folder 4.9

"California legislative actions seek to revoke citizenship...," n.s. (1-25-43)

Box-folder 4.10

"Evacuees ask Senator to share luxuries," n.s. (1-26-43) [Sen. Robert R. Reynolds]

Box-folder 4.11

S. Burton Heath. "What about Hugh Kiino?" Harper's Magazine (Oct 1943) [Hugh Kiino]

Box-folder 4.12

Clippings about "uprising" at Tule Lake (11-4-43)

Box-folder 4.13

"Nisei soldiers see Washington," n.s. (n.d.; ca 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

Miscellaneous Clippings (1943)

Box-folder 4.14

Clippings from San Francisco Chronicle of Tule Lake Project Days [booklet]

Box-folder 4.14

"Japampering Charge Made" The Oregonian [not original article] (1-16-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Courts" [photo and article] San Francisco Chronicle (4-11-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"WRA Program Attacked by Dies' Member" n.s. (4-18-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Investigation of Japs Sent to Colleges" n.s. (ca April 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"U.S.-Japanese Centers" n.s. (5-7-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Tule Lake, Backdrop for Trouble" San Francisco Chronicle (11-8-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Compare These Menus---Hong Kong and Tule" San Francisco Examiner (11-10-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"State Senator Donnelly Gives ... San Francisco Examiner (11-10-43) [Hugh Donnelly]

Box-folder 4.14

"Myer Claims Tulelake Case Aided Enemy" n.s. (12-8-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 4.14

"Learning Japanese" n.s. (12-14-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"WRA" San Francisco Chronicle (12-17-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Japanese Return" n.s. (ca Dec 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"WRA Turns Mudslinger" n.s. (ca Fa/Wi 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"Why Brag" n.s. (ca Fa/Wi 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"Most U.S. Japs Keep S.F. Property Equities" n.s. (ca 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"Nisei Welcome to Work, Live in New York" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.14

"This happened night before last..." n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.14

"U.S. Japanese Farm Workers" [photo with partial article] n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.14

"After the War" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.14

"Signs of the Times" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.14

"Jap Relocation Center" [photo] The Sioux City Journal (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.15

Clippings concerning shooting of James Okamoto at Tule Lake (ca May 1944)

Box-folder 4.15

"Return Japanese Americans to Coast..." San Francisco Chronicle (5-26-44)

Box-folder 4.15

"Tulelake Killing" n.s. (ca 5-26-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

Box-folder 4.15

"Tokio [sic] Irate Over Tule Shooting" n.s. (ca 5-27-44)

Box-folder 4.15

"Japs Mourn Tule Martyr" n.s. (ca 5-30-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

Box-folder 4.15

"Tulelake" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.15

"Nisei Attacks Soldier at Tulelake" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

Miscellaneous Clippings (1944)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese Exclusion: Security of Coast Requires Ban..." n.s. (1-19-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Martinez Group Pleads for Nisei" San Francisco Chronicle (1-26-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Hero Banned on Radio" n.s. (ca 1-26-44) [Sgt. Ben Kuroki]

Box-folder 4.16

"Deport All Japs, Keep Them from California..." n.s. (ca 1-29-44) [Warren H. Atherton]

Box-folder 4.16

"Dies Committee Lists Jap Terror..." San Francisco Examiner (ca 1-29-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Dies Probers Slate Blast at WRA..." San Francisco Examiner (ca 1-29-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"I Don't Know if I'm Safe in my Own Country" San Francisco Chronicle (2-5-44) [Sgt. Ben Kuroki]

Box-folder 4.16

"Four Held in U.S.-Japanese Dynamiting" n.s. (ca 2-22-44) [Elmer F. Johnson, Alvin Johnson, James O. Watson, Claude P. Watson]

Box-folder 4.16

"Nisei Pioneers" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-26-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Puka Puka Battalion" San Francisco Chronicle ca 2-26-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"The Nisei Problem" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-28-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement---In Utah" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 3-1-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Ickes Says 402 Nisei Internees Drafted" n.s. (3-3-44) [Harold L. Ickes]

