Register of the Survey of Race Relations records

Finding aid prepared by Aparna Mukherjee
Hoover Institution Library and Archives
© 2002
434 Galvez Mall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6003
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Title: Survey of Race Relations records
Date (inclusive): 1905-1934
Collection Number: 61003
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 38 manuscript boxes (15.2 Linear Feet)
Abstract: An anthropological investigative project sponsored by various private organizations, the Survey of Race Relations records include a report, correspondence, interview transcripts, questionnaires, and printed matter relating to the social and economic status of Chinese, Japanese, other Asian, Mexican, and other minority residents of the Pacific Coast of the United States and Canada, and to race relations on the Pacific Coast.
Creator: Survey of Race Relations
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Access

The collection is open for research; materials must be requested in advance via our reservation system. If there are audiovisual or digital media material in the collection, they must be reformatted before providing access.

Use

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1961.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Survey of Race Relations records, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives.

Alternate Forms Available

Digital copies of materials are available online through the Stanford Digital Repository; links to box contents can be found throughout the finding aid.

Historical Note

In the early 1920s, a group of scholars set out to make an investigation of economic, religious, educational, civic, biological, and social conditions among Chinese, Japanese, and other non-European residents of the Pacific Coast of the United States and Canada. Extension of the study into northern Mexico and Hawaii was contemplated as well. The Survey had its administrative and research headquarters at Stanford University under the chairmanship of President Ray Lyman Wilbur and was under the research directorship first of Stanford professor Eliot G. Mears and subsequently of the Chicago sociologist, Robert E. Park. The Survey received important financial support and collaboration from the Institute of Social and Religious Research.
In the words of Mears, Executive Secretary, "The Survey seeks to impose no program, advocates no specific policy, and champions no special interest. It aims to find the facts, and all the facts, and plans to make them accessible to the public." The findings were to be published in a series of volumes edited by Dr. Park.
After only one publication ("Tentative Findings of the Survey of Race Relations," edited by Mears), the Survey ran out of money, and research was discontinued.
Later, Mears wrote a book based on the work of the Survey entitled, Resident Orientals on the American Pacific Coast: Their Legal and Economic Status, 1928.

Scope and Content of Collection

Completed life-history questionnaires comprise the greatest bulk and are the "raw data" of the collection. In addition, there are numerous open-ended personal reflections, financial records, conference reports, meeting notes, bibliographies, printed materials and miscellaneous other findings of the Survey. The original manuscript of Mears' book Resident Orientals on the American Pacific Coast: Their Legal and Economic Status is also included in the collection.
The following items are missing documents from the original accession; the items would have been a part of the Minor Documents series: 1 (items #53-54 out of the 102 interviews in that folder 1), 4-9, 11, 13-17, 19-21, 23, 25-30, 32-36, 39, 49-50, 67-74, 81, 83, 85, 89-90, 92, 94-100, 102-105, 107-118, 120-122, 125-130, 132-145, 147-148, 150-151, 153-161, 163, 166-172, 174-175, 178, 184-186, 195-249, 257-260, 263, 268, 274, 294-312.
The classification titles and codes of the documents as established by the Survey of Race Relations can be found below under File Plan.

File Plan

File Plan: Classification Titles
Classification titles and codes of the documents as established by the Survey of Race Relations
I. Americanization: Am a) Second generation (2nd Gen) b) Family problems (F. P.) c) Accommodation (Accom.) d) Vocational problems (Voc.) e) Education (Ed.) f) Naturalization (Nat.)
II. Communities: Com. a) Organization of (Org.) b) Activities c) Standards of living (S. L.)
III. Competition and Land: Comp. a) Agriculture (Agric.) b) Land ownership (Land Own.) c) Labor d) Cropping contract (C. C.) e) Business (Bus.) f) Employment contract (Employ. C.)
IV. Good-Will: G. W. a) Religious activities (Relig.) b) Friendship
V. Heritages: Her. a) Oriental/Asiatic (O.) b) Chinese (C.) c) Japanese (J.) d) East Indian (E. I.) e) Filipino (F.) f) Mexican (M.) g) Korean (K.) h) Hindu (H.) i) Tongs
VI. Intermarriage: Int. a) Eurasian child
VII. Investigations: Inv. a) Statistics (Stat.) b) Legislation (Legis.) c) Historical (Hist.)
VIII. Life Histories: L. H. a) Oriental/Asiatic (O.) b) Chinese (C.) c) Japanese (J.) d) East Indian (E. I.) e) Filipino (F.) f) Mexican (M.) g) Korean (K.) h) Hindu (H.) i) Tongs
IX. Population: Pop. a) Immigration (Im.) b) Vital statistics c) Distribution d) Movement (Mvt.)
X. Race Consciousness: R. C. a) Conflict b) Prejudice (Prej.) c) Discrimination d) Public opinion (Pub. Op.) e) Political tension (P. T.)
XI. Racial Traits: R. T. a) Oriental/Asiatic (O.) b) Chinese (C.) c) Japanese (J.) d) East Indian (E. I.) e) Filipino (F.) f) Mexican (M.) g) Korean (K.) h) Hindu (H.) i) Tongs j) American (A.)
XII. Social Disorganization: S. D. a) Vice and crime (V. C.) b) Poverty c) Disease d) Prostitution (Prost.) e) Gambling f) Delinquency
XIII. Other a) Organization (Organiz.) b) Illegal entry (Ill. Entry) c) Industry (Ind.)

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Chinese Americans
Asian Americans
Japanese Americans
Minorities -- United States
United States -- Race relations
Asians -- Canada
Mexican Americans
Minorities -- Canada
Canada -- Race relations

 

Office File 1914-1928

Scope and Contents note

Addresses, bibliographies, charts, clippings and other printed matter, conference file, correspondence, financial records, interviews, lists, memoranda, minutes of meetings, notes, outlines, programs, projects, proposals, questionnaires, remarks, reports, speeches, statements, studies, tables and statistical data, work plans, and writings relating to operations of the Survey of Race Relations, arranged alphabetically by physical form.

Access

Collection stored off site; a minimum of seven days notice is required for use. Digital copies of materials are available online through the Stanford Digital Repository; links to individual box contents can be found throughout the finding aid at the relevant box entry.
online digital
box 1, folder 1-3

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes fragments and some unidentified materials.
box 1, folder 4

Addresses by J. Merle Davis, K. J. Saunders, and Frank A. Vanderlip

box 1, folder 5

Bibliographies

box 1, folder 6

Charts, including on the percentage of increase and distribution in the total Chinese and Japanese population on the Pacific Coast and in the United States in general

 

Clippings and other printed matter

box 1, folder 7-9

General

online digital
box 2, folder 1

General

box 2, folder 2

1915-1918

box 2, folder 3

1919-1922

online digital
box 3, folder 1

1923 - 1924 February

box 3, folder 2

1924 March-July

box 3, folder 3

1924 August-November

box 3, folder 4

1925 January-March

box 3, folder 5

1925 May-September

online digital
box 4, folder 1

1925 October–December

box 4, folder 2

1926-1927

 

Conference file

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, proceedings, and related materials.
box 4, folder 3

Ninth Conference on the California-Japanese problem, San Francisco, California 1922 October 11

box 4, folder 4

Group Conference for Organization and Cooperation in Pacific Coast Oriental Survey, San Francisco, California 1923 June 13

box 4, folder 5

Group Conference for Organization and Cooperation in Pacific Coast Oriental Survey, Portland, Oregon 1923 June 16

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter from J. Merle Davis.
box 4, folder 6

Conference of the Committee on Japanese Relations, Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, San Francisco, California 1923 July 27

 

Findings Conference of the Survey of Race Relations, Stanford University, Stanford, California 1925 March 21-26

box 4, folder 7-13

General

online digital
box 5, folder 1-4

Correspondence

box 5, folder 5-8

Typescript

Scope and Contents note

Includes some holograph.
 

Proposed Pan-Pacific Conference on a Christian Program for the Pacific Area, Honolulu, Hawaii 1925 July 1-15

box 5, folder 9

General

box 5, folder 10

Correspondence

box 5, folder 11

Miscellany

 

Correspondence

Scope and Contents note

Includes related materials.
 

General

box 5, folder 12-13

General

online digital
box 6, folder 1-3

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence relating to requests for materials.
box 6, folder 4

With community leaders

box 6, folder 5

With survey leaders

 

Alphabetical

box 6, folder 6

General

box 6, folder 7

Bogardus, Emory S. 1924-1925

box 6, folder 8

Bowen, Trevor 1924-1925

box 6, folder 9

California Development Association 1924-1925

box 6, folder 10

California Farm Bureau Federation 1923

box 6, folder 11

California State Church Federation 1924

 

Davis, J. Merle

box 6, folder 12

1921-1923

online digital
box 7, folder 1-2

1924-1926

box 7, folder 3-5

Fisher, Galen M. 1922-1927

box 7, folder 6-7

Gleason, George 1922-1925

online digital
box 8, folder 1

Gulick, Sidney 1923-1924

box 8, folder 2-3

Institute of Pacific Relations 1925-1927

box 8, folder 4

Jordan, David Starr 1923-1925

box 8, folder 5

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce 1923-1924

 

MacCaughey, Vaughan

box 8, folder 6-8

1923 - 1924 April

online digital
box 9, folder 1-2

1924 May – 1925

box 9, folder 3

McClatchy, V. S. 1922-1925

box 9, folder 4

McKenzie, R. D. 1924-1925

 

Mears, Eliot G.

box 9, folder 5

1924

online digital
 

1925

box 10, folder 1

January-March

box 10, folder 2

April-June

box 10, folder 3

July-December

online digital
box 11, folder 1-2

1926-1928

box 11, folder 3

Mott, John R. 1922-1924

box 11, folder 4

Native Sons of the Golden West 1923

box 11, folder 5

Nelson, John 1923-1925

box 11, folder 6-8

Park, Robert E. 1923-1926

box 11, folder 9

Parsons, Philip A. 1924-1925

box 11, folder 10

Raushenbush, Winifred 1924-1925

box 11, folder 11

Rosecrans, W. S. 1924

box 11, folder 12

Saunders, K. J. 1924

box 11, folder 13

Treat, Katharine W. 1927

 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman

box 11, folder 14

1923-1924

online digital
box 12, folder 1

1925-1927

box 12, folder 2

Wilkie, Charles D. 1924-1925

box 12, folder 3

Zimmerman, J. F. 1923-1924

box 12, folder 4

Chronological 1924-1927

 

Topical

box 12, folder 5

East-Indians – U.S. 1923-1924

box 12, folder 6

Fishing – Pacific Coast (U.S.) 1927

box 12, folder 7

Japanese-Americans – Education – U.S. 1924

box 12, folder 8

Land tenure – Pacific Coast (U.S) 1925-1927

box 12, folder 9

Manufacturing – Pacific Coast (U.S.) 1927

box 12, folder 10

Miners – Pacific Coast (U.S.) 1927

box 12, folder 11

Minorities – Employment – Pacific Coast (U.S.) 1927

box 12, folder 12

Pacific Coast (U.S.) – Commerce 1924-1927

box 12, folder 13

Professions – Pacific Coast (U.S.) 1927

online digital
box 13, folder 1-2

British Columbia (Canada) 1923-1924

 

California, Northern

box 13, folder 3-4

General 1923-1924

 

Cities

box 13, folder 5

Berkeley 1924

box 13, folder 6

Fresno 1924

box 13, folder 7

Livingston 1924

box 13, folder 8

Oakland 1924

box 13, folder 9

Palo Alto 1923-1924

box 13, folder 10

San Francisco 1924

box 13, folder 11

San Jose 1924

box 13, folder 12

Saratoga 1924

box 13, folder 13

Stockton 1924

 

California, Southern

box 13, folder 14

General 1923-1924

 

Cities

box 13, folder 15

Los Angeles 1924-1925

box 13, folder 16

Pasadena 1924

online digital
box 14, folder 1

San Diego 1924

 

Counties

box 14, folder 2

Imperial 1924

box 14, folder 3

Orange 1924

box 14, folder 4

Riverside 1924

box 14, folder 5

San Bernadino 1924-1925

box 14, folder 6

Santa Barbara 1924

box 14, folder 7

Ventura 1924

box 14, folder 8-9

Oregon 1923-1924

box 14, folder 10-11

Washington 1923-1924

box 14, folder 12

Miscellany 1924-1928

online digital
box 15, folder 1-13

Financial records

 

Interviews

 

General

box 15, folder 14

General

box 15, folder 15

Correspondence

 

Regional

box 15, folder 16

British Columbia

box 15, folder 17

California

 

Lists

box 15, folder 18-19

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes lists of major and minor documents.
box 15, folder 20

Personnel and topical

box 15, folder 21

Regional

 

Memoranda

box 15, folder 22

General

box 15, folder 23

Los Angeles (Calif.)

online digital
 

Minutes of meetings

box 16, folder 1-2

General

box 16, folder 3

British Columbia (Canada)

box 16, folder 4-6

California, Northern

 

California, Southern

box 16, folder 7-8

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes meetings of the missionaries from the Philippines, Korea, and China living in Southern California.
box 16, folder 9

Cities, Los Angeles (Calif.)

