Writings, correspondence, and photocopies of United States Army Psychological Warfare Branch, Office of War Information, State
Department, and Federal Bureau of Investigation memoranda and reports, relating to activities of the Japanese-American Koji
Ariyoshi as an American psychological warfare specialist and liaison with Chinese communist forces during World War II, as
a Smith Act case defendant in Hawaii in 1951, and subsequently as president of the Hawaii-China People's Friendship Association.
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