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    "title": "Kenjiro and Miyuki “Kay” Kida Family Collection",
    "description": "This collection consists of personal correspondence, legal documents, photographic prints, news clippