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Finding Aid for the William C. Carr Papers, 1941-1962
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Carr Papers 1941-1962

Physical Description: 8 linear ft.
 

Documents and Printed Materials

Physical Description: 0.5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

re various organizations defending the rights of Japanese internees, and hate materials on organizations, public officials, and individuals that advocated the Japanese exclusion and opposed the return of Japanese evacuees to the West Coast.
Box 53, Folder 1

Mimeographed statements and letters of the Friends of the American Way. 1942-1945

Physical Description: (19 items)
Box 53, Folder 2-4

Printed materials re various church and social service organizations working in behalf of the Japanese Americans during and after World War II.

Box 53 , Folder 2

American Baptist Home Mission Society leaflet. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Democracy Demands Fair Play for America's Japanese, New York.
Box 53 , Folder 2

American Council, Institute of Pacific Relations pamphlet. 1944

Physical Description: (31pp.)

Scope and Content Note

What about Our Japanese-Americans? by Carey McWilliams, New York.
Box 53 , Folder 2

American Friends Service Committee leaflets: Gifts for War Sufferers in the United States. 1942-1944

Scope and Content Note

  • Philadelphia, November 1942.
  • Relocation Hostel, Chicago, February 1943.
  • Dispossessed, Philadelphia, June 1943.
  • Evergreen Hostel, Los Angeles, December 1944.
Box 53 , Folder 2

Brethren Service Committee of the Church of Brethren leaflet. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Relocation through the Brethren Hostel, Elgin, Illinois.
Box 53 , Folder 2

Citizens Committee for Resettlement of the Congregational Christian Committee for Work with Japanese Evacuees pamphlet: 70,000 American Refugees Made in U.S.A. , by Truman B. Douglass, St. Louis, Missouri. n.d.

Physical Description: (20pp.)
Box 53 , Folder 2

Colorado Committee for Fair Play. October 1944; December 1, 1944

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • Bulletin, October 1944, 8pp.
  • Mimeographed report of Executive Secretary, December 1, 1944, 4pp.
Box 53 , Folder 2

Colorado Council of Churches pamphlets. 1942 & 1943

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

The Japanese in Our Midst, 1942 & 1943, Denver, Colorado. 7pp. + 14pp.
Box 53 , Folder 2

Committee on National Security and Fair Play press releases. 1942

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • The President's Proclamation and the California situation, San Francisco, March 3, 1942 (2pp., mimeographed).
  • The Bottleneck in Japanese Resettlement, San Francisco, May 22, 1942 (1p., carbon copy).
Box 53 , Folder 2

Committee on Resettlement of Japanese Americans pamphlets. 1944

Scope and Content Note

  • The Concern of the Church for Christian and Democratic Treatment of Japanese Americans, New York, April 1944 (23pp.).
  • How Can We Help Japanese American Evacuees? Suggestions for Church Women, by Gracia D. Booth, New York, November 1944 (12pp.).
Box 53 , Folder 2

Committee on Resettlement of Japanese Americans leaflets.

Scope and Content Note

  • Resettlement Hand-Book, New York, July 1943.
  • Planning Resettlement of Japanese Americans, New York, June 1944.
Box 53 , Folder 2

Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches pamphlets. June 1942; June 1943

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

A Touchstone of Democracy: The Japanese in America, New York, June 1942 (38pp.) and June 1943 (38pp.).
Box 53 , Folder 3

Emergency Service Committee pamphlet: Report of the Emergency Service Committee, Honolulu, Hawaii. March 1944

Physical Description: (10pp.)
Box 53 , Folder 3

Fellowship of Reconciliation leaflets. October 1942; n.d.