 

Counties

box 16, folder 10

Orange

box 16, folder 11

San Diego

box 16, folder 12

Santa Barbara

box 16, folder 13

Ventura

box 16, folder 14

Pacific Coast

box 16, folder 15

Pacific Coast and Hawaii

box 16, folder 16-17

Washington

 

Notes

box 16, folder 18

Undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes notes from a lecture by David Starr Jordan.
box 16, folder 19

1923

Scope and Contents note

Including of John R. Mott's talk at the Spokane Association, Spokane, Washington.
box 16, folder 20

Programs

 

Projects

box 16, folder 21-22

General

box 16, folder 23

California, Northern

box 16, folder 24

California, Southern

box 16, folder 25

Pacific Coast

box 16, folder 26

Washington

box 16, folder 27

Proposals

Scope and Contents note

Including by Robert E. Park.
online digital
 

Questionnaires

Scope and Contents note

Includes related materials.
box 17, folder 1

General

box 17, folder 2

Chinese – Pacific Coast (U.S.) and Canada

box 17, folder 3

Hindus – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 17, folder 4

Japanese – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 17, folder 5

Orientals – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 17, folder 6

Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 17, folder 7-8

San Jose (Calif.)

box 17, folder 9

Agriculture – United States

box 17, folder 10

Intermarriage – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 17, folder 11

Labor – United States

box 17, folder 12

Replies

box 17, folder 13

Miscellany

box 17, folder 14

Remarks

Scope and Contents note

Including by Robert E. Park, Regional Council, Vancouver, Canada, 1923 September 14 and by Albert H. Eliot on real property – California – foreign ownership.
 

Reports

box 17, folder 15-17

General

Scope and Contents note

Includes report on deportations to Toledo, Oregon.
box 17, folder 18-20

British Columbia and Canada

box 17, folder 21

California

 

California, Northern

box 17, folder 22

Fresno

box 17, folder 23

Sacramento and Turlock

box 17, folder 24

San Jose

online digital
box 18, folder 1

Butte county

box 18, folder 2

Sonoma county

 

California, Southern

box 18, folder 3

General

box 18, folder 4

Los Angeles

box 18, folder 5

Imperial county

box 18, folder 6

Orange county

box 18, folder 7

Riverside county

box 18, folder 8

San Bernadino county

box 18, folder 9

San Diego county

box 18, folder 10

Ventura county

box 18, folder 11

Hawaii

box 18, folder 12

Northwest, Pacific (Pacific Northwest)

box 18, folder 13

Oregon

box 18, folder 14

Pacific Coast

box 18, folder 15

Washington

box 18, folder 16

Speeches

box 18, folder 17

Statements

Scope and Contents note

Including by V. S. McClatchy and John R. Mott.
box 18, folder 18-20

Studies

 

Subject file

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and other related materials.
box 18, folder 21-22

Agriculture – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

online digital
box 19, folder 1-3

Agriculture – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 19, folder 4-6

Chinese – Pacific Coast (U.S.) and Canada

box 19, folder 7

Dairy workers – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 19, folder 8

Filipinos – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 19, folder 9

Fowler, Ruth

box 19, folder 10-13

Japanese – Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 19, folder 14

Koreans - Pacific Coast (U.S.)

online digital
box 20, folder 1-2

Labor – United States

box 20, folder 3-5

Mexicans - Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 20, folder 6-7

Orientals - Pacific Coast (U.S.)

box 20, folder 8-15

Pacific Coast (U.S.) – Emigration and immigration

box 20, folder 16

Segregated housing – United States

box 20, folder 17

Segregation – United States

online digital
box 21, folder 1

Segregation – United States

box 21, folder 2

Tables and statistical data

Scope and Contents note

Includes some correspondence.
box 21, folder 3-4

Work plans

 

Writings

 

General

box 21, folder 5

Unidentified

Scope and Contents note

Includes fragments.
box 21, folder 6-7

A-Y

online digital
box 22, folder 1

Gleason, George, "A North-American Race Relations Survey"; "The Pacific Coast Race Survey or a Pacific Coast Contribution to Race Relations," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

McClatchy, V. S.

box 22, folder 2

"The Germany of Asia," Sacramento Bee undated

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 22, folder 3

Japan's "Peaceful Penetration," Sacramento Bee 1919

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 22, folder 4

"California's Threatened Hegira of Japanese," Overland Monthly 1924

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 22, folder 5

"Los Japoneses en California," Overland Monthly 1924 March

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
 

Mears, Eliot G.

box 22, folder 6

"How Orientals Earn a Living," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 22, folder 7

"Modern Turkey," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 22, folder 8

"Oriental Workers in America," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 22, folder 9

"Will a Low Standard of Living Result in More Production and Force Out Those With a Higher Standard of Living?," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 22, folder 10

"Aids to Teaching International Trade," Educational Review 1924 October

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 22, folder 11

"California's Attitude Towards the Oriental," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 1925

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
box 22, folder 12

"The Survey of Race Relations," Stanford Illustrated Review 1925

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
box 22, folder 13

"The Younger Generation," Japanese American News 1926

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
 

Resident Orientals on the American Pacific Coast: Their Legal and Economic Status 1928

box 22, folder 14-18

Typescript

Scope and Contents note

Includes general introduction, outline, and drafts.
online digital
box 23, folder 1-10

Typescript

box 23, folder 11

Revisions 1927 June

 

Park, Robert E.

box 23, folder 12

"Naturalization," undated

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and related materials
box 23, folder 13

"A Race Relations Survey: Suggestions for a Study of Oriental Population of the Pacific Coast," Journal of Applied Sociology 1924 March-April

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 23, folder 14

Miscellany

box 23, folder 15

Photographs undated

Scope and Contents note

Two photographs of an unidentified exhibit on Japan.

Access

Collection stored off site; a minimum of two days notice is required for use. Boxes may be requested through Stanford's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu.  Digital copies of materials are available online through the Stanford Digital Repository; links to individual box contents can be found throughout the finding aid at the relevant box entry.
 

Major Documents 1905-1926

Scope and Contents note

Biographical sketches of participants, case studies, conversation transcripts, extracts from newspaper articles, correspondence, dissertations, essays, interviews, notes, papers, questionnaires, and statements, arranged numerically by document number.

Access

Collection stored off site; a minimum of two days notice is required for use. Boxes may be requested through Stanford's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu.  Digital copies of materials are available online through the Stanford Digital Repository; links to individual box contents can be found throughout the finding aid at the relevant box entry.
online digital
box 24, folder 1

1. Interview with Lew Shong Kow, ex-President of the Chinese Reform Association 1924 January 30

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 2

2. Conversation with waiter, International Chop Suey 1924 February 9

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 3

3. Interview: Lambert Sung, interpreter 1924 February 4

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 4

4. Interview with Reverend D. A. Smith, Superintendent of Presbyterian missions 1924 February 4

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 5

5. Interview with Dr. Y. P. Lew, Dentist and President of the Chinese Benevolent Association; interpreter, Seto More, agent of the Canadian Pacific Bureau, Ocean Travel 1924 February 4

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 6

6. Interview with Lum Hing, translator for the Chinese Times 1924 February 12

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 7

7. Interview with Moore Whaun, advertising manager of the Canada Morning News 1924 February 13

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 8

8. Conversation at dinner, Herbert Wang, assistant to Chinese consul 1924 February 16

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 9

9. Interview, Herbert Wang 1924 February 22

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 10

10. Interview, Ko Wing Kan, interpreter and Ginseng merchant 1924 February 26

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 11

11. Interview with Yip Quong, the first white woman in Vancouver married to a Chinese man 1924 February 26

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 12

12. Life history, Herbert Wang, assistant to Chinese consul, Vancouver, British Columbia 1924 February 28

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 13

13. Visit, home of Ko Wing Kan 1924 February 20

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 14

14. Interview with Miss Coleman, who teaches class of Chinese boys at the Strathcona School 1924 March

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 15

15. Luncheon, Herbert Wang, Dr. Park, Miss Raushenbush 1924 March 6

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 16

16. Testimonial meeting on the Oriental, I.W.W. Hall, Cordova Street 1924 March 4

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 17

17. Call, T. M. Whaun 1924 March 5

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 18

18. Dinner, Dr. Lew, Seto More, Dr. Park, Miss Raushenbush 1924 March 6

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 19

19. Interview, Louie Houie 1924 March

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 20

20. Visit, the Lam family 1924 March

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 21

21. Visit, Miss Hellaby, Anglican missionary 1924 March 10

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 22

22. The Main Street of Chinatown via Mrs. Quong 1924 March 12

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 23

23. Luncheon, Miss Hosang 1924 March 19

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 24

24. Interview, Herbert Wang 1924 March 25

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 25

25. Visit, the old men's home 1924 April 1

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 26

26. Dinner, Louie Houie, President of the Merchants' Association 1924 April 2

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 27

27. Interview with J. A. Russel, barrister, criminal lawyer for the Chinese 1924 April 30

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 28

28. Audience, Thomas Moore Whaun 1924 May 7

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 29

29. Interview with Gershon Lew, the hottest bolshevik in Vancouver 1924 May

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 30

30. A Chinese minister in revolt

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 31

31. Tea with Harry Hastings, the half-breed Chinese intellectual of Victoria 1924 May 26 and 30

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 32

32. Interview with Harry Hastings regarding the school strike and other matters 1924 May 26 and 30

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 33

33. Interview with Joe Hope, President of the Chinese Canadian Club, Victoria 1924 May 26

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 34

34. Interview with Cecil Lee, a native son who is married to a Hakkla 1924 May 26-June 1

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 35

35. Description of Cumberland, supposed to be the only place in the United States or Canada where Chinese and Japanese are mining underground 1924 June 3 and 4

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 36

36. Interview with Sanji Miyamoto, Hawaiian-born Japanese boy's American adventure 1924 April 17

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 37

37. Interview with Koreaki Kimura, a son of a successful Japanese business man, Seattle 1924 April 22

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 38

38. Interview with Hideo Robert Tashima, a son of the first Japanese mother in America, Seattle 1924 April 17

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 39

39. Interview with Takanaga Hirai, a Hawaiian Japanese immigrant, Seattle 1924 March 21

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 40

40. Interview with Masao Nishio, a Japanese school boy 1924 April 22

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 41

41. Interview with Tatsuji Suga, a visiting student, Seattle 1924 April 22

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 42

42. Murder case – British Columbia

Scope and Contents note

(17 pages; British Columbia)
box 24, folder 43

43. Interview with Mrs. K. Nakashima, a picture bride 1924 April 15

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 44

44. Interview with Chiye Shigemura, a representative of the second generation 1924 April 18

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 45

45. Interview with Mrs. Toyo Shinowara, a teacher in a Japanese language school 1924 June 4

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages, Washington)
box 24, folder 46

46. Interview with Mrs. Suie Murakami, a Japanese physician's wife, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter 1924 June 4

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Washington)
box 24, folder 47

47. Life history of a Puerto Rican

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Southern California)
box 24, folder 48

48. Paper by a Japanese student in reply to a questionnaire on race relations

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Northern California)
box 24, folder 49

49. Resolutions unanimously adopted by the Fifth Annual Convention of the American Legion, San Francisco, California 1923 October 15-19

Scope and Contents note

(26 pages; Northern California)
box 24, folder 50

50. The Orientals in the Alaska salmon industry: First hand observations of Max Stern, Daily News

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Northern California)
online digital
box 25, folder 1

51. "The Land of Opportunity: Exterior View (or, from Migrant to Minister," by Jose P. Ruiz

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 2

52. Tongs

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 3

53. "My Oriental Husbands," by Emma Fong Kuno

Scope and Contents note

(31 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 4

54. "Story of a Chinese College Girl," by Mrs. R. E. Park?

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 5

55. "Miss Higgins of the Presbyterian Mission Speaks," by Mrs. R. E. Park?

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 6

56. Story of a Chinese girl student

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Northern California)
box 25, folder 7

57. Diary of a schoolteacher, Imperial Valley 1924 April 6

Scope and Contents note

(28 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 8

58. Life history of Sakoe Tsuboi, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 9

59. Chapter IV: "California as a Nation-State and Civilization Frontier from International Contact at the Frontier," by Kiyo Sue Inui

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 10

60. "The Life History as a Social Document," by Hideo Oyama, University of Southern California 1924 June 5

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 11

61. Letter to Dr. Daugherty concerning Quon Gay, and document written by Quon Gay 1924 June 9

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 12

62. "Case Brief on Anglo-Japanese Marriage: A Brief Relation of the Inter-Racial Married Life of Elizabeth Coote and Toyotomi Ujimasa," by L. G. Schroeder 1924 June 18

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 13

63. The United States of America (Plaintiff) versus Sakharam Ganesh Pandit (Defendant)

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 14

64. "Anti-Japanese Agitation in Hollywood," by William C. Smith, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(37 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 15

65. "A Study of the Japanese Language Schools in California," by Ken Ishikawa, translation

Scope and Contents note

(37 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 16

66. "The Life History as a Social Document," by Isaak G. Granadosin, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 17

67. "Assyrian Situation in Turlock, California," by William C. Smith, University of Southern California 1924 July 1

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 18

68. "Preliminary Statement of Racial Relations Between Chinese Students in an American University," by H. J. McMath, special student in sociology, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 19

69. "The Life History as a Social Document," by Chotoku Toyama 1924 May 27

Scope and Contents note

(18 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 20

70. "Japanese in the City of Los Angeles," abridged from a master's thesis by Gretchen Tuthill 1924 June

Scope and Contents note

(42 pages; Southern California)
box 25, folder 21

71. "Interview with Reverend John M. Yamazaki," Pastor of the Japanese Episcopal Mission, Los Angeles, by Chloe Holt 1924 July 13

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 22

72. Interview with W. S. Fawcett, El Centro, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and labor; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 23

73. "Interview with Mrs. C. S. Machida," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Chinese and Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 24

74. "The Second Generation," interview with Reverend K. S. Itow, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 12

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Goodwill: Religious activities, Social disorganization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 25

75. "The Second Generation," interview with K. Yokosawa, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 19

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization: Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 26

76. "Interview with Lillie Leung," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 12

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization: Vocational problems, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 27

77. "Interview with Susie Yamamoto," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 9

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness, Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 28

78. "Interview with Seiichi Nobe," by William C. Smith 1924 August 11

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization, Goodwill: Religious activities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 29

79. "Interview with G-- S--," American-born Japanese, by William C. Smith 1924 August 19

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization: Family problems, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 30

80. "Interview with Chiyo," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 14

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems and family problems, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 31

81. "Interview with Mary Nobe," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness, Social disorganization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 32

82. "The Japanese Valedictorian of Franklin High School," Seattle, Washington, by Ruth H. Greiner

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization: Education; Japanese; Seattle)
box 25, folder 33

83. Life history – Rose, slave girl

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Social disorganization, Slave girl, Population: Immigration; Chinese; Northern California)
box 25, folder 34

84. "Interview with Dr. E. E. Chandler," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 23

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Racial traits, Race consciousness, Investigations; Hindu, Japanese, and Mexican; Southern California)
box 25, folder 35

85. "My Life History," by Francisco Carino, Los Angeles, California 1924 August

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Heritages, Racial traits; Filipino; Southern California)
box 25, folder 36

86. "Life History as a Social Document: Takeuchi," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 14

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Racial traits, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 37

87. "Quotations from a Letter from a Japanese Girl," by Gretchen Tuthill

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization: Family problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 38

88. Press notices from Long Beach Press regarding permission granted for church: Long Beach property owners warned 1923 May 9

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Race consciousness, Communities, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 39

89. "An Investigation of Two Specific Instances of Racial Conflict in Long Beach, California, in Connection with the Survey of Race Relations," by Frances Lucas and Gretchen Tuthill, University of Southern California 1924 June

Scope and Contents note

(18 pages; Race consciousness, Communities, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 25, folder 40

90. Interview with Yasuhei Takeawa 1924 July 7

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Goodwill, Racial traits, Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese; Seattle)
online digital
box 26, folder 1

91. Copy of letter from T. Sowa to Ruth H. Greiner 1924 July 26

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation, Racial traits, Racial consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 2

92. "A Comparative Study of the Japanese Question in California," interview with Japanese laborer, S. Antomy, Santa Paula, California, by Loreita Balcom 1923 December 29

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Labor, Heritages; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 3

93. "Interview with L. C. Lee, El Centro, California," by William C. Smith 1924 June

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and Labor; Japanese, Hindu, Filipino, and Mexican; Southern California)
box 26, folder 4

94. "Interview with Adjutant Masasuke Kobayashi," Head of Japanese Branch of Salvation Army, by William C. Smith 1924 September 12

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill: Religious activities, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 5

95. Opinion on Orientals (anti), letter from Eva Martin, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 6

96. Interview with H. H. Clark, manager of Colorado River Land Company, Mexicali, Mexico

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and labor; Chinese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 7

97. "Interview with Shigeichi Okami," East San Pedro, California, by William C. Smith 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 8

98. "Interview with Frank Ishi," by William C. Smith 1924 September 19

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Family problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 9

99. "Interview with Y. Nakasugi," East San Pedro, by William C. Smith 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 10

100. "Interview with Kazuo Kawai," Los Angeles, by William C. Smith 1924 August 7

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Americanization: Vocational problems and education, Goodwill: Religious activities, Heritages; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 11

101. "Conversation with a Los Angeles Japanese Minister" (name preferred withheld), by Chloe Holt, Los Angeles 1924 July

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization: Vocational problems and education, Race consciousness, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 12

102. "Interview with Mrs. Machida," Los Angeles, California, by Chloe Holt 1924 July 2

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Intermarriage, Americanization, Racial traits; Chinese and Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 13

103. "How the Japanese Won a Foothold," Farm and Tractor Magazine, Los Angeles Times 1924 August 17

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 14

104. Visit with a white woman married to a Japanese (name withheld by request), Los Angeles, California, by Chloe Holt 1924 August 14

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 15

105. Suggested topics for Japanese Students Christian Association, and letter to William C. Smith from Kazuo Kawai 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization, Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 16

106. Interview with Lee H.--- 1924 September 29

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 17

107. An American-born Japanese in America, J. Sato

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 18

108. A wedding in Chinese and in American

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Heritages, Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 19

109. "The Confession of a Japanese Servant," extracts from Independent, New York 1905 September 21

Scope and Contents note

(18 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Racial traits, Other: Industry; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 20

110. Interview with N. Hiroshi, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems and second generation, Population: Movement; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 21

111. "Names of People Seen in Connection with Pico Heights, Los Angeles, Conflict," by Chloe Holt 1924 July

Scope and Contents note

(44 pages; Competition and land, Race consciousness, Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 22

112. Report, Oriental and agriculture, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, California

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 23

113. "I Am Only a Foreigner – So This Is America," letter by a Filipino boy to an Americanization teacher, Los Angeles, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Race consciousness; Filipino; Southern California)
box 26, folder 24

114. Report, Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, regarding Japanese situation 1924 March 5

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Investigations; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 25

115. Resolutions passed at Annual Convention of Japanese Association of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 26

116. Mrs. Manspeaker's Americanization class 1924 May 20

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 27

117. "Personal Experiences with the Japanese Children," by Marjorie McComber 1924 May 22

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 28

118. "A Japanese Agricultural Community near Fullerton, California," paper by Marjorie McComber 1924 May 26

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 29

119. "American Board Mission," letter to missionary ladies of Penchou Shansi, China, by Gordon Riegler

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories; Chinese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 30

120. Interview with Americanization teacher, Los Angeles County

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 31

121. "Interview with Dr. Keitoku Watanabe," a Japanese dentist, Los Angeles, California, by Chloe Holt 1924 August 22

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization, Competition and land: Agriculture, Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 32

121. "A Short Sketch of My Life," by Theodore Fieldbrave

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Goodwill: Religious activities; Heritages, Hindu; Northern California)
box 26, folder 33

123. Letter from the chairman, National Oriental Committee of the American Legion [Thomas N. Swale?], to Robert L. Owen regarding Takao Ozawa's suit for naturalization 1923 August 14

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Race consciousness, Investigations; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 34

124. Letter from Sei Fujii, President of Japanese Association of Los Angeles, to J. Kasai, Secretary of Japanese Association regarding anti-sentiment letter to sheriff from Japanese consul 1923 March 6

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness: Prejudice and conflict; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 35

125. Notes by McClatchy secured from L. B. Landsborough, Sacramento County, manager of A. B. Humphrey's orchard and vineyard 1924 January 4

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and labor; Northern California)
box 26, folder 36

126. Warning against survey of race relations issued by Chamber of Commerce, Portland 1923 November 17

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness: Public opinion, Other: Organization; Oregon)
box 26, folder 37

127. "Interview with Mrs. Teresasa," matron and interpreter for Oriental women, Angel Island, California, by Mrs. R. E. Park

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 38

128. Letter to R. Mason from Dorothy Gee, a young Chinese girl, after her return to China 1923 June 23

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness, Racial traits; Chinese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 39

129. An interview with Donaldina Cameron, letter to Miss Cameron from Office of the Commissioner, Angel Island

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Social disorganization: Vice and crime, Goodwill: Religious activities; Chinese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 40

130. Reminiscences of Mrs. Fremont's older Japanese servants

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits, Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 41

131. Letter from a Burmese theological student to a missionary from The Christian Century 1924 September 18

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness, Goodwill: Religious activities; Hindu; Northern California)
box 26, folder 42

132. Interview on Asiatic labor with Neumann, manager of Lyndon Hotel, Los Gatos, California 1924 April 5

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness; Filipino and Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 43

133. Interview with Tom Lee, cook for Dr. N. C. Peterson, Stockton, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Chinese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 44

134. Visit, George Shima, "Potato King" of California, by Mrs. Park 1924 July 14

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 45

135. "Impressions," by Mineko K. Inui

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 46

136. Statement on Orientals and agriculture by Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 47

137. Experiences of man, Fresno, California, regarding Japanese

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 26, folder 48

138. Interviews with Hughes, night watchman, regarding Stevens Lake situation 1924 June 11

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land, Other: Industry; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 49

139. Interview with native son of Oregon regarding Stevens Lake situation

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land, Race consciousness; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 50

140. Interviews with field officer regarding Stevens Lake situation

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land, Other: Industry; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 51

141. Interviews with an electrician regarding Stevens Lake situation

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land, Other: Industry, Race consciousness; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 52

142. Interview with logger regarding Stevens Lake situation

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land, Other: Industry, Race consciousness; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 53

143. Interviews with J. B. Fitzgerald, regarding Stevens Lake strike, letter to Robert E. Park 1924 May 3

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land, Other: Industry, Race consciousness; Japanese; Oregon)
box 26, folder 54

144. The Okajima girls

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 26, folder 55

145. Life history of Kanaye Magasawa, Santa Rosa, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Agriculture, Goodwill, Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese; Northern California)
online digital
box 27, folder 1

146. Story of Wong Ah So 1924 August 1

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Social disorganization, Slave girls, Heritages; Chinese; Northern California)
box 27, folder 2

147. "Slave Girls," press reports

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization, Slave girls; Chinese; Northern California)
box 27, folder 3

148. Life of Ah Seen, tubercular case

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Disease, Other: Industry; Chinese; Northern California)
box 27, folder 4

149. Miscellaneous accounts, factory conditions

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land, Other: Industry; Chinese; Northern California)
box 27, folder 5

150. The history and problem of Angel Island, California 1924 March

Scope and Contents note

(15 pages; Population: Immigration, Investigations: Historical; Northern California)
box 27, folder 6

151. Biography of a boy, Seattle High School

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 7

152. "The Life Story of Mohan Singh," by Miss Secord

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories; Hindu; Seattle)
box 27, folder 8

153. Letter to Miss Greiner from Atsushi Miyanaga, Japanese student 1924 May 2

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 9

154. Interview with Mrs. Peter Mayberg

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Communities, Social disorganization: Vice and crime, Tongs; Seattle)
box 27, folder 10

155. Interview with Hatsumi Sakaguchi

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 11

156. Interview with T. Torikai 1924 July 8

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 12

157. Interview with Masao Murakami, Reverend Morton, interpreter

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 13

158. Interview with Mrs. Masa Higashida 1924 June 24

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 14

159. Interview with Ruby Hirose

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Agriculture, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 15

160. Interview with Commissioner Weedin, immigration station, Seattle 1924 April 23

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Population, Other: Illegal entry; Japanese and Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 16

161. Interview with C. F. Greiner concerning Mark Ten Suie

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage, Competition and Land: Business; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 17

162. Extract, letter from assistant ethnologist, Honolulu, regarding marriage of Korean to white girl 1924 June 7

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Korean; Seattle)
box 27, folder 18

163. Life history of Tadao Kimura, valedictorian, Seattle High School 1924 July 31

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization: Second generation and accommodation, Goodwill; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 19

164. "Seattle's Japanese George Washington," by Ruth H. Greiner

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 20

165. "My Contacts with Orientals," by K. Lentz, teacher, Franklin High School

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization: Education; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 21

166. "My Experience with Oriental People," by Miss Delano, art teacher, Franklin High School

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor, Americanization; Chinese and Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 22

167. Copy of a letter sent to Dr. Suzzello, President, University of Washington, regarding exclusion of Japanese

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness: Public opinion; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 23

168. "Interview with A. V. Williams as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 June 26

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization: Gambling, Tongs, Americanization: Accommodation, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 24

169. "Interview of Atwood A. Kirby as Social Document," by D. H. Johnson 1924 August 18

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Social disorganization: Crime, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 25

170. "Interview of Chas. F. Riddell as Social Document," by D. H. Johnson

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Social disorganization: Crime, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 26

171. "Life History of Long C. Dong as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 28

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Tongs, Race consciousness, Investigations: Legislation; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 27

172. "Life History of Bong Chin as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 7

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 28

173. "Intermarriage: A Case Study," by K. Lentz

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 29

174. Interview with Mrs. S. Sasabe 1924 May 28

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Intermarriage, Race traits, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 30

175. Interview with Mrs. Mitsue Miyagawa, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter 1924 June 11

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Business, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 31

176. Interview with Mrs. Nao Tashiro 1924 May 28

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill, Disillusion, Americanization, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 32

177. An interracial romance

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 33

178. "Life History of Andrew Kan as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 22

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Business, Goodwill: Religious activities, Tong, Americanization: Family problems, Population: Immigration, Social Disorganization; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 34

179. "Life History of Kee Low," interviewed by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 4

