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Box 1, Folder 1

Biographical material; newspaper clippings concerning Japan's seizure of Manchukuo and Ichihashi's views on the possibility of war.

Physical Description: Several documents and papers in Japanese.
Box 1, Folder 2

Foreign relations between Japan and the West, including the United States

 

The Nation, concerning the Shantung question Sept. 20, 1919

 

Speech made by Baron Kato at Mr. Balfour's residence, Dec. 19, 1921

 

Report on objects, organization, procedure and personnel of Washington Conference; "The Washington Conference and After, An Historical Survey," by Yamato Ichihashi, 1928

Box 1, Folder 3

Washington Arms limitation talks, 1921-22

 

Uncorrected texts from Washington Arms limitation talks, 1921-22

 

List of Japanese delegates

 

"The World Views of the Japanese People in the face of the Washington Conference" by Takashi Hara

 

Typescripts of speeches made by members of the Japanese delegation to clubs and organizations

 

Baron Kato's speech at the second session of the Conference, Nov. 15, 1921

 

Baron Kato's speech at the third plenary session, Nov. 21, 1921

 

Memorandum of committee of Naval Technical advisors, Washington, D.C, Nov. 23, 1921

 

Sub-committee on Limitation of Armaments, first meeting, Dec 15, 1921

 

Subcommittee on Naval Limitation, third meeting, Dec. 17, 1921

 

Conference press release, Dec. 20, 1921

 

Mr. Hanikara's remarks at the full committee on the limitation of Armaments, Dec. 22, Dec. 28, 1921

 

Committee on Limitation of Armament and sub-committee on naval Limitation, Dec. 28, Dec. 29, 1921

 

Kato's speech, Dec 30, 1921.

Box 1, Folder 4

Washington Limitation of Armament Conference:

 

Resolutions, Adoptées par la Commission des Questions du Pacífíque et de l'Extrême-Oriental par la Conference

 

Extrait du Compte-Rendu de la Cinquieme Seance Sous-Commission des Quinze sur la Limitation Navale le 25 Janvier, 1922

 

Compte-Rendu de la Déclaration de M. Sarraut

 

T.L. Ichihashi to E.D. Adams, Stanford, Feb. 8, 1922

 

Address of President Harding, n.d.

 

"Thoughts on certain phases of Japanese American relationships" n.d.

 

Several undated speeches presumably made by members of the Japanese delegation

Box 1, Folder 5

Institute of Pacific Relations, Feb-July 2, 1925.

 

List of Attendants at Institute of Pacific Relations Discussion, N.Y. Yale Club, Feb. 22, 1925

 

Letter concerning plans for upcoming institute to be held in Honolulu, T.L. May 19, 1925

 

Address by Dr. Arthur L. Dean, June 30, 1925

 

Bibliography, alphabetically by title

 

Members of the institute, who's who in the Institute of Pacific Relations

 

Booklet of the Institute held in Honolulu

 

Information on Daily meditation, delegates of the American Group, officers and counselors of American Group

 

Statement of Australia's point of view

 

Outline of Canadian point of view

 

Outline of Chinese view of Pacific Relations

 

Outline of problems confronting Japan; Korea

 

Outline of statements for New Zealand

 

Outline of problem of the Philippines

 

Outline of the statement from the point of view of the United States

 

The important problems involved in Pacific relations from the viewpoint of Hawaii

 

Opening paper on Korea by Hugh Cynn, General Secretary, YMCA, Korea

 

Pacific Situation from the viewpoint of Hawaii by Romanzo Adams, professor, Univ. of Hawaii

 

Canada by John Nelson

 

A Chinese View of Pacific Relations by T.Z. Koo

 

Preliminary statement for the United States by Ray Lyman Wilbur

 

"The Far Reaching Effects of the Industrialization of the Far East", by C.C. Batchelder

 

"The Viewpoint of the Philippines" by Conrado Benitez

 

Opening Statement for Japan by Dr. M. Sawayanagi

 

"Industrialization of Japan" by Eakashi Komatsu

 

"Application of the Teachings of Jesus to Interracial and International Problems" by D.J. Fleming

 

"The Industrialization of China" by S.N. An-Young

 

American law in regard to Immigration, Landownership and citizenship by Payson J. Treat

 

"Buddhism facing Modern Inter-Racial and International Relations" by Professor M. Anesaki

Box 1, Folder 6

Speeches delivered at Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925

 

"The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Industrialization of China" by S.T. Wen

 

"The Governmental Organization of New Zealand," by J.B. Gow

 

"Chinese Immigration in the Pacific" by T.A Chen

 

"The Economic Aspects of Immigration in the Pacific," by C.C. Batchelder

 

"Immigration in the South Pacific" by Stephen H. Roberts

 

"Historical Survey of Oriental Immigration: Origin, Nature and Development," by Payson W. Treat