Scope and Content Note

  • The Church Measures the Evacuation, Berkeley, October 1942.
  • American Refugees, Berkeley, n.d.
Box 53 , Folder 3

Fellowship of Reconciliation pamphlets. February 1944; January 1943

Scope and Content Note

  • Outcasts! The Story of America's Treatment of her Japanese American Minority, by Caleb Foote, Berkeley, February 1944 (24pp.).
  • Evacuation: A Selected Bibliography on the Japanese Evacuation, Berkeley, January 1943 (12pp., mimeographed).
Box 53 , Folder 3

First Methodist Church sermon, “God's Design for Living, or Americanism and Christianity Begin at Home”, by Albert Edward Day, Pasadena. November 7, 1943

Physical Description: (14pp.)
Box 53 , Folder 3

First Methodist Church, Santa Maria, California. 1944

Scope and Content Note

  • The Church Call, vol. I, no. 1 (September 22, 1944) and no. 2 (October 9, 1944)
  • Bulletin of the First Methodist Church, Santa Maria, April 30, 1944.
Box 53 , Folder 3

Home Mission Council of North America leaflets. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • America's Biggest Christmas Party, New York, n.d.
  • Statement of Policy: Committee on Administration of Japanese Work of the Home Mission Council of North America, n.d. (1p., mimeographed).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Los Angeles County Committee for Church and Community Cooperation pamphlet. September 1942

Physical Description: (20pp.)

Scope and Content Note

The Japanese on the Pacific Coast, by George Gleason.
Box 53 , Folder 4

Northern California Committee on Fair Play for Citizens and Aliens of Japanese Ancestry press releases. 1941

Scope and Content Note

  • Statement, San Francisco, October 6, 1941 (3pp., mimeographed).
  • Resident Japanese since Outbreak of War with Japan, San Francisco, December 29, 1941 (3pp., mimeographed).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play pamphlets. n.d.; 1943

Scope and Content Note

  • Homeward Bound, Berkeley, n.d. (8pp.).
  • American Fighting Men Speak Out, Berkeley, [February] 1944.
  • “A Balance Sheet on Japanese Evacuation: Untruths About Japanese-Americans”; “Our Two Japanese-American Policies Are the Evacuees being Coddled?”; “What Race-Baiting Costs America”, by Galen M. Fisher, Berkeley, n.d., 26pp. (reprinted from The Christian Century, August 18 & 25, and September 1 & 8, 1943 issues).
  • “Beyond the Horizon”, by Yori Wada, Berkeley, n.d., 11pp. (reprinted from California Monthly, December 1943).
  • “Japanese Americans in Hawaii: The Story Behind the Nisei Combat Teams”, Berkeley, n.d., 9pp. (reprinted from Harper's Magazine, June 1943).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play leaflets. n.d.; 1944

Scope and Content Note

  • The test of a free country: A talk given by Dr. Robert G. Sproul, President of the University of California, at the California Club in Los Angeles, on June 29, 1944 .
  • United We Stand, n.d. (ca. 1943).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Pasadena Committee for Fair Play. 1942

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • A mimeographed statement, February 28, 1942 (1p.).
  • Resolution passed at its meeting of June 8, 1942 (1p.).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Postwar World Council pamphlets.

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • Democracy and Japanese Americans, by Norman Thomas, New York, July 1942 (39pp.).
  • You Can Win the Peace Now, New York, April 1943 (14pp.).
Box 53 , Folder 4

Sacramento Council of Churches: An open letter from Executive Secretary. Septmber 2, 1943

Physical Description: (2pp.)
Box 53 , Folder 4

Synod of California, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.: Minutes of the Annual Session of the Synod of California, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., held at Los Angeles, California. July 23-29, 1942

Physical Description: (155pp.)
Box 53, Folder 5

Documents re the Hostel Committee of the Council for Civic Unity of San Jose, California. 1945-1946

Physical Description: (22 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • Mimeographed report on the history and major activities of the Committee dated June 12, 1946.
  • Handwritten minutes of its 19 meetings held between May 15, 1945 and March 6, 1946.
  • 2 letters, June-July 1945.
Box 53, Folder 6

Mimeographed reports and newsletters distributed by the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play, Berkeley, and its Pasadena Chapter. May 1943-October 1944

Physical Description: (10 items)
Box 53, Folder 7

Documents re the Protestant Ministers and Missionaries Engaged in Work among Japanese in the United States.