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Race consciousness, Intermarriage, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 35

180. Interview with Mrs. Findley, storekeeper at Eastland, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 36

181. "Life History of Lum Ming Tak as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Goodwill: Religious activities, Tongs, Social disorganization: Gambling, Americanization: Family problems, Intermarriage; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 37

182. "Life History of J. S. Look as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Race consciousness, Investigations: Legislation; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 38

183. "Life History of Woo Gen," interviewed by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 29

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Goodwill, Race war, Competition and land: Business, Americanization: Second generation, Communities; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 39

184. "Life History of Ying Foy as Social Document,' by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 11

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Second generation, Tongs, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 40

185. "Interview of George T. Meyers as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 27

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Americanization: Family problems, Marriage?; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 41

186. "Life History of Chin Yen as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 24

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Americanization, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 42

187. "Life History of Chin Cheung as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 21

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation, Intermarriage, Competition and land: Business, Tongs, Investigations: Legislation, Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 43

188. Interview with a young Chinese boy, graduate of Oregon Agricultural College, by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 9

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities, Tongs, Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 44

189. "Life history of Charlie Lui as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 21

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Lotteries, Tongs, Population: Immigration; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 45

190. "Interview with Mr. Faris," Deputy Commissioner of Immigration, Seattle, by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 6

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Population: Immigration; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 46

191. "Life History as Social Document of Law Yow," Seattle, Washington, by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 12

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Labor, Tongs, Americanization: Family problems, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 47

192. "Interview with Fred H. Lysons, Attorney," by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 29

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Racial traits, Morality, Intermarriage, Courtship, Competition and land: Labor, Population: Immigration, Tongs, Superstition; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 48

193. "Life History of Albert King as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 31

Scope and Contents note

(17 pages; Life histories, Tongs, Population: Immigration, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 49

194. "Life History of Lew Kay as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 29

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 50

195. "Life History of Fred Wong as Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 29

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization: Vocational problems; Chinese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 51

196. Interview with Mrs. M. Furuya 1924 July 3

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Goodwill: Religious activities; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 52

197. Life story of Mrs. T. Sugihara

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Racial traits, Americanization: Accommodation, Family problems, and Second generation; Japanese; Seattle)
box 27, folder 53

198. "The Orientals in the Lumber Industry in the State of Washington," by Ronald Olson

Scope and Contents note

(23 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Race consciousness; Oriental/ Asiatic; Seattle)
box 27, folder 54

199. "Interview with Mr. Mitchell, Druggist, Lake Stevens," by Ronald Olson, regarding Lake Stevens strike, and also interviews with others about it, including with Rucker Bros. Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Race consciousness; Oriental/Asiatic; Seattle)
box 27, folder 55

200. General information regarding Ernest Dolge, Incorporated (lumber), by R. L. Olson 1924 June 26

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land, Other: Industry, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
online digital
box 28, folder 1

201. General information regarding Grays Harbor Commercial Company (lumber), Cosmopolis, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 24-26

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Communities, Race consciousness; Filipino, Japanese, and Hindu; Seattle)
box 28, folder 2

202. General information regarding St. Paul and Tacoma Lumber Company, Tacoma, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 June 25-26 and August 14-15

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 3

203. General information regarding Crown Lumber Company, Mukiltes, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 August 12-13

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Social disorganization, Communities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 4

204. General information regarding Eatonville Lumber Company, Eatonville, Washington, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(23 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Social disorganization, Communities, Race consciousness)
box 28, folder 5

205. General information regarding Pacific National Lumber Company, National, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 16

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Social disorganization, Communities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 6

206. General information regarding Doty Lumber 8 Shingle Company, Doty, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 18

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Competition and land, Americanization: Accommodation, Communities: Standards of living, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 7

207. General information regarding Carlisle Pennell Lumber Company, Onalaska, Washington, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(18 pages; Competition and land, Americanization: Accommodation, Communities: Standards of living; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 8

208. General information regarding Walville Lumber Company, Walville, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 20-21

Scope and Contents note

(22 pages; Competition and land, Life histories, Communities, Race consciousness; Oriental/Asiatic; Seattle)
box 28, folder 9

209. General information regarding Bay City Mill Company, Aberdeen, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 28

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Intermarriage, Life histories; Oriental/Asiatic; Seattle)
box 28, folder 10

210. General information regarding N 8 M Lumber Company, Rochester, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 22

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Race consciousness, Intermarriage, Life histories; Japanese, Hindu, and Filipino; Seattle)
box 28, folder 11

211. "Interview with D. S. Gutabatayao," employed by N 8 M Lumber Company, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Filipino; Seattle)
box 28, folder 12

212. "Interview with K. Mori, Japanese Section Foreman," N 8 M Lumber Company, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 13

213. "Interview with Thomas Masuda," employed by N 8 M Lumber Company, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 14

214. "Interview with F. K. Kadomiya, Japanese Cook in the White Boarding House," employed by N 8 M Lumber Company, by R. L. Olson

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 15

215. General information regarding Fir Tree Lumber Company, Fir Tree, Washington, by R. L. Olson 1924 July 24

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Racial traits, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 16

216. Interview with George Murakami, Japanese foreman, Fir Tree Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 17

217. "Last Tong War as Told by A. V. Williams: Social Document – Incident," by C. H. Burnett

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 18

218. Interview with Henry A. Monroe, attorney 1924 August 22

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Population: Immigration, Social disorganization, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 19

219. Second interview with Henry A. Monroe, attorney 1924 August 26

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Social disorganization: Gambling, Tongs, Population: Immigration,; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 20

220. Interview with Mrs. Yamoka 1924 August 18

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation; Hindu; Seattle)
box 28, folder 21

221. The Rise of Fong Foo Sec, by James A. Blaisdell

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Chinese; Southern California). Includes typescript copy
box 28, folder 22

222. "Progeny of Jap-White Union Amaze," extract from San Francisco Examiner 1922 November 11

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 23

223. "Chinese, White Wife Separate," extract from Call, San Francisco 1921 December 21

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Chinese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 24

224. "Doesn't Want Flappers," extract from Examiner, San Francisco 1923 March 20

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 25

225. Interview with Flora Belle Jan, daughter of proprietor, Yet Far Low Chop Suey restaurant, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation; Chinese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 26

226. A student in Fresno State College, member of Baptist Mission dormitory and Chinese club, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill, Race consciousness, Americanization: Accommodation; Chinese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 27

227. Statement by Reverend J. K. Fukushima, pastor, Japanese Congregational Church, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Goodwill: Religious activities, Americanization, Exclusion; Japanese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 28

228. Chinatown Police Squad, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture,Social disorganization: Gambling, Woman labor; Chinese and Japanese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 29

229. Translation from Japanese New World and Japanese-American News 1922

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 30

230. A Tong situation in Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 31

231. "Anti-Japanese Society Holds Meeting at Clubrooms," Hollywood News 1924 January 15

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 32

232. "Life History of R. Chand (Hindu) of Imperial Valley," by William C. Smith 1924 June 1

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Hindu; Southern California)
box 28, folder 33

233. Life history of a Chinese student

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 34

234. "Life History of Sophie Yamanaka," El Centro, California, by William C. Smith 1924 June 1

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 35

235. "Interview with Mrs. H.," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Intermarriage, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 36

236. "Adjutant M. Kobayashi on the Second Generation," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Intermarriage, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 37

237. "Interview with Inder Singh (Hindu)," El Centro, California, by William C. Smith 1924 May 31

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage, Race consciousness; Hindu; Southern California)
box 28, folder 38

238. Case study of a Buddhist temple in Pasadena

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Goodwill: Religious activities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 39

239. Interview with Esther Wong, native-born Chinese, San Francisco, California 1924 July 1

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization: Second generation, Race consciousness: Conflicts, Social customs; Chinese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 40

240. Letters from Japanese student to Mrs. E. Snell

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Americanization: Second generation and Vocational problems; Japanese; Northern California)
box 28, folder 41

241. Interview with Mrs. Tame Narita, Mrs. Tashiro interpreter 1924 June 11

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 42

242. "Interview of Pany Lowe, Social Document," by C. H. Burnett 1924 July 5

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Business, Population: Immigration, Race consciousness, Intermarriage; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 43

243. "Interview with Andrew Wu," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 44

244. "Interview with Mar Sui Haw," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 26

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Chinese; Seattle)
box 28, folder 45

245. Excerpts, report of Fieldbrave, a worker among East Indians on the Pacific Coast, prepared during the year 1924

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Americanization: Education, Investigations: Legislation; Hindu; Northern California)
box 28, folder 46

246. "Life History of Peter S. of Los Angeles," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 47

247. "Interview with F. T. Nakaya, Japanese Physician," Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1924 September 21 and 28

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 48

248. "Interview with Simioka," Associate Pastor, Japanese M. E. Church, Los Angeles, by William C. Smith 1924 August 16

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 49

249. "Life History of Hsin J. Yong," by William C. Smith 1924 November 20

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories; Chinese; Southern California)
box 28, folder 50

250. "Interview with Bob Okajaki," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
online digital
box 29, folder 1

251. "Life History of Peter," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Intermarriage, Race consciousness; Japanese and Mexican; Southern California)
box 29, folder 2

252. "Oriental Invading Reserves of American," interview with C. C., by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 3

253. "Oriental Invasion of Reserves of an American," interview with Miss D., by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 4

254. "Interview with Gherkens," by Chloe Holt 1924 November 8

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 5

255. "Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Sessions," Hollywood, by Chloe Holt 1924 October 20

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 6

256. "Interview No. 1 with Mrs. S, Hollywood," by Chloe Holt 1924 October 27

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 7

257. "Interview No. 2 with Mrs. S, Hollywood," by Chloe Holt 1924 October 27

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 8

258. "Interview with Spaulding, Hollywood," by Chloe Holt 1924 October 29

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 9

259. Los Angeles County Anti-Asiatic Association on the building of the Japanese churches

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness: Conflict; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 10

260. Correspondence relating to encroachment of Japanese in Sierra Madre 1923 September – 1924 January

Scope and Contents note

(17 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 11

261. Data on Oriental situation in British Columbia

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Government, Establishment; Oriental/Asiatic; British Columbia)
box 29, folder 12

262. A case of intermarriage, Japanese-American, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 13

263. "Interview with Mrs. K. Iseri," Los Angeles, and Mrs. Takeyama, by Catharine Holt 1925 January 3

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 14

264. Life history of Yamada, California Christian College, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 15

265. "Interview with Florence Kojima," General Secretary, Japanese Division, Y.M.C.A., Los Angeles, by Catharine Holt 1924 December 11

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 16

266. "Japanese Pupil Elected Student Body President at LeConte Junior High School," Hollywood Daily Citizen 1922 November 27

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 17

267. "Life History of S--- M--- Y---," by Ethel V. Craig

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 18

268. "Life History of H --- I---," Los Angeles, by William C. Smith 1925 January 25

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness, Life histories; Chinese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 19

269. "Interview with Taro Kanow," by William C. Smith 1924 December 29

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 20

270. Life history of J. Lim

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Korean; Southern California)
box 29, folder 21

271. "Life History and Social Document of S. C. Eng," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 28

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 29, folder 22

272. "Life History and Social Document of David Young," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 29

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage, Communities, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 29, folder 23

273. "Hindus in Los Angeles," by Willard A. Schurr

Scope and Contents note

(33 pages; Goodwill, Racial traits, Communities, Race consciousness; Hindu; Southern California)
box 29, folder 24

274. Interviews with different people regarding Japanese in Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(152 pages; Racial traits, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 29, folder 25

275. Final report, extracts, from the Office of Labor Agent, State Farm, University of California

Scope and Contents note

(42 pages; Competition and land, Population; Northern California)
online digital
box 30, folder 1

276. "My Experiences on a Ranch," by J. P. Weiser

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Competition and land; Northern California)
box 30, folder 2

277. Report, Commonwealth Club Tenancy Studies, by R. L. Adams 1922 April-June

Scope and Contents note

(33 pages; Competition and land; Northern California)
box 30, folder 3

278. The Anti-Japanese League, Seattle

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Competition and land, Communities, Investigations, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 30, folder 279

"Japanese Association in America," thesis for the degree of Master of Arts, by Hidesaburo Yokoyama, University of Chicago 1921

Scope and Contents note

(54 pages; Communities, Population, Goodwill, Investigations, Race consciousness, Racial traits; Japanese; Northern California)
box 30, folder 280

Case study of a boy of mixed parentage: Information secured from records of Juvenile Hall and Juvenile Court, Los Angeles, and also from personal contact with the boy

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Social disorganization, Life histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Southern California)
box 30, folder 281

Jennie's story

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Heritages, Racial traits; Russian; Southern California)
box 30, folder 282

Case study of race intermarriage and life history

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Social disorganization, Communities, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 283

"The Japanese in British Columbia," by John Nelson

Scope and Contents note

(34 pages; Race consciousness, Competition and land, Communities; Japanese; British Columbia)
box 30, folder 284

"Message from Japan to America," The Japan Times 1924 October 1

Scope and Contents note

(Racial traits; Japanese; Japan)
box 30, folder 285

"Life History of a Japanese," by Cornelia C. Rhodes

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 286

"Rufugio B.'s Story," by Irma Weill

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Heritages; Mexican; Southern California)
box 30, folder 287

