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Guide to the Mitsuye Yamada Papers MS.R.071
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Biographical and family records, Series 1. 1940-2002, bulk 1942-1989

Physical Description: 1.0 linear foot

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series comprises Yamada's biographical and family papers. It contains materials about her parents, Hide and Jack Yasutake, and two of her brothers, Michael and William (Tosh) Yasutake. It also includes materials about her husband Yoshikasu Yamada. The papers provide insight into different aspects of the Japanese American experience during and after World War II because while some family members were interned, others were decorated American soldiers. Of particular interest are the files that Yamada procured from the United States' government regarding her father's arrest and internment.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by surname.
Box-folder 17 : 1

Yamada, Mitsuye, 1955-1984, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains photocopy of Mitsuye's U.S. naturalization certificate, U.S. citizenship welcome booklet, photocopy of a photograph of her in the Minidoka choir, draft of interview with her, clippings about her life and career, and an article in Japanese.
 

Yamada, Yoshikasu (Yoshikadzu)

Biographical/Historical note

Yoshikasu "Yosh" Yamada, Mitsuye's husband, was drafted into the U.S. Army prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He served in the medical detachment for the 5th Air Base Group, and was awarded the Asiatic Pacific Theater Medal, Bronze Star, Good Conduct Ribbon, Army Distinguished Unit Badge, Philippines Liberation Ribbon with two stars, American Defense Ribbon, and the Legion of Merit Medal. He earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Purdue in 1950. He later worked as a principal research chemist at Bell & Howell Research Laboratories and then started his own business, Yamada Graphics.
Box-folder 17 : 2-8, 11

Professional materials, 1954-1977, undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains curriculum vitae, patents, scientific notes and articles, his 5 year pin from Bell & Howell, and material on his invention of improvements in perpetual and multi-year calendars.
 

World War II materials

Box-folder 17 : 11

Datebook or journal "Daily Aide" with entries in Japanese, 1945

Scope and Contents note

Pages missing from July 10th onward.
Box-folder 17 : 9

Discharge papers, military record, and veterans' eligibility papers 1946-1993

Box-folder 17 : 10

Handwritten narrative of war experience, articles, and other materials undated

Box-folder 17 : 11

Legion of Merit medal undated

Box-folder 18 : 1

Yasutake / Yamada family history project correspondences, 1999

 

Yasutake family

Box-folder 18 : 2

Alien Property Custodian claim: legal correspondence, 1957-1959

Box-folder 18 : 3

Family house in Seattle moved to museum in Meiji Mura, Japan: remembrance, 1985

Box-folder 18 : 4

Internee profiles, undated

Scope and Contents note

Date of original profiles is not stated; these copies were printed in 1992.
Box-folder 18 : 5

Resettlement in Cincinnati, Ohio: photocopies of correspondence with U.S. government, 1944-1945

Box-folder 18 : 6

Telegrams to and from Crystal City Internment Camp, 1944, undated

Box-folder 18 : 7

Yasutake, Hide: immunization record, correspondence, and receipts,

Biographical/Historical note

Hide Yasutake, Mitsuye's mother, was interned during World War II at the Minidoka Relocation Center in Hunt, Idaho and later joined her husband at Crystal City Internment Camp in Texas.
 

Yasutake, Jack Kaichire

Biographical/Historical note

Jack Yasutake, Mitsuye Yamada's father, first immigrated to the United States from Japan in 1907. According to U. S. Department of Justice records he was "apprehended" December 7, 1941 as an "alien enemy," with an alleged tie to a group known as "The Silver Shirts," under suspicion of espionage. At the time of his arrest he was working as an interpreter for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. He was initially imprisoned at Fort Lewis, Washington, later relocated to Crystal City Internment Camp in Texas, and "paroled" to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1944. In 1947 Jack, Hide, and their youngest son, Joseph, moved to Chicago where Jack was the executive secretary of the Chicago Resettlers' Committee, a social service organization that helped former camp inmates find work and housing. In 1953 he was honored as the first Japan-born person in the city of Chicago to become an American citizen through naturalization.
Box-folder 18 : 8-10

