Finding Aid for the Edison Uno Papers, 1964-1976

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Area, Interdisciplinary, and Ethnic Studies--Asian American Studies History--United States and North American History Geographical (By Place)--United States History--California History--Bay Area History Geographical (By Place)--California--Bay Area Social Sciences--Education--Higher Education Social Sciences--Political Science--Human Rights

Finding Aid for the Edison Uno Papers, 1964-1976

Collection number: 1286

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

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  • UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
  • Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Edison Uno Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1964-1976
Collection number: 1286
Creator: Uno, Edison
Extent: 119 boxes (59.5 linear ft.) 2 oversize boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Edison Tomimaro Uno was born in 1929 in Los Angeles. He was interned with his family in a camp in Crystal City, Texas during World War II. He graduated from Los Angeles State College in political science. He moved to San Francisco in 1956 and became operations manager of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Student Union in 1964, financial aid officer in 1969, and assistant dean of students from 1969-74. While assistant dean at UCSF he also taught various courses on Japanese American history and Asian American studies at California State University, San Francisco, where he was active in establishing an ethnic studies curriculum. He also taught at Stanford University, Lone Mountain College, and the California School of Professional Psychology. He served as one of the directors of the California Historical Society, and was the first Japanese American to serve on the San Francisco grand jury. Uno was active in grand jury reform, as well as other civil rights issues. He worked on the Farewell to Manzanar television program. He received various awards: the ACLU Alexander Meiklejohn Award, the San Francisco Bar Association's Liberty Bell Award, and the UCSF Chancellor's Public Service Award. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, scrapbooks, committee records, subject files, speeches, clippings and other materials that relate to Uno's career as a California educator and civil libertarian, including material on ethnic studies curricula, grand jury reform and Japanese American community issues.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Rosalind K. Uno, 1980.

Funding

This online finding aid has been funded in part by a grant from the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edison Uno Papers (Collection 1286). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Biography

Edison Tomimaro Uno was born in 1929 in Los Angeles; he was interned with his family in a camp in Crystal City, Texas during World War II; graduated from Los Angeles State College in political science; from 1952 to 1955, he worked as advertising and publicity agent for Japanese English-language newspapers; moved to San Francisco in 1956; became operations manager of University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Student Union in 1964, financial aid officer in 1969, and assistant dean of students from 1969-74; beginning in 1969, taught various courses on Japanese American history and Asian American studies at California State University, San Francisco, where he was active in establishing an ethnic studies curriculum; also taught at Stanford University, Lone Mountain College, and the California School of Professional Psychology; served as one of the directors of the California Historical Society, and was the first Japanese American to serve on the San Francisco grand jury; he was active in grand jury reform, as well as in such civil rights issues as the Wendy Yoshimura Defense Fund, Title II Repeal, Redress for Evacuation, and the Japanese American Citizens' League (JACL); worked on Farewell to Manzanar television program; recipient of American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Alexander Meiklejohn Award, the San Francisco Bar Association's Liberty Bell Award, and the UCSF Chancellor's Public Service Award; he died in December, 1976.