Box-folder 4.16

"Three Tulelake Inmates Indicted in Radio Case" n.s. (ca 3-15-44) [Yoshio Kawazoye, Hideo Ray Kawazoye, Masanori Hirata]

Box-folder 4.16

"Transmitters at Tulelake Harmless" n.s. (ca 3-16-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japs Refuse Army Drill" n.s. (ca 3-22-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Nisei Change 10,000 Idle Acres to Gardens" n.s. (ca 3-28-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Nisei Proud to Fight for the Allies" San Francisco Chronicle (4-10-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Nisei Soldiers Sentenced for Disobedience" n.s. (ca 4-13-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Bricker Urges Deportation of Disloyal Japs" n.s. (ca 4-18-44) [Gov. John W. Bricker]

Box-folder 4.16

"Five Held in Tulelake Threat Case" n.s. (4-18-44) [Dentaro Tani, Tosiaki Oku, Goichi Ichimura, Kemetei Riyeda, Hisashi Yamamoto]

Box-folder 4.16

"10 Relocation Camps to be Abandoned" n.s. (ca 5-14-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japs Declared Out of Place in California," San Francisco Examiner (5-27-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Tulelake Japanese Pick New Policemen" n.s. (n.d. ca July 1944)

Box-folder 4.16

"Nisei Unit Led Rescues of Lost Battalion" n.s. (ca 11-7-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Women Teachers Entertained Japs" n.s. (ca 11-10-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese in Italy are Good Fighters" n.s. (ca Nov 1944)

Box-folder 4.16

"Give Japs to Army, Governor Urges" n.s. (ca 12-7-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Troops Quell Rioting Japs" n.s. (ca 12-7-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Return of Japanese" n.s. (ca 12-12-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Coast Ban Lifted on Japanese-Americans" n.s. (ca 12-19-44)

Box-folder 4.16

"Christmas in Italy" [photo] n.s. (ca Dec 1944)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japan Holds Up Exchange of Internees" San Francisco Chronicle (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Ansel Adams Tells the Story of One Group..." San Francisco Chronicle (n.d) [Ansel Adams]

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese Pair to Return to Palo Alto" n.s. (n.d.) [Saku Moriwaki & daughter]

Box-folder 4.16

"This World Today" San Francisco Chronicle (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Camp Japanese" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese Patriots Reply to Bataan Tortures" [photo] n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese Alien at Center Receives Court Sentence" n.s. (n.d.) [Tatsusaburo Takatow]

Box-folder 4.16

"Japs May Transfer Title to Property" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Tolerance"/"Intolerance" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"No. 7 for Ickes" n.s. (n.d.) [Harold L. Ickes]

Box-folder 4.16

"Jap Government Sends Food to Internees Here" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Citizens" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japs Loyal to their Emperor" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"80 MINIDOKA Japs Arrive at Tule WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Japanese is Evicted from Costal Area" n.s. (n.d.) [Masonabu Hata, Delos C. Emmons]

Box-folder 4.16

"WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"Ickes Visits Bay Region; Lauds WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"...rested solely with the military command..." [partial article] n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.16

"500 More Japs Arrive at Tule" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.17

American Council on Public Affairs. "The Displaced Japanese-Americans" (1944)

Box-folder 4.18

Dillon S. Myer. "Japanese-American Relocation: Final Chapter," Common Ground (Sp 1945?) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 4.19

Anonymous. "Experiences of an American woman in a Japanese camp in the Phillippines" (6-10-45)

Box-folder 4.20

Milton C. Phinney. "The story of the Nittas," Now (July 1945) [Milton C. Phinney; Nitta-Shosuke, Taka, Hitoshi, Minoru, Mitsuo]

Box-folder 4.21

Mary Oyama. "A Nisei report from home," Common Ground (Sum 1945) [Mary Oyama]

Box-folder 4.22

Eleanor G. Kimble. "The disloyal at Tule Lake," Common Ground (F 1945) [Eleanor G. Kimble]

Box-folder 4.23

Miscellaneous Clippings (1945, 1946 & n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"Three Nisei Return to Hood River" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 1-13-45) [Ray Sato, F. Noji, M. Asai]