 

"The Race Relation Survey on the Pacific Coast" by Dr. Robert E. Park

 

"What China Desires to see Rectified in her International Relationships," by Ta Chen

 

Address of President Ray Lyman Wilbur at Rotary Club, Honolulu, July 7, 1925

 

"The Economic Aspects of Immigration," round table discussions

 

"Standards of Living in the Pacific" round-table discussion

 

Origin, operation and accomplishments of the Honolulu institute Conference

 

Institute of Pacific Relations, Extracts from letters received from members, Dec 26, 1925

Box 1, Folder 7

Institute of Pacific Relations. 1926 and n.d.:

 

Asilomar meeting, agenda 1926

 

"Japan and World Relations," by David Starr Jordan, n.d.

 

"Westernized Japan" by Yamato Ichihashi

 

"The Racial Superiority"

 

"Abstract of Dr. Sawayangi's statement"

 

Outlines and texts of a series of lectures on Japan presumably by Ichihashi.

Box 2, Folder 1

Studies of Japanese in the United States 1915-31:

 

Japanese Immigration, Its Status in California by Ichihashi, 1915

 

Letters concerning Ichihashi's book of immigration; anti-Japanese immigration pamphlets ca. 1920

 

"The California Alien Land Law and its Effect" by T. Takimoto, 1924

 

Studies made by Ichihashi on immigration restriction of orientals in the late 1920's and 1930's

 

Interviews with School principals in Calif. discussing Japanese enrollment

 

Statistics on Japanese in Walnut Grove, California

 

Japanese in Fresno County

 

American feeling toward the Japanese in Los Angeles ca.1924

 

Japanese in other Western states

Box 2, Folder 2

Studies of Japanese in the United States:

 

Study of Japanese in the San Francisco florist business

 

Japanese in the San Joaquin delta region

 

"Supplementary report on the Japanese in the Watsonville District," by Y. Ichihashi

 

Studies of other writers works concerning Japanese immigration to the U.S.

 

Study of the situation of Japanese Nursery and its related business in San Francisco and the Bay Region

 

Law for Protecting Imin (Emigrants)

 

Annual reports of Commissioner- General of Immigration 1900-07

 

Japanese on the Pacific Coast

 

"Some aspects of the Second Generation Japanese Problem in the United States"

 

Letter to President Woodrow Wilson (Undated and signed The Japanese Association of America) concerning the plight of Japanese in the United States

Box 2, Folder 3

Round table discussions, (held at Yosemite National Park, California) 1936:

 

Round table topic II - Japan - August 18-20

 

Entertainment notices

 

Roundtable topic III - U.S.S.R. - August 21

 

Peace Machinery in the Pacific" by Kenkichi Yoshizawa

Box 2, Folder 4

Correspondence, 1920-42 and n.d.

 

Miscellaneous:

 

ALS. Lloyd M. Crosgrave to Ichihashi, Mar. 24, 1920

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Professor Anesaki, June 5, 1924

 

T.L.S. George S. Mizota, Tokyo, Japan to Ichihashi, Nov. 8, 1929

 

T.L. Charles G. Gardner to Ray Lyman Wilbur, Sept. 19, 1936

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, Oct. 21, 1936

 

Rockefeller Foundation:

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, Oct. 19, 1936

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, Oct. 21, 1936

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Ray Lyman Wilbur, Oct. 25, 1936

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Ray Lyman Wilbur, May 31, 1937

 

T.L. David R. Stevens to Ray Lyman Wilbur, June 16, 1937

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, June 18, 1937

 

T.L. Ichihashi, to Ray Lyman Wilbur, July 11, 1937

 

T.L. Ray Lyman Wilbur to A.F. Wright, June 20, 1937

 

T.L. Ray Lyman Wilbur to David H. Stevens, June 20, 1937

 

Oriental studies:

 

T.L.S. Warren D. Allen to Vincent Canzoneri, re: Oriental Music Instructor. May 8, 1941,

 

T.L.S. W. D. Allen to Ray Lyman Wilbur, re: study of oriental music. May 8, 1941,

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, re: appointment to Committee on Research. May 29, 1941,

 

T.L.S. Inez G. Richardson, Hoover Library, to Ichihashi, Oct. 13, 1941

 

T.L.S. Ralph H. Lutz, Hoover Library, to Ichihashi, re: oriental history readings. Mar. 2, 1942,

Box 2, Folder 5

Articles, reviews and talks by Ichihashi:

 

Fourth of July speech at San Jose, 1917;

 

Japanese Appreciation of American Diplomacy, 1918;

 

The War and Japanese Intellectuals, 1918

 

Westernized Japan, Jan. 1919

 

Admiral Baron Kato, New Premier of Japan, Aug. 1922

 

Count Yamamoto, New Prime Minister of Japan, Nov. 1923

 