Extended Biographical Narrative

Edison Tomimaro Uno, born in Los Angeles in 1929, was the sixth son of George Kumemaro Uno and Riki Kita who were blessed with ten children, six boys and four girls. Uno's father, a native of Japan, came to the U.S. at the age of 19, like many immigrants to seek new opportunities and freedom. As a young man, he worked in various types of employment. At first he worked as a common laborer in a nursery in Alameda County for a relative, later he worked on the railroad in California, Nevada and Utah. The early history of the Uno Family was one of survival in as much as it was a large family and the income of the father did not meet all of the needs of a growing family. In the Spring of 1942 Uno's father was apprehended by the FBI and interned at Bismarck, North Dakota; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Lordsburg, New Mexico; and Crystal City, Texas. At the age of 13, Edison Uno was taken to Santa Anita Assembly Center in the Spring of 1942 with his family and 110,000 other persons of Japanese descent. From Santa Anita they were later moved to Granada Relocation Center, Colorado in the Fall of 1942. Four of his brothers volunteered for military service while his mother and the younger members of the family were transferred to Crystal City Internment Camp in Texas to be united with their father. Fortunately, all of the Uno sons returned from the war alive. Older members of the family were relocated to Chicago, Minneapolis, Mississippi and eventually the family returned to California. Uno's father was one of the last to be released from camp while Uno had the dubious distinction of being one of the last Nisei to be released. By that time, he had been totally held for four and a half years. All of the family's personal belongings were lost during the war, and they had to start from scratch in 1945-46. The evacuation and relocation process changed the whole family structure and had an enduring and profound effect on Uno's life. Those years of hardship, toil and anguish in the relocation centers were never ever forgotten. A quote from the very touching introduction to Executive Order 9066, wrote Uno: Time has healed some of the old wounds, but the scars are not visible, they are there in the deep recesses of that psychological corner of our minds.
Returning to Los Angeles, Uno majored in Government at Los Angeles City College and later graduated from Los Angeles State College with a degree in political science. Because of his particular interest in mass media and special concern with the Japanese American community, he helped establish a small all English weekly Japanese-American newspaper around 1951 and 1952. During the period from 1952 to 1955, he worked as an advertising and publicity agent for five Los Angeles Japanese English newspapers. Uno moved from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 1956, shortly after, he was married to the former Rosalind Kido with whom he had two daughters, Elizabeth and Rosanne. He was later employed by Mutual Supply Co. and given the opportunity of being responsible for operating the judo and related martial arts department. He had proven his ability by making a success out of a lagging business and published the first national judo club directory in 1963.
As a result of his genuine concern about education and administrative work, Uno became operations manager of UC San Francisco Student Union from 1964 to 1968. His position as financial aid officer at UC San Francisco in 1969 was a perfect manifestation of his continuous effort for the individual student, his problems, welfare and rights. He then became Assistant Dean of students at UCSF from 1969 to 1974. His endeavor to fully give his time and energy to represent the best interests of the students and employees of UCSF had won him solid support in his dismissal event in 1973. After publicly accusing his superior of indifference in meeting the housing needs of students, he was charged in turn with an obvious attempt toward smear and vilification of the housing office and ministration. The numerous irregularities surrounding Uno's firing had prompted wide community response for an independent investigation of the matter. UC Chancellor Francis Sooy had reportedly received dozens of letters of support for Uno, including letters and calls from congressmen, regents, state senators, assemblymen, student organizations, minority communities, co-workers, staff, employees, department heads, professionals and concerned citizens of all backgrounds. The strongest comment from the students of UCSF was that Uno had openly dedicated himself to the needs of the students and improvement of student services as few administrators had dared to do. As a matter of fact, this kind of excellent rapport with students was a remote cause of this dismissal event. The settlement of Uno's grievance was made in June, three months after the dismissal notification was received. Uno declared this entire matter is an example of the subtle type of discrimination that Asian Americans face today. As a matter of fact, one must fight for his own rights when an injustice is perpetrated against him is Uno's lifetime motto. The immense community reaction had characterized him as sensitive, warm-hearted man of integrity and fighter for injustice.
Since 1969, he also taught various courses on Japanese American history and Asian American Studies at California State University, San Francisco. In 1969, he organized public protest against Dr. S. I. Hayakawa, president of San Francisco State College, pertaining to the campus troubles and violence. At the same time, he also chaired a group insurance program for 1,500 members of UCSF. In the area of teaching, he also was associated with the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), serving as a part-time contract instructor and later as part of the core faculty. CSPP had a major in community psychology. Uno was involved in the development of that curriculum and was actively seeking to increase the number of minority students accepted for graduate degree programs. Meanwhile, he was a lecturer at Stanford University on Asian Americans. With the extension of interest in education, he also served as a member of Board of Regents at Lone Mountain College.
Uno's dedication to public welfare and community prosperity continued to the last years of his life. He presented numerous lectures, workshops, panels, etc. to organizations, school districts, colleges, civic and fraternal organizations, most notably the Community Advisory Board for John Adams Adult School, Citizens Advisory Committee on Integration and Desegregation, San Francisco, Unified School District, Unified Professors of California and San Francisco Asian American Education Task Force.
Uno regarded the Japanese Americans' internment during the wartime the most vivid example of racism, mistreatment, injustice and exploitation in American history. Since lots of distorted ideas have access to public media, he was determined to make certain that the truly personal perspectives were documented in the many interpretations of this historic event and made accessible to the public. Uno brought to the California Historical Society (CHS) Board of Trustees a broad background of community service. Elected to the Board in April of 1972 to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. Austin Morris, he already had been closely involved with the work of the Society for almost a year in connection with the CHS exhibition on wartime evacuation and the related book, Executive Order 9066. Uno wrote the book's very touching introduction and served as a valued resource consultant during the critical first phase of the exhibition. After his election, he assisted the Society with several developing exhibits and had been especially helpful as a member of a special fund-raising committee.
Edison Uno's impact as a human rights fighter was not limited by the concerns of Japanese Americans alone. The concentration camps experience may be unique to Japanese Americans, but Uno also thought it was no different from the concentration camps of Indian reservations, slavery, poor education, sub-standard housing, inadequate health care, and many of the injustices and inequities minority people and disadvantaged people have endured in the society. Therefore, he also was active in legislative concerns and the criminal justice system. Elected as the first person of Japanese ancestry to serve on the San Francisco Grand Jury in 1970 and labeled by the press as the maverick Grand Juror, Uno spent the following three years attempting to reform the Grand Jury system and received great public attention. As the chairman of the reform committee, he was critical of the selection process charging that the Grand Jury was discriminatory and unrepresentative of the average citizen. The reform committee fought for a new selection process that citizens of San Francisco may volunteer for Grand Jury duty as long as they met with some specific requirements. Expressions of confidence in his efforts in police, courts, probation and other facets of justice systems were made on the part of many organizations he took part in, such as the San Francisco Committee on Crime, the Citizens Council for Criminal Justice and the Committee for Prisoner Humanity And Justice.
Uno was involved throughout his lifetime with the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). His 22 years of service with the League was to achieve: 1) the development of vocal and articulate leaders in the community, 2) massive exposure to all forms of public media, 3) the establishment of a new and more positive public image of Asian Americans, and 4) drastic changes in the educational system whereby Asian Americans are identified by their own self-determination. With these purposes in mind, he became chairman of the Nisei Voters League of San Francisco, vice-chairman of the Japanese American Curriculum Project, and the Asian American Education Task Force of San Francisco. In 1968, he was elected co-chairman of the JACL's Committee to Repeal Detention Camp legislation when Ray Okamura initiated the repeal of Title II of the Internal Security Act of 1950 (The Detention Camp Law). His diligent work led to a successful repealing by Congress in 1971.
In spite of some factional disputes within his community activities, however, his career continued to reflect a commitment to the well-being of all the Japanese people. He was instrumental in promoting the Wendy Yoshimura Defense Fund and was closely associated with the Iva Toguri (Tokyo Rose) case and the controversy over Nisei: The Quiet American, a JACL-commissioned popular version of the 100-year Japanese American history.
Uno's dedication to principles of human welfare and his continuing struggle for full equality for all people in the social, economic, and political aspects of life was localized within other civic and fraternal organizations, namely the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the San Francisco Labor Council and the Community Coalition for Media Change. As an authority in the research of wartime experience and Asian American Studies, Uno had been a consultant for the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare and McGraw-Hill Publishing Company about Asian American affairs. Moreover, he also aided in the production of NBC's Guilty By Reason of Race in September of 1972 which was perhaps the most persuasively damning documentary yet produced for television on the concentration camp experience and its aftermath. In varying capacities, he actively participated in various consultative works concerning television stations, radio stations, and newspapers on Asian American matters.
Uno died of a heart attack in December, 1976. His dedication and outspoken advocacy for liberty, justice, freedom and equality of the society had never ceased a day throughout his life. He had been a controversial figure not only in the Japanese American community but also in various civil rights issues with which he was associated. However, his contribution to the community is never questioned and is evidenced by various awards which include the American Civil Liberties Union, the First Alexander Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Award; the San Francisco Bar Association, Liberty Bell Award; and UCSF Chancellor's Public Service Award and the National JACL Award. A plaque outside the Millberry Union Housing Office at UCSF was placed in honor of Uno's contribution to the school and community. The drive for the plaque was initially supported by congressmen, assemblymen and senators while the school authority brought the plaque project into completion. The sincere dedication to Uno from Michi N. Weglyn, author of the famous book Years of Infamy was carved on the plaque: He refused to stand by silent when the human rights of any minority or any group were under attack. Dr. Shirley Chater, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs of UCSF, had best characterized Uno as forceful, direct, possessed of a magnificent sense of humor and that he loved people deeply.
Edison T. Uno, the social activist and human rights advocate, will be eternally alive in the memories of many people. It is not incidental to see such a compliment from his friends: Knowing Er. Uno as a friend has enriched my life.
(Compiled from papers of the Edison Uno Collection (#1286) of the Department of the Special Collections, University Research Library, UCLA)

Scope and Content

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, letter enclosures, school curricula reports, scrapbooks, committee records, subject files, speeches, clippings, meeting minutes, miscellaneous writings, photographs, publications and pamphlets. Materials relate to Uno's career as a California educator and civil libertarian, including material on ethnic studies curricula, grand jury reform and Japanese American community issues.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Education curricula at various schools.
  2. Ethnic and civil rights studies.
  3. University of California, San Francisco.
  4. Wartime evacuation.
  5. Japanese American Citizens' League Activities.
  6. Other organizational affiliations.
  7. Grand jury.
  8. Japanese American community.
  9. Documents for consultation.
  10. Biographical materials.
  11. Newsclippings, correspondence, mailing lists, and miscellaneous.
  12. Non-manuscript materials.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Uno, Edison--Archives.
University of California, San Francisco--Officials and employees--Archival resources.
San Francisco State University. Asian American Studies Dept.--Faculty--Archival resources.
Japanese American Citizens' League.
College teachers--California, Northern--Archival resources.
College teachers--Political activity--Archival resources.
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.

