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Duus (Masayo) papers
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Masayo Duus, born in Hokkaido in 1938, is a Japanese non-fiction writer. Her works focus on the history of Japanese Americans and relations between the United States and Japan. The Masayo Duus papers (1900-2003) include documents, photographs, correspondence, video, and interview sound recordings related to Masayo Duus's research on the Japanese Hawaii sugar strike of 1920 and on Isamu Noguchi.
Born in Hokkaido in 1938; Japanese non-fiction writer whose works explore the history of Japanese Americans, relations between the United States and Japan, the labor movement in Hawaii, and the Japanese American artist, Isamu Noguchi.
92 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 3 cassette boxes, 2 videocassette boxes, 1 oversize folder (42.78 Linear Feet)
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