Freedom of Information Act files, 1981-1991

Scope and Contents note

Contains articles and brochures on the Freedom of Information Act and Yamada's requests for release of files about Jack Yasutake.
Box-folder 18 : 11-13,19 : 1-10

Government records and correspondence, 1940-1953, 1981-1986

Scope and Contents note

Contains photocopies of Department of Justice records and FBI reports on Jack Yasutake, including early (1940) investigations on Yasutake. Materials document his arrest, imprisonment at Fort Lewis, relocation to Crystal City internment camp, parole, personal property inventories, and letters of support. The files also include citizenship and naturalization records. Yamada's 1980s correspondence with the U.S. government requesting the documents is interspersed throughout the records.
Box-folder 19 : 11

Identification cards and naturalization materials, 1950-1953

Box-folder 19 : 12

Notes in Japanese found with Jack Yasutake records, undated

Box-folder 28 : 4

Plaque honoring Yasutake as first Japan-born person in the city of Chicago to become an American citizen through naturalization,

Box-folder 19 : 13

Yasutake, Michael: tribute booklet and remembrances, 1996-2002

Biographical/Historical note

Seiichi Michael "Mike" Yasutake, Mitsuye's brother, refused to sign portions of the "loyalty oath" upon his release from Minidoka Relocation Center. He was opposed to war and refused to sign the portion of the oath calling him to take up arms in defense of the United States. He was ordained in the Episcopal Church in 1950 and stood for peace, tolerance, and civil liberties throughout his life. His papers are located at the Archives of the Episcopal Church USA.
Box-folder 19 : 14

Yasutake, William Toshio: World War II photograph, clipping, and booklet, 1945, 1979

Biographical/Historical note

William or "Tosh" Yasutake, Mitsuye's brother, enlisted in the U.S. military in 1943, hoping it would reflect favorably on his family and improve their circumstances as internees. He served in Europe as a medical aid in the U.S. Army's 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II.

Scope and Contents note

Contains photograph and clipping of Tosh receiving the Bronze Star. Also included is a 1979 reprint of the booklet, The Story of the 442nd Combat Team.
 

Japanese American relocation files, Series 2. 1942-2000

Physical Description: 1.7 Linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, and memorabilia concerning the Japanese American experience in internment camps from 1941 to 1945. The series documents internment and its aftermath and includes some camp memorabilia, several retrospective accounts of the camps, and records relating to the long political and legal struggle referred to as the "redress movement."

Arrangement

The series is arranged alphabetically by topic.

Processing note

Clippings are photocopies of originals. Originals were discarded due to fragility.
 

Camp memorabilia

 

Camp publications

Box-folder 1 : 1

General, 1945-1946

Box-folder 27 : 4

The Minidoka Churchman, 1945

Box-folder 1 : 2

The Memoirs, Hunt High School (Hunt, Idaho) yearbook, 1944

Scope and Contents note

This yearbook was given by a friend to Yamada, who did not attend this high school, having accumulated enough credits to graduate from her Seattle high school prior to her relocation to Minidoka.
Box-folder 1 : 3-5

Trek, camp newsletter, 1942-1943

Box-folder 27 : 8

Clipping collection of Tadashi Sekiguchi on Japanese Americans, 1943-1997

Biographical/Historical note

Tadashi Sekiguchi was Yamada's childhood friend.
Box-folder 1 : 6

Contemporary accounts and documents, 1942-1945, undated

Box-folder 1 : 7, 20 : 1, 27 : 7

Contemporary publications, 1942-1945

Box 28, Folder 1

Japanese American National Museum individuals records, 1993 August 22

Box-folder 1 : 8, 27 : 3

Orphans and their care during relocation, 1948-1997

 

Redress movement

Box-folder 1 : 9-12 , Box-folder 2 : 1-7, Box-folder 27 : 2-3

General clippings, pamphlets, correspondence, and other materials, 1965-1990

Box-folder 20 : 2-8, 27 : 7

JACL and NCJR files, 1979-1988

Scope and Contents note

Primarily contains mailings from the National Council for Japanese Redress (NCJR) and the Japanese Citizens League (JACL). Also includes clippings, correspondence, event programs, fliers, and other materials about redress and reparations.
Box-folder 2 : 8

Remembrances and pilgrimages, 1996-2000

Box-folder 3 : 1-3

Retrospective accounts

Box-folder 3 : 1

Chin, Frank undated

Scope and Contents note

Contains edited typescript.
Box-folder 3 : 2

Hohri, William. Repairing America 1988

Scope and Contents note

Contains correspondence, reviews, and book party planning documents.
Box-folder 3: 3

Lim, Deborah. "The Lim Report" 1995

Box-folder 3 : 4

Reunion materials 1987-1997

Box-folder 20 : 9

Scene: The Pictorial Magazine and Pictorial Guidebook 1951-1952

Scope and Contents note

Magazines contain articles and pictures relating to Japanese American life in the U.S. in the aftermath of relocation.
 

Literary materials and professional papers Series 3. 1942-2005

Physical Description: 2.0 Linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains résumés, literary materials, newspaper and leaflet advertisements for public readings and speeches, correspondence, and other materials documenting Yamada's professional life and public presentations. It also includes some early literary analysis and other essays from her college years. Because Yamada's artistic and political activities are intertwined, no attempt has been made to distinguish between these facets of her career.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by topic.
Box-folder 3 : 5, XOS 001

Awards, certificates, and résumés, 1942-1996

Box-folder 3 : 6

Calendars and planners,

Box-folder 3 : 7-10

Essays, 1945-1999, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes Yamada's early essays written for college assignments and later essays written for publication.
Box-folder 21 : 1-3

Literary correspondence, 1975-1996

Scope and Contents note

Includes fan mail and correspondence regarding collaborations, publications, and permissions. It also includes correspondence from fellow author and feminist Tillie Olsen (1912-2007).
Box-folder 21 : 4-5, XOS 001

Mitsuye & Nellie film project: correspondence, fliers, and other materials, 1978-1984

Box-folder 4 : 1-6, 27 : 8

Notices, reviews, and other clippings about Yamada, 1975-1996

Box-folder 21 : 6-9, 22 : 1-9,23 : 1-5, 27 : 8

Multi-Cultural Women Writers (MCWW) of Orange County records, 1988-2007, undated

Biographical/Historical note

Yamada founded the MCWW of Orange County in 1980.

Scope and Contents note

Contains organizational history, minutes, agreements, articles, correspondence, literary reviews, and various materials discussed at meetings. Includes loose poems and essays by Yamada and various other women. Also includes MCWW anthology, Scaling the Chord.
Box-folder 23 : 6-7

Photographs and slides from various conferences and events, 1978-2000, undated

Box-folder 4 : 7

Poems, 1974-1975

Box-folder 23 : 8-9

Publication permissions, 1982-2002

 

Readings and presentations,

Scope and Contents note

Contains fliers, brochures, invitations, event programs photographs, and other materials related to Yamada's readings, presentations, and panel participation. Invents include Minidoka reunions, Amnesty International events, Japanese American remembrances, and a variety of events about human rights, women's rights, writing, and poetry. It also includes materials for events that she chaired or organized.
Box-folder 4 : 8-15

1974-1984, 1974-1984

Box-folder 5 : 1-10

1985-1994, 1985-1994

Box-folder 24 : 1-6, XOS 001

1995-2000, 1995-2000

Box-folder 24 : 7

Shameless Hussy Press: catalogs, correspondence, and other materials, 1976-1980 and undated

 

Teaching career files

Box-folder 24 : 8

Bibliographies, undated

 

Community Support for Academic Relevance (CSAR)

Box-folder 13 : 1

K-12, 1989-1993

Box-folder 13 : 2

UC Irvine, 1991-1994

 

Contracts and agreements

Box-folder 24 : 9

Cypress Junior College, 1969-1984

Box-folder 24 : 10

UC Irvine, 1997-1998

Box-folder 13 : 3

CSU Long Beach, Women's Studies lawsuit, 1982-1986

 

Cypress Junior College

Box-folder 13 : 4

English 100 course materials, undated

Box-folder 13 : 5

Multi-Cultural Students Club, 1979-1983

Box-folder 13 : 6

Multiculturalism, 1988

Box-folder 13 : 7

Women's Forum, 1974-1978

Box-folder 24 : 11-13

Cypress Junior College and UCI course syllabi, descriptions, evaluations, and other materials 1991-2005

Scope and Contents note

Contains material from courses taught by Yamada, including English, Asian American Writing: Life Stories, The Art of Writing Poetry, American Literature, Asian American Literature, Creative Writing, and others.

