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Tule Lake Internment Camp records
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Box 1, Folder 1

Proteccion de los intereses del Japon: Informe a la embajada de España en Washington de la visita al Centro de Relocalizacion de Tule Lake December, 1942

Box 1, Folder 2

Documents concerning health issues at Tule Lake 1942

Scope and Contents

Includes Base Hospital quarantine procedures, summary of health facilities, Tule Lake Out Patient Clinic schedule, age distribution of colonists Tule Lake Relocation Project, and blank health forms.
Box 1, Folder 3

Letters from Iyi Shigetus[?] at the Japanese Internment Camp in Santa Fe, New Mexico to Fuminaro Konoye, Tojo Hidenori, and Shigemitsu Mamotu (in English and Japanese) 1944

Box 1, Folder 4

Correspondence between the Spanish Embassy and the State Department regarding "complaints made by the Japanese at the Tule Lake Relocation Center" 1943

Box 1, Folder 5

Tulean Dispatch magazine section, holiday edition January 1943

Box 1, Folder 6

Block Managers Manual, War Relocation Authority, Tule Lake Project 1942

Box 1, Folder 7

Documents collected during the December 1942 visit of Antonio Rodriguez-Martin to the Tule Lake Center 1942

Scope and Contents

Documents include list of recent detainees with details of where they were 'evacuated' from (includes list of persons 'selected' to sail on the Gripsholm), age groups of colonists, camp menus, report of complaints by the internees.
flat-box 2, Folder 1

Letter from Antonio Rodriguez-Martin to a friend in the Spanish government December 31, 1940

flat-box 2, Folder 2

Certificate from Francisco Franco Bahamonde appointing Francisco de Amat y Torresas the Spanish consul to San Francisco July 29, 1940

flat-box 2, Folder 3

Certificate from Franklin Delano Roosevelt acknowledging the appointment of Francisco de Amat y Torresas as Spanish consul in San Francisco November 2, 1940