Review, Jan. 1925;

 

The Eventful Era of Taisho, Feb. 1927;

 

Japan's Influence and Interests in China, March 1928;

 

Review of Japan's Economic Position by John E. Orchard, 1930;

 

Review of Food Supply and Raw Materials in Japan by E.F. Penrose, 1930

 

Speech "One London Naval Conference," May 2, 1930

 

Review of Japan's Special Position in Manchuria by C. Walter Young, 1931

 

Review of Japan, An Economic and Financial Appraisal by Harold G. Moulton, 1931

 

Article "Economic Life in Japan" by Ichihashi, Nov, 1931

 

"Living Art" by Ichihashi, 1935

 

Review of Japanese Trade and Industry, 1936

 

Review of The Industry and Trade of Japan by S. Uyehara, 1936

 

Series of newspaper clippings re: Ichihashi speech in 1938

 

Speech "Japanese American Relations" October 3, 1938

Box 2, Folder 6

Article, reviews and speeches by Ichihashi, undated, and many untitled:

 

"Japan and the War"

 

"Modern Japan as I see it"

 

"Some of the More Obvious Changes I saw in Japan"

 

"The Future of Western Civilization in Japan - Relatons between Japan and Foreigners";

 

"The Awakening of the Orient"

 

"Japanese Catastrophe and American Humanitarianism"

 

"Common-Sense in International Relations"

 

"The Pacific and the Orient"

 

"The Currency System of Japan"

 

"The Man from the East"

 

"Japanese Women"

 

"Study of Economics in Japan"

 

"A Leaf from my notebook"

 

"Understanding Japan"

 

"Americanizing the Japanese"

 

"Will Adams, the English Pioneer in Japan"

Box 2, Folder 7

Reviews, articles and speeches by Ichihashi, undated:

 

"The Imperial Family of Japan"

 

"The Reign of the Emperor Yoshihito, the Era of Taisho"

 

Review of The Japanese Population Problem by W.R. Crocker

 

Review of Economic Aspects of the History Of the Civilization of Japan

Box 3, Folder 1

Outline for History 116 - the History of Japan

Box 3, Folder 2

Outline for Economics I

Box 3, Folder 3

Outline for History 169 - History of Japanese Civilization

Box 3, Folder 4

History Department correspondence, meetings and circular letters graduate study committee 1929-32,

Box 3, Folder 5

Student Papers, 1921-1924:

 

"Admiral Baron T. Kato" by J. B. Millet, 1921

 

"The Thirty-Six views of Fuji-Yama" by Harrison Chandler

 

"A Quota for Japan?" by Reginald Bell;

 

"The Twenty-One Demands as made by Japan on China in 1915" by N.T. Nowell, 1923;

 

"Japanese Conception of Family and its Influence upon the Government" by Harriett Greenwood, 1924.

 

"The Japanese Mikado versus the English King" by Hal Rorke, 1924

Box 3, Folder 6

Student Papers, 1925-1938:

 

"Important Events in China-Japanese Relations from 1894 to 1924 stressing the Shantung Question" by Elizabeth Renton, 1925

 

"The Organization, Composition and Budgetary Procedure in the Imperial Diet of Japan" by Victor Hunt Harding, 1925

 

"The Submarine Question at the Washington Conference," by Ellen Mead, 1925

 

"The Imperial Diet of Japan" by Inez Grosfield, 1926

 

"The Development of Japan's Trade Since 1913" by Clem Imost, 1936

 

"Literary Creations by Women of the Heian Period" by Audrey Brumfield, 1938

 

Series of essays on Japanese government and foreign affairs by Norris N. Everett, 1938

Box 3, Folder 8

Student Papers: Delmer Brown, 1939

 

"Application of the Kellogg Pact to the Manchurian Incident of 1931" by Delmer M. Brown, 1939

 

"Political Factors Underlying the Marked Development of National Unity in Japan between 1573 and 1598" by Delmer Brown, 1939

Box 4, Folder 1

Student Papers, authors B - K, 1939:

 

"The Mongol Invasion of Japan" by Frank Bush, 1939

 

"The Hokku" by Jean Campbell, 1939

 

"The Rise of the Military Families Taira and Minamoto" by W. Doheny, 1939

 

"Pictoral Art of the Ashikaga Period" by Ruth Harris, 1939

 

"American Policy toward the Manchurian Incident" by Tsuneo Buddy Iwata, 1939

 

"The Historical Significance of the Japanese Isolation Policy 1638-1854" by Don P. Kennedy, 1939

Box 4, Folder 2

Student Papers, authors L - S, 1939-1940:

 

"The Open Door" by Phyllis Ladensohn, 1939

 

"Cabinet-Diet Relationship, 1884 to 1938," by Dallas A. Tueller, 1939

 