Box-folder 4.23

"U.S. Japanese Homes Fire Upon, Burned" n.s. (ca 2-16-45) [S.J. Kakutani, Bob Morishige]

Box-folder 4.23

"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-29-45)

Box-folder 4.23

"Tulelake Police Cars" n.s. (ca 4-14-45)

Box-folder 4.23

"The Anti-Nisei Dynamite Case" San Francisco Chronicle (4-20-45) [Sumio Doi, James E. Watson, Elmer Johnson, Alvin Johnson]

Box-folder 4.23

"Nisei Intimidation" n.s. (ca April 1945) [Summio Doi]

Box-folder 4.23

"Mystery Killing of Alien Jap at Center" n.s. (ca July 1945) [Yaozo Hitomi]

Box-folder 4.23

"Deadly Weapons Manufactured at Jap Camp" n.s. (n.d. ca July 1944) [Yaozo Hitomi, Yoshio Miyagawa]

Box-folder 4.23

"Japanese-American Heroes" [photo] n.s. (ca 10-29-45) [Kenneth Otagaki, Kiyoshi Kuramoto, Robert Y. Oda, Tamosu Shimitzu]

Box-folder 4.23

"Legion Post Asks 16 Nisei to Join" n.s. (ca 12-13-45)

Box-folder 4.23

"This World Today" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 12-13-45)

Box-folder 4.23

"Intermountain Area in Embroiled in a Dispute Over the Nisei" n.s. (ca 2-28-46)

Box-folder 4.23

"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 3-2-46)

Box-folder 4.23

"Bombs to Bums---Yokohama to Brooklyn" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 4-18-46) [Iku Koike, Masuo Koike, Frank Donato]

Box-folder 4.23

"Migration of Japanese-Americans" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"S.D. Rancher Employs Six Japs" n.s. (n.d.) [Mrs. J.M. Eaton]

Box-folder 4.23

"Wounded Nisei Denied Barber Service in Arizona" n.s. (n.d.) [Raymond Matsuda, Andy Hale]

Box-folder 4.23

"Japanese-Americans" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"Japanese Proves Good Citizenship" n.s. (n.d.) [Noriyoshi Masamitsu]

Box-folder 4.23

"Olive Shins, True Blue Hearts" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"In an effort to create better understanding..." n.s. (n.d.) [Mine Okubo, TOPAZ]

Box-folder 4.23

"Escaped MANZANAR Boy gives Himself Up to Police" n.s. (n.d.) [Roy Yamada]

Box-folder 4.23

"Citizens' Return" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"Visit to a Relocation Center" n.s. (n.d.) [GRANADA]

Box-folder 4.23

"Misguided" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.23

"Jap In Uniform Found to be Nisei on Leave" n.s. (n.d.) [Junski Agari]

Box-folder 4.24

Bradford Smith. "The Great American Swindle," Common Ground (F 1946) [Bradford Smith]

Box-folder 4.25

Roger Baldwin. "The Nisei in Japan," Common Ground (? 1946) [Roger Baldwin]

 

III.  Ephemera

Box-folder 4.26

Guy W. Cook [?]. Mother's Day address (n.d.) [3 l.] [Guy Cook]

Box-folder 4.27

F. Onye [?]. Tule Lake [untitled 8.5" x 11" pencil sketch] [F. Onye]

Box-folder 4.28

Miscellaneous Ephemera

Box-folder 4.28

"Happy New Year" cards [3] (1946)

Box-folder 4.28

military currency for Japanese [10 sen]

Box-folder 4.28

stamped/postmarked envelope with handwriting (presumed Mr. or Mrs. Cook) (1943)

Box-folder 4.28

Association of California Secondary School Principals membership card for Mr. G.W. Cook (1945) [Guy Cook]

Box-folder 4.28

ribbon with Japanese characters [red & white]

Box-folder 4.28

captioned photo: posthumously awarded Distinguished Service Cross [Mrs. Gensuke Masuda, S/Sgt. Kazuo Masuda, Mary Masuda]

Box-folder 4.28

captioned photo: classroom at a Japanese Relocation Center

Box-folder 4.28

"The 47 Ronin" is favorite Japanese Play of vengeance" [scenes from popular Japanese historical play; 2 pp.]