Box 53 , Folder 7

Directory of Protestant Ministers and Missionaries Engaged in Work among Japanese in the United States. December 1, 1944

Physical Description: (11pp., mimeographed)
Box 53 , Folder 7

Corrections and Additions to Directory of Protestant Ministers and Missionaries Engaged in Work among Japanese in the United States. n.d.

Physical Description: (2pp., mimeographed)
Box 53 , Folder 7

Minutes and Findings of the Meeting of the Protestant Church Commission for Japanese Service, San Francisco and Berkeley. January 11-12, 1945

Physical Description: (6pp., mimeographed)
Box 53, Folder 8-14

Hate materials.

Scope and Content Note

Documents, letters, publications and other materials on those organizations, public officials, and private individuals that advocated the Japanese exclusion and expressed strong racist sentiment and views during and after the war.
Box 53 , Folder 8

Documents, official statements, newsletters and other materials. 1943-1945

Physical Description: (33 items)

Scope and Content Note

re the organizations which advocated the Japanese exclusion and strongly opposed the return of Japanese evacuees to the West Coast.
The organizations include the American Foundation for Expulsion of Japanese, founded in Los Angeles in December 1943; the American League of Los Angeles; the California Citizens for the Adoption of a Japanese Exclusion Law of Los Angeles; California Federation of Women's Clubs, Los Angeles District; California Real Estate Association of Los Angeles; the Council on Alien Relations of Los Angeles; Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lomita Post No. 1622; the Chambers of Commerce of Los Angeles and Pasadena; the Hibernia Underwriters Agency, New York; and Japanese Exclusion Association of Los Angeles.
Box 53 , Folder 9

Correspondence of William C. Carr. 1942-1944

Physical Description: (24 items)

Scope and Content Note

With Earl Warren; Assemblyman Chester F. Gannon, Chairman, Assembly Interim Committee on Japanese Problems; Mayor Fletcher Bowron, Los Angeles; Assemblyman Lloyd W. Lowrey, California State Assembly; Fred N. Howser, District Attorney, Los Angeles; and other local officials. 1942-1944. (Correspondence is to and from, except for Warren and Bowron, where there are only letters to.).
Box 53 , Folder 10

Correspondence and documents on Congressman Carl Hinshaw from California, 11th District (Los Angeles County). January 1942-February 1944

Physical Description: (12 items)
Box 53 , Folder 11

Letters sent by “Jap haters” to Carr and other “Jap lovers”, and copies of Carr's replies to them. 1942-1945

Physical Description: (19 items)
Box 53 , Folder 12

Materials re John R. Lechner. ca. 1943 & 1961

Physical Description: (14 items)
Box 53 , Folder 13

Correspondence, documents, clippings and other materials re the American Legion and its local posts. 1943-1945

Physical Description: (25 items)
Box 53 , Folder 14

Slap the Jap: Treacherous, faithless, untrustworthy, irresponsible, inhuman, depraved, ungodly, soulless, disloyal. No Jap is now fit to associate with human beings . Printed by the Home Front Commandos, Inc., Sacramento, California. n.d.

Physical Description: (Leaflet)
Box 53 , Folder 14

Why the West Coast Opposes the Japanese. Published by the Committee on Japanese Legislation, Native Sons of the Golden West, San Francisco and Los Angeles. n.d.

Physical Description: (7pp. Pamphlet)
Box 53 , Folder 14

Lambert Schuyler, The Japs Must Not Come Back!. Winslow, Washington: Heron House, publishers. 1944

Physical Description: (24pp.)
Box 53 , Folder 14

Eugenics Pamphlets, no. 29, Published by the Eugenics Society of Northern California, Sacramento. n.d.