"Nellie F.'s Story," by Irma Weill

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Chinese; Southern California
box 30, folder 288

"Life History of Mr. and Mrs. F.," by Amanda M. Chase

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 289

"Present Estimated Japanese Population in Los Angeles City and County," by Masao Dodo, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Population, Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 290

"What Magazines Do the Japanese Read?" by Masao Dodo, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Americanization, Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 291

"Life History of Philippine Student," by Norma R. Holmes

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization, Life histories; Filipino; Southern California)c
box 30, folder 292

"Life History of a Mexican," by Norma R. Holmes

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Competition and land; Mexican; Southern California)
box 30, folder 293

Autobiography of Luke Chess, perhaps the only autobiography of a Chinese in the United States

Scope and Contents note

(26 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Northern California)
box 30, folder 294

General summary of the Oriental situation in Californian agriculture

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Northern California; Chinese; Southern California; and Hindus)
box 30, folder 295

"Language Handicap in the Rural Districts," by Ruth Wadsworth Quire

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 30, folder 296

Life history of Kazuo Kawai, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

1925 March 2 (20 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 297

Interview with representatives of produce companies in Los Angeles regarding the effect of the Alien Land Law on the small fruit and vegetable business, by Chloe Holt 1925 February 27

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 298

A group of 13 interviews with individuals of Los Angeles Chinatown, by Catharine Holt

Scope and Contents note

(57 pages; Americanization, Communities; Chinese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 299

"Interview with Chiyoe Sumi," student, Lincoln High School, Los Angeles, by Catharine Holt 1925 February 21

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 300

"Interview with Mrs. Yamada," by Catharine Holt 1924 May 26

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 301

"A Study of the Japanese Fisherman at Curtis Packing Company in Long Beach," by William Kinchelve, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 302

"Interview with R. Kado," owner, Sunnyland Nursery, Los Angeles, by Claude Williams

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land, Racial traits, Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 303

"Life History of Paul Hiratzaka," by Robert E. Park and William C. Smith, Los Angeles, California

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 30, folder 304

"Autobiography," by Adelaide K---

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Korean; Southern California)
box 30, folder 305

"Juan, the Story of a Filipino Boy," by Helen P. Beattie, Highland, San Bernardino County, California

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Americanization, Goodwill, Racial traits, Intermarriage; Filipino; Southern California)
box 30, folder 306

"Interview with Attorney Robert Young of Hollywood," by William C. Smith 1925 March 14

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Goodwill, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
online digital
box 31, folder 307

Letter of warning from Sei Fujii, Los Angeles, translated from Japanese

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 308

Letter to George Gleason from Karl C. Darlington 1924 February 15

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Goodwill, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 309

Life history of a Japanese college freshman girl

Scope and Contents note

(15 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 310

"The Life History of a Hawaiian-Born Chinese girl, F--- L---," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Americanization, Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 311

"Life History of Henry Shimonouchi," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 312

"Interview with Miss Kyo Inouye," Japanese girl, age 18, Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1925 January 16

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 313

"Interview with Miss Chiyo Otera," freshman, University of California, Southern Branch, by Catharine Holt 1925 February 17

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 314

"Interview with Hida Watanabe," Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1925 February 9

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 315

"Interview with Mr. and Mrs. William S. Yip," Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1925 January 13

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Chinese; Southern California
box 31, folder 316

"Interview with Teru Miyamoto," graduate, Los Angeles High School, Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1925 January 10

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 317

"Interview with Miss Esther B. Bartlett of the Y.W.C.A. International Institute," Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1924 December 17

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 318

"Interview with K-- K--" (name not to be used), Japanese girl, graduate of high school and employed at --- bank, California, by Catharine Holt 1924 December 20 and 27

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization, Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 319

"Interview with H. Otsubo," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 320

"Interview with Iseri," by William C. Smith 1925 March 4

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 321

Life history of K--- M---

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 322

Life history of H--- K---

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 323

Documents relating to Japanese, Limoneira Ranch, Santa Paula, California

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(20 documents; 48 pages; Americanization, Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 324

Questionnaire dealing with agricultural conditions on the Limoneira Ranch, Santa Paula, California

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(14 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 31, folder 325

Statement issued by the Joint Committee, composed of representatives of the four state organizations – American Legion, State Federation of Labor, State Grange and Native Sons of the Golden West

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities; Japanese; Northern and Southern California)
box 31, folder 326

Statement by J. M. Campbell, principal of one of the schools in the city of Victoria, British Columbia, made in a letter to Professor T. H. Boggs 1925 May 28

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; British Columbia)
box 31, folder 327

Public opinion of the Oriental in San Jose, California

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(10 pages; Americanization, Racial traits, Communities, Competition and land; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 31, folder 328

Statement by William C. Allen regarding schools in the vicinity of San Jose in the midst of a large foreign population 1925 May 9

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 31, folder 329

Questionnaire dealing with the public schools of Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, by Howard W. Derby, College of the Pacific

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 31, folder 330

"The Importance of the Japanese in the Fruit and Vegetable Industry of California," by Melvin Sanguinetti, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears 1924 Fall

Scope and Contents note

(72 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Northern and Southern California)
box 31, folder 331

"The Attitude of the College Student on the Race Question," by Catharine Ewell, prepared for Professor J. C. Almach 1924

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Race consciousness, Investigations; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 31, folder 332

"The Part Played by the Japanese in the Beet Sugar Industry in California and Colorado," by N. T. Nowell, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears 1924 Fall

Scope and Contents note

(25 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Northern and Southern California, and Colorado)
box 31, folder 333

"Cooperative Movement among Japanese Farmers in California," by Yoshio Ichikawa, Stanford University, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears 1925 March

Scope and Contents note

(72 pages; Competition and land, Communities; Japanese; Northern and Southern California)
box 31, folder 334

"The Disposition of Surplus Earnings of Orientals in America," by K. L. Emerson, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears

Scope and Contents note

(23 pages; Competition and land; Japanese and Chinese; Northern and Southern California)
box 31, folder 335

"The Japanese Association of America," by Robert Sinclair Murray, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears, report submitted in fulfilment of the requirements of "Oriental Land Policies," Stanford University 1924 Autumn

Scope and Contents note

(39 pages; Communities, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 31, folder 336

"The Oriental Pioneer," by Takiji Morimoto

Scope and Contents note

(28 pages; Americanization, Competition and land, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle, Washington)
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box 32, folder 337

"Interview with Professor Y. Ichihashi," Stanford University, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 32, folder 338

"How I Came to America - Junito Juarldo (Mexican)," by Olive McCall

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(7 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Mexican; Southern California)
box 32, folder 339

"An Incident Wherein Race Prejudice Prevents the Establishment of a Church in Hollywood," by R. C. Nelson, Southern California

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(6 pages; Goodwill, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 340

Interview of L. R. Bowles, by William C. Smith, Hollywood 1924 April 3

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(3 pages; Goodwill, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 341

"Study of the Native Traits of the Japanese," by Lois M. Winkler, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Race consciousness, Heritages; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 342

"A Short Biography of Mamoru Takada, Born in 1909," by Masao Dodo, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 343

Life history of Norio Osaki, Los Angeles

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(4 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 344

"Japanese Young Men's Associations of Southern California," by Hideo Oyama

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(25 pages; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 345

Life history of Masao Dodo, Southern California

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(31 pages; Life histories, Heritages, Americanization, Racial traits; Japanese; Southern California
box 32, folder 346

"Life History of T. Yoshida," by T. Yoshida

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 347

Life history of Hung Kei Lui

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(8 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 348

Life history of A. Suehiro

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(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 349

"A Social Document," by Masami Swzuki

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(11 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 350

"Life History of an Oriental Student," by H. Fukasu

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 351

"The Study of a Japanese Family," by H. Fukasu

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 352

"My Life History," by Minoru Iino 1926 April 12

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 353

A Life History of an American-born Japanese," by Sayeki Chiko

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(11 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 354

"The Second Generation Japanese," by Leo Toyama

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(6 pages; Americanization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 32, folder 355

Proceedings of Annual Conventions of the California State Federation of Labor 1909-1926

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(49 pages)
 

Minor Documents 1907-1934

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, congressional hearing transcripts, correspondence, essays, interviews, lists, memoranda, papers, personal experiences and sketches, questionnaires, remarks, reports, speeches, statements, and studies, arranged numerically by document number.

Access

Collection stored off site; a minimum of two days notice is required for use. Boxes may be requested through Stanford's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu.  Digital copies of materials are available online through the Stanford Digital Repository; links to individual box contents can be found throughout the finding aid at the relevant box entry.
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box 33, folder 1

Economic and social conditions of Japanese in Southern California: 102 interviews with employers of farm workers

Scope and Contents note

(198 pages, with pages 53 and 54 missing; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 2

"Presbyterian Churches in California Meet Against Disallowance of Long Beach Japanese Presbyterian Church," Los Angeles Japanese - American

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 3

"The Gathering of the Pro-Japanese People at Christian Church, Long Beach," Los Angeles Japanese Daily News

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 4

Statement, G. Bromley Oxnam, Pastor of All Nations Church, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 5

Letter to the editor (Brawley, California), "News" regarding Mexican beating his wife

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization; Mexican; Southern California) – Missing
box 33, folder 6

Letter from A. W. Swanson regarding Hindu marriage

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Hindu; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 7

Shive Ram, Los Angeles Hindu

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Naturalization; Hindu; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 8

Report, activities of Japanese fisherman, San Pedro district 1922

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 9

Syllabus of lectures, Pacific Slope history, reference to California, by Rockwell D. Hunt

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 10

Report, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, regarding Japanese situation

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 11

"Caste in India," by S. D. Pandit

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Hindu; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 12

"Removing Migration and Personal Disorganization," by K. Kimura

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Personal, Disorganization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 13

"Los Angeles Pastor's Daughter Weds Japanese, Dr. Hatsuji Hara," extract from San Francisco Examiner

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California) – Missing
box 33, folder 14

Personal sketch of Herman C. Lichtenburger, Probation Department, Los Angeles, and Frank S. Hutton, member of Schweitzer & Hutton, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 15

The Japanese family in Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(35 pages; Family; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 16

The study of criminals among Japanese in Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(15 pages; Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 17

Question, Long Beach Japanese mission

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities, Goodwill: Religious activities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California) – Missing
box 33, folder 18

Letters relating to report of Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Committee on Japanese menace to California, Senate Committee on Immigration, Washington, D.C. 1924 March 8

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Population: Immigration; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 19

Experiences of an American teacher in Japan, letter to George Gleason 1924 March 20

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
 

Harriet Buss documents

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 20

Susie and JoHa, case study of Chinese invalid (1)

box 33, folder 20

Sao Yeng, public school (2)

box 33, folder 20

Chinese probation case (3)

box 33, folder 20

Funeral of Chinese woman (4)

box 33, folder 20

Bakersfield Chinese Mission (5)

box 33, folder 21

Story by A. W. Swanson, Imperial Valley 1924 April

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Deliquency; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 22

"A Japanese Wedding in America," by Elizabeth Kemp, Los Angeles, California 1924 May 2

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 23

Interview with Margaret Dooher, Americanization teacher

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese, Korean, and Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 24

"Los Angeles Chinatown," by Clara Gilbert 1924 June 12

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Southern California)
box 33, folder 25

Interview with J. A. Knapp and A. M. Stanley, Santa Ana

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 26

Interview with a Chinese girl

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Second generation; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 27

Remarks, Reverend S., Japanese church

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 28

Illegal entry of Chinese

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 29

Interview with J. N. Hamer on his experience with different aliens

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 30

Interview with J. N. Hamer on business dealings with Orientals

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 31

"My Life History," by Takita Mitsugi 1924 July 14

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories; Japanese)
box 33, folder 32

Concerning the Asiatic in America (Southern California) - Missing

box 33, folder 33

Clipping from East Side Guardian, Fred T. Beatty, editor

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Goodwill; Mexican; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 34

Impressions of personal experiences of George Gleason

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 35

Knight family, Upland, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 36

Japanese girl at school

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness: prejudice; Japanese; Southern California) – Missing
box 33, folder 37

"United States Versus Bhagat Singh Thind," extract from Supreme Court Reporter 1923 April 1

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization: Naturalization; Hindu; Southern California)
box 33, folder 38

"Takao Ozawa Versus United States," extract from Supreme Court Reporter 1922 December 15

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization: Naturalization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 39

Thirteen years experience with Koreans in California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Korean; Southern California) - Missing
box 33, folder 40

"Interview with Grace Kojima," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 July 31

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 33, folder 41

"Asiatic Problem also Menaces Future of British Columbia," extract from Illustrated Daily News, Los Angeles, California 1924 August 2

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Southern California)
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box 34, folder 42

"Life History of Junro Amos Kashitani," by William C. Smith, University of Southern California 1924 August 15

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 43

"My Life History," by T. Kimoto, University of Southern California 1924 August

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 44

"Family Difficulties Among the Japanese," interview with T. Kawai, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 12

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Family problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 45

"Family Troubles," by K. S. Itow, Long Beach

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Family problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 46

"Hindus and Intermarriage," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Hindu; Southern California)
box 34, folder 47

"The Japanese in Long Beach," by K. S. Itow 1924 August 2

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 48

"Interview with Jimmie Suzushi," American-born Japanese, by William C. Smith 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Second generation; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 49

Ten years experience with the Chinese on citrus ranches

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Chinese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 50

Survey of races in citrus district, San Bernardino County

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 51

"Interview with John Ando," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 8

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Second generation and Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 52

"The Second Generation," interview with Reverend T. Kawai, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 12

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization: Second generation, Accommodation, and Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 53

"Interview with U----Z---" (Japanese) working for an education, difficulties of Japanese college graduate in America, by William C. Smith 1924 August 21

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 54

"Interview with Kichi Jo," vocational problem of the college trained man, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 20

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 55

"Interview with K---I---," reasons for prejudice against the Japanese, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles, California 1924 August 19

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization: Second generation and Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 56

"Interview with Frank Yura," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 57

"Interview with T. Kuramido," a business career, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles, California 1924 August 22

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 58

"Interview with K. Yamamoto," religion and the church, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 59

"Interview with Reverend M.--," Japanese minister, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles, California 1924 August 21

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 60

"Interview with Frank Nakamura," activities of the church and young people's societies, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 9

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization, Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 61

"Interview with Tom Gubbins," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Education; Chinese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 62

"Interview with Sun (Peter) Lee," use of Chinese language, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Third generation; Chinese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 63

"Interview with Louise Leung," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Second generation, Education, and Vocational problems; Chinese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 64

"Interview with Julia Suski," language problem, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Second generation and Family problems, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 65

"Interview with Y. Shimanuchi, editor, Los Angeles Japanese American," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1924 August 14

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Family life, Americanization: Vocational problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 66

"Interview with Mrs. Kunisaki, Puente," by William C. Smith 1924 September 12

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 67

"Life History of a Japanese," by Suzanne McKelvey

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 68

Portion of a letter from Professor James H. Hyde to President Harding regarding the Japanese question of California

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 69

"The Essentials of Mexican Culture," extracts of an interview by Dr. Hewitt?

