Finding Aid for the Noboru Murakami papers, 1929-1941 LSC.2010.26Japanese American Research Project (JARP) Collection
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Title: Noboru Murakami papers
Creator: Murakami, Noboru
Identifier/Call Number: LSC.2010.26
Physical Description: 0.5 Linear Feet (1 box)
Date (inclusive): 1929-1941
Abstract: Noboru Murakami was born ca. 1889 in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. He arrived in the United States in 1907. Subsequently, he served as Secretary of the Japan Hotel and Apartment Association of Southern California prior to World War II. Mr. Murakami died ca. 1959. The collection consists primarily of diaries (1929, 1933-38 and 1940-41) related to the life of Noboru Murakami. It also includes letters from relatives in Japan (ca. 1936-41) and other miscellaneous papers (13 items). The entire collection is in Japanese.
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Language of Material: Japanese .
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[Identification of item], Noboru Murakami Papers, Japanese American Research Project Collection (Collection 2010). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
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UCLA Catalog Record ID: 9942334653606533
Murakami was born ca. 1889; a native of Hiroshima Prefecture, he arrived in the United States in 1907; served as Secretary of the Japan Hotel and Apartment Association of Southern California prior to World War II; died ca. 1959.
Collection consists primarily of diaries (1929, 1933-38 and 1940-41) related to the life of Noboru Murakami. Also includes letters from relatives in Japan (ca. 1936-41) and other miscellaneous papers (13 items).
The entire collection is in Japanese.
Japanese American Research Project Collection of Material about Japanese in the United States (Collection 2010) . Available at the Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Businessmen -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archives.
Japanese Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archives.
Japanese American Research Project (University of California, Los Angeles)
Murakami, Noboru -- Archives