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Box: 1

WRA Materials & Tri-State High School Staff Materials

Box: 1

I.  WRA Materials

Box-folder 1.1

"Questions & Answers for Evacuees" (n.d.; ca May 1942)

Box-folder 1.2

"Second Quarterly Report of the War Relocation Authority, Jul 1 to Sep 30, 1942"

Box-folder 1.3

Philip M. Glick, WRA Solicitor to Elmer L. Shirrell, Dir., Tule Lake (9-29-42) [re Bill to take away J-A citizenship]

Box-folder 1.4

Announcement of pending opening of Tule Lake Co-op Store (F1942)

Box-folder 1.5

Community Analysis Report No. 1: John Embree. "Dealing w/ Japanese Americans" (Oct 1942)

Box-folder 1.6

Elmer L. Shirrell, Dir. Tule Lake to Staff (10-2-42) [re use of such terms as "Camp"]

Box-folder 1.7

"Registration Notice [of all persons over 17 at Tule Lake]" (Feb 1943)

Box-folder 1.8

"Questions & answers concerning the Niseis & the draft" (n.d.; ca Feb 1943)

Box-folder 1.9

Community Analysis Report No. 4: "Notes on Japanese holidays" (Apr 1943)

Box-folder 1.10

"Relocation of Japanese Americans" (May 1943)

Box-folder 1.11

"Key personnel in Segregation" (ca June 1943)

Box-folder 1.12

"The segregation program: A statement for appointed personnel in WRA Centers" (Jun 1943)

Box-folder 1.13

"The Japanese problem after the War" (n.d.; ca July 1943)

Box-folder 1.14

"Segregation of persons of Japanese ancestry in the Tule Lake Relocation Center" (Aug 1943)

Box-folder 1.15

"Report of sentiment among segregated high school students" (n.d.; ca Aug 1943)

Box-folder 1.16

Press release re "uprising" of 11-4-43

Box-folder 1.17

"Report of the Spanish Consul" (12-13-43)

Box-folder 1.18

WRA forms: 1) Application for Leave Clearance [2]; Stmt. of US Citizenship

Box-folder 1.19

"The Tule Lake WRA Center Information Bulletin" (2-12-44)

Box-folder 1.20

"The Tule Lake WRA Center Information Bulletin" (2-22-44)

Box-folder 1.21

"Report of work done by Mrs. Marguerite Cook from the time of Segregation..." (n.d.; ca Feb 1944)

Box-folder 1.22

[Tule Lake Center] "Bulletin No. 2: Information Bulletin" (1-10-45)

Box-folder 1.23

"Education Program in War Relocation Centers" (2-1-45)

Box-folder 1.24

"Special Project Regulations" (3-16-45)

Box-folder 1.25

"Instructions for persons desiring to return to Hawaii at government expense" (n.d.; ca Aug 1945)

Box-folder 1.26

Tule Lake Center final press release (5-4-46)

Box-folder 1.27

Marguerite Cook. Untitled memoir of segregation period (n.d.; 1946)

Box-folder 1.28

"Notes on Repatriation" (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.29

Tule Lake Center General Information Bulletins [2] (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.30

"When you leave the Relocation Center" (n.d.)

Box-folder 1.31

Questionnaire & misc. notes [Guy Cook's?] on specific Repatriates (n.d.)

Box: 1

II.  Tri-State High School Staff Materials

Box-folder 1.32

Guy Cook, Vice Principal [& other staff]---Incoming Business Correspondence

Box-folder 1.32

Frank Hopper, Hopper & Walker Growers & Shippers, Weiser ID (12-9-42) [thanks for assistance of 3 boys: Leo Hayashi, Thomas Hayashi & James Takano w/ potato harvest]

Box-folder 1.32

Betty Emlen, Natl. Japanese American Student Relocation Council (3-8-43) [re Mabel Sugiyama who feels obligated to remain w/ parents in Center]

Box-folder 1.32

Arthur Ramey (7-29-43) [re Mrs. Jaderquist]

Box-folder 1.32

Trudy King, Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council to Janus Kurahara (1-10-44)

Box-folder 1.32

M.P. Gunderson, Principal to R.R. Best, Dir. (5-31-44) [re difficulty w/ Army guards over passes for teachers]

Box-folder 1.32

N. Akinaga to Mary C. Durkin, Prin., El. School (11-24-44) [excuses school absence]

Box-folder 1.32

Dorothy Yamauchi, Natl. J-A Student Relocation Council (9-7-45 & 9-9-45) [request for info on Yoshito Osaki; incl. J-ASRC loan application form]

Box-folder 1.32

Charles S. Morris, President, San Mateo Junior College (3-25-46) [re diploma of a Mr. Takashita]

Box-folder 1.32

James Tanihana (n.d.) [requests to be excused from school because pants are ripped]

Box-folder 1.33

Guy Cook, Vice Principal [& other staff]---Outgoing Business Correspondence

Box-folder 1.33

Martin P. Gunderson, Principal to Mrs. E.T. Hale (2-15-43) [answers request for info about Center schools from PTA official]

Box-folder 1.33

To R.R. Best, Dir. (11-15-43) [stmt. of loyalty to Best following "uprising"]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Shig Iyama (12-7-44) [notification of forwarding senior class ring to Topaz Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness to Shig Iyama (12-26-44) [notification of forwarding diploma to Topaz Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Katherine Yamashita (12-27-44) [notification of forwarding diploma to Rohwer Center]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M. Harkness, Supt. Educ. to Engravers Corp., LA (6-19-45) [re return of Tri-State High School pins due to mix-up on order]

Box-folder 1.33

K.M.H. to Ben Yoshioka (6-27-45) [notification of forwarding diploma to Chicago]

Box-folder 1.33

To Whom It May Concern (12-6-45) [letter of recommendation for Wataru Goishi]

Box-folder 1.33

To the Master Engravers, Portland OR (12-7-45) [letter requesting cash back for failure to deliver graduation caps & gowns]

Box-folder 1.33

To Tom Kishaba (1-3-46) [re Physics credit for Shig Kishiyama]

Box-folder 1.33

To Michiye Taira (1-5-46) [cover letter w/ final check for secretary]

Box-folder 1.34

Education Staff Lists

Box-folder 1.34

High School Teachers (7-7-43) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Assignments of Class "C" Teachers for the summer period

Box-folder 1.34

Assignments of assistants for the summer

Box-folder 1.34

High School Staff, August [incl. Clerical Workers, Asst. Teachers, Student Teachers; 4 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Roll Sheet [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

List of Staff w/ pay rates [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

"Daily Time Report" [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.34

Cover sheet inscr. "Total List of Colonist Employees as of 3-31-44"