Related Material

Title: Japanese American Research Project Collection of Material about Japanese in the United States.
Identifier/Call Number: (Collection 2010).
Available at the Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
Title: Japanese American Research Project - Fading Footsteps of the Issei.
Identifier/Call Number: (Collection 2010).
Available at the Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

Box  [1-21]

Education Curriculum at Various Schools

Box  [1-13]

San Francisco State College (SFSC)

Note

The following three items are closed to access until August 7, 2005:
  1. Midterm exam by Leland Shimada [Box 2]
  2. Term paper by Tim Yoshida [Box 8]
  3. Term paper by Karen Tainaka [Box 13]
Box 1

SFSC Asian American Studies material. Chinese Democratic Club, 1971.

Box 1

Newsclippings and typed material about the Asian American experience. Teaching material.

Box 1

Newsclippings, journal articles about United States and Japanese relations. Teaching material.

Box 1

Brief autobiographies of students at SFSC.

Boxes 1-3, 5-8, 10 & 12-13

Case interviews by students at SFSC, 1972-1974.

Box 1

The Japanese American in the United States. Syllabus, 1969.

Physical Description: (12 copies).
Box 1

Teaching material - articles, printed material.

Physical Description: (2 folders).
Box 2

Papers by students at SFSC, 1969-74.

Box 2

Teaching material.

Box 2

Printed material.

Box 3

Examination sheets.

Box 3

Reading Title II - Relocation.

Boxes 3 & 5

Students papers.

Boxes 3-4

Students files.

Box 4

Students papers.

Abstract: Assignments and case interviews.
Box 5

Asian American Studies - course descriptions, curriculum planning, 1976-1977.

Box 6

Loose-leaf, memorandum, announcement, etc.

Box 6

Faculty information manual.

Box 6

Exercises, guiding syllabus, examination sheets, etc.

Box 6

Japanese American studies. Class assignments.

Box 7

Students papers on relocation and Executive Order 9066, blue books of Introduction to Japanese Community, course syllabus, examination sheets, grade reports, etc.

Box 8

Evacuation and relocation: Course handouts, students papers, examination sheets, syllabus; memorandum of San Francisco State College Planning Group on Japanese American Studies.

Box 9

School of Ethnic Studies. Memorandum.

Box 9

Photocopies of article, Life History of Shoichi Okanato.

Box 9

Students papers, exercises.

Box 9

Miscellaneous.

Box 9

Teaching materials.

Box 9

Class handouts.

Box 10

Examination sheets.

Box 10

Class inventory.

Box 10

Class materials on Japanese American community.

Box 10

Directory, school correspondence.

Box 10

Assignments on textbook reviews of Asian American Studies.

Box 10

Term projects.

Box 10

Class assignments.

Box 10

Class material.

Box 11

Student paper.

Box 11

Class inventory, newsclippings.

Box 11

Evacuation and Relocation. Syllabus (PS408).

Box 11

Introduction to Japanese American community (BS122).

Box 11

Communications (PS429).

Box 11

Asian American Studies (AAS), 1973-1974.

Box 11

Community in change.

Box 11

Course AAS 410.

Box 11

Course AAS 690, Fall 1975.

Box 11

Course AAS 100. Questionnaire, course outline, etc.

Box 11

Miscellaneous, 1973.

Box 12

Cross Cultural Communication Skills.

Box 12

Lecture notes.

Box 12

Students papers on Asian American Studies.

Box 12

Class investigation sheets.

Box 12

Asian Culture.

Box 12

Course evaluation, minutes of meetings.

Box 12

Students papers.

Box 13

Evacuation and Relocation.

Box 13

Students papers on evacuation.

Box 13

Class schedule.

Box 13

Citizens Committee on SFSC.

Box 13

Citizens Committee.

Box 13

Class material.

Box  [14-16]

California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)

Box 14

Papers and leaflets.

Box 14

Consumer feedback on courses and instructions.

Boxes 14-16

Miscellaneous materials, 1973-74.

Box 14

Dissertation abstracts.

Box 14

Class material.

Box 15

Meeting minutes.

Box 16

Class schedule, handouts.

Box 16

Copies from Minami Law Office concerning complaint challenging CSPP in terms of sex and racial discrimination.

Box 16

CSPP dispute. Minami file.

Note

Dispute against the CSPP filed by Minami, Tomine & Lew Law Offices.
Box 16

Consumer feedback on instructions and courses.

Box  [17]

University of California at Berkeley and Los Angeles

Box 17

Catalog of materials on relocation center in general library at UC Berkeley.

Box 17

Photocopy about UC Berkeley's student health services case.

Box 17

Berkeley Asian American Task Force. Curriculum material.

Box 17

Berkeley Asian American Task Force.

Box 17

Asian American Studies, UCLA. Kitano Bibliography.

Box 17

Proceedings of The State of the Field of Asian American Studies, UCLA.

Box 17

Japanese American Research Project, UCLA. Correspondence.

Box 17

Conference on The State of the Field of Asian American Studies held by Asian American Studies Center, UCLA.

Box  [18]

Stanford University

Box 18

Asian American Studies Program, Stanford University. Proposal, class response, student paper, grade sheet, etc.

Box 18

Inventory class assignments.

Box 18

Self evaluation survey.

Box 18

Class materials.

Box 18

Plane charts of the University.

Box  [18]

Lone Mountain College

Box 18

Intercession held by the Lone Mountain College, 1975.

Box 18

Board of Regents, 1973.

Box  [19-21 and Oversize Box 118]

Other Schools and Teaching Skill Research

Box 19

University of Hawaii, Asian American Studies.

Box 19

Newsclippings and printed material about San Francisco education. Busing integration.

Box 19

Japanese Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program held by Emerson School, San Francisco School District.

Box 19

Asian American Studies/Elementary Style (Teaching material).

Box 19

Marilyn Oshiro's thesis on postwar Japanese American psychology, 1975.

Box 19

Papers about camping by Lane Hirabayashi at Sonoma State College.

Box 19

Student's manual by Paul Zimmerman at Westmoor High School.

Box 19

Conference on Education and Teacher Education for Cultural Pluralism, Chicago Convention. Education material.