Processing Information note

Although the names of the courses appear clearly on the records, the academic institution's name is often omitted, and therefore no attempt to separate these materials by institution has been made.
Box-folder 25 : 1-2

Grievances, complaint forms, and petitions related to Yamada's career at Cypress Junior College, 1977

 

Student work

Box-folder 27 : 9

Artwork and poetry from students at Seattle Preparatory School, 1989 June

 

Bound manuscripts

Box 28, Folder 2

The Heritage of Maternal Love, 2000 March 21

Box 28, Folder 3

Family Blossoms: A Different Look into Filipino-American Life, undated

Box-folder 25 : 3

Student poetry: Finger Spasms, edited by Yamada, 1980

Box-folder 25 : 4

Student responses to Sowing Ti Leaves, 1992

 

Amnesty International records, Series 4. 1975-1993

Physical Description: 2.0 Linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains correspondence, meeting materials, pamphlets, and other documentation relating to Yamada's activities in Amnesty International, in particular with the Irvine Urgent Action Group and as an officer with Amnesty International U.S.A. (AIUSA).

Arrangement

Files are arranged alphabetically by topic.
 

AIUSA

Box-folder 6 : 1-2

Correspondence

Box-folder 6 : 1

1987-1989, 1987-1989

Box-folder 6 : 2

1991, 1991

Box-folder 6 : 3

Directories, 1987-1990

Box-folder 6 : 4

General Meetings, 1982-1990

Box-folder 6 : 5

Regional, 1982-1984

Box-folder 6 : 6

Asia, 1990

Box-folder 6 : 7

Asian outreach, 1988-1989

Box-folder 6 : 8

Children, 1990-1991

Box-folder 6 : 9

Coalitions,

 

Committee on International Development

Box-folder 6 : 10

Bilingual Literature Project, 1990-1991

Box-folder 6 : 11, 7 : 1

Correspondence, 1986-1993

Box-folder 7 : 2

Coordination groups, 1988-1990

Box-folder 7 : 3-4

Cultural diversification, 1986-1990

Box-folder 7 : 5-6

Hate Speech,

Box-folder 7 : 5

Policy, 1991-1992

Box-folder 7 : 6

Resources, 1966-1992

Box-folder 8 : 1-11

Human Rights

Box-folder 8 : 1

Conventions, 1978-1990

Box-folder 8 : 2

Education, 1988-1989

Box-folder 8 : 3-11

Violations

Box-folder 8 : 3

Armenia and Turkey, 1989-1992

Box-folder 8 : 4

Asia, 1979-1991

Box-folder 8 : 5

China, 1989-1990

Box-folder 8 : 6

Israel, 1987-1993

Box-folder 8 : 7

Japan, 1987-1990

Box-folder 8 : 8

Korea, 1975-1990

Box-folder 8 : 9

South Africa, 1986-1990

Box-folder 8 : 10

South America, 1990-1991

Box-folder 8 : 11

United States, 1990-1992

Box-folder 8 : 12

International Council, 1987-1991

 

Irvine, Adoption Group 178

Box-folder 8 : 13

1972-1985, 1972-1985

Box-folder 9 : 1

1986-1990, 1986-1990

Box-folder 9 : 2

Rosters and committee lists, 1981-1986

Box-folder 9 : 3

Language Programs Unit, 1990-1991

Box-folder 9 : 4

Nagan, Winston P, 1987-1990

Scope and Contents note

South African anti-apartheid activist, writings about and by.
Box-folder 9 : 5

Norwegian AI, Operation "A Day's Work" for Norwegian youth, 1990-1991

Box-folder 9 : 6

Publication lists, 1987-1990

Box-folder 9 : 7

Recruitment and media, 1987-1992

Box-folder 9 : 8

Refugees, 1991

Box-folder 9 : 9

Regional and special presentations, 1987-1991

Box-folder 9 : 10

Regional planning and priorities, 1987

 

Section Development Committee

Box-folder 9 : 11

General, 1990

 