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Aesthetic, Morals; Mexican; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 70

Interview, Dr. Hewitt, archaeologist

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Agriculture and Labor, Disease; Mexican; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 71

Interview by Dr. Hewitt - Doheny Survey

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Competition and Land: Labor; Race consciousness; Mexican; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 72

"The Japanese Question in Connection with the Johnson Immigration Bill," speech, Jesse H. McLafferty

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Investigations: Legislation; Population: Immigration; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 73

Oriental comment, Far Eastern Fortnightly 1919 September 1

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 74

American Citizenship Council

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 75

"Hybridization of Races," paper, by Edna McKinley, State Teachers College, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Population, Intermarriage; Northern California)
box 34, folder 76

"Just How Wide Should We Open Our Door to Japan?," paper, Ethel Coller, State Teachers College, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness, Intermarriage, Population; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 77

"Mrs. K.," sketch, by Lola E. Brown

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 78

Reminiscences of an Americanization teacher

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 79

Reminiscences of an Americanization teacher

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 80

Sketch, Fred F., Americanization teacher

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 81

Japanese at Selma, California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Racial traits; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 82

Letter from an Americanization teacher to Vaughn MacCaughey 1924 March 18

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 83

Letter from Edwin E. Grant to Immigration Commissioner

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 84

Letter from William C. Pond to Vaughn MacCaughey 1924 April 3

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Chinese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 85

Interview with prominent orchard man, Livingston, California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Communities; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 86

Personal sketch of Paul Scharrenburg, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness: Conflict; Northern California)
box 34, folder 87

Personal sketch of Torao Kawasaki, Japanese consulate, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 88

Personal sketch of Theodore Fieldbrave, Berkeley

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Goodwill: Religious activities; Hindu; Northern California)
box 34, folder 89

Extract from letter to Vaughn MacCaughey from Mrs. Whitcher, Americanization teacher, Castroville, California

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Americanization; Goodwill: Religious activities; Racial traits; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 90

"California's Threatened Hegira of Japanese," by V. S. McClatchy

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Investigations: Historical; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 91

"Livingston," by Mary Naka

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Communities, Americanization: Education, Population, Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Northern California
box 34, folder 92

Letter from Japanese citizen, Livingston

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization, Communities; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 93

Letter to Vaughan MacCaughey from Suzanne McKelvey regarding Japanese question 1924 March 12

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 94

"Mrs. I. ---," sketch, by Marda McKenrick

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California) -Missing
box 34, folder 95

"Mallie Minn, Korean Girl," by Mrs. Park

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Korean; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 96

Japanese family problem, essay

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanziation, Communities; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 97

"Mrs. L.," sketch, by Marda McKendrick

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities, Life histories; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 98

"Mary," sketch, by Marda McKendrick

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 99

"Experience with Orientals," by Solomon Blur, University of California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Race consciousness; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 100

Commonwealth Club of California, minutes of meeting, section on agriculture

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and Labor; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 101

Letter from Bakersfield, California, teacher on contacts with Orientals, to Vaughan MacCaughey 1924 March 31

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits, Americanization; Chinese and Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 102

Report, Hindus in the United States

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Investigations: Statistics, Goodwill: Religious activities; Hindu; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 103

The Hindus in America

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Investigations, Race consciousness, Goodwill; Hindu; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 104

Chinese and Japanese newspapers in San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 105

Minutes, American Loyalty League

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Americanization; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 106

"The History and Problem of Angel Island," by Mary Naka, Japanese graduate, Mills College 1922

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Population: Immigration; Chinese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 107

Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court testing Anti-Alien Land Laws

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Cropping contract, Investigations: Legislation,; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 108

Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court testing Anti-Alien Land Laws

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land, Investigations: Legislation, Ownership of stock; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 109

Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court testing Anti-Alien Land Laws

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land, Investigations: Legislation, Leasing; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 110

Appeal from U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington, to U.S. Supreme Court

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Competition and land, Investigations: Legislation, Leasing) - Missing
box 34, folder 111

"No Shortage of Orchard Labor," by V. S. McClatchy

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and Labor; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 112

"Miller Freeman and the Survey," Great Northern Daily News, translation

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness: Public opinion, Strike; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 113

Points for discussion at the Japanese Conference Committee meeting

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness, Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 114

Japanese population on the Pacific Coast and Mountain States, compiled by the Japanese Conference Committee, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 115

Opinion concerning the legality of employment contract – Algernon Crofton

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Employment contract, Investigations: Legislation; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 116

Copy of contract of employment

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Employment contract, Investigations: Legislation,; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 117

Paper written by Japanese student in reply to questionnaire on race relations

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 118

Interview with S. Kato, pastor, Japanese Christian Church, Berkeley

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 119

"Diary of A Forty-Niner," extract, by Chauncey L. Canfield

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Competition and land; Chinese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 120

Report, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, regarding Japanese question: Conclusions 3, 8, 12

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Agriculture and Labor; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 121

Report, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, regarding Japanese question: Conclusions 10, 11

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 122

Report, National Industrial Conference Board: Immigration Bill severely criticized

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Investigations: Legislation; Northern California) – Missing
 

Contacts of Professor Ches. F. Shaw

box 34, folder 123

Chinese and Japanese

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits; Chinese and Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 123

Hindus

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits; Hindu; Northern California)
box 34, folder 123

Armenians

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Racial traits; American; Northern California)
 

Experience of Fresno citizen regarding Japanese

box 34, folder 124

18-year-old Japanese school boy

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 124

Japanese in Fresno High School

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 125

Questionnaire on Japanese problem submitted by George Shima, President of Japanese Association of America

Scope and Contents note

(132 pages; Americanization, Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 126

Remarks, Oriental children, Miss Rippe, Americanization teacher, Fresno Public Schools

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Social disorganization; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 127

"Flora Belle Jan," Chinese flapper, Fresno

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 128

Remarks, crime conditions, Chester Warlow, Fresno Crime Commission

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Social disorganization: Vice and crime, Tongs; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 129

Remarks, O. M. Akers, Probation Officer, Fresno County

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Delinquency and disease; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 130

Remarks, Chinatown police squad, Fresno

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization, Tongs, Americanization; Chinese; Northern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 131

"Two Schools for Chinese," by Mrs. Park 1924 August

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill, Slave girls; Chinese; Northern California)
box 34, folder 132

Interview with Miho Catherine Ota

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill, Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 133

Interview with Mrs. Komie Iga

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Labor; Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 134

Interview with Yaeimachi Sugimachi

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 135

Letter from young woman regarding Japanese question

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness: Public opinion; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 136

Extract from letter of a teacher in Washington regarding the Chinese

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 137

Statement by Bradstreet

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land; Business; Chinese and Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 138

Japanese Province Club and Business Club

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 139

Seattle Japanese Nurses Association

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities, Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 140

The Japanese Laundry Union

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor, Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 141

Japanese labor unions

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 142

Index to the Far Eastern Fortnightly bulletins, Far Eastern Bureau

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Investigations: Historical; Japanese and Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 143

North American Times, Japanese publication in Seattle, extract

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Population: Immigration; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 144

Report, Japanese A. B. General Contractors

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor, Investigations: Statistics; Japanese and Filipino; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 145

Japanese working for railroads, Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Investigations: Statistics; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 146

"What the General Public Knows and Does Not Know About the Japanese Question," term paper by Don Greiner, Ballard High School, Seattle, Washington 1924 May 8

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Race consciousness: Public opinion; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 147

Salvation Army Fresh Air Camp for Japanese boys

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Goodwill, Communities, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 148

Reply to teacher's questionnaire

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Education; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 149

Supreme Court, Japanese charged with murder in the first degree

Scope and Contents note

(16 pages; Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 150

Japan Society Bulletin

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 151

Interview with Nobuo Hirai

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 152

Questionnaire by S. Minami

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 153

Interview with Taguchi, farmer, Green Lake District

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 154

Interview with Tanejiro Gima

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 155

Interview with Mrs. Tada Sasaki

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 156

Interview with T. Matsumura

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Business and labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 157

Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Nakata

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 158

Interview with Abe Gapanese, Congregational Minister

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 159

Interview with Tatsumi Sato

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 160

Interview with Seichi Konzo

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Other: Industry; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 161

The Japanese May Flower – The Peony

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Heritages; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 34, folder 162

The American Legion point of view in Washington

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 163

A Filipino's reply to a sociology questionnaire

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories; Filipino; Seattle - Missing
box 34, folder 164

Viewpoint of Thomas N. Swale, lawyer, Seattle, Chairman of the Oriental Committee, National American Legion

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 165

Yoshio Ando, Franklin High School 1924 June 5

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 34, folder 166

Brief interview with two Japanese students who just arrived in the U.S.

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories, Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 167

Reply to life history questionnaire

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 168

Life history of student, Bellingham State Normal School

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Filipino; Seattle) - Missing
box 34, folder 169

Interview with C. S. Whitcomb regarding Japanese labor

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor and business; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 170

Interview with J. M. Homer regarding dealings with the Japanese

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Goodwill, Competition and land: Business; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 171

Copy of circular letter in Japanese from Japanese Association urging attendance of school children at school, El Monte, California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 172

Letter from Principal P. J. Cooney, El Monte High, to Vaughn MacCaughey

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities, Americanization: Education, Competition and land: Agriculture; Southern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 173

Names gathered by George Gleason in San Diego

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Other: Illegal entry; Southern California)
box 34, folder 174

Interview with Miss Oliver, Hewitt Street School, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization, Goodwill; Southern California) – Missing
box 34, folder 175

A case of intermarriage

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 176

"Partial Life History of a Japanese Girl," by Gretchen Tuthill, Los Angeles 1924 August

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Family problems; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 177

Extract, Los Angeles Japanese American

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Investigations, Competition and land: Land ownership; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 178

Detailed information from Los Angeles Japanese American about Long Beach church matter relative to the case of Shimiza

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Competition and land, Race consciousness, Communities; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 179

"Anti-Japanese Society Holds Meeting at Club Rooms," extract, Hollywood News 1924 January 15

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 180

"Jap Invasion Is Feared in New District," extract, Hollywood News 1924 January 17

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 181

"Anti-Japanese Meeting to Be Held Tonight in Legion Club Room," extract, Hollywood News 1923 June 18

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 182

"Anti-Japanese Meeting to be Held Tonight," extract, Hollywood News 1924 January 14

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 183

Extracts from the Vancouver Daily World relating to the Asiatic problem of British Columbia, compiled by J. S. Cowper, editor

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Race consciousness; Southern California)
box 34, folder 184

Letter to George Gleason regarding the Japanese 1934 August 17

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness, Population: Immigration; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 185

Chapterometer, official bulletin of Southern California Chapter of Japanese Students Christian Association in North America

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 186

Extract from by-laws of Constitution of the Society of American Citizens of Japanese Ancestry

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 34, folder 187

Japanese population in Los Angeles County 1922

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 188

"The Japanese and Mexicans in Ventura County, California," by Loretta W. Balcom 1924 June 1

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Communities; Japanese and Mexican; Southern California)
box 34, folder 189

"Recreation for the Japanese in Los Angeles," by Catharine Lee Wahlstrom

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Communities, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 190

"The Japanese Young Men's Association," translation, Los Angeles Japanese American 1924 February 6

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 191

Letter from H. W. Robinson to William C. Smith regarding Long Beach Japanese Church situation

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Race consciousness; Race; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 192

"Causes of Anti-Japanese Prejudice in California," by Lillian R. Thielen 1923 May