Box 19

Asian Students Union, UC Santa Barbara.

Box 19

Teaching skill material.

Box 20

Research material in teaching.

Box 20

Handouts on Asian Americans.

Box 20

Bibliographies, biographies on Asian Americans. Teaching material.

Box 20

Jones, Helen Bernice. Athletic Motivation Inventory of Female Athletes and Nonathletes. Ph.D. thesis.

Box 20

Educational material, curriculum, etc.

Box 21

Reprints, class material.

Box 21

Ethnic studies.

Box 21

Papers about Asian Americans.

Box 21

Racial estimates of pupils attending San Francisco public schools. Report, October 1975-76.

Box 21

Students papers, questionnaires, bibliography, teacher's manual.

Box 21

Questionnaire on Asian American experience.

Box 21

Photocopied journal articles about racism and students.

Box 21

Journal of social issues, Asian Americans. Reproductions.

Oversize Box 118

Drawings of Uno portrayed by students at Escondido Elementary School, San Francisco.

Box  [22-31 & 120]

Ethnic and Civil Rights Studies

Box 22

Wallia. C.S. Toward Century 21: Technology, Society, and Human Values. Photocopy.

Box 22

Ethnic studies.

Box 22

Educational material. Clippings, etc.

Box 22

Japanese American bibliography.

Box 22

Protest against Indo-China War.

Box 22

Various protest movements. Clippings.

Box 22

Miscellaneous.

Box 22

R & E Research Associates Ethnic Studies material.

Box 23

Activities arranged for San Francisco Center for Japanese American Studies.

Box 23

Racial discrimination. Benjamin Ichinose event.

Box 23

Proposal for Japanese Cultural and Community Center of North California.

Box 23

Mimeograph papers about Asian Americans: Japanese, Chinese, Filipinos; H.E.W. Japanese Americans.

Box 23

Pamphlets of Asian Studies - China.

Box 23

Bibliography and statistical material about Asian Americans.

Box 23

The Richmond Asian Caucus and the Richmond Maxi-Center at San Francisco.

Box 23

Isao Fujimoto Ethnic Studies.

Box 23

Pamphlet, newsletter, questionnaire about Asian American societies.

Box 24

Sierra College's Affirmative Action Proposal to the Japanese American Citizen's League (JACL).

Box 24

Clippings about Asian Americans in politics.

Box 24

Ethnic Studies.

Box 24

Proposal from Visual Communications Asian American Studies Central, Inc.

Box 24

Miscellaneous correspondence, clippings, printed materials related to ethnic studies and civil rights.

Box 24

Teaching material on Asian American studies, community in change, statistics and reports about the Asian American community.

Box 25

Japanese Hawaiians.

Box 25

Japanese American Curriculum Project: The Untold Story.

Box 25

Trends (journal). Duplicate copies.

Box 25

Civil rights lecture speech.

Box 25

Newspaper, pamphlets, desk diary, 1975 .

Box 26

Teaching material about Asian Americans: duplicate copies of article The San Francisco Fault about Executive Order 9066 and maps (demographic information about Asian Americans).

Box 27

Asian Communications, San Francisco U.S.D.: clippings, county proposal review, employment discrimination reports, Asian American census, oral interviews and research about Japanese Americans; A Guide to Text Book Evaluation, duplicate copies.

Box 28

Newsclippings - Asian Americans.

Box 28

Anh, Thi. The Vietnamese Refugees Perspectives and Recommendations.

Box 28

Refugee.

Box 28

Richmond Area Multi Services (RAMS). Community development.

Box 28

Material about Asian American books for youngsters.

Box 28

Racial problems.

Box 28

Asian American media resources. Catalog of available audiovisual materials for Asian American studies.

Box 29

Miscellaneous about Japanese Americans and Asian Americans.

Box 29

Westflots, paper of case of Asian Americans.

Box 29

Miscellaneous about civil rights, Asian Americans.

Box 29

Community planning. Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) sponsored by San Francisco Department of Public Works, Bureau of Building Inspection.

Box 29

Minority Unification Conference, 1974.

Box 29

Musings of a Hyphenated American and Stereotype as a Measure of Success. Mimeograph copies of articles.

Box 29

United States Commission on Civil Rights Scholar-in-Residence Program, 1976-77.

Box 29

Affirmative Action, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

Box 29

Civil service, 1972.

Box 29

Equal employment opportunity. Complaint of Edison Uno to the United States Office of Education.

Box 30

Minority film catalogues.

Box 30

Miyata, Kazumi. Japanese in Canada. Correspondence between Uno and Miyata discussing the work.

Box 30

National archives, San Bruno. Information on the Japanese Americans provided by the Federal Archives and Records Center, San Bruno, California.

Box 30

Proposal for the development of an Asian American Studies department.

Box 30

Miscellaneous printouts about Asian American and ethnic groups.

Box 30

Archives forms and material.

Box 30

Newsclippings about Japanese Americans.

Box 30

Ethnic Studies. Proposal for a college-level course in reading and composition by the Contemporary Asian Studies Division, Ethnic Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley, Fall 1971.

Box 30

Vietnamese refugees. Application for the refugee fellowship.

Box 30

Brochures from School of Natural Resources of University of Michigan concerning the recruitment of minorities.

Box 30

Various reprints of journal articles about Asian Americans.

Box 30

A Study of Employment Discrimination Against Asian Americans in San Francisco. Reprint.

Box 31

Newspaper articles on ethnic studies.

Box 31

Sung, Betty Lee. Chinese American Manpower and Employment. Department of Asian Studies, City College of New York. Reprinted copy.

Box 31

Publications of ASIAN, Inc. (Asian American Service Institute for Assistance to Neighborhoods).

Box 31

Newsclippings.

Box 31

Black caucus (A forum on University of California, San Francisco).

Box 120

Newsclippings concerning prejudice against Japanese Americans.

Box 120

Miscellaneous writings on Asian Americans.

Box  [32-35]

Era of University of California at San Francisco (UCSF)

Box  [32-34]

A. Associate Housing Officer

 

1. Office records.

Box 32

UCSF Medical Center.

Box 32

Miscellaneous reprints on housing, employment, etc.

Box 32

UCSF Medical, Housing Office.

Box 32

Business office memos with Robert Cannon, 1969-70.

Box 32

Report of Affirmative Action Office, Affirmative Action Program.

Box 32

Records, notices, etc.

Box 32

Suggestions on how to find off-campus housing.

Box 32

Guest houses.

Box 32

Residents records.

Box 32

Housing problems.

Box 32

Off-campus rental promotions.

 

2. Resumés and personal files.

Box 32

Edison Uno, 1971. Speaking schedule, correspondence, publicity.

Box 33

Edison Uno, UC Medical Center file.

Box 33

Uno/Johnson memos and other campus appreciative message to Uno.