Box-folder 1.35

Teacher Narratives of Tule Lake experience

Box-folder 1.35

Carper, Madelon Counselor (11-1-45) [5 l.] [re "Japanese school"]

Box-folder 1.35

Collins, Lucille Latin (n.d.) [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Dunbar, Elsie S. English (8-30-45) [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Green, B. Raymond ? (n.d.) [1 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Lisle, Leda R. Soc. Stud. (1-4-46) [handwritten; 5 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Long, Mrs. Business (n.d.) [handwritten; 2 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Opland, Wm. F. Math (8-24-45) [4 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Palonis, Estelle V. English (ca 8-45) [13 l.] [re language problems]

Box-folder 1.35

Parton, Leathel Journalism (n.d.) [handwritten; 3 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Phillips, Dorothy Art (6-45) [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.35

Simkins, Inez C. English (8-30-45) [handwritten; 5 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

Student Records

Box-folder 1.36

"M. Cook (D. Keikoan) Grade 7 Roll" [handwritten] [Marguerite Cook]

Box-folder 1.36

"Candidates for July Graduation" (6-4-43) [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"Mid-Year Graduates (December-April)" [1 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"November Graduates (Boys)" [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"November Graduates (Girls)" [3 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

"List of Graduates" [2 l.]

Box-folder 1.36

Transcripts of Yoshito Osaki [3 copies] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 1.36

Personality assessment of Yoshito Osaki [by G. Cook; 3 l.] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 1.37

Teacher Handbooks

Box-folder 1.37

"Proposed Curriculum Procedures for Japanese Relocation Centers" (Su 1942)

Box-folder 1.37

"Handbook of Child Accounting Records, Tri State H. S." (9-42) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.37

"Cumulative Record, Tri-State H. S." (3-43) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.37

"Handbook of Procurement of Supplies & Eqpt., Tri-State H.S." (3-43)

Box-folder 1.37

"Teacher's Handbook of School Procedure, Tri-State H. S." (1-25-44)

Box-folder 1.38

Map of Tri-State H.S.

Box: 1

III.  School Materials from Other Relocation Centers

Box-folder 1.39

Miscellany

Box-folder 1.39

Tri-State H.S. Honor Award form

Box-folder 1.39

"Confused Teachers" to G. Wellington Cook (5-25-44) [Guy W. Cook] [humorous memo re angle of windows in classrooms]

Box-folder 1.39

Mailing list former staff

Box-folder 1.39

Final Christmas Greeting from Tri-State H.S. staff (12-45) [2 copies]

Box-folder 1.39

"There once was a lady named Rene..." [humorous limerick about staff]

Box-folder 1.40

Summary Report of School Program at HEART MTN. (Wyo.) (Apr 1945)

Box-folder 1.41

ROHWER (Ark.) H.S. forms [3]

Box: 2

Nisei Student Papers (Tri-State High School, Tule Lake)

Box: 2

1942/43

Box-folder 2.1

The Tri-Stater Weekly

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 9

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 21 (6-11-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 24 (7-2-43)

Box-folder 2.1

"Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead," Senior Edition (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Vol. I, No. 25 (7-13-43)

Box-folder 2.1

Tri-State H.S. [Tule Lake CA]---Student election sample ballot, n.d.

Box-folder 2.2

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.2

Farewell Social (3-24-43)[Mr. & Mrs. Wilder, Mr. & Mrs. Walker, Miss Rose Katagiri, Miss Yoshiko Suzuki, Miss Ruby Sugasawa]

Box-folder 2.2

Bride & Groom Reception (4-18-43?)

Box-folder 2.2

Junior Prom (6-25-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Senior Ball (7-9-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Baccalaureate Service (7-11-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Girls Glee Club & Band (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.2

The First Commencement (7-16-43)

Box-folder 2.2

Farewell Party (7-24-43) [Mr. & Mrs. A.G. Ramey]

Box-folder 2.2

Sketches of Washington D.C. monuments and of a letter carrier (7-24-43?)

Box-folder 2.2

Scholarship Fund Dance (9-1-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.3

Sawada, Akio, "I Am A Sign," English assignment (1-11-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Misuire, Kiyano, "I Am A Sign," English assignment (1-12-43)

Box-folder 2.3

Noji, Toru, "The Japanese Problem," Sociology assignment (4-27-43)

Box-folder 2.3

"Our Dog Book" (April 1943) [sketches and stories prepared by 7th graders]

Box-folder 2.4

Chizuko Ishida. "The Kanaka Carnival" (4-30-43) [Chizuko Ishida]

Box-folder 2.5

"Tri-State High School Handbook" [edited by the Journalism class] (4-30-43)

Box-folder 2.6

"Senior Edition" (7-12-43)

Box-folder 2.7

Graduation Addresses

Box-folder 2.7

Enomoto, Jiro (1943) [4 copies] [Jiro Enomoto]

Box-folder 2.7

Hasegawa, Ellen, "Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead" (1943) [3 copies] [Ellen Hasegawa]

Box-folder 2.7

Kageta, Sadame, "Your Job and Mine" (1943) [5 copies] [Sadame Kageta]

Box-folder 2.7

Ohmura, Paul (1943) [4 copies] [Paul Ohmura]

Box-folder 2.7

Sugiyama, Andrew (1943) [3 copies] [Andrew Sugiyama]

Box-folder 2.8

"Aquila" [yearbook; 2 copies]

Box: 2

1943/44

Box-folder 2.9

The Tri-Stater Weekly

Box-folder 2.9

Vol. II, No. 18 (8-25-44)

Box-folder 2.9

"Archive," Senior Edition (1944)

Box-folder 2.10

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.10

Farewell Party by Junior Problems Class (4-1-44) [Mr. & Mrs. Johnson]

Box-folder 2.10

Farewell Party (4-5-44) [2 copies] [Mr. & Mrs. Johnson]

Box-folder 2.10

Junior "Get-Acquainted Social" (4-22-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Spring Festival (4-29-44) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.10

Sophomore Frolic (5-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior & Senior Ball (6-3-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Freshman Social (6-10-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Problems Class Play "Friday Afternoon Composition" (6-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Problems Program (6-13-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Commencement (6-16-44)

Box-folder 2.10

National Honor Society of Secondary Schools Charter (6-20-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Senior Hi-Y Banquet (7-17-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Commencement (11-24-44)

Box-folder 2.10

Baccalaureate Service (1944)

Box-folder 2.10

Junior Class Basketball Team Roster (1944)

Box-folder 2.11

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.11

Matsumoto, Yorimi, "Culture Bias" (1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Graduation Addresses

Box-folder 2.12

Cook, Guy (ca 1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Furuzawa, Mae (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Ishida, Mac Chuichiro (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Kajihara, Harry, "Imagination" (1944)