Physical Description: (16pp.)
Box 53, Folder 15

Newspaper and magazine clippings. 1943-1945

Physical Description: (8 items)
 

War Relocation Authority (WRA) Materials

Physical Description: 2.0 linear ft.
Box 54, Folder 1

WRA, Quarterly Report. March 18-June 30, July 1-September 30, and October 1-December 31, 1942

Physical Description: (3 volumes)
Box 54, Folder 2

WRA. Semi-Annual Report. January 1, 1943-June 30, 1946

Physical Description: (7 volumes)
Box 54, Folder 3

United States Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority. T oken Shipment: The Story of America's War Refugee Shelter. Washington D.C. n.d.

Physical Description: (104pp.)
Box 54, Folder 3

United States Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority. Wartime Exile: The Exclusion of the Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Washington D.C. n.d.

Physical Description: (167pp.)
Box 54, Folder 3

United States Department of the Interior, War Agency Liquidation Unit (formerly WRA). People in Motion: The Postwar Adjustment of the Evacuated Japanese Americans. Washington, D.C. n.d.

Physical Description: (270pp.)
Box 54, Folder 4

United States Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority. WRA: A Story of Human Conservation. Washington D.C. n.d.

Physical Description: (212pp.)
Box 54, Folder 5

WRA, Community Analysis Section. Weekly Summary, nos. 1-30. December 17-23, 1944-July 8-14, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 31 items)
Box 54, Folder 6

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Community Analysis Notes, nos. 1-15. January 15, 1944-July 18, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 15 items)
Box 55, Folder 1-2

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Community Analysis Report, nos. 1-19. October 1942-June 30, 1946

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 19 items)
Box 55, Folder 3-5

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Community Analysis Series, nos. 1-24. February 1943-February 20, 1946

Physical Description: (24 items)
Box 55, Folder 6

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Army and Leave Clearance Registration at War Relocation Centers. June 1943

Physical Description: (79pp., mimeographed, 1 item)
Box 55, Folder 7

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Community Analysis Letter, nos. 2-13. May 8, 1943-February 13, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 13 items)
Box 55, Folder 8

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Community Analysis Relocation Studies, no. 1. April 1944

Physical Description: (1 item, Mimeographed)
Box 55, Folder 9

WRA, Community Analysis Section, Trends in the Relocation Centers, II & III. March 1, 1945 & September 26, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 2 items)
Box 55, Folder 10

WRA, Community Analysis Section, An Analysis of Requests for Repatriation & Expatriation. November 18, 1944

Physical Description: (28pp., carbon copy, 1 item)
Box 56, Folder 1

WRA instructions on the preparation of published final reports on Japanese evacuces and relocation centers. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 56, Folder 2

Manuscripts for 2 final reports.

Box 56 , Folder 2

The Community and the Management, 1944-1946, Poston, Arizona. May 1944 (?)

Physical Description: (29pp., carbon copy)
Box 56 , Folder 2

T.H. Hass, Narrative Report, Community Government, Colorado River Relocation Center, Poston. December 1943

Physical Description: (70pp., carbon copy)
Box 56, Folder 3

WRA instruction on the disposition of its records and reports. October 12, 1945

Physical Description: (16pp., mimeographed, 1 item)
Box 56, Folder 4

Miscellaneous WRA administrative instructions. 1942-1945

Physical Description: (5 items)
Box 56, Folder 5

Reports of WRA on the opinions and activities of the Dies Committee, House of Representatives. 1943

Physical Description: (17 items, mimeographed)
Box 56, Folder 6

WRA press releases. 1943-1944

Physical Description: (9 items)
Box 56, Folder 7

WRA statements and reports on Japanese evacuees and relocation centers. 1942-1945

Physical Description: (47 items)
Box 56, Folder 8

WRA instructions on the departure of Japanese evacuees from relocation centers. July & November 1942, and July 1943

