The collection consists of interview transcripts and newspaper clippings related to the history of Japanese-Americans in the
Inland Empire, particularly in Riverside, during the early half of the 20th century. Also included in the collection are videocassettes
related to the Chinatown excavation in Riverside.
Riverside, California saw a sizeable community of Japanese immigrants contribute to the city's economy by the mind-1890s.
Aside from working in the agricultural sector, many Japanese-Americans were business owners within the city.
6.71 linear feet
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