Box-folder 2.12

Miyakoda, Masa (1944) [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.12

Sasajima, Florence (1944) [4 copies]

Box-folder 2.13

"Aquila" [yearbook; 2 copies]

Box: 2

1944/45

Box-folder 2.14

The Tri-Stater

Box-folder 2.14

"Excelsior," Senior Edition (May 1945)

 

Senior Edition (1945)

Box-folder 2.15

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.15

Thank you note & Christmas card (Dec 1944)

Box-folder 2.15

Inaugural Ball (3-10-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Senior Ball (4-28-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Senior Banquet (4-29-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Commencement & Sample Diploma (5-4-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Sample "Honor Award" (1945)

Box-folder 2.15

Farewell Party (9-8-45) [Mr. & Mrs. Cook, Miss Morse, and Mr. & Mrs. Harkness]

Box-folder 2.15

Name Tags (ca 9-8-45) [Mr. & Mrs. Cook]

Box-folder 2.15

Mr. Cook's Memory Booklet from Farewell Party (9-8-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Mrs. Cook's Memory Booklet from Farewell Party (9-8-45)

Box-folder 2.15

General Assembly (9-14-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Baccalaureate (10-14-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Jr. High Commencement (10-15-45)

Box-folder 2.15

Class Officers Roster (1945)

Box-folder 2.16

Class Assignments

Box-folder 2.16

"The Star-Spangled Banner" (n.d.) [anonymous]

Box: 2

1945/46

Box-folder 2.17

Events---Programs, etc.

Box-folder 2.17

Sayonara Ball (ca 1946) [4 copies]

Box-folder 2.17

Plays from the Little Theater: "Enter the Hero," "Boccaccio's Untold Tale," "Elmer and the Lovebug" (ca 1946)

Box-folder 2.18

Tomi Iwasaki to Tom Clark, US Atty. Genl. (10-12-45) [re forced renunciation citizenship] [Tomi Iwasaki, Tom Clark]

Box: 2

Multiple Dates or undated

Box-folder 2.19

Student Autobiographies (1942-45) [several of these written at Rohwer Reloc. Ctr.]

Box-folder 2.19

Arima, Shig (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Hiromoto, Fred (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Hiromoto, Noriyuki (12-4-42) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Ike, Kiyoko (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Matsubara, Yoshiko (11-16/17-42)

Box-folder 2.19

Mayekawa, Takashi (1-25-43) [2 copies] ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

Nakamura, Richard (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Nakayama, Lily (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Sakamoto, Shigeo (2-9-45)

Box-folder 2.19

Sakoi, George (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Sate, Shigiru (1-26-43) ROHWER [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Shimizu, Evelyn (1-26-43)

Box-folder 2.19

Shimozaki, Nancy (11-18-42) [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Sugita, Chiyiko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Taketa, Ruby (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Tani, Toshimo (1-20-43)

Box-folder 2.19

Tsukamoto, Hideko (1-26-43) [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Tsukamoto, Toshio (n.d.) [pp. 2 & 3 only]

Box-folder 2.19

Uchida, Yukiko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Wakabayashi, Yukii (n.d.) [pp. 3-6 only] ROHWER [from San Joaquin Co.]

Box-folder 2.19

Watanabe, Kyoko (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Watariahe, Masato (1-25-42)

Box-folder 2.19

Yamamoto, Jimmy (n.d.) ROHWER

Box-folder 2.19

......, James (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous "Who Am I?" (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous [blind girl] (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous (n.d.) [partial-ripped page]

Box-folder 2.19

Anonymous (n.d.) [partial-page 4 only]

Box-folder 2.20

Ronald Hitomi. "A sketchbook on Project life at Tule Lake Center" (n.d. probably 1945) [Ronald Hitomi]

Box-folder 2.21

Events---Programs, etc. (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.21

"The Editor's Nightmare" [variety show] program

Box-folder 2.21

"Mid-Summer Social"

Box-folder 2.21

Scholarship Fund Drive poster

Box-folder 2.21

"Scholarship Fund Dance" [2 copies]

Box-folder 2.21

Faculty Follies program

Box-folder 2.21

"Mitsy Oto for Girls' Affairs" poster

Box-folder 2.21

Kazuko Mitsutome campaign poster [Kazuko Mitsutome]

Box-folder 2.21

"Student Body Secretary" campaign poster

Box-folder 2.22

Miscellaneous Creative Writing (n.d.)

Box-folder 2.22

Ronald Hitomi. "Kichi Family" [cartoon strip] [Ronald Hitomi]

Box-folder 2.22

Harry H. Kajihara. "Imagination" [poem] [Harry H. Kajihara]

Box-folder 2.23

Photos of unidentified graduates (3 b/w 2"x5"; n.d.)

Box: 3

Japanese-American Writings & Publications

Box-folder 3.1

George Yasukochi. "A study of the vocational experiences of University of California alumni of Japanese ancestry" (Sp1941)

Box-folder 3.2

Speeches by Block Administrators at HEART MTN. [Wyo.] shortly after arrival (n.d., ca 6-42)

Box-folder 3.3

"Vignette: A pictorial record...FRESNO ASSEMBLY CENTER" (10-42)

Box-folder 3.4-3.13

Camp Newspapers, 1942-1946, n.d.

Box-folder 3.4

1942

Box-folder 3.4

The Tulean Dispatch

Box-folder 3.4

"Further Action on the Tule Draft Case Dropped" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.4

"Praise Given to H.S. Students" (n.d. ca 11-42)

Box-folder 3.4

Vol. IV, No. 34 (12-22-42)

Box-folder 3.5-3.7

1943

Box-folder 3.5

The Tulean Dispatch

Box-folder 3.5

"Sgt. Fred Nishitsuji: Fight for American Ideals" (1-4-43) [Fred Nishitsuji]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 51, pp. 1-2 (1-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Yoshikawa is First Tri-State High Student Body President" (1-23-43) [Ed Yoshikawa]

Box-folder 3.5

"In Appreciation..." (1-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Nisei May Now Join U.S. Army" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Significant Date" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Voluntary Introduction is First Step in Procedure [partial]" (1-30-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Parent Advises Son to Serve County" (2-4-43) [Masami Koga]

 

"U.S. Now Accepts Nisei for Navy" (n.d. ca 2-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 70, pp. 3-4 (2-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 71, pp. 1-2 [partial] & Supplement, "Registration Rules" (2-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 72, (2-12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"A Volunteer Writes" (2-16-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 77, (2-18-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement (2-19-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Extra, "Citizen Repatriate Registration" (2-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Registration Sked [sic] for Citizens Listed" (2-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Identification for Workers" (2-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"The Wrong Ancestors is Oregonian Feature Story" (n.d. ca 2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 83, pp. 1-2 (3-1-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 86, pp. 1-2 (3-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 87, pp. 1-2 & 3-4 [partial] (3-5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 4, No. 91, pp. 1-2 [partial] (3-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Tri-Staters Contribute to War Effort" (3-10-43) [Mr. Wilder (Principal)]