Sections

Box-folder 9 : 12

Africa (sub-Saharan), 1990-1992

Box-folder 9 : 13

Asia (South), 1986-1990

Box-folder 9 : 14

Asia, South Korea, and Bangkok, 1990

Box-folder 9 : 15

Australia, 1989

Box-folder 9 : 16

Britain, 1990

Box-folder 10 : 1

Egypt, 1991

Box-folder 10 : 2

Europe, 1983-1990

Box-folder 10 : 3

Indian subcontinent, 1990-1991

Box-folder 10 : 4

Japan, 1988

Box-folder 10 : 5

Korea, 1990

Box-folder 10 : 6

Mexico, 1990-1991

Box-folder 10 : 7

Spelman Conference on Women and Human Rights, 1989-1990

Box-folder 10 : 8

Stock market crisis, 1987

Box-folder 10 : 9

Swainsboro, undated

Box-folder 10 : 10

Urgent action letters, 1977-1985

Box-folder 10 : 11

Women's Action Group, 1985-1991

Box-folder 10 : 12

Women's Campaign, 1984-1991

Box-folder 10 : 13

Women's Case History Index, 1991

Box-folder 10 : 14

Women's intersectional meetings, 1990-1991

Box-folder 11 : 1

Work on Your Own Country Rule, 1987

Box-folder 11 : 2

Yamada: correspondence and clippings concerning her participation in AI, 1975-1987

 

Subject files, Series 5. 1973-2004

Physical Description: 2.4 Linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains correspondence, meeting documentation, pamphlet materials, journal reprints, news clippings, and other materials that served to inform Yamada's teaching and political activism. Although most of the files were originally assembled by Yamada, some were given to her by her brother, Rev. Michael Yasutake, a political and religious activist living in Chicago.

Arrangement

Files are arranged alphabetically by topic within the following four major clusters: Asian Americans, campus activities, ethnic studies, and women.
 

Asian Americans

Box-folder 11 : 3

Irvine Asian American Association, 1990-1992

Box-folder 11 : 4

Bibliographies, 1979-1985

Box-folder 11 : 5

Identity, 1973-1992

Box-folder 11 : 6

Literature, 1975-1996

Box-folder 11 : 7

Mental health, 1981

Box-folder 11 : 8

Newspapers, 1985

Box-folder 11 : 9

Political issues, 1979-1992

Box-folder 11 : 10

Religion, 1976-1978

Box-folder 11 : 11

Studies, 1976-1996

Box-folder 11 : 12

Theatre, 1987-1990

Box-folder 12 : 1

Visual arts, 1980-1989

 

Women

Box-folder 12 : 2

Asian Pacific Women's Network, 1989

Box-folder 12 : 3

California Asian / Pacific Women's Conference, 1979-1981

 

Poets

Box-folder 12 : 4

General, 1973-1986

 

Individuals

Box-folder 12 : 5

B-C, 1979

Box-folder 12 : 6

D-K 1975-1979

Box-folder 12 : 7

L-Y, 1973-1980

Box-folder 12 : 8-10

Resources 1973-1981

 

Ethnic studies

Box-folder 13 : 8

Cultural pluralism, 1976-1977

Box-folder 14 : 1

Ethnic literature, 1974-1986

Box-folder 14 : 2

Ethnic studies programs, 1973-1993

Box-folder 14 : 3

Irvine Human Relations Commission, 1986-1989

Box-folder 14 : 4

Koreans in Japan, 1980-1988

 

MELUS (Multi-ethnic Literature of the United States)

Box-folder 14 : 5

General, 1986-1989

Box-folder 14 : 6

Membership directory, 1985-1997

Box-folder 14 : 7

Newsnotes 1983-1988

Box-folder 14 : 8

Orange County Pacific Asian American Center, 1977-1981

Box-folder 25 : 5-9

Political prisoners, 1992-2004

Scope and Contents note

Contains poetry and writings by political prisoners that Yamada collected and Yamada's correspondence with political prisoners, such as Marilyn Buck. Also includes articles and other information regarding political prisoners.
Box-folder 15 : 7, 25 : 10

Woman's Building (Los Angeles), 1977-1992

 

Women

Box-folder 15 : 1

Decade for Women, 1975-1986

Box-folder 15 : 2

National Women's Conference, 1977

 