Box 33

Evaluation on job performance, memos, and correspondence.

Box 33

San Francisco Tax Assessor's Office. Possessory questions.

Box 33

Personal file upon termination.

Box 33

Reclassification requests.

Box 33

Personal file.

Box 33

Edison Uno, Personal file.

 

3. Dismissal event.

Box 33

Edison Uno reinstated as assistant housing officer at the UC Medical School. Related material.

Box 33

Application for Administration Analyst III position with the Health Policy Program at UCSF. Material about the reinstatement.

Box 33

Newsclippings, petition article, correspondence, etc.

Box 33

Miscellaneous supportive material, newsclippings, etc.

Box 34

Dismissal hearing held on June 6 & 7, 1973. Cassettes.

Box 34

Dismissal appeal.

Box 34

Miscellaneous about appeal.

Box  [34-35]

B. Assistant Dean of Students, Medical Center

Box 34

Synapse, UCSF. vol.17 no.2 (October 13, 1972).

Note

Uno discussing a Japanese-American experience
Box 34

Handouts received from Management Development Institute at UCSF.

Box 35

Effective Supervisory Practices, a program held at UCSF Medical Center.

Box 35

The regional hiring practice of the Office of Education.

Box 35

Official documents of UCSF.

Box 35

Presidential Commission on Long-Range Planning. Proposal.

Box 35

Memories of Uno as Operations Manager at UCSF.

Box 35

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 35

Governmental correspondence.

Box  [36-38 and Oversize Box 118]

Wartime Evacuation

Box  [36]

A. S.I. Hayakawa Controversy

Box 36

Hayakawa '76 Concentration Camps.

Note

Reactions to Hayakawa's comments on concentration camps.
Box 36

Miscellaneous material about relocation centers and S.I. Hayakawa controversy.

Box 36

Relocation camps and S.I. Hayakawa.

Box 36

Ethnic studies at SFSC and Hayakawa.

Box  [36]

B. Protest Movement Against Earl Warren

Box 36

Earl Warren's words about Japanese Americans.

Box 36

The case of Warren.

Box 36

Journal articles about relocation and Earl Warren.

Box 36

Conversation with Earl Warren on September 13, 1969. Cassette.

Box  [36]

C. Proposition 14

Box 36

Miscellaneous material.

Box  [36-38 and Oversize Box 118]

D. Other

Box 36

Crystal City internment camp.

Box 36

Shirley Barshay's articles about relocation center and Japanese Americans.

Box 37

Relocation. Clippings.

Box 37

Evacuation. Paper, 1975.

Box 37

Crystal City, Texas. 1975.

Box 37

National Archives and Records Service.

Box 37

Maritime Conference. Steering Committee, Institute on Asian Maritime Contribution to the Pacific, 1975.

Box 37

Evacuation instructions. Mimeographic copies.

Box 37

Tule Lake Plaque, 1974. JACL/Manzanar Committee.

Box 37

Evacuation. Newsclippings.

Box 37

Evacuation documents.

Box 37

Gila River Relocation Center.

Box 37

Camp pictures from the U.S. Archives and Records Service.

Box 37

Preliminary inventories. Records of the War Relocation Authority (WRA).

Box 37

Nisei: Americans Once Removed. Photo exhibit arranged by Bob Nakamura at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Box 37

Relocations.

Box 37

Miscellaneous material about relocation and civil rights.

Box 37

Miye Mae Murakami, relocationer vs Dean Acheson, Secretary of State, regarding citizenship.

Box 38

Evacuation and relocation. Cassettes.

Box 38

Photocopies of wartime evacuation.

Box 38

Appeal to obtain evacuation redress--JACL.

Oversize Box 118

Behind Barbed Wire - California Historical Society posters.

Oversize Box 118

Afro American Institute poster - U.S. concentration camps - Tule Lake & El Reno.

Box  [38-48]

Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) Activities

Box  [38-41]

A. Organizational And Documentary Papers

Box 38

Miscellaneous leaflets about JACL Human Relations Trainers Workshop, and San Francisco Grand Jury.

Box 38

H.E.W.--Japanese American Profile--JACL.

Box 38

JACL--Film strips.

Box 38

Education Committee--Kathy (Material about JACL when Katherine Rayes was in the charge).

Box 38

Ethnic Concern Committee.

Box 38

Newsclippings.

Boxes 39 & 40

Miscellaneous material.

Box 39

Berkeley Chapter--Travel program; recommendation letters; conference attendance, books on relocation.

Box 39

Publications of JACL.

Box 39

JACL convention.

Box 39

Ethnic Heritage Project.

Box 39

Miscellaneous, 1969.

Box 39

JACL convention, 1972.

Box 39

JACL/American Issues Forum.

Box 40

Miscellaneous material, 1974.

Box 40

Chicago convention, July 1970.

Box 40

Chicago San Francisco Liberation (23rd Biennial National JACL Convention, 1974).

Box 40

Chicago convention reports.

Boxes 40 & 41

Miscellaneous matters.

Box 41

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 41

National convention--Sacramento, June 1976.

Box 41

JACL publications; matter about whale.

Box 41

Coro Foundation--Amy T. Doi.

Box 41

Testimonial Committee--Honorable William M. Marutani (Judge).

Box 41

CIC/JACL meeting minutes.

Box 41

Miscellaneous material about JACL and Asian American studies.

Box 41

Recognition Committee, 1976--Memorandum and minutes.

Box  [41-42]

B. Bay Area Chapter

Box 41

Duplicate copies of The Bay Leaf about JACL.

Box 41

Bay Area Community Chapter.

Box 42

San Francisco Chapter.

Box 42

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 42

Miscellaneous material.

Box 42

Minutes of meetings.

Box  [42-45]

C. Title II Repealing

Box 42

Readings of Title II.

Box 42

Abner J. Mikva--A supporter of Title II.

Box 42

The Emergency Detention Act.

Box 42

Printed matter.

Box 43

News articles.

Box 43

Press clippings.

Box 43

Congressional record of HR. 234, 1971.

Box 43

Campaign, 1971.

Box 43

Repeal campaign.

Box 43

Detention camp.

Box 44

Raymond Y. Okamura of JACL National Headquarters.

Box 44

Miscellaneous material.

Box 44

Appeal to obtain evacuation redress.

Box 44

Evacuation commemoration--Resolutions.

Box 44

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 44

Summer 1970 of Internal Security Act.

Box 44

Fall 1970.

Box 45

1968-69.

Box 45

Spring 1970.

Box 45

Correspondence.

Box 45

Reprinted material.

Box 45

Title II repeal--History of legislation.

Box  [45-46]

D. Manzanar Pilgrimage And Publicity

Box 45

Still photos.

Box 45

Manzanar and other visitings (Tule Lake).

Box 45

Pilgrimage event.