"Roman Catholic Christianity in Japan 1549-1638" by Masago Shibuya, 1940

Box 4, Folder 3

Student Papers, 1941-1942:

 

"Japanese Haiku Poetry" by Matsuye Takeshita, 1941

 

"Far Eastern Agreements of the Washington Conference" by Matsuye Takeshita, 1941

 

"The Internal Economic Structure of Japan and Her International Economic Position" by Walter A. Radius, 1942

Box 4, Folder 4

Student Papers, authors A - H; undated:

 

"The Russo-Japanese Conflict Negotiations" by K. Asakawa

 

"Life of Hideyoshi" by Muriel Bogge

 

"The Operation of the Gentlemen's Agreement between 1911 and 1921" by Carol Gray

 

"Government of Japan" by William E. Hagen

Box 4, Folder 5

Student Papers, authors I - T, undated:

 

Series of papers on Japanese Government by Buddy Iwata

 

"Japanese Poetry and its Influence upon the Imagist School of Europe and America" by Kay Kitagawa

 

"The Imperial Prerogatives of the Japanese Emperor" by Ethel Oliver

 

"The Romance of a Sixteenth Century Adventurer, Mendes Pinto, In East Asia," by Matsuye Takeshita

Box 4, Folder 6

Student Papers, authors V and unknown, undated:

 

"Federal Action Concerning Japanese Immigration" by Mary Valentine

 

"Development of the Constitution"

 

"The Japanese Woman in the Home"

 

"The Downfall of the Shogunate and the Restoration of the Imperial Regime, 1868."

Box 4, Folder 7

Miscellaneous Papers:

 

"Japan and Future Labor Legislation"

 

"The Body Build of American-Born Japanese Children" by P.M. Suski, M.D., 1933.

Box 5, Folder 1

War Relocation - 1942

 

2 Receipts for U.S. War Savings Bonds purchased by Ichihashi, April 8, May 8, 1942

 

Information bulletin concerning living routines at relocation assembly center, May 26, 1942

 

Report on Conditions at Manzanar Relocation Center, May 26, 1942

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson and Jessie Treat, re: conditions at Manzanar. June 7, 1942

 

American Citizens' Reaction to the War Relocation Work Corps, June 1, 1942

 

"Concentration Camp: U.S. Style" by Ted Nakashima June 15, 1942

 

National Student Relocation Council questionnaire, June 23, 1942

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Dr. Wilbur, re: conditions at relocation center. July 3, 1942

 

T.L.S. Ichihashi to L.W. Frader, assistant manager, Santa Anita Assembly Center, re: Japanese books in Ichihashi's possession. July 10, 1942

 

Request for repatriation form, July 18, 1942.

 

T.L.S. Howard H. Quint to Ichihashi, re: happenings at Stanford July 21, 1942

 

T.L.S. Edgar E. Robinson, Acting President, Stanford University, to Ichihashi, re: letter of recommendation Robinson wrote on behalf of Ichihashi concerning relocation to Tule Lake July 23, 1942

 

Manual for Block Representatives, Tule Lake, July 30, 1942

 

T.L.S. Grayson N. Kefauver to Ichihashi, re: an educational program for Japanese in relocation centers. July 30, 1942

 

T.L.S. W.O. Mendenhall, President, Whittier College to Ichihashi, re: thank-you note July 31, 1942

 

T.L.S. Ray Lyman Wilbur to Ichihashi, re: Ichihashi's move to Tule Lake. July 31, 1942,

 

T.L.S. Common sense magazine editor to Ichihashi, re: possibility of writing an article on Japan Aug. 3, 1942

 

A.L.S. Charles Barker to Ichihashi, re: happenings at Stanford. Aug. 3, 1942

 

T.L.S. George H. Knowles to Mrs. Payson J. Treat re: renting vacant Ichihashi home Aug. 4, 1942,

 

T.L. Robert E. Gibson to Dr. Grayson Kefauver re: consideration for Ichihashi at relocation center. Aug. 4, 1942,

 

A.L.S. Jessie Treat to Ichihashi, re: rental of home Aug. 5, 1942,

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, re: happenings at Stanford Aug. 5,1942,

 

T.L. Circular, re: conditions at Manzanar Relocation Center Aug. 6,1942,

 

A.L.S. C.S. Stottenberg to Ichihashi, re: Stanford campus activities. Aug. 8,1942,

 

A.L.S. D. Kuyon(?) to Ichihashi, re:. Santa Anita Assembly Center Aug. 10,1942,

 

T.L.S. Kay Sugahara to Ichihashi, re: Santa Anita Assembly Center riot. Aug. 10,1942,

 

A.L.S. Ichihashi to Edgar [Robinson], re: trip to Tule Lake Relocation Center Aug. 12,1942,

 