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 193

Letters of Japanese to his teacher 1921 August 26

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 34, folder 194

Report, two cases of controversies between the Buddhist churches and Christian churches in Pasadena and Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Communities, Race; Japanese; Southern California)
online digital
box 35, folder 195

Life history and social document of Mr. Mar, editor, Chinese Star

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 196

Interview with Mrs. Yoshia Minami, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Family problems and accommodation, Race consciousness: Political tension (Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 197

Interview with Mrs. Yoshi Okazaki

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill, Americanization: Accommodation, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 198

Interview with Mrs. Shigosahuro Fukuhara, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 199

Life history as social document

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Intermarriage, Race consciousness, Population: Immigration, Americanization; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 200

Interview with Mrs. Tsuchiya, Miss Rumsey, interpreter

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Americanization: Vocational problems, Intermarriage; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 201

Interview of David Yue as social document

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 202

Interview with Miss Rumsey, concerning the Japanese at Eastland

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 203

Life history of Chin Took Hing as social document

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories,Competition and land: Business, Intermarriage, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 204

Life history of Ben Look

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 205

Life history of John Sueng as a social document

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: Labor, Contract, Americanization: Accommodation; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 206

Life history of Lui Wing as a social document

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Chinese customs, Tongs, Communities; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 207

Life history of F. H. Marr as a social document

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Competition and land: Business, Tongs, Social disorganization: Gambling, Exclusion; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 208

Life history of Loui Youu as social document

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Americanization: Accommodation; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 209

Interview with Tsuruyo Komoriya

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Accommodation, Race consciousness, Goodwill; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 210

Life history and social document of Yong Chin

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness, Americanization; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 211

Life history of Chin Sing as social document

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Investigations: Legislation, Tongs, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 212

Interview of C. W. Bagley as social document

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Investigations: Historical, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 213

Interview of C. H. Hanford, Judge, as social document

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Investigations: Historical, Social disorganization; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 214

Life history of Kay Yen Wu as social document

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Education and Second generation, Tongs, Population: Immigration; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 215

Fairfax, Washington, Lumber Camp

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land, Other: Industry, Communities; Japanese; Portland) - Missing
box 35, folder 216

Interview with Manley Moore Lumber Company foreman, and other employees

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 217

Life histories of three employees, Manley Moore Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 218

Interview with T. H. Soo, China Trading Company, Seattle

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories, Americanization: Vocational problems, Competition and land: Business; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 219

Interview with Andrew Kan, China Trading Company

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Population: Immigration, Tongs, Americanization: Family problems, Social disorganization: Gambling; Chinese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 220

Life history and social document of Woo Bing, Seattle

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories; Chinese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 221

General information from employees, Wheeler Osgood Company, Tacoma

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 222

General information regarding employees, Tide Water Mill Company

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 223

General information regarding employees, Defiance Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 224

General information regarding North End Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 225

General information regarding Foster-Nebegin Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Communities; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
 

(a) General information regarding McMillin Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Race; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 226

(b) Interview with Y. Hamaguchi, Japanese foreman

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 227

Interview with T. Matsushita of McMillin Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 228

General information regarding Nettleton Lumber Company employees

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 229

Interview with S. Kawamura, Nettleton Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 230

Various interviews with men connected with Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(28 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 231

General information and interviews with men employed by Pacific States Lumber Company, Selleck, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(20 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 232

Interviews and general information regarding men employed by White River Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 233

General information and interview with K. Otani, Japanese foreman, J. P. Guerrier Lumber Company, Forest, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 234

General information regarding McCormick Lumber Company, McCormick, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Competition and land: labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 235

Interview with I. Mori, Japanese foreman, McCormick Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 236

General information and interviews with Japanese employed by Green River Lumber Company, McIntosh, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 237

General information regarding Japanese employees, Dea Chutes Lumber Company

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 238

General information regarding Japanese employees, Lindstrom-Handforth Lumber Company, Rainer, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land: Labor, Life histories; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 239

General information regarding A. J. West Lumber Company, Junction City, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 240

General information regarding employment of Japanese labor by Schafer Brothers Lumber and Door Company, Montesamo, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: labor; Japanese; Seattle) – Missing
box 35, folder 241

Interviews on Japanese question, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits, Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 242

Interviews regarding Japanese question, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Americanization: Accommodation, Racial traits, Competition and land: Agriculture, Communities; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 35, folder 243

Report, race relations on the Japanese, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities, Americanization, Investigations; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 244

Report, Americans, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities, Investigations: Historical, Racial traits; American; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 245

Report, interviews concerning American labor, Fresno

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Racial traits, Competition and land: Agriculture, Race consciousness; American; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 246

Interviews with Armenian Pastor, Fresno, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Intermarriage; American; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 247

Interview with Americanization teacher, Fresno Public Schools

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 248

Opinion of Director, Farm Bureau, Fresno, on the Japanese and other races

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and labor, Racial traits; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 249

Report, East Indians, Fresno

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities, Competition and land: Labor, Racial traits; Hindu; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 250

"A Chinese Marriage," San Francisco Journal 1922 January 22

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Chinese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 251

"Japanese Matron Prefers America," San Francisco Chronicle 1922 March 3

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 252

"East and West Sometimes Do Meet: As Marriage of Occident and Orient Shows," San Francisco Call 1923 December 20

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 253

"The Woman Without a Country," Boston Transcript

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage, Investigations: Legislation; Northern California)
box 35, folder 254

"Briton and Japanese Wife are Visiting San Francisco, Come from Manchuria on Pleasure Trip: Celebrate Wedding Anniversary with an Extended Tour," San Francisco Chronicle 1923 May 22

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 255

"Why Japanese and Americans Should not Inter-Marry," San Francisco Bulletin 1922 June 15

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 256

"Survey, Hood River, Oregon," by Helen W. Howe, Pendleton, Oregon

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Portland)
box 35, folder 257

Interview with Ishi, Secretary, Japanese Association, El Centro, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California) – Missing
box 35, folder 258

Interview with George Maga, Japanese, Y. M.

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California) – Missing
box 35, folder 259

Interview with E. C. Paris, El Centro, California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Agriculture; Hindu and Japanese; Southern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 260

The Japanese and life insurance

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Accommodation; Japanese and Mexican; Southern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 261

"Life of Senora Ramona Diaz," as told by herself

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories; Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 262

"Life History of Senora Angelita Avila," as told by herself

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories; Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 263

Life history of Francisco Carino

Scope and Contents note

(20 pages; Life histories; Filipino; Southern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 264

Unpleasant experience of Japanese renting a house in Seattle

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 265

"Interview with Arthur C. Ballard," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 7

Scope and Contents note

(1 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 266

"Interview with Mrs. Arthur C. Ballard," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization: Education; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 267

"Interview with Rufus R. Upper," Orillia, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 14

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Agriculture, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 268

Interview with Aaron Neely, Auburn, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture and Business; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 269

"Interview with W. T. Behne," President, First National Bank, Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 17

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits, Competition and land: Agriculture; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 270

"Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Truitt," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 26

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits, Competition and land: Labor; Japanese and Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 271

"Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Eathel Smith," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 2

Scope and Contents note

(1 pages; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese and Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 272

"Interview with Bernice Welch," teacher, Seattle, by Van Devanter 1924 July 24

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Intermarriage, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 273

"Interview with C. C. Calavan," cashier, Auburn National Bank, Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 17

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 274

Interview with A. S. McDaniel, Auburn, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle) - Missing
box 35, folder 275

"Interview with W. S. Wiley," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 26

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land: Labor; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 276

"Interview with F. W. Shaughnessy," Auburn, Washington, by Louise Van Devanter 1924 July 26

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 277

"Interview with C. W. Lochridge," Auburn, Washington, by Van Devanter 1924 July 26

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land: Agriculture, Racial traits; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 278

"Interview with Wakaboyashi," Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 15

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 279

"Interview with a Chinese man," Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 23

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 280

"Interview with Brockett," attorney, Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 17

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Social disorganization, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 281

"Interview with John Sullivan," attorney, Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 24

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 282

"Interview with Adam Beeler," attorney, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 31

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits, Loyalty; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 283

"Interview with Huntoon," attorney, by D. H. Johnston 1924 June 26

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization, Tongs, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 284

"Interview with Monroe," attorney, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 11

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization, Tongs, Moral code; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 285

"Interview with Dan Landon," by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 10

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Prostitution, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 286

"Interview with Olmstead," Seattle Police, by D. H. Johnston

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Prostitution and Vice and crime; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 287

"Interview with Detective Kent," by D. H. Johnston

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Vice and crime and Prostitution; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 288

"Interview with Lieutenant Justice," Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 16

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization, Racial traits; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 289

Interview with Williamson, federal narcotics agent

Scope and Contents note

(1 pages; Social disorganization, Narcotics; Chinese, Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 290

"Interview with Patterson," federal narcotics agent, by D. H. Johnston 1924 July 31

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Narcotics; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 291

Miscellany, by D. H. Johnston

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization, Tongs; Chinese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 292

"Interview with Walter Metzenbaum," attorney, Seattle, by D. H. Johnston 1924 August 31

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits, Americanization; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 293

"Interview with Fred Kato," by D. H. Johnston

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Seattle)
box 35, folder 294

A Chinese village in a Canadian village

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Communities, Isolation; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 295

Call on editors of Chinese Times

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities, Press; Chinese; Vancouver) – Missing
box 35, folder 296

Vancouver riot 1907 September 7

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness; Chinese; Vancouver) – Missing
box 35, folder 297

Visit with Won Cumyon

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population: Immigration, Investigations: Historical, Competition and land: Labor; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 298

Interview with Chinese Consul

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities, Other: Organization; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 299

Interview with Miss Coleman, teacher of Chinese boys

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities, Americanization: Education and Second generation, Racial traits,; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 300

Index, report, Chinese immigration

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Population: Immigration; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 301

Index, Chinese immigration

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Population: Immigration; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 302

Interview with Mr. Ward, Anglican missionary

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population: Immigration, Social disorganization: Vice and crime; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 303

Visit, reading club

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities, Library; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 304

Dinner given by the President of Chinese Benevolent Association

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Racial traits; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 305

Visit, Seto More's home

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Investigations: Historical, Communities, Art; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 306

Call on three Chinese associations

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Communities, Clubs, Family, Chinese store; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 307

Interview with Inspector John Jackson, police force, Vancouver

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization: Vice and crime, Intermarriage; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 308

Tour through Chinatown, by Mr. Ward and Mrs. Quong

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Social disorganization: Gambling; Chinese; Vancouver) - Missing
box 35, folder 309

Interview with McDonald, Sheriff, Vancouver

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Racial traits, Impressions; Chinese; Vancouver) – Missing
box 35, folder 310

Tea with Tamakia Fakuda, Japanese student, Reed College

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Reflections; Japanese; Portland) - Missing
box 35, folder 311

The Japanese language schools, California, by Japanese Association

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Communities, Americanization: Education; Japanese; Northern California) - Missing
box 35, folder 312

Resume of California Anti-Alien Land legislation

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Population: Immigration, Investigations: Legislation; Japanese; Northern California) – Missing
box 35, folder 313

"Interview with Nellie Oliver," Oliver Club, Los Angeles, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese, Chinese, and Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 314

"Oriental Children in School," interview with Nellie Oliver, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese, Chinese, and Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 315

"Interview with Mrs. ---," Hollywood, by Chloe Holt 1924 November 8

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Chinese and Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 316

"Interview with Dr. Bickford," Hollywood, by Chloe Holt 1924 November 3

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization, Racial traits; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 317

"Information Regarding Quon Gay," by Chloe Holt 1924 November 7

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 318

"Interview with Gibson," Hollywood, by Chloe Holt 1924 October 28

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Heritages; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 319

Interview with (name withheld by request), Los Angeles, California, by Chloe Holt 1924 October 8

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Communities, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 320

"Business Relations with Japanese," by Samual Sogler

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 321

List of daily newspapers published in California

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Investigations; Southern California)
box 35, folder 322

"Stories Concerning the Japanese Told by Dr. Nina Stephens," Hollywood, by Chloe Holt 1924 November 9

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Social disorganization, Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 323

"Interviews with Real Estate Dealers of Hollywood," by Chloe Holt 1924 October 20

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 324

"Mexican Homes," by G. A. Edsall, California Southland, Pasadena, California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 325

Interview with two Chinese, A and B

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 326

"Miss Raushenbush's Investigation of California Yamato Colonies," Tairiku Nippo, Vancouver, British Columbia 1924 October 29

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Northern California)
box 35, folder 327

"Oriental Versus Mexican Children in School," interview with Miss James, Los Angeles, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese, Chinese, and Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 328

"Items in the Los Angeles Times in Regard to the Chinese in Los Angeles," by Chloe Holt 1914 February 15

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Communities; Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 329

"Efficiency of the Mexican Community in Los Angeles," interview with Wesley Freeman, Assistant Probation Officer, Los Angeles, by William C. Smith 1924 August 15

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Mexican; Southern California)
box 35, folder 330

"Japanese Children in School," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 331

"Japanese and the Schools: Mrs. A. W. Swanson, El Centro, California," by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 332

"Interview with A. W. Swanson," El Centro, California, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Race consciousness, Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 333

"Intermarriage," interview with A. W. Swanson, El Centro, California, by William C. Smith