Box-folder 3.5

"Soldier Sends Letter Here" (3-11-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

"Four Brothers Volunteer for Army from MINIDOKA" (3-11-43) [Sakura-Kenny, Ted, Chet, Howard]

Box-folder 3.5

"Galen Fisher Asks All Nisei to Co-operate with Army" (3-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Ex-Tulean feted by ... Taken on Sight-Seeing..." (3-19-43) [Edna Ito]

Box-folder 3.5

"Tri-State High School Credits" (3-19-43) [Kenneth W. Harkness]

Box-folder 3.5

"High Schools to Reopen Thurs." (3-22-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Now You Know, Senator" (3-23-43) [Senator Wallgren]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 1-2 (3-25-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Procedure Set-Up for Shoe Rationing" (3-26-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Project Carpenter Shop Constructs Furniture" (3-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Evacuation Denounced by Judge Denman" (4-5-43) [William Denman]

Box-folder 3.5

"School Teaching Staff Quality High" (4-8-43) [Shigeo Tenabe]

Box-folder 3.5

"Caucasian Mother of Soldier Aims to Promote Tolerance" (n.d. ca 4-8-43) [Alexander, Patricia K. of Springfield, MN]

Box-folder 3.5

"Colony Gets 16 Per Person Ration Points" (4-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Baggage Inspection for Leaving Project" (4-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Three Delegates Return from Conference in Idaho" (4-12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"CT 250 More Students" (4-15-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Let's Grab a Rake" (4-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Progress Revealed: Crowd Packs #2020 to Hear Dillon Myer" (4-17-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Easter to be Observed Atop Rock Mt." (4-17-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"467 Schools Cleared for Evacuee Students" (4-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"The Other Side: When a group of smartly..." (n.d. ca 4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Center Firemen Help Quell Tule Lake Fire" (n.d. ca Sp 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"A Man with a Winning Hand is Oliver K. Noji" (5-10-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.5

"Many Outstanding Creations Unveiled at Fashion Show" (5-14-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Our Town: Little Theater" (5-14-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5. No. 58 (5-27-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Establishment of WRA Centers Mistake-Myer" (5-28-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "This Memorial Day" (5-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Memorial Day...1943, Program" (5-29-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Business Girls Meet Saturday" (n.d. ca 5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"More About Noji Art Exhibit [cont.] (n.d. ca 5-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.5

"An artist is not a guy..." (n.d. ca 5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Koga Feted by Block 37" (n.d. ca 5-43) [Albert Koga]

Box-folder 3.5

"7 Families go to CRYSTAL CITY" (6-3-43) [Furumoto; Ishizuka; Morioka; Oshima; Sakamoto; Taketa; & Yamamoto]

Box-folder 3.5

"Boy Scouts to Form Drum, Bugle Corps" (6-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Social Slated for Service Men" (6-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 5, No. 90, pp. 1-2 & 5-6 (7-3-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Residents Warned Again: Project Must Use Less Water" [partial] (7-6-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Star Dusting" (7-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. 5-6 (7-8-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "From Bad to Worse" (7-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Follies a Hilarious Hit!" (7-9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer says Committee Stirs Public Hatred" (7-10-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Baccalaureate Services will be Held Tomorrow" (7-10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Avoid Starting New Little Tokios in Relocating" (7-15-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Graduation Program Tonight" (7-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 1-2 [partial] (7-20-43)

Box-folder 3.5

ACLU Says Evacuation Worst Invasion of Citizens Liberties'" (7-26-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Report on Segregation by Myer" (7-30-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Gives Reasons For Selecting Tule Lake" (n.d. ca 7-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Medical Detachment at Camp Shelby Wins High Praise" (n.d. ca 7-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Class of 1943" (n.d. ca 7-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 6, No. 16, pp. 1-2 (8-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Segregation Procedure Given" (8-5-43)

Box-folder 3.5

p. 5-6 (8-13-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Best's Report on Segregation Process" (n.d. ca mid-Aug 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

Supplement, "Corrections to Segregation Pamphlet" (n.d. ca mid-Aug 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "Relocate Now" (8-21-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Girls' Dean to Leave August 26" (n.d. ca 8-43) [Irene Jaderquist]

Box-folder 3.5

"All Project Schools Close" (9-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Church Services" (n.d. ca 9-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. 3-4 (9-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"On Furlough" (9-16-43) [Fred Shimizu, George Marubashi, Shintaku Katsumi, George Komure, Masao Yamamoto]

Box-folder 3.5

"Scout Meet Called, Fri." (9-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Three More Graduates Granted Scholarships" (9-16-43) [Jiro Enomoto,Mollie Yasutake, Mary Matsuda, Shigeo Nakanishi, Ellen Hasegawa, Miyoko Inouye]

Box-folder 3.5

"Impromptu" (9-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Gym is Scene of Hub-Bub as Baggage is Examined" (9-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Final Court of Honor Set"" (n.d. ca 9-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Youth Refuses to Repatriate" (10-7-43) [anonymous]

Box-folder 3.5

"The View From Castle Rock" (10-12-43) [Mickey Noguchi]

Box-folder 3.5

"Farm Accident is Fatal to TOPAZAN" (10-16-43) [Tatsuto Kashima]

Box-folder 3.5

"Twenty-Nine Farm Workers are Injured in Second Accident..." (10-16-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Loss of Farm Crops Anticipated if Negotiations Fail Today, says Best" (10-21-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Harold S. Jacoby: Internal Security" (10-23-43) [Harold S. Jacoby]

Box-folder 3.5

Japanese Section, pp. IA-IB & 2 (10-23-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Army Asks Colonists to Complete Processing" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

Editorial, "New Western Commander" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Delos C. Emmons]

Box-folder 3.5

"Segregation Inevitable" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Segregants Number 8572; GILA Tops List" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Addresses Local Residents at Ad. Area" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"Yudansha's to Organize" (n.d. ca 10-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Evacuees in Centers Discussed in Harper's" (n.d. ca 10-43) [Hugh Kiino]

Box-folder 3.5

"Language School Organized" (11-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"TOPAZ Sends Worker to Harvest Crop" (11-2-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"80 Harvesters Arrive from Two Projects, Sun" (n.d. ca early 11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Meiji Setsu Commemorated by Center" (11-4-43) [Tokio Yamane]