T.L.S. Grayson N. Kefauver to Ichihashi, re: letter of introduction. Aug. 12,1942,

 

Form letter dated from Department of Justice, Alien Enemy Control Unit Aug. 13,1942

 

T.L.S. Robert E. Gibson to Ichihashi, re: educational work possibilities Aug. 12,1942

 

T.L.S. Robert Warren to Ichihashi, re: renting Ichihashi home. Aug. 13,1942,

 

T.L.S. Kay Sugahara to Ichihashi, re: Conditions at Santa Anita Aug. 18,1942,

 

T.L.S. Edgar Robinson to Ichihashi, Aug. 21,1942

 

T.L.S. Editor of Common Sense Magazine to Ichihashi re: article on Japan

 

War Relocation Authority (WRA) notice of interview, Sept. 3,1942

 

T.L.S. Carolyn Strouse Baer to Ichihashi, re: letter of appreciation for his fine teaching Sept. 7,1942,

 

WRA instruction, re: procedure in handling complaints made by colonists Sept. 29,1942,

 

"Outlawing Japanese-Americans?" Article in Common Sense, Sept. 1942

 

Memorandum re: furniture factory workers, Oct. 2,1942

 

Charter of Tule Lake Relocation Project, Oct. 13,1942

 

A.L.S. Lynn White to Ichihashi, re: hopes for removal of restrictions Oct. 19,1942,

 

A.L.S. Olive Cole Smith to Ichihashi, re: regrets over relocation Oct. 26,1942

 

T.L.S. _____? to Ichihashi, re: . discontinuing of purchase of bonds. Nov. 9,1942,

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi,. Nov. 13,1942

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Treat, re: Tule Lake Conditions Nov. 20,1942,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Edgar [Robinson], re: conditions at Tule Lake Nov. 22,1942,

 

WRA - office memorandum, Nov. 24,1942

 

T.L.S. Payson [Treat] to Ichihashi, Nov. 24,1942

 

Community Frontiers, vol. 1, #4, Nov. 1942.

 

Supplement to balance sheet, Nov. 1942.

 

WRA memorandums, Dec. 14,1942, Dec. 18,1942

 

Tule Lake Project Personnel list, Dec. 10,1942

Box 5, Folder 2

War Relocation - miscellaneous papers and undated. 1942,

 

Notice and general instructions to Japanese seeking repatriation.

 

By-Laws of Tule Lake Co-operative Enterprises, Inc.

 

Instructions for keeping personal family accounts.

 

"What we're fighting for" by Japanese in U.S. Army.

 

Several documents or letters in Japanese.

 

Evacuee Problems, his adjustment. Administration and future.

 

Notes made by Ichihashi concerning the evacuation to the Santa Anita Assembly Center.

Box 5, Folder 3

War Relocation - survey, lists of pupils and teachers of the center schools. 1942 -

Box 5, Folder 4

War Relocation - Santa Anita Assembly Center Administrative notices, 1942 - April-Sept., 1942.

Box 5, Folder 5

War Relocation - Council Meeting Minutes [Tule Lake], 1942 - Sept. 26-Oct. 27, 1942.

Box 5, Folder 6

War Relocation - 1942 - Sharp Park Mirror - mimeograph publication, August 22-October 24, 1942.

Box 5, Folder 7

War Relocation, 1943, January -June

 

WRA memo, Jan. 5,1943

 

T.L.S. Daisuke Kitagawa to Ichihashi, re: Juvenile Problem Committee. Jan. 6,1943,

 

Various WRA memos.

 

T.L.S. Harvey M. Coverley, WRA, to Ichihashi, re: program planning problems. Jan. 15,1943,

 

Study - Age of American-born and foreign-born Japanese, Tule Lake Relocation Project by Nativity and Sex, Jan. 29,1943.

 

T.L.- National Geographic Society to Ichihashi, re: refund. Feb. 15,1943

 

Harvey M. Coverley, WPA, re: meetings.

 

A.L.S. Lynn [White] to Ichihashi, Feb. 18,1943.

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, - Feb. 22,1943.

 

T.L. Major Sam L.A. Marshal, re: swearing allegiance to the U.S. Feb. 23,1943,

 

Questions and answers about the family internment camp, Feb. 26,1943.

 

Warnings re: removal of food from Mess Halls, Mar. 1943

 

Planning board memo- Mar. 4,1943

 

T.L.S. Hiroshi Kaniko to Ichihashi, re: Young People's Christian Conference. Mar. 20,1943,

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Schumashi, Mar. 22,1943

 

WRA memos, April 1943.

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi - Apr. 27,1943

 

T.L.S. Edgar E. Robinson to Ichihashi Apr. 28,1943.

 

A.L.S. Lynn [White], to Ichihashi, Apr. 29,1943.

 

Repatriation applicants, May 1,1943,

 

Cultural problems of the Japanese in America, May 1,1943.