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 56, Folder 9

WRA handbook and mimeographed information sheets on evacuation resettlement, distributed to the Japanese evacuees. 1945-1946

Physical Description: (8 items)
Box 56, Folder 10

WRA administrative memoranda on evacuee resettlement. 1944-1945

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 56, Folder 11

WRA correspondence with William C. Carr on resettlement of Japanese evacuees. January-July 1945

Physical Description: (5 items)
Box 56, Folder 12

News releases from WRA, Southern California Area Office, Los Angeles. December 1944-December 1945

Physical Description: (56 items)

Scope and Content Note

On Japanese evacuees and their resettlement in Southern California.
Box 56, Folder 13

Bulletin and reports of the Human Relations Committee of WRA, Southern California Area on the resettlement of Japanese evacuees. October 30-December 29, 1945

Physical Description: (8 items)
Box 56 , Folder 13

Here's How, Special Bulletin no. 1. October 30, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed)
Box 56 , Folder 13

Report to the Area, Release no. 2-8. November 5, 1945-December 29, 1945

Physical Description: (Mimeographed)
Box 56, Folder 14

Carbon copies of staff memoranda and mimeographed reports of WRA, Southern California Area office on the resettlement of Japanese evacuees. June-December 1945

Physical Description: (8 items)
Box 56, Folder 15

Mimeographed releases of WRA, San Francisco on the resettlement of Japanese evacuees. ca. June 1944-ca. December 1945

Physical Description: (17 items)
Box 56, Folder 16

WRA publications.

Box 56 , Folder 16

The War Relocation Work Corps: A Circular of Information for Enlistees and Their Families. n.d. (ca. 1942)

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 14pp.)
Box 56 , Folder 16

'A Voice That Must Be Heard' (A Quotation from Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson): Extracts from statements regarding Americans of Japanese ancestry. n.d. (ca. 1943)

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 12pp.)

Scope and Content Note

by President Roosevelt, Hon. Henry L. Stimson, Hon. Joseph C. Grew, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt and others.
Box 56 , Folder 16

Relocation of Japanese-Americans. May 1943

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 11pp.)
Box 56 , Folder 16

These Are Our Parents, by George Morimitsu. n.d.

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 10pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Asia and the Americas (October 1943) issue.
Box 56 , Folder 16

Democracy in Relocation, by Dillon S. Meyer. n.d.

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 6pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Common Ground, Winter, 1943 issue.
Box 56 , Folder 16

Nisei in Uniform, photographic booklet. n.d. (ca. 1944)

Physical Description: (25pp.)
Box 56 , Folder 16

'What We're Fighting For': Statements by United States Servicemen about Americans of Japanese Descent. n.d. (ca. 1944)

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 21pp.)
Box 56 , Folder 16

Uprooted Americans in Your Community. May 1945

Physical Description: (Pamphlet, 14pp.)
Box 56 , Folder 16

Pertinent Facts About Relocation Centers and Japanese-Americans. n.d.

Physical Description: (Leaflet)
Box 56 , Folder 16

Questions and Answers for Evacuees: Information Regarding the Relocation Program, issued by the WRA Regional Office, San Francisco. n.d.

Physical Description: (Leaflet)
Box 56 , Folder 16

Relocating a People. n.d.

Physical Description: (Leaflet)
Box 56 , Folder 16

Segregation of Evacuees. n.d.

Physical Description: (Leaflet)
Box 57, Folder 1

Incidental papers re the Central Utah Relocation Center, Topaz, Utah. 1943-1945

Physical Description: (10 items)
Box 57, Folder 2

A mimeographed report on the Poston Relocation Center, Arizona, Report on a Developing Community: A Month's Study and Participation in Poston, Arizona. n.d.

Physical Description: (37pp., 1 item)
Box 57, Folder 3

Correspondence and published reports on the All Center Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. February 16-22, 1945

Box 57 , Folder 3

Report containing minutes of meetings and other documents on the conference.