Box-folder 3.5

"Pop's Comments" (11-4-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Dying in more tragic circumstances..." (ca 11-7-43) [Harold D. Emerson]

Box-folder 3.5

Vol. 7. No. 26, pp. 1-2 (11-11-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Old Friends Reunited" (n.d. ca 12-43) [Tomozo Ishii; F.L. Guy]

Box-folder 3.5

"High School Purchases Co-operative Equipment" (n.d. ca 12-43)

Box-folder 3.5

"Bon odori on Saturday..." (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Comment...Tacoma News" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Council Sends Invitation to Senate Group" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Friends Meet in U.S. Army" (n.d. ca 1943) [Kazuo D. Numamoto; Shozo Saito]

Box-folder 3.5

"Los Angeles Mayor Scored in Newspaper Article" (n.d. ca 1943) [Fletcher Bowren]

Box-folder 3.5

"Myer Addresses Local Residents at Ad. Area" (n.d. ca 1943) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.5

"To Help Evacuees Reclaim Property" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.5

"Tojo Volunteers Services for United States Army" (n.d. ca 1943) [Rufus Tojo, HEART MTN]

Box-folder 3.5

"Volunteer Help Now Necessary" (n.d. ca 1943)

Box-folder 3.6

"A Tule Lake Interlude: lst Anniversary, May 27, 1942-1943" [retrospective volume publ. by Tulean Dispatch]

Box-folder 3.7

Tule Lake 1st Judo Tournament program (8-22-43)

Box-folder 3.8-3.11

1944

Box-folder 3.8

The Tulean Dispatch (1944)

Box-folder 3.8

"Blind Artist Wins Acclaim at Show" (3-23-44) [Kengo Sakamoto]

Box-folder 3.8

"Inami Cops Presidential Votes at H.S." (3-23-44) [Henry Inami]

Box-folder 3.8

"State Dept. Replies to Citizenship Bill Queries" (n.d. ca 7-44)

Box-folder 3.8

"Procedure to Renounce Citizenship Operative" (10-26-44)

Box-folder 3.8

Extra, "Coast Ban Lifted" (12-19-44)

Box-folder 3.9

The Newell Star (1944)

Box-folder 3.9

"Coordinators Tender Resignations" (4-13-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"1000 From JEROME, ROHWER Expected over Weekend" (5-11-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"First Evacuees Open Center Two Years Ago" (5-25-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Okamoto Dies from Gunshot Wound Inflicted by Sentry" (5-25-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

"Gunnison Compares Tule Lake...with Manila, Shanghai Internment Camps" (ca 5-44) [Royal Arch Gunnison]

Box-folder 3.9

"Residents Pay Solemn Tribute at Final Rites for Okamoto" (6-1-44)[Shoichi Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

"Signup for Booths Open" (6-15-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Graduation for 120 Seniors on Friday" (6-15-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Shoichi Okamoto Case: Sentry Faces Court Martial Here Today" (7-6-44) [Shoichi Okamoto]

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Police Staff Resigns; Best Asks for Reorganization" (7-20-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Isolation Area Empty; Occupants Return Home" (8-31-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Vol. I, No. 39, pp. 1-2 [partial] & 3-4 (11-23-44)

Box-folder 3.9

"Dept. Of Justice Official Here to Hold Citizenship Hearings" (12-7-44)

Box-folder 3.9

Extra, "Coast Ban Lifted" (12-19-44)

Box-folder 3.10

The Tule Luke Cooperator (7-3-44)

Box-folder 3.11

Tule Lake Cooperative Enterprises, Inc. Bd. of Directors---Minutes (11-25-44)

Box-folder 3.12-3.13

1945

Box-folder 3.12

The Tule Resettlement News (1945)

Box-folder 3.12

"Nisei in St. Louis Offer Advice to Those Whose Parents Remain in Centers" (10-5-45)

Box-folder 3.12

"Northern California Hostels are Listed for Convenience of...Resettlers (11-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

The Newell Star (1945)

Box-folder 3.13

"Fire Destroys Tri-State Gym New Year's Eve" (n.d. ca early 1-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"March of Dimes Dance Slated" (n.d. ca 1-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 7, pp. 1-2 (2-15-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Family Reunion for Internees Unlikely" (3-16-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Statement Given on Special Project Rules" (3-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Peace Office Handles 167 Cases in 3 Months" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Bakery Saves $4000 Monthly" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"91,000 Pounds of Pork Produced" (3-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"149 Mid-Term Seniors to Graduate Tonight" (5-4-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Co-op General Manager Slain by Mysterious Assassin" (ca 7-2-45) [Yaozo Hitomi]

Box-folder 3.13

"Harvest Yields 372,580 Pounds of Vegetables" (8-10-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Excludee and Segregee Orders are Rescinded Effective Today" (9-5-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 36, pp. 1-2 (9-7-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Local Nisei is Winner of Reed College Scholarship" (9-28-45) [Walter Mido]

Box-folder 3.13

"Some Subjects on Two-Period Basis" (9-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Baccalaureate Services to be Held on Oct. 14 in Gym" (10-5-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Son of Tulean Killed in Plane Crash Near Okinawa" (10-12-45) [Hyoe Kurokawa, Satoshi Ben Kurokawa]

Box-folder 3.13

"March 30, 1946: WRA Student Records to go to U.S. Office of Educ." (10-12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"3 Days Set Aside for Registration" (10-12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Ickes, Myer Say Tule Lake to Close on or Before Feb. 1, 1946" (10-18-45) [Harold Ickes, Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Complete Relocation and Closing Program is Outlined..." (10-24-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Repatriation Announcement Made" (2 copies) (10-26-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Repatriation Requests in Transit to Japan" (n.d. ca Fa 1945)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "First Departure Next Friday" (11-17-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"325 to Leave Center for Hawaii Next Friday" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"First Group of Repats leaves Tule Lake Today" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Housing Problem to be Discussed" (11-23-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Departure of Family Groups Set by Justice Department" (11-26-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"To Fingerprint Citizens Going to Japan Dec. 16" (11-30-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Special Notice to Repatriates" (n.d. ca 11-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Special Edition, "Director Dillon S. Myer: Personal Visit Completed..." (12-4-45) [Dillon Myer]

Box-folder 3.13

"Notices Sent Asking Tuleans to Make Plans" (n.d. ca early 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Extra, "Justice Dept. Announces Policy on Repatriation" (12-10-45)

Box-folder 3.13

Vol. II, No. 50, pp. 1-2 (12-14-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Tri-State High Closes Doors After 3 Years" (12-21-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Class Ends for 800 Elementary School Students" (12-21-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Renunciants May Now Apply for Hearings" (12-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"3550 Voluntary Repatriates En Route to Japan" (12-28-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Safe Arrival of Recent Hawaiian Returnees Bared" (n.d. ca 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Minors Born in U.S. May Return as U.S. Citizens" (n.d. ca 12-45)