Box 45

Landmark campaign, 1972.

Box 46

Duplicate copies of article Manzanar.

Box 46

Farewell to Manzanar--photographs.

Box 46

Farewell to Manzanar press clippings, 1976.

Box 46

Manuscripts--Draft (Manzanar documentary).

Box 46

Farewell to Manzanar--A photo exhibit.

Box  [46]

E. Hiroshima-Nagasaki (Sansei Project)

Box 46

Film about the bomb explosion in Japan of World War II.

Box 46

Miscellaneous material.

Box 46

Renting of the films about Hiroshima-Nagasaki.

Box  [47]

F. Whale Conservation Movement

Box 47

JACL Whale Issue Committee and the whale conservation movement.

Box  [47-48]

G. Other JACL Activities

Box 47

Alcatraz Indians (The aid of Japanese Americans to help Indians camping at Alcatraz).

Box 47

JACL health insurance plan--California Physicians' Service.

Box 47

San Francisco JACL Credit Union.

Box 47

Student loans.

Box 47

Miscellaneous papers.

Box 48

Bank campaign, 1969 (Federally insured student loans).

Box 48

Sansei project X checking account.

Box 48

Japan Airlines summer fellowship.

Box 48

Committee for Internment Credit of JACL.

Box 48

The Committee, 1975-76.

Box  [48-56]

Other Organizational Affiliations

Box  [48-49]

A. California Historical Society

Box 48

Handouts.

Boxes 48 & 49

Miscellaneous matters.

Box 49

Memorandum.

Box 49

Introduction draft to Executive Order 9066.

Box 49

Miscellaneous material.

Box  [50]

B. Japanese American Curriculum Project (JACP)

Box 50

Miscellaneous material.

Box 50

Preparatory information about the meeting of JACP at San Mateo.

Box 50

Book lists.

Box 50

Grant proposals.

Box 50

Multicultural Awareness Project.

Box 50

Proposals for the funding of JACP.

Box 50

Miscellaneous material, 1972.

Box 50

Prejudice in America--The Japanese American program.

Box  [50]

C. Community Coalition for Media Change

Box 50

Correspondence.

Box 50

Miscellaneous material about the Company.

Box  [50-52]

D. San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD)

Box 50

San Francisco Asian American Education Task Force (Activity records).

Box 51

Textbook lists.

Box 51

Meister outline (Bibliographies and experimental material on Asian experience in America submitted to SFUSD).

Box 51

San Francisco Japanese American Workshop.

Box 52

The Japanese Experience in America (Published by the SFUSD).

Box  [52-54]

E. Far West Laboratory for Educational Research And Development

Boxes 52 & 53

Miscellaneous matters.

Box 52

Personal Committee Meeting--Agenda.

Box 52

Miscellaneous handouts.

Box 52

Board of Directors.

Box 52

Personnel information.

Box 53

Board of Directors, 1973.

Box 54

Miscellaneous materials.

Box  [55-56]

F. Other Organizational Affiliations

Box 55

Northern California Asian American Education Council--Minutes.

Box 55

Records of Multi-Ethnic Planning Meetings, National Institute of Education.

Box 55

Multi-Culture Institute, 1975.

Box 55

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Box 55

San Francisco Citizens Charter Revision Committee.

Box 55

Printed material about Visual Communications Committee.

Box 55

Nisei Voters League of San Francisco.

Box 55

California Democratic Council.

Box 55

Asian American Studies Planning Group--Memorandum.

Box 56

Committee for Internment Credit.

Box 56

NISEI Retirement Planning Conference--November 19-20, 1973, San Francisco, California.

Box 56

American Council Liberties Union of Northern California--Minutes notes.

Box 56

Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, 1975.

Box 56

Urban And Rural Systems Associates--Memorandum.

Box 56

Community Dispute Services of the American Arbitration Association.

Box 56

Asian Law Caucus, Inc.--Asian Legal Council.

Box 56

Center for Resources on Institutional Oppression (CRIO), YWCA.

Box 56

ACLU of North California, 1974.

Box  [57-63]

Grand Jury

Box  [57-59]

A. City And County of San Francisco

Box 57

Proposed Grand Jury Manual (Submitted by Review and Procedures Committee of Santa Clara County Grand Jury).

Box 57

Case about the death of an Mexican American named Danny Trevino.

Box 57

Grand Jury, 1974.

Box 57

Newsclippings and related materials about Grand Jury.

Box 57

Badge inquires (Grand Jury Star).

Box 58

Request for Grand Jury Badges.

Box 58

Star Badge--Mailing list and inquiries.

Box 58

Miscellaneous copies.

Box 58

Grand Jury Committee on the Human Rights Commission.

Box 58

Reports from San Francisco Police Department and Grand Jury.

Box 59

Miscellaneous materials.

Box 59

Letters cases.

Box 59

Newsclippings.

Box 59

File, 1970.

Box 59

News articles.

Box 59

Miscellaneous publications about Grand Jury and civil rights; Grand Jury reports, 1969.

Box 59

Grand Jury reports.

Box 59

Grand Jury, 1970.

Box  [60-61]

B. Reform Movement

Box 60

Miscellaneous materials.

Box 60

Grand Jury & sheriff--7 charges against the 1973 San Francisco Grand Jury.

Box 60

Clippings, correspondence, 1976.

Box 60

Newsclippings about Edison Uno as a Grand Juror.

Box 60

Alameda County Grand Jury, 1970 (Comments from 5 Alameda County Grand Jurors).

Box 60

Correspondence between Uno and government officers regarding Grand Jury Reform.

Box 60

Research on Grand Jury.

Box 61

Miscellaneous criticism on Uno and the Grand Jury.

Box 61

Criticism on Uno's unexpected visit to the Hall of Justice and the county jail.

Box 61

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Uno as a Grand Juror.

Box 61

Miscellaneous correspondence for or against Uno's performance as a Grand Juror.

Box 61

Grand Jury--Ad Hoc Committee (Earle Roger's negative comments on Uno).

Box 61

Police Department complaint, June 1970.

Box 61

Harry manual--Cases before federal Grand Jury.

Box 61

Coalition to end Grand Jury abuse, 1975.

Box  [61-63]

C. San Francisco Committee on Crime

Box 61

Miscellaneous materials; reports of the Committee, the California Criminal Justice System, Police Department etc.; pamphlets.

Box 62

Miscellaneous reports.

Box 62

Reprinted copies of the San Francisco Committee on Crime's report on the criminal courts.

Box 62

Replies from the Public Defender Edward T. Mancuso to the Committee concerning the office administration.

Box 62

Appointment documents from Mayor Joseph Alioto to the Committee.

Box 62

Staff Report to the San Francisco Citizens Charter Revision Committee.

Box 63

Crime Commissioner--Edison Uno.