Physical Description: (Mimeograph, irregularly paginated)
Box 57 , Folder 3

WRA Comments on Recommendations of the All Center Conference. n.d.

Physical Description: (10pp., mimeographed)
Box 57, Folder 4

A copy of the speech delivered by Robert W. Kenny, Attorney General of California, before the Sheriffs assembled in their 51st annual convention in Sacramento. March 16, 1945

Physical Description: (15 pp., mimeographed, 3 items)

Scope and Content Note

re the return of Japanese evacuees to the West Coast.
Box 57, Folder 5

WRA Reprints of newspaper articles on Nisei soldiers, Japanese evacuees and their resettlement. November 1944-May 1945

Physical Description: (Approximately 25 items)
Box 57, Folder 6

Two booklets containing WRA newspaper reprints.

Box 57 , Folder 6

Nisei in the War against Japan. April 1945

Physical Description: (14pp.)
Box 57 , Folder 6

The Nation's Press Views West Coast Incidents: A partial roundup of Newsclippings and Editorial Comment. May 1945

Physical Description: (15pp.)
Box 57, Folder 7

Publications in the relocation centers.

Box 57 , Folder 7

Gila News-Courier, Gila Relocation Center, Rivers, Arizona: Second Year at Gila.

Physical Description: (46pp., mimeographed)
Box 57 , Folder 7

Samuel Nagata [Pamphlets], vol.1, 3. Published in the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. n.d.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol. 1, The Japanese Evacuation and the Minority Problem, n.d. (7pp.).
  • vol. 3, O California, Dear California, n.d. (10pp.).
Box 57 , Folder 7

Documentation Section, Reports Office, Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado: Granada Relocation Center. April 1943

Physical Description: (24pp., mimeographed)
Box 57 , Folder 7

Pictorial Edition. Manzanar Free Press, vol. IV, no. 1. September 10, 1943

Box 57 , Folder 7

American Red Cross, Poston Relocation Center, The First Year: Story of the Red Cross in Poston, Poston, Arizona. September 1943

Physical Description: (26pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Also, Soritsu Isshunen kinen [characters] (Japanese Edition), 8pp., mimeographed.
Box 57 , Folder 7

Rohwer Outpost, Rohwer Relocation Center, Lil Dan'l: One Year in A Relocation Center, Rohwer, Arkansas. 1943

Physical Description: (27pp., mimeographed)
Box 57 , Folder 7

All Aboard, published by the evacuees in the Central Utah Relocation Center, Topaz, Utah. Spring 1944

Physical Description: (54pp.)
Box 57 , Folder 7

Citizens Committee of Topaz and Community Council, Topaz Relocation Center, Reinstitution of Selective Service. June 1944

Physical Description: (30pp., mimeographed)
Box 57 , Folder 7

Historical Committee of the Volunteers for Victory, Topaz Relocation Center, Fighting Americans, Too! 2nd edition. April 1943

Physical Description: (16pp., mimeographed)
Box 57, Folder 8

Miscellaneous wartime publications of the Japanese Americans.

Box 57 , Folder 8

A special edition of the YMD Courier, vol. I, issue 4, published by the Nauuanu YMD Club, Honolulu, Hawaii. December 23, 1944

Box 57 , Folder 8

442nd Comat Team, The Story of the 442nd Combat Team. Published by the Information-Education Section, MTOUSA. n.d.

Physical Description: (44pp.)
Box 57 , Folder 8

Cooperative Farm Project for Alien Re-Settlement, published by the Proponent Committee for Evacuated Alein Resettlement Program, Japanese Church Federation of Southern California, Los Angeles. n.d.

Physical Description: (7pp., mimeographed)
Box 57, Folder 9

Toru Matsumoto: Beyond Prejudice: A Story of the Church and Japanese Americans. New York: Friendship Press. 1946

Physical Description: (145pp.)
 