Box-folder 3.13

"Former Physics Teacher Now at U. Of Minnesota" (n.d. ca 1945) [Tom Kishaba]

Box-folder 3.13

"Transcript Needed Early Says Cook" (n.d. ca 1945) [Guy Cook]

Box-folder 3.13

"Dept. of Justice Permits Taking of Food for Babies" (n.d. ca 1945)

Box-folder 3.15-3.16

1946

Box-folder 3.15

The Newell Star (1946)

Box-folder 3.15

"Renunciant Hearings to Begin Next Week" (1-4-46)

Box-folder 3.15

"Repats Still Able to Apply" (n.d. ca early 1-46)

Box-folder 3.15

Extra, "Tule Lake Center Operation to Continue for Short Time" (1-31-46)

Box-folder 3.15

Final Edition (3-1-46)

Box-folder 3.16

The Roundup (1946)

Box-folder 3.16

No. 84 and Final Edition (4-26-46)

Box-folder 3.17

Undated

Box-folder 3.17

The Tulean Dispatch (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Center Starts New Year with Population of 7268" (n.d. ca 1-45)

Box-folder 3.17

"Drivers Must be Licensed" (n.d. ca 4-45)

Box-folder 3.17

"Sacto Agent Seeking Cars" (n.d.) [Wallace Mason]

Box-folder 3.17

"Notary Public: Mrs. Thomas..." (n.d.) [Mrs. Thomas]

Box-folder 3.17

"Procedure Incomplete for Shoe Rationing" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"About Shoe Certificates" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"This Training Hall of Life" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

Editorial, "What is He Fighting For?" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Loss Reimbursement Denied by Coverley" (n.d.) [Harvey Coverley]

Box-folder 3.17

"Japanese aliens may acquire..." (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Schools Will Start Soon" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Repatriates Now Being Resettled in Manchukuo" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"R. Peck: Project Steward" (n.d.) [Ralph Peck]

Box-folder 3.17

"Private Bawled Out by Nisei GI was Ernie Pyle" (n.d.) [Vic Nishijima, Ernie Pyle]

Box-folder 3.17

"A Christmas Prayer" (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"There's One in Every Block: The Batshakunins" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"There's One in Every Block: Daily Dozen" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Jiro: Baggage Inspection" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.17

"Daffy" [cartoon] (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

Community Activities 1942-1946

Box-folder 3.14

Programs, etc. (1942-46 & n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

map of camp (?) in Japanese writing [white] (ca 7-11-42)

Box-folder 3.14

party invitation (n.d. ca 1942) [Arthur Misaki]

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (1-27-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group program (1-27-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (3-15-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group program (3-15-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Art Exhibit of Oliver K. Noji invitation (5-14-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.14

Art Exhibit of Oliver K. Noji program (5-14-43) [Oliver K. Noji]

Box-folder 3.14

Little Theater Group invitation (5-19-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Encore invitation, by the Tulean Dance & Music Dept. (8-5-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Just a Neighborly Evening Social-Time invitation (8-11-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Formal Japanese Program announcement, by the Floral Arts & Crafts Depts. (8-13-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Project Judo Tournament invitation (8-22-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Farewell Party invitations [5 copies] (8-26-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Open House Exhibition invitation (9-7-43)

Box-folder 3.14

Lift the Curfew Dance invitation (2-20-44)

Box-folder 3.14

Poster Department Grand Easter Ball (4-8-44)

Box-folder 3.14

Saddle Daze [dance & floor show] invitation (5 copies) (2-24-45)

Box-folder 3.14

Floral Arts Fashion Show invitation (5-11-45)

Box-folder 3.14

Mother's Day Card [in Japanese] (5-13-45)

Box-folder 3.14

birth announcement (5-25-46) [Carol Jun]

Box-folder 3.14

Casaba Hop dance invitation (n.d. April 29)

Box-folder 3.14

Spring Fashion Show invitation (n.d. May 7)

Box-folder 3.14

Gay Ninties [sic] Revue dance invitation (n.d. June 10)

Box-folder 3.14

Aloha farewell party (n.d. Nov 27) [Asako Miyasaki,Sue Taniguchi]

Box-folder 3.14

Memories of Block 54 dance invitation (n.d. Dec 1)

Box-folder 3.14

Farewell Christmas Dinner invitation (n.d. Dec 22) [Mr. & Mrs. Shirrell]

Box-folder 3.14

Behind the Screen [variety show] program (n.d.)

Box-folder 3.14

program (?) in Japanese by Newell Star [blue] (n.d.)

Box: 4

Personal Correspondence; Clippings; Ephemera

Box-folder 4:1

I.  Cook's Personal Correspondence

Box-folder 4.1

1943

Box-folder 4.1

Mrs. Guy Cook to her college friends (3-18-43) [2 l.; broad descr. Tule Lake kids] [Marguerite J. Cook]

Box-folder 4.1

Bill Takano, student at Macalester College, St. Paul MN (5-1-43) [] [thank you, incl. brief description college circumstances]

Box-folder 4.1

excerpt from note from Mrs. Guy Cook's niece [a student at Macalester] about Bill Takano (n.d. ca 5-1-43) [Bill Takano]

Box-folder 4.1

Akio Sawada Furumoto, Crystal City TX (8-10-43) [Akio Sawada Furumoto]

Box-folder 4.1

"Lily," TOPAZ Relocation Center to "Irene" (10-7-43) [2 l.; descr. TOPAZ in detail]

Box-folder 4.1

1945-46

Box-folder 4.1

Yoshito Osaki, Orinda CA (6-14-45) [6 l.; describes incarceration after "uprising"?] [Yoshito Osaki]

Box-folder 4.1

Alyce K. Hamada, Kumamoto-ken, Japan (11-6-45) [postcard; from "repatriate" Nisei] [Alyce K. Hamada]

Box-folder 4.1

Harold F. Menges, Sasebo, Japan (1-7-46) [6 l.; describes Japan after War] [Harold F. Menges]

Box-folder 4.1

Tom Ariza, Puente CA (3-23-46) [postcard] [Tom Ariza]

Box-folder 4.1

Meriko Nadama, Miyazaki, Japan (9-17-46) [postcard; from "repatriate" Nisei] [Meriko Nadama]

Box-folder 4.1

Hirotashi Tagashira, Kobe, Japan (111-46) [postcard from "repatriate" Nisei] [Hirotashi Tagashira]