Box  [63-71]

Japanese American Community

Box  [63-66]

A. Protest Activities

 

1. Wendy Yoshimura defense fund.

Box 63

Newsclippings; correspondence.

Box 63

Fair Trial Fund, 1975-76.

Box 64

Fair Trial Committee, 1975-76.

Box 64

Miscellaneous materials, 1976.

Box 64

Publicity and news.

Box 64

Package of badges Fair Trial for Wendy Yoshimura.

 

2. Tokyo Rose (Iva Toguri) event.

Box 65

Iva Toguri, 1976 (A young Japanese American trapped in Japan during World War II Tokyo Rose case).

Box 65

Miscellaneous materials on Iva Toguri--Tokyo Rose case, 1976.

 

3. JACL book title Nisei: The Quiet American.

Box 66

Nisei: The Quiet American--Protest campaign, 1969.

Box 66

Quiet Americans--JACL history book.

 

4. Other.

Box 66

Japanese American Committee for Proposition One.

Box 66

Newsweek magazine protest, 1971 (Protest against a Newsweek article Success Story? Outwhiting the Whites).

Box 66

Time magazine, January 31, 1969 (Protest).

Box 66

California government and politics protest campaign.

Box 66

Newsclippings about John Wilson's Jap at Senate Watergate Hearing (Racial slur statement against Senator Daniel K. Inouye by attorney John Wilson during Watergate hearing).

Box 66

Agnew--Newsclippings.

Box  [67-71]

B. Newsclippings, Personal Correspondence And Related Materials

Box 67

Japan-U.S. (Japanese influence upon the United States).

Box 67

A collection of essays and articles about the Japanese American experience.

Box 67

Mainland friends of Sparkey & Patsy--Senior Inouye Dinner (Newsclippings).

Box 67

Local political involvement of Nisei.

Box 67

Miscellaneous correspondence with communities.

Box 67

Things from Charles S. Yamamoto, 1975.

Box 67

Japanese Americans in North America.

Box 68

Japanese police force.

Box 68

Japanese community contacts.

Box 68

Bibliography of Japanese American resources.

Box 68

Proposal for Asian American Mental Health Research Center entitled Japanese American Historical Archive.

Box 68

Exercise sheets in Community in Change.

Box 68

Hyde St. Pier Advisory Committee (Concerning the California Street Marifine Historical Park at Hyde Street).

Boxes 68-70

Miscellaneous newsclippings.

Box 68

Hagiwara Tea Garden (A Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Part founded by the Hagiwara family).

Box 68

Dr. Kazue Togasaki (A Nisei woman physician).

Box 69

Newsclippings about the Japanese American community.

Box 69

Japanese investment in the U.S.--Newsclippings.

Box 69

Newsclippings, 1976.

Box 69

Japanese Salvation Army Building Redress Committee, 1976.

Box 69

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 69

Clippings about Japanese Americans.

Box 69

Correspondence with Contemporary Research Inc. and Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA).

Box 69

Telephone number notes, personal letters, etc.

Box 69

Ken/Butterick/Schlang collection--Fashion design.

Box 70

Nisei and their legal, political situation, etc.

Box 70

Corregidor: Isle of Delusion by Kazumaro Uno--Reprinted copy.

Box 70

Miscellaneous materials.

Box 70

White House--The Nixon administration and the Japanese Americans.

Box 71

Miscellaneous materials about tea garden, Citizens Advisory Committee (Desegregation and integration).

Box 71

Judo--Newsclippings.

Box 71

Dr. Russell We Hara's contribution to Endowment Fund--Publicity matter.

Box 71

Japanese Americans--A draft.

Box 71

George Ariyoshi (Honolulu governor)--Newsclippings.

Box 71

Duplicate copies of Karl G. Yoneda's 100 Years of Japanese Labor in U.S.A..

Box 71

Reports and catalogs about Asian American Studies.

Box 71

Nisei Committee on United States-Japan Relations.

Box  [71]

C. Campaign Activities

Box 71

Tamaras Campaign, 1965.

Box 71

Presidential Campaign Committee for Jimmy Carter.

Box 71

Jack Morrison's Mayor Campaign Committee for George R. Moscone at San Francisco.

Box 71

Campaign activities of Senator Peter Tamaras for the position of Supervisor of San Francisco Board of Supervisors, 1976.

Box  [71-78, 120 & 121 and Oversize Box 119]

Documents for Consultation

Box  [71-76, 120 & 121 and Oversize Box 119]

A. With Organizations on the Japanese American Experience

Boxes 71-72

1. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.

Box 71

Correspondence with McGraw-Hill concerning Multi-Ethnic Guidelines for Publishing.

Box 71

McGraw-Hill manuscript--Japanese American Study.

Box 72

Extra copies of manuscripts.

Box 72

Consultant on manuscript Japanese Americans, 1970.

Box 72

Chinese American History by Alan Wong--draft.

Box 72

2. U.S. Department of Health, Education And Welfare.

Box 72

Memorandum to Asian American Communities from the Department.

Box 72

Reader Office of Education, 1974.

Box 72

Regional Office of the Department.

Box 72

3. KQED TV production of Subversion.

Box 72

SUBVERSION?--A documentary film produced by Barry Brown.

Box 72

Comments from the public and the students on the film.

Boxes 72-73, 120 & 121

4. NBC TV production of documentary Guilty: By Reason of Race.

Box 72

Publicity and response.

Box 73

NBC script.

Box 73

Evacuation documentary--Miyuki Mochida Hirano.

Box 73

Miscellaneous newsclippings.

Box 120

Public response.

Physical Description: (newsclippings)
Box 121

Public response.

Physical Description: (letters)
Boxes 73-76 & 120 and Oversize Box 119

California Historical Society traveling photo exhibit of Executive Order 9066 and its related materials.

Box 73

Executive Order 9066 published by the California Historical Society.

Box 73

Exhibition of Executive Order 9066.

Box 73

Duplicate copies of California Historical Courier.

Box 74

Printed materials.

Box 74

Advertising brochures.

Boxes 75 & 76

Miscellaneous materials.

Box 75

National Reparations Campaign Committee, 1976.

Box 75

Reparations.

Box 75

Reparations resolution--JACL.

Box 75

Epilogue to Executive Order 9066--Korematsu decision.

Box 75

Evacuation reparations.

Box 75

Kilsoo Haan--Letters.

Box 75

Newsclippings.

Box 76

Exhibit.

Box 76

Reprinted copy of A Brief History of the Internment Under Executive Order 9066.

Box 76

Relocation camp--Photos.

Oversize Box 119

Photographic exhibit Executive Order 9066.

Physical Description: (scrapbook)
Box 120

Photographic exhibit Executive Order 9066, 1973--Public comments.