Miscellaneous Publications and Newspaper Clippings

Physical Description: 0.5 linear ft.
Box 58, Folder 1

Pamphlets, reprints of articles, and leaflets on the Japanese evacuation, evacuees and related topics.

Box 58 , Folder 1

American Council on Pacific Affairs pamphlet, The Displaced Japanese-Americans, a reprint from Issei, Nisei, and Kibei, Fortune Magazine. Washington D.C. April 1944

Physical Description: (20 pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Roy Malcolm, The Japanese Problem in California, reprinted from the World Affairs Interpreter. Published by the University of Southern California. April 1942

Physical Description: (11 pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

John Terry, With Hawaii's AJA Boys at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, pamphlet printed by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii. n.d.

Physical Description: (25pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Milton C. Phinney, The Story of the Nittas: A Touching Human Document, reprinted from NOW by the Congregational Committee on Christian Democracy, Los Angeles. July 1945

Physical Description: (14pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

“Our Homage Now We Bring”, Occidental Leaflets, vol. 2, no. 6. Published by Occidental College, Los Angeles. November 1944

Box 58 , Folder 1

Caleb Foote, Is America's luckless minority of Japanese-Americans, already twice uprooted by our government, now headed for the third evacuation? A leaflet. n.d.

Box 58 , Folder 1

Galen M. Fisher, “Japanese Evacuation from the Pacific Coast”, reprinted from Far Eastern Survey, vol. XI, no. 13. June 29, 1942

Physical Description: (4pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

“The Japanese in Hawaii”, reprinted from The New Republic. September 14, 1942

Physical Description: (1p.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

M. Margaret Anderson, Democracy Begins at Home: Get the Evacuees Out! reprinted from Common Ground. Summer 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 65-72)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Marvin K. Opler, “Woman's Social Status and the Forms of Marriage”, reprinted from the American Journal of Sociology, vol. XLIX, no.2. September 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 125-146)
Box 58 , Folder 1

John F. Embree, “Community Analysis: An Example of Anthropology in Government”, a WRA reprint from the American Anthropology, vol. 46, no.3. July-September 1944

Physical Description: (17pp., mimeographed)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Marvin K. Opler, “Two Japanese Religious Sects”, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, vol. 6. 1950

Physical Description: (pp. 69-78)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Robert F. Spencer, “Problems of Religious Education in Japanese American Buddhism”, reprinted from Religious Education. March-April 1951

Physical Description: (7pp.)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Marvin K. Opler, “Japanese Folk Beliefs and Practices, Tule Lake, California”, reprinted from the Journal of American Folklore. October-December 1950

Physical Description: (pp. 385-397)
Box 58 , Folder 1

Marvin K. Opler, “The Influence of Ethnic and Class Subcultures on Child Care”, reprinted from Social Problems, vol. 3, no. 1. July 1955

Physical Description: (pp. 12-21)
Box 58, Folder 2

Magazine articles on the Japanese Americans, evacuation and resettlement.

Physical Description: (Clippings)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Anonymous (An Intelligence Officer), “The Japanese in America: The Problem and the Solution”, Harper's Magazine. October 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 489-497)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Anonymous, “Japanese Atrocities”, The New Republic. February 7, 1944

Physical Description: (p.168)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Anonymous, “What about the Return of Japanese to Our Classrooms?” Los Angeles School Journal, vol. XXVIII, no. 10. December 4, 1944

Physical Description: (pp. 8-12 & 32)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Sidney Carroll, “Purple Heart Battalion”, Coronet. May 1945

Physical Description: (pp. 4-9)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Blake Clark, “U.S. Soldiers with Japanese Faces”, Readers Digest. March 21, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 125-127)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Blake Clark and Oland D. Russell, “Hail Our Japanese-American GIs!” Readers Digest. July 1945