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: conditions of Tule Lake. May 4,1943,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Edgar [Robinson], May 5,1943.

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, May 9,1943

 

A.L.S. K. Kawakami to Ichihashi, May 19,1943

 

Relocation of Japanese Americans, WRA, May 1943

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, June 2,1943.

 

WRA Administrative Instruction: Community Evacuee Government, June 5,1943,

 

Report on Evacuee resistances to relocation, June 8,1943.

 

Memorandum re: Spanish Consul's inquiry into the threat of Japanese in U.S., June 18,1943

 

"An Appeal to All Americans of Japanese Ancestry and their Parents" June 23,1943.

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, June 24,1943.

 

WRA memo - re: Employment quota, June 30,1943.

 

Hospital Koenkai, June Report, 1943.

Box 5, Folder 8

War Relocation - 1943, July -December

 

WRA memos

 

List of possible Japanese repatriates, July 8,1943.

 

"Chronology - Segregation" July 12,1943

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: conditions at Tule Lake July 8,1943, July 24,1943,

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, July 29,1943

 

WRA Application for Leave Clearance, July 31,1943

 

Hospital Koenkai, July report, 1943

 

2 telegrams from Woodrow Ichihashi, Aug. 4, Aug. 11, 1943

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: WRA policy of segregation Aug. 11,1943,

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, re: trip from Tule Lake Aug. 19,1943,

 

Japanese government message, expression of sympathy, Aug. 20,1943

 

A.L.S. Frank Matsumoto to Ichihashi, re: trip from Tule Lake Aug. 20,1943

 

T.L.S. Edward L. Tatum to Ichihashi, re: rental of Ichihashi home. Aug. 20,1943,

 

Postcard, Frank Matsumoto to Ichihashi, Aug. 21,1943

 

WRA memo, formation of an official community representatives committee, Aug. 24,1943

 

"Segregation of Persons of Japanese Ancestry in Tule Lake Relocation Center," WRA August, 1943

 

"Things to do and remember in preparing for your train trip" Aug. 26,1943

 

A.L.S. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat]

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun" re: trip to Amache, Colorado. Oct. 25,1943,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: trip to Amache Oct. 31,1943,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Dr. Opler, Nov. 1,1943

 

"Creative Evacuee Committee to aid resettlement" Nov. 13,1943

 

Memo, Granada project, Amache, Colorado, re: proposals for special counseling, Nov. 19,1943.

 

Copies of newspaper clippings re: Japanese Americans

 

List of members of Relocation Advisory Board.

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat], re: Japanese Relations with Korea and China Dec. 28,1943

 

Calendar of Events 1942,1943

 

WRA Minidoka Project, information.

Box 6, Folder 1

War Relocation, Miscellaneous and undated material 1943-

 

Poem - "at Tulelake Project"

 

Report on the Segregation with Special Reference to the work of the Community Representatives (Jikyaku-IIN) to date

 

"Problems of Cultural Assimilation"

 

Suggestions for conduct of Segregation Interviews

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Hon. Edward J. Ennis, Department of Justice, re: release from status of parolee

 

"Welcome Tuleans!" informative booklet published at Amache, Colorado

 

Key Reporter (Phi Beta Kappa), Autumn, 1943

 

"Our 110,000 New Boarders"

 

Schedual (sic] of train trips

 

Administrative instruction #78: storage and transportation of household goods, etc.

 

WRA: request for transportation of property and power of attorney

 

IKE NO BO - Flower Arrangements

 

"Outcasts" by Caleb Foot

 

"These are Our Parents" by George Morimitsu

 

Congressional record proceeding re: Pearl Harbor

 

WRA Administrative Instruction: Repatriation and Exchange

 

"Steel Facts"

 

"Ships

Box 6, Folder 2

War Relocation - 1943

 

Questionnaire, survey and results of questions asked of Japanese-Americans at Amache.

Box 6, Folder 3

War Relocation - Daily Tulean Dispatch, 1943

Box 6, Folder 4

War Relocation - Ichihashi - History of Tule Lake Relocation Center - Handwritten copy

Box 6, Folder 5

War Relocation - Reports and Diary, 1943-

 

Description of the relocation center

 

Are the Japanese ancestry here loyal to the U.S.?