Box 76

6. Numerous TV films and radio programs on Japanese American experience.

Box 76

NBC News--Television show of Asian Americans and Uno family.

Box 76

A Reason to Remember--Japanese American documentary, 1974.

Box 76

Pontiac Ventura TV commercial--Minorities.

Box 76

7. Other.

Box 76

Correspondence with Encyclopedia Britannica about materials on Japanese.

Box 76

Miscellaneous leaflets of Japanese American organizations.

Box 76

Teachers guide of Japanese American curriculum--project in cooperation with Multi-Media Productions, Inc.

Box 76

Evaluation of a curriculum project used by Seattle Public School.

Box 76

Appeal to Mayor Alioto for reappointing Dr. Caurel Glass to the San Francisco Board of Education.

Box 76

A representative of the Silver Burdett Project Aware Advisory Council (Evaluation of the instructional material about ethnic groups published by Silver Burdett Co.).

Box  [77-78]

B. With Books--Promotions And Controversies on the Asian American Experience

 

1. The Untold Story.

Box 77

Japanese American Curriculum Project (JACP)--Yoshiwara's The Untold Story.

Box 77

JACP Untold Story.

Box 77

Japanese American: The Untold Story--Publicity.

Box 77

Duplicate copies of California State Commission's Rejecting the Untold Story as a Textbook.

Box 77

Miscellaneous materials.

Box 77

Miscellaneous correspondence; newsclippings.

 

2. Years of Infamy.

Box 78

Book reviews of Michi N. Weglyn's Years of Infamy.

Box 78

Miscellaneous matters.

 

3. Other.

Box 78

H.L. Kitano's Japanese Americans: The Evolution for a Sub-Culture.

Box 78

Steve Nakajo's Asian Studies Assignment--Textbook review, 1970.

Box 78

Textbook evaluations, 1974.

Box 78

Milton Murayama's All I Asking For Is My Body--Evaluations, 1975.

Box 78

The Challenge of America--Textbook issue.

Box 78

Anne Fisher's Exile of a Race--Comments and reviews.

Box 78

The Great Betrayal--Promotions (Saling project by MacMillan).

Box 78

Prejudice, War & the Constitution--Bank statements of saling; book reviews, etc.

Box  [79-81]

Biographical Materials

Box  [79]

A. Personal Writings

Box 79

Diary dated from July 3, 1974 to August 27, 1974.

Box 79

What Price? `Success And Acceptance' --An article.

Box 79

Tule Lake Disturbance--An article and its reprinted copies.

Box 79

Papers on immigration.

Box 79

Columns of Pacific Citizen, 1976.

Box 79

Evacuation--Articles.

Box 79

Article on Asian Americans of Trend magazine, 1973.

Box  [79-80]

B. Speeches And Presentations

Box 79

Speeches at conferences.

Box 79

Lecture given at the University of Hawaii on Executive Order 9066, March 1976.

Box 79

Model proposals.

Box 80

Miscellaneous matters.

Box 80

Cassette tapes of Uno's lectures given at the University of Lethbridge, Canada.

Box  [80]

C. Honors And Awards

Box 80

Income Tax fight--Evacuation Claims Award, 1962.

Box 80

ACLU--Alexander Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Award.

Box 80

University of California, San Francisco--Chancellor's Public Service Award, 1972.

Box 80

San Francisco Bar Association--Liberty Bell Award, 1972.

Box 80

San Francisco Examiner--The Most Distinguished Ten, 1973.

Box 80

Miscellaneous resumés.

Box 80

Kirkwood Award, 1974.

Box  [81]

D. Other Biographical Materials

Box 81

Employment notices.

Box 81

Personal files.

Box 81

Newsclippings.

Box 81

Hate mail addressed to Uno, 1968-75.

Box 81

Job resumé, 1969.

Box 81

Employment prospects and information.

Box 81

Biography; publicity.

Box 81

Identification cards.

Box  [82-99]

Other

Box  [82-83]

A. Newsclippings (miscellaneous on various subjects)

Box  [84-89]

B. Correspondence

 

1. With mass media.

Box 84

Public media correspondence--TV, Radio, Newspaper.

Box 84

Media contacts.

Box 84

Publishers.

 

2. With academic world.

Box 84

Various universities.

Box 84

Various editors.

Box 84

Office of Education Region IX, 1976.

Box 84

Various schools and organizations.

 

3. Government figures.

Box 85

Miscellaneous political correspondence.

Box 85

1977 Inaugural Committee's invitation to President Carter's inauguration.

Box 85

In-coming governmental correspondence.

Boxes 85-89

4. Miscellaneous.

Box 87

Miscellaneous correspondence, ca. 1966-1976.

Box  [90]

C. Mailing Lists

Box 90

Miscellaneous lists.

Box 90

Mailing labels, 1972.

Box 90

Mailing lists of Nisei.

Box  [90-99 and Oversize Box 118]

D. Miscellaneous Materials

Boxes 90-99

Book order, lecture outline, scratch paper, table calendar, etc.

Oversize Box 118

Gerald Ford proclamation, 2/19/76.

Box  [100-116]

Non-Manuscript Materials

Box  [100-109]

A. Monographs

Boxes 100-109

On education, ethnic studies, minority groups, civil rights, local history, etc.

Box  [110-113]

B. Periodicals And Newspapers

 

California Historical Quarterly. 20 vols. September 1971-Summer 1977.

 

California Historical Society Notes.

 

The Civil Liberties Review.

Physical Description: 5 vols.
 

Civil Rights Digest.

Physical Description: 4 vols.
 

Bridge.

Physical Description: 11 vols.
Box  [114]

C. Pamphlets

 

On evacuation publicity, etc.

Box  [115-116 and Oversize Box 118]

D. Magnetic Tapes And Photographs

Box 115

Jay-KFRS-Jan Yanahiro, August 1974; Dale Shimazaki; A conversation with Earl Warren, September 13 1969; unknown tape.

Box 115

Photographs and letters from Congressman Phillip Burton.

Box 115

Photos--Workshop, banquet, exhibition, lectures, etc.

Box 115

Photographs of Chicago Judo--Yudansha-Kai officers.

Box 115

Photos--Judo Black Belt Association at Northern California.

Box 115

Photos--Relocation centers.

Box 115

Photos--Title II Repealing.

Box 115

Photos--Lecturing at Western Addition Library, San Francisco.

Box 115

Photos--Lecturing at San Mateo College.

Box 116

Photos--Relocation centers, Manzanar pilgrimage.

Box 116

Photos--Judo.

Box 116

Unknown photos.

Box 116

Photos--12th Biennial National JACL Convention, June 26-30, 1952, San Francisco; 6th Annual Crystal City picnic August 1963, Los Angeles.

Box 116

Photos--Festival of food bazaar.

 

Note

No box 117.
Oversize Box 118

Photo--Amache reunion.