Physical Description: (pp. 65-67)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Alan Cranston, “Enemy Aliens”, Common Ground. Winter 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 109-112)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Frank Marshall Davis, “A Passage to Hawaii”, The Crisis. November 1949

Physical Description: (pp. 296-301)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Maxine Davis, “The Truth about Jap Camps”, Liberty. August 7, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 11 & 53-54)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Galen M. Fisher, “Our Japanese Refugees”, The Christian Century. April 1, 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 424-426)
Box 58 , Folder 2

S. Burton Heath, “What about Hugh Kiino?” Harper's Magazine. October 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 450-458)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Albert Horlings, “Hawaii's 150,000 Japanese”, The Nation. July 25, 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 69-71)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Robert Hosokawa, “An American with a Japanese Face”, The Christian Science Monitor. May 22, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 3 & 30)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Harry Paxton Howard, “Americans in Concentration Camps”, The Crisis. September 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 281-284 & 301-302
Box 58 , Folder 2

Chet Huntley, “It is Time That We Right a Wrong”, New Outlook, vol. 2, no.9. October 1949

Physical Description: (pp. 8-15)
Box 58 , Folder 2

E. Stanley Jones, “Barbed-Wire Christians”, The Christian Century. November 24, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 1364-1366)
Box 58 , Folder 2

John Larison, “'Jap Crow' Experiment”, The Nation. April 10, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 517-519)
Box 58 , Folder 2

W. Wesley La Rue, “Returning Japanese: So the Japanese Are Coming Back”, Sierra Educational News. March 1945

Physical Description: (pp. 28-29)
Box 58 , Folder 2

J.P. McEvoy, “Our 110,000 New Boarders”, Readers Digest. April 21, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 65-68)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Carey McWilliams, “California and the Japanese”, The New Republic. March 2, 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 295-297)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Carey McWilliams, “Moving the West-Coast Japanese”, Harper's Magazine. September 1942

Physical Description: (pp. 359-369)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Carey McWilliams, “Racism on the West Coast”, The New Republic. May 29, 1944

Physical Description: (pp. 732-733)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Carey McWilliams, “Race Tensions: Second Phase”, Common Ground. n.d.

Physical Description: (pp. 7-12)
Box 58 , Folder 2

George Morimitsu, “These are Our Parents”, Asia and the Americas. October 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 586-589)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Mary Oyama, “My Only Crime Is My Face”, Liberty. August 14, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 11 & 57-58)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Kirby Page, “Empty the Relocation Centers!” The Christian Century. June 16, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 715-716)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, “A Challenge to American Sportsmanship”, Collier's. October 16, 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 21 & 71)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Larry Tajiri, “Democracy Corrects Its Own Mistakes”, Asia and the Americas. April 1943

Physical Description: (A reprint)
Box 58 , Folder 2

William Tani, “American Japanese... Friends or Foes?” Free World. June 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 552-555)
Box 58 , Folder 2

George E. Taylor, “The Japanese in Our Midst”, The Atlantic Monthly. April 1943

Physical Description: (pp. 104-110)
Box 58 , Folder 2

Frank J. Taylor, “The People Nodody Wants”, The Saturday Evening Post. May 9, 1942

Box 58, Folder 3-4

Miscellaneous magazine and newspaper clippings. ca. 1942-ca. 1945

Box 58, Folder 5

Photographs and snapshots of Nisei GI's and Japanese Americans.

Physical Description: (19 items)
Box 58, Folder 6

Miscellany.

Physical Description: (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

5 large scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings on evacuation, anti-Japanese propaganda, Japanese.
 

Americans, Resettlement and Other Related Topics December 1941-March 1947

Physical Description: 2.5 linear ft.
Box 250

December 1941-May 1942

Box 253

May 1942-October 1943

Box 268

November 1943-December 15, 1944

Box 278

December 17, 1944-September 1945

Box 304

September 1945-March 1947