 

Loyality of the Nisei by Frank Hijikata

 

The Social Background of Nisei prior to evacuation

 

A Nisei Diary

Box 6, Folder 6

War Relocation - The Tule Lake Interlude, May 27, 1942-1943, introduction by Yamato Ichihashi

Box 6, Folder 7

War Relocation - 1944

 

T.L.S. Payson Treat to Ichihashi, Jan. 4,1944

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito (?) to Ichihashi, re: conditions at Minidoka Project, Hunt, Idaho. Jan. 7,1944

 

Minidoka Irrigator, Nov. 8,1944

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Dr. and Mrs. Ichihashi, re: conditions at Minidoka Jan. 11,1944

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Shirai Kun," re: conditions at Amache Jan. 15,1944

 

"Americans facing a problem" Jan. 16,1944

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun" re: conditions at Amache Jan. 16,1944

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: History of relations between Japan and Korea Jan. 19,1944

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi re: report on labor relations at Minidoka Project Jan. 19,1944,

 

T.L. to Edward H. Spicer from John Rademaker, re: reinstitution of the draft for Nisei Feb. 16,1944, Feb. 22,1944,

 

Amache Consumer Enterprises, Inc., income and expense statement, March 1-31, 1944

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Dillon S. Myer, re: short history of WRA Mar. 14,1944,

 

Minutes of the Special Joint Committee for giving information to draft-age nisei, Mar. 17,1944

 

Information on Granada Project, Amache, Colorado

 

T.L re: Rohwer Co-operative Enterprises, Inc. May 31,1944 to June 15,1944

 

Granada Project Memorandum, Community Analysts trip to California and back. July 10,1944,

 

WRA Administrative notice, re: adult education. July 17,1944,

 

Factors and Attitudes in Resettlement Problem

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: conditions at Amache Sept. 22,1944,

 

Personal questions of the undersigned (George Sakiyawa) Sept. 23,1944

 

WRA - Relocation outlood

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: conditions at Amache Nov. 5,1944,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: conditions at Amache Nov. 26,1944

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Payson [Treat] re: possibility of evacuees returning home. Dec. 19,1944

Box 6, Folder 8

War Relocation - 1944-

 

Miscellaneous and undated papers.

 

The problem of re-settlement

 

The Nature of Residual Population in the Center, Summer 1944

 

Some papers in Japanese.

Box 6, Folder 9

War Relocation - 1944-

 

Miscellaneous reports and studies

 

Studies on population and re-location

 

Re-settlement after the removal of exclusion order

Box 6, Folder 10

War Relocation - Amache Community Council Minutes, October-December, 1944.

Box 7, Folder 1

War Relocation, 1944-

 

Adult Education program reports, surveys, list of participants.

Box 7, Folder 2

War Relocation - 1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun", re: problem involved with evacuees returning home Jan. 15 ,1945

 

WRA, memorandum, Jan. 29 ,1945

 

A Summary of problems and questions submitted by center residents, Feb. 10,1945

 

Reports on Reactions of Center Residents on newly announced policy of the center closure.

 

Amache Community Council Minutes, Feb. 27 , Mar. 1 , Mar. 13, Mar. 6,1945

 

Telegram - P.J. Treat to Ichihashi, re: Ichihashi trip back to Palo Alto Apr. 24 ,1945,

 

A.L. Ichihashi to "Kawashiri San" re: trip back to Palo Alto May 30 ,1945

 

T.L.S. Stanford University, Assistant Business Manager to Ichihashi, re: rental of campus housing June 9 ,1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to McFarling, re: requirements of parolees after their re-settlement June 25 ,1945,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Kiyowaza Danzo" re: trip from Amache June 27 ,1945,

 

T.L.S. Sakae Kawashiri to Ichihashi re: Yakohoma Specie Bank of San Francisco

 

T.L.S. James G. Lindley, Granada Project director to Ichihashi, July 23, 1945

 

T. L, S. "Delmer" to Ichihashi, Aug. 1 ,1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Kawashiri San" Aug. 3, 1945

 

T.L.S. Sakae Kawashiri to Ichihashi, re: relocation plans, Aug. 6 ,1945,

 

T L. Ichihashi to "Sto Kun," Aug. 19 ,1945

 

A.L.S. S. Kawashiri to Ichihashi, re: relocation plans. Aug. 30 ,1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Kawashiri Kun," re: relocation conditions Sept. 4 ,1945

 

T.L.S. Alice Westbrook to Ichihashi Sept. 6 ,1945

 

T.L.S. S. Kawashiri to Ichihashi, Sept. 11 ,1945

 

T.L.S. H. Hamatani to Dr. and Mrs. Ichihashi, re: resettlement in Sacramento Sept. 12 ,1945

 

T.L. S. "Delmer" to Ichihashi, re: plans for future Sept. 17 ,1945

 

T.L.S. Alice Westbrook to Ichihashi, re: bills to be paid. Sept. 18, 1945,

 

A.L.S. Sakae Kawkishiri to Ichihashi, re: settlement in Berkeley Sept. 19,1945,

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, re: resettlement problems Sept. 19,1945

 

T.L. Mrs. Ichihashi to State Banking Department, re: claim against Yokohama Specie bank. Sept. 24,1945

 

T. L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun," Sept. 24 ,1945

 