Box-folder 4.1

Undated

Box-folder 4.1

Minome Kiyota [Christmas card from Tule Lake] [Minome Kiyota]

Box-folder 4.1

Edward Yoshikawa [Christmas card] [Edward Yoshikawa]

Box-folder 4.1

Dorothy Keikoan [Christmas card] [Dorothy Keikoan]

Box-folder 4.1

Oliver Noji [Christmas card] [Oliver Noji]

Box-folder 4.1

Yoshi Mizoue [Christmas card from Granada Relocation Center] [Yoshi Mizoue]

Box-folder 4.2

W.H. Spillers, Princ., Central Union H.S., Fresno to Sam & Kenneth Sakata (1-4-46) [condemns Sakata boys for renouncing citizenship to be w/ family] [W.H. Spillers, Sam Sakata, Kenneth Sakata]

 

II.  Clippings

Box-folder 4.3

"Willing to die for America," n.s. (12-5-42)

Box-folder 4.4

"We are all kin,"; "Japanese problem," [MANZANAR] Colorado Times (12-24-42)

Box-folder 4.5

Joseph B. Hunter. "In our midst - War Relocation Centers," Journal of Arkansas Education (Dec 1942)

Box-folder 4.6

"Defending the Nisei status," Colorado Times (1-1-43)

Box-folder 4.7

"A chronology of evacuation & relocation," n.s. (1-4-43)

Box-folder 4.8

"Legion group starts deportation move," Portland Journal (1-19-43)

Box-folder 4.9

"California legislative actions seek to revoke citizenship...," n.s. (1-25-43)

Box-folder 4.10

"Evacuees ask Senator to share luxuries," n.s. (1-26-43) [Sen. Robert R. Reynolds]

Box-folder 4.11

S. Burton Heath. "What about Hugh Kiino?" Harper's Magazine (Oct 1943) [Hugh Kiino]

Box-folder 4.12

Clippings about "uprising" at Tule Lake (11-4-43)

Box-folder 4.13

"Nisei soldiers see Washington," n.s. (n.d.; ca 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

Miscellaneous Clippings (1943)

Box-folder 4.14

Clippings from San Francisco Chronicle of Tule Lake Project Days [booklet]

Box-folder 4.14

"Japampering Charge Made" The Oregonian [not original article] (1-16-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Courts" [photo and article] San Francisco Chronicle (4-11-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"WRA Program Attacked by Dies' Member" n.s. (4-18-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Investigation of Japs Sent to Colleges" n.s. (ca April 1943)

Box-folder 4.14

"U.S.-Japanese Centers" n.s. (5-7-43)

Box-folder 4.14

"Tule Lake, Backdrop for Trouble" San Francisco Chronicle (11-8-43)

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"Compare These Menus---Hong Kong and Tule" San Francisco Examiner (11-10-43)

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"State Senator Donnelly Gives ... San Francisco Examiner (11-10-43) [Hugh Donnelly]

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"Myer Claims Tulelake Case Aided Enemy" n.s. (12-8-43) [Dillon Myer]

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"Learning Japanese" n.s. (12-14-43)

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"WRA" San Francisco Chronicle (12-17-43)

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"Japanese Return" n.s. (ca Dec 1943)

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"WRA Turns Mudslinger" n.s. (ca Fa/Wi 1943)

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"Why Brag" n.s. (ca Fa/Wi 1943)

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"Most U.S. Japs Keep S.F. Property Equities" n.s. (ca 1943)

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"Nisei Welcome to Work, Live in New York" n.s. (n.d.)

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"This happened night before last..." n.s. (n.d.)

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"U.S. Japanese Farm Workers" [photo with partial article] n.s. (n.d.)

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"After the War" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Signs of the Times" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Jap Relocation Center" [photo] The Sioux City Journal (n.d.)

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Clippings concerning shooting of James Okamoto at Tule Lake (ca May 1944)

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"Return Japanese Americans to Coast..." San Francisco Chronicle (5-26-44)

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"Tulelake Killing" n.s. (ca 5-26-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

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"Tokio [sic] Irate Over Tule Shooting" n.s. (ca 5-27-44)

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"Japs Mourn Tule Martyr" n.s. (ca 5-30-44) [Shoichi James Okamoto]

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"Tulelake" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Nisei Attacks Soldier at Tulelake" n.s. (n.d.)

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Miscellaneous Clippings (1944)

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"Japanese Exclusion: Security of Coast Requires Ban..." n.s. (1-19-44)

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"Martinez Group Pleads for Nisei" San Francisco Chronicle (1-26-44)

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"Hero Banned on Radio" n.s. (ca 1-26-44) [Sgt. Ben Kuroki]

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"Deport All Japs, Keep Them from California..." n.s. (ca 1-29-44) [Warren H. Atherton]

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"Dies Committee Lists Jap Terror..." San Francisco Examiner (ca 1-29-44)

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"Dies Probers Slate Blast at WRA..." San Francisco Examiner (ca 1-29-44)

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"I Don't Know if I'm Safe in my Own Country" San Francisco Chronicle (2-5-44) [Sgt. Ben Kuroki]

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"Four Held in U.S.-Japanese Dynamiting" n.s. (ca 2-22-44) [Elmer F. Johnson, Alvin Johnson, James O. Watson, Claude P. Watson]

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"Nisei Pioneers" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-26-44)

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"Puka Puka Battalion" San Francisco Chronicle ca 2-26-44)

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"The Nisei Problem" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-28-44)

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"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement---In Utah" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 3-1-44)

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"Ickes Says 402 Nisei Internees Drafted" n.s. (3-3-44) [Harold L. Ickes]

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"Three Tulelake Inmates Indicted in Radio Case" n.s. (ca 3-15-44) [Yoshio Kawazoye, Hideo Ray Kawazoye, Masanori Hirata]

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"Transmitters at Tulelake Harmless" n.s. (ca 3-16-44)

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"Japs Refuse Army Drill" n.s. (ca 3-22-44)

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"Nisei Change 10,000 Idle Acres to Gardens" n.s. (ca 3-28-44)

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"Nisei Proud to Fight for the Allies" San Francisco Chronicle (4-10-44)

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"Nisei Soldiers Sentenced for Disobedience" n.s. (ca 4-13-44)

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"Bricker Urges Deportation of Disloyal Japs" n.s. (ca 4-18-44) [Gov. John W. Bricker]

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"Five Held in Tulelake Threat Case" n.s. (4-18-44) [Dentaro Tani, Tosiaki Oku, Goichi Ichimura, Kemetei Riyeda, Hisashi Yamamoto]

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"10 Relocation Camps to be Abandoned" n.s. (ca 5-14-44)

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"Japs Declared Out of Place in California," San Francisco Examiner (5-27-44)

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"Tulelake Japanese Pick New Policemen" n.s. (n.d. ca July 1944)

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"Nisei Unit Led Rescues of Lost Battalion" n.s. (ca 11-7-44)

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"Women Teachers Entertained Japs" n.s. (ca 11-10-44)

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"Japanese in Italy are Good Fighters" n.s. (ca Nov 1944)

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"Give Japs to Army, Governor Urges" n.s. (ca 12-7-44)

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"Troops Quell Rioting Japs" n.s. (ca 12-7-44)

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"Return of Japanese" n.s. (ca 12-12-44)

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"Coast Ban Lifted on Japanese-Americans" n.s. (ca 12-19-44)

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"Christmas in Italy" [photo] n.s. (ca Dec 1944)

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"Japan Holds Up Exchange of Internees" San Francisco Chronicle (n.d.)