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 334

Stories, experiences, and opinions: Why California objects to immigration

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 335

"Interview with George N---," by William C. Smith 1924 September 29

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 336

Answers to questionnaire concerning the younger generation of Japanese immigrants

Scope and Contents note

(26 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness. Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 337

"Interview with Mrs. Claud Sparks," former visiting teacher, California School, Los Angeles, by Catharine Holt 1924 December 10

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 338

Observations on some Japanese children

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 339

Life history of Ine Kotow

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 35, folder 340

The life history of a Japanese immigrant

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
online digital
box 36, folder 341

"Odds and Ends," by Chloe Holt, 1925 January, conversation with Mrs. Root, South Pasadena 1924 December 9

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Competition and land, Goodwill, Population; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 342

Reverend E. H. Jones, former missionary to Japan, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 343

Burning of a Japanese flower shop in Hollywood, interview with Miss Spalding 1924 May 26

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 344

Interview with E. H. Jones 1924 May 24

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 345

Interview with Mrs. Jones 1924 May 20

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 346

Interview with Miss Browning 1924 May 25

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 347

Interview with Mr. Joyce 1924 May 21

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Racial traits, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 348

Classified Japanese institutions, Los Angeles, California

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 349

Classified Japanese institutions, Sacramento, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 350

Classified Japanese institutions (Japanese American Directory, 1918)

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Communities; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 351

Classified Japanese institutions, Seattle, Washington

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Communities; Japanese; Seattle)
box 36, folder 352

"Interview with Walter Wong," by C. H. Burnett 1924 August 25

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Seattle)
box 36, folder 353

Letter to J. Merle Davis 1923 November 13

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 354

Letter to F. T. Duhring from B. S. Haworth 1923 September 18

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Investigations; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 355

Letter to H. J. Bard 1923 April 3

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Investigations, Americanization, Race consciousness, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 356

Letter to Professor C. E. Rugh from William Greenwell, principal, Lincoln School, Oakland 1924 November 13

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Northern California
box 36, folder 357

"Life History of a Maltese Immigrant," by Eleanor A. Tierney

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Maltese; Dr. Park)
box 36, folder 358

"History of Rosalie Alioto Castelloni," by Bertha H. M. Monroe

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories; Italian, Dr. Park)
box 36, folder 359

Autobiography, Swiss immigrant

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness, Life histories; Swiss; Dr. Park)
box 36, folder 360

"Biography, T. Matzimoto," San Diego, California, by Jeanette Wrottenberg

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Goodwill, Life histories, Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 361

"Biography, T. Kumamoto," Los Angeles, California, by Jeanette Wrottenberg

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 362

"Biography, Shigira Kanamine," by Jeanette Wrottenberg

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 363

"Biography, Toshiyo Kanamine," by Jeanette Wrottenberg

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization, Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 364

Autobiography of Leo Truttmann, San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Social disorganization; Swiss; Northern California)
box 36, folder 365

"Lists of Magazines for Women and the Corresponding Types to American Magazines," by Jessie Sato, University of Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Communities; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 366

"Mexican Life History," by Emily B. Axtell

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Mexican; Southern California)
box 36, folder 367

"Interview with Mrs. Suzuki,' matron, Japanese Y.W.C.A., Los Angeles, by Catharine Holt 1924 December 9

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 368

Letter to President R. L. Wilbur from a common laborer 1925 March 27

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land; Mexican; Northern California)
box 36, folder 369

Jottings from the Columbian

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Competition and land; Japanese and Chinese; British Columbia)
box 36, folder 370

Chinese lotteries in San Jose, California

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Social disorganization; Chinese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 371

Letter to Professor Eliot G. Mears regarding the number of British Indians in the three Pacific Coast states and in British Columbia 1925 March 16

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Population; East Indians; Northern California)
box 36, folder 372

"Will of Takazo Takatsuji as Translated by Ishie," submitted by C. D. Joy, El Centro, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 373

Letter to the editor, The Imperial Valley Press, submitted by C. D. Joy, El Centro, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Race consciousness, Population; Filipino; Southern California)
box 36, folder 374

Classification of Oriental students by courses, University of California 1924-1925

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Population; Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino; Northern California)
box 36, folder 375

"Intermarriage of Mr. Suyetomi: Interview with H. Otsubo," Hollywood, by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 376

"Family Problems among Japanese in America: Interview with H. Otsubo," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Heritages, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 377

"Work on New Mission Is Started," Pasadena Evening Post 1923 October 18

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 378

Visits of American-born to Japan

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 379

"Life History of a Japanese," by Anna L. White, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 380

"Life History of Harry Kawano: A Japanese," by Eleanora Vossler

Scope and Contents note

(11 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 381

"My Autobiography," by Misao Shibayama 1924 December 11

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 382

"Second Generation: Interview with Joe Hirai" by William C. Smith, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 383

Dr. Gladys Shabovitch, County Health Officer, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California, by Chloe Holt 1925 February 3

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization; Japanese and Mexican; Southern California)
box 36, folder 384

"Life History of a Chinese," by Gladys M. Leonard, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Life histories, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 385

"Canada and the Orient," excerpts from The Canadian Magazine 1922 November

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Population, Competition and land; Chinese and Japanese; British Columbia)
box 36, folder 386

"The Japanese Standard of Living," by Velva Darling, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Competition and land, Americanization; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 387

The Japanese Relations Committee of California makes statement to the people of California in connection with the proposed initiative amending the Alien Land Law of 1913

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Goodwill, Population; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 388

"Can California Do Without Japanese?," released by the California Joint Immigration Committee

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 389

Memorandum of recommendations of sub-committee appointed at the conference between Viscount Shibusawa and the Japanese Relations Committee

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Goodwill, Population; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 390

"Congress and Japan," text of a letter concerning the attitude of Japan in connection with the action of Congress excluding as immigrants aliens who are ineligible for American citizenship 1924 July 25

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Race consciousness, Goodwill; Japanese)
box 36, folder 391

"Immigration Laws Cannot Stop Them," released by California Joint Immigration Committee

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 392

"Japan, Geneva and Congress," statement released by the California Joint Immigration Committee 1924 October 20

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Investigations; Japanese)
box 36, folder 393

"Japan's Cure for Dual Citizenship," released by the California Joint Immigration Committee, San Francisco, California 1924 November 17

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Investigations; Japanese)
box 36, folder 394

"Crops Improved Under Whites," released by the California Joint Immigration Committee, San Francisco, California 1924 November 18

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Competition and land; Japanese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 395

"Tourist Brides from Japan," released by the California Joint Immigration Committee, San Francisco, California 1924 November 18

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population; Japanese)
box 36, folder 396

"An Appeal to the Japanese Vote," released by the California Joint Immigration Committee, San Francisco, California 1924 November 12

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land; Japanese)
box 36, folder 397

Letter from V. S. McClatchy to Sidney L. Gulick 1925 May 19

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Investigations; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 398

Letter from V. S. McClatchy to Eliot G. Mears 1925 July 23

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Investigations; Japanese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 399

Letter from Harry E. Hull, Commissioner General, United States. Department of Labor, to Eliot G. Mears regarding immigration 1925 May-June

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Investigations, Population; Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino; Washington, D.C.)
box 36, folder 400

Letter from F. M. Hudson, Secretary of the Produce Exchange, Los Angeles, to Eliot G. Mears 1924 October 31

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Competition and land, Americanization; Japanese and Chinese; Southern California)
box 36, folder 401

"500 Chinese Students in City School," extract from the San Francisco Examiner 1925 October 18

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 402

"Goto Attacks U.S. Stand on Colonization," extract from the San Francisco Chronicle 1925 may 25

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Communities, Population; Japanese)
box 36, folder 403

"Japanese Colonists on Ohio Farm to Hire White Labor, Promoters Say," extracts from Columbus Dispatch, Columbus Citizen, and Ohio State Journal, concerning a projected Japanese colony in Ohio

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Communities, Competition and land; Japanese; Ohio)
box 36, folder 404

"Story of Ling Joe of Tulare," by Reverend Benjamin Gould, First Congregational Church, Tulare, California 1924 July 3

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization, Competition and land; Chinese; Northern California)
box 36, folder 405

"Case of Woman, Raj Kaur," by H. V. White, Stockton, California 1924 July 17

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Social disorganization; East Indian; Northern California)
online digital
box 37, folder 406

Letter from Richard R. Perkins, General Secretary, Young Men's Christian Association, San Francisco, to Vaughn MacCaughey 1924 May 9

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Americanization, Communities, Goodwill; Japanese, Chinese, and Filipino; Northern California)
box 37, folder 407

"The Oriental and Property Values in San Jose: A Problem in City Planning and Expansion," report, Committee of San Jose Realty Board to questionnaire 1924 October 17

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities, Competition and land; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 37, folder 408

Letter from Elbert E. Chandler, Occidental College, Los Angeles, California, to George Gleason 1924 May 2

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land; Hindu; Southern California)
box 37, folder 409

Hearings before the Committee on Immigration, United States. Congress. Senate (S 2576) 1924

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Investigations: Legislation, Competition and land; Oriental/Asiatic)
box 37, folder 410

Statement relating to Oriental gambling in Northern California (source unknown)

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Social disorganization; Japanese and Chinese; Northern California)
box 37, folder 411

The Japanese situation in Turlock County, California, during the Melon Harvest 1921 July

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Competition and land; Japanese; Northern California)
box 37, folder 412

Population and occupation of Filipinos and Chinese in San Joaquin County, California

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Population; Chinese and Filipino; Northern California)
box 37, folder 413

Talk, Eliot G. Mears, questions asked regarding Orientals, First Congregational Church, Oakland, California 1925 May 24

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Investigations; Japanese; Northern California)
box 37, folder 414

"Asiatic Problem also Menaces Future of British Columbia," extract from Illustrated Daily News, Los Angeles, California 1924 August 2

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Competition and land; Oriental/Asiatic; British Columbia)
box 37, folder 415

Study of vote cast in 1920 on Alien Land Law

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Investigations; Orientals/Asiatic; Northern and Southern California)
box 37, folder 416

The Koreans in Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Goodwill; Korean; Southern California)
box 37, folder 417

"The Place of the Korean in the Industrial Life of Los Angeles," by Adelaide Kim (a Korean girl)

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Communities, Competition and land, Americanization; Korean; Southern California)
box 37, folder 418

"Life History of Chan Yue Wong," by Lorena Sperry, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(5 pages; Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 419

"The Younger Versus the Older Chinese in San Francisco," by Chan Yue Wong, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 420

"Japanese-American Intermarriage," by E. K., Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Intermarriage; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 421

"Autobiography of a Japanese Student," by William C. Smith, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(7 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 422

"Miss C," by Masao Dodo, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Americanization, Race consciousness; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 423

"The Life History of Kenichi Kawaguchi," Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(18 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 424

"Story of Ung Soy Afook," by Curtis E. Avery, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(6 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 425

"A Thumb Portrait of My Life History in Relation to America," by Magdaleno A. Abaya, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Life histories; Americanization; Filipino; Southern California)
box 37, folder 426

"Interview with June Goto," by William C. Smith 1925 August 20

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 427

Life history – Japanese, Los Angeles

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 428

Life history of Reverend Paul Tamura

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Life histories, Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 429

Autobiography of Shigeru Okada, Occidental College, Los Angeles 1925 August 3

Scope and Contents note

(8 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 430

"The Acculturation of Japanese Girls in California," by Shizuko Kawasaki

Scope and Contents note

(9 pages; Life histories, Americanization; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 431

Life history of Shizuko Kawasaki, Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(12 pages; Life histories; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 432

"The Japanese Free Methodist Mission of Los Angeles," by Mr. Dodo

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 433

"The Social Welfare Works of the Japanese M. E. Mission," Los Angeles, by Masao Dodo

Scope and Contents note

(3 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 434

Interview with Reverend Paul Tamura

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 435

Pasadena Buddhists: Interview with Reverend Paul K. Tamura

Scope and Contents note

(1 page; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 436

"The Japanese Churches in Los Angeles," by Marion Zook

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 437

"Los Angeles Japanese Reformed Church," Los Angeles, California, by Edna Vickstrom

Scope and Contents note

(4 pages; Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 438

"The Baptist, Chicago: Work Among the Hindus," by Theodore Fieldbrave 1925 January 24

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(3 pages; Goodwill; Hindu)
box 37, folder 439

"Notes on the Japanese Community of San Diego," by Mollie Baker, San Diego

Scope and Contents note

(14 pages; Community, Competition and land, Goodwill; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 440

"Life of the Japanese People in Montebello," by Llora Ashleigh 1925 May 15

Scope and Contents note

(10 pages; Communities, Racial traits; Japanese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 441

"Interview with Mrs. K. S. Young," American-born Chinese woman, Los Angeles, California, by Catharine Holt 1925 April 17

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(4 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 442

"Interview with Peter Soohoo (Chinese)," by William C. Smith, Los Angeles 1925 August 7

Scope and Contents note

(2 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 443

"The Life History of Edward L. C." (as written by himself), Southern California

Scope and Contents note

(13 pages; Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)
box 37, folder 444

"Interview with Mr. Wong (Si Fu?)," Chinese merchant, Ferguson Alley, by Catharine Holt 1924 July 29

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(1 page; Americanization; Chinese; Southern California)