T.L.S. Ichihashi requesting return of telephone service to his home, Sept. 28 ,1945

 

A.L.S. S. Kawashiri to Ichihashi, re: working as a gardener in Berkeley Sept. 29 ,1945

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, re: plans for resettling family Oct. 4 ,1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun," Oct. 7 ,1945

 

A.L.S. "Delmer" to Ichihashi, re: trip from Honolulu to Washington, D.C. Nov. 4 ,1945,

 

T.L.S. denial to Ichihashi to have telephone installed in his home, Nov. 9 ,1945

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun," Nov. 1 ,1945, Dec. 10 ,1945

 

Various undated papers, some in Japanese

Box 7, Folder 3

War Relocation and Resettlement - 1946

 

T.L.S. Kenneth Yasuda to Ichihashi, re: Japanese copyrights Jan. 2,1946

 

A.L.S. "Delmer" to Ichihashi, Jan. 3, 1946

 

T.L.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service to Ichihashi, re: possible repatriation to Japan Jan. 14,1946,

 

A.L. Ichihashi to Professor Trotter, re: internment experiences

 

A.L. Ichihashi to Delmer Brown, Jan. 6,1946

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, Jan. 19,1946

 

T.L. Ichihashi to "Ito Kun" Jan. 22,1946

 

A.L.S. Hamatani to Dr. and Mrs. Ichihashi re: problems faced by resettling Japanese Feb. 1,1946,

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, re: post war conditions Feb. 10,1946,

 

A.L.S. S.V. Christianson to Ichihashi, re: snapshot taken of Ichihashi's sister Feb. 18,1946,

 

T.L.S. Stanford Committee on Public Exercises to Ichihashi, re: participation in Founder's Day Feb. 25,1946,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to Shizuko (sister), Feb. 21,1946

 

T.L.S. Hamatani to Ichihashi, re: Civil Rights Defense Union Mar. 3, 1946,

 

A.L.S. Delmer [Brown] to Ichihashi, Mar. 5, Mar. 11, 1946.

 

T.L.S. Payson [Treat] to Ichihashi, Mar. 19,1946

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, Apr. 9,1946

 

T.L.S. Delmer [Brown] to Ichihashi, re: research Apr. 20,1946,

 

A.L.S. Ichihashi to his sister, n.d. general greetings (Apr. 24,1946),

 

T.L.S. Talbot Bielefeldt to Ichihashi, re: delivering Ichihashi's letter to his sister Apr. 28,1946,

 

T.L.S. Delmer [Brown] to Ichihashi, re: research May 5,1946,

 

T.L.S. Bielefeldt to Ichihashi, re: future plans uncertain May 7,1946,

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, re: housing problems May 14,1946,

 

T.L. Ichihashi to St. Colonel [Bielefeldt], re: sending packages to Japan May 21,1946,

 

T.L.S. Bielefeldt to Ichihashi, re: uncertain plans on going to Japan, May 26,1946,

 

T.L.S. Kenji Ito to Ichihashi, re: alien land law June 24,1946,

 

T.L.S. "Geo" to Ichihashi, re: stay in Japan Sept. 5,1946,

 

A.L.S. Shizuko to her brother Ichihashi, Sept. 12,1946

Box 7, Folder 4

War Relocation's aftermath - Damage claim

 

Correspondence and forms, 1951-52

Box 7, Folder 5

War Relocation - miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 1942 ,1945

Box 8, Folder 1

War Relocation - Tule Lake - 1942-

 

Minutes of Council Meetings:

 

June 16,1942

 

June 23,1942

 

June 30,1942

 

July 7,1942

 

July 14,1942

 

July 21,1942

 

July 28,1942

 

Aug. 5,1942

 

Aug. 11,1942

 

Aug. 18,1942

 

Aug. 25,1942

 

Sept. l,1942

 

Sept. 5,1942

 

Sept. 7,1942

 

Sept. 13,1942

 

Sept. 15,1942

 

Sept. 22,1942

 

Report to Councilmen - Aug. 29,1942

 

Memo: Election of Fair Practice Committee Members - Sept. 15,1942

 

Charter of the Tule Lake Relocation Project in Japanese

 

Charter of Tule Lake Planning Board

Box 8, Folder 2

War Relocation - 1943

 

WRA office memorandum re: registration and registration notices, Feb. 13,1943

 

Daily Tulean Dispatch, Feb. 17,1943

 

Registration forms filled out by Ichihashi family

 

Statement of U.S. Citizen of Japanese Ancestry filled out by Woodrow Wilson Ichihashi

 

Application for leave clearance filled out by Woodrow W. Ichihashi

 

Special Council Meeting minutes, Feb. 12,1943

Box 9

Diaries, 1943-1946

Box 10

Diaries, 1947-1951

Box 11

Diaries, 1952-1957

Box 12

Diaries, 1958-1963