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"Ansel Adams Tells the Story of One Group..." San Francisco Chronicle (n.d) [Ansel Adams]

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"Japanese Pair to Return to Palo Alto" n.s. (n.d.) [Saku Moriwaki & daughter]

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"This World Today" San Francisco Chronicle (n.d.)

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"Camp Japanese" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japanese Patriots Reply to Bataan Tortures" [photo] n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japanese Alien at Center Receives Court Sentence" n.s. (n.d.) [Tatsusaburo Takatow]

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"Japs May Transfer Title to Property" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Tolerance"/"Intolerance" n.s. (n.d.)

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"No. 7 for Ickes" n.s. (n.d.) [Harold L. Ickes]

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"Jap Government Sends Food to Internees Here" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Citizens" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japs Loyal to their Emperor" n.s. (n.d.)

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"80 MINIDOKA Japs Arrive at Tule WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japanese" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japanese is Evicted from Costal Area" n.s. (n.d.) [Masonabu Hata, Delos C. Emmons]

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"WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Ickes Visits Bay Region; Lauds WRA" n.s. (n.d.)

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"...rested solely with the military command..." [partial article] n.s. (n.d.)

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"500 More Japs Arrive at Tule" n.s. (n.d.)

Box-folder 4.17

American Council on Public Affairs. "The Displaced Japanese-Americans" (1944)

Box-folder 4.18

Dillon S. Myer. "Japanese-American Relocation: Final Chapter," Common Ground (Sp 1945?) [Dillon Myer]

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Anonymous. "Experiences of an American woman in a Japanese camp in the Phillippines" (6-10-45)

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Milton C. Phinney. "The story of the Nittas," Now (July 1945) [Milton C. Phinney; Nitta-Shosuke, Taka, Hitoshi, Minoru, Mitsuo]

Box-folder 4.21

Mary Oyama. "A Nisei report from home," Common Ground (Sum 1945) [Mary Oyama]

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Eleanor G. Kimble. "The disloyal at Tule Lake," Common Ground (F 1945) [Eleanor G. Kimble]

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Miscellaneous Clippings (1945, 1946 & n.d.)

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"Three Nisei Return to Hood River" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 1-13-45) [Ray Sato, F. Noji, M. Asai]

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"U.S. Japanese Homes Fire Upon, Burned" n.s. (ca 2-16-45) [S.J. Kakutani, Bob Morishige]

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"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 2-29-45)

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"Tulelake Police Cars" n.s. (ca 4-14-45)

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"The Anti-Nisei Dynamite Case" San Francisco Chronicle (4-20-45) [Sumio Doi, James E. Watson, Elmer Johnson, Alvin Johnson]

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"Nisei Intimidation" n.s. (ca April 1945) [Summio Doi]

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"Mystery Killing of Alien Jap at Center" n.s. (ca July 1945) [Yaozo Hitomi]

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"Deadly Weapons Manufactured at Jap Camp" n.s. (n.d. ca July 1944) [Yaozo Hitomi, Yoshio Miyagawa]

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"Japanese-American Heroes" [photo] n.s. (ca 10-29-45) [Kenneth Otagaki, Kiyoshi Kuramoto, Robert Y. Oda, Tamosu Shimitzu]

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"Legion Post Asks 16 Nisei to Join" n.s. (ca 12-13-45)

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"This World Today" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 12-13-45)

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"Intermountain Area in Embroiled in a Dispute Over the Nisei" n.s. (ca 2-28-46)

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"The Problem of Nisei Resettlement" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 3-2-46)

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"Bombs to Bums---Yokohama to Brooklyn" San Francisco Chronicle (ca 4-18-46) [Iku Koike, Masuo Koike, Frank Donato]

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"Migration of Japanese-Americans" n.s. (n.d.)

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"S.D. Rancher Employs Six Japs" n.s. (n.d.) [Mrs. J.M. Eaton]

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"Wounded Nisei Denied Barber Service in Arizona" n.s. (n.d.) [Raymond Matsuda, Andy Hale]

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"Japanese-Americans" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Japanese Proves Good Citizenship" n.s. (n.d.) [Noriyoshi Masamitsu]

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"Olive Shins, True Blue Hearts" n.s. (n.d.)

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"In an effort to create better understanding..." n.s. (n.d.) [Mine Okubo, TOPAZ]

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"Escaped MANZANAR Boy gives Himself Up to Police" n.s. (n.d.) [Roy Yamada]

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"Citizens' Return" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Visit to a Relocation Center" n.s. (n.d.) [GRANADA]

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"Misguided" n.s. (n.d.)

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"Jap In Uniform Found to be Nisei on Leave" n.s. (n.d.) [Junski Agari]

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Bradford Smith. "The Great American Swindle," Common Ground (F 1946) [Bradford Smith]

Box-folder 4.25

Roger Baldwin. "The Nisei in Japan," Common Ground (? 1946) [Roger Baldwin]

 

III.  Ephemera

Box-folder 4.26

Guy W. Cook [?]. Mother's Day address (n.d.) [3 l.] [Guy Cook]

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F. Onye [?]. Tule Lake [untitled 8.5" x 11" pencil sketch] [F. Onye]

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Miscellaneous Ephemera

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"Happy New Year" cards [3] (1946)

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military currency for Japanese [10 sen]

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stamped/postmarked envelope with handwriting (presumed Mr. or Mrs. Cook) (1943)

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Association of California Secondary School Principals membership card for Mr. G.W. Cook (1945) [Guy Cook]

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ribbon with Japanese characters [red & white]

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captioned photo: posthumously awarded Distinguished Service Cross [Mrs. Gensuke Masuda, S/Sgt. Kazuo Masuda, Mary Masuda]

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captioned photo: classroom at a Japanese Relocation Center

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"The 47 Ronin" is favorite Japanese Play of vengeance" [scenes from popular Japanese historical play; 2 pp.]