National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) Conference,

Box-folder 15 : 3

1983, 1983

Box-folder 15 : 4

1987, 1987

Box-folder 15 : 5

Radical Women's Conference 1976-1990

Box-folder 27 : 1

"Remarkable American Women" Life magazine special report 1976

Box-folder 25 : 11

Other women's organization 1980-1986

Box-folder 15 : 6

Women of Color Institute, 1982-1987

 

Audiovisual materials Series 6. 1972-1995

Physical Description: 0.8 Linear feet

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series primarily contains video and audio recordings of Yamada's public readings and interviews. It also includes recordings of family members, conferences, and various topics of interest to her.

Arrangement

These materials are arranged alphabetically by topic and then by title.

Restrictions

These recordings are duplicating masters; use copies must be made prior to researcher use.
 

Audio recordings

 

Family

 

Mitsuye and Jeni, 1978

Box-folder 26 : A011-M to A012-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 audiocassettes
 

Tosh, Hide (mother), and May, 1972

Box-folder 26 : A007-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Yoshiku (?), 1991

Box-folder 26 : A008-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Japanese American issues

 

Concert for Strength and Diversity, 1990

Box-folder 26 : A001-M to A002-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 audiocassettes
 

Hakata - Tatsuo and Asako, 1981

Box-folder 26 : A009-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Japanese American camp experience, undated

Box-folder 26 : A010-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Professional activities

 

Readings and interviews featuring Yamada

 

KPFK Judy Chen and M. Yamada, undated

Box-folder 26 : A013-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

KPFK Mitsuye Yamada on political prisoners, circa 1995

Box-folder 26 : A014-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Lesbian Writers Series Benefit, 1990

Box-folder 26 : A015-M to A016-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 audiocassettes
 

Sakura Hour interview, 1983

Box-folder 26 : A017-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Sculpture Garden reading, 1986

Box-folder 26 : A018-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Women's Building Workshop, 1980

Box-folder 26 : A019-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Women Writer's Workshop, 1977

Box-folder 26 : A020-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Conferences and workshops

Scope and Contents note

These recordings may or may not feature Yamada.
 

Hawaii, undated

Box-folder 26 : A021-M to A023-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 3 audiocassettes
 

PAAWW, 1978, undated

Box-folder 26 : A024-M to A029-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 6 audiocassettes
 

PAWWOC, 1981

Box-folder 26 : A030-M to A031-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 audiocassettes
 

Poetry Workshop, undated

Box-folder 26 : A032-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Women Writers' Conference, 1977

Box-folder 26 : A033-M to A034-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 audiocassettes
 

Women Writers' Workshop, 1977

Box-folder 26 : A040-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Cypress college student readings, undated

Box-folder 26 : A035-M to A038-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 4 audiocassettes
 

Tillie Olsen reading Tell Me a Riddle, 1972, undated

Box-folder 26 : A039-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 audiocassette
 

Women's issues

 

Dorothy Gee appeal hearing, 1978

Box-folder 26 : A003-M to A006-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 4 audiocassettes
 

Video recordings

 

Japanese American issues

 

Bainbridge Island Japanese Internment , undated

Box-folder 16 : V002-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Japanese American Internment: Oral History: Interviewees: Hisaye Yamamoto & Wakako Yamauchi, 1993

Box-folder 16 : V003-M to V004-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 VHS videocassettes
 

Strength and Diversity, 1990

Box-folder 16 : V001-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

The View From Within: Literature from the Camps, undated

Box-folder 16 : V005-M to V006-M

Duplicating masters

General Physical Description note: 2 VHS videocassettes
 

Professional activities

 

Book talk featuring Yamada, undated

Box-folder 6 : V012-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Crossing Cultures: Cypress College Reading, 1985

Box-folder 16 : V008-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Eliot Bay Book Store reading, Seattle, 1990

Box-folder 16 : V010-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Orange County Poets, 1987

Box-folder 16 : V009-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Write On, Women! SCLSSR Awards Dinner, 1995

Box-folder 16 : V007-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette
 

Other

 

International District After Dawn, 1984

Box-folder 16 : V011-M

Duplicating master

General Physical Description note: 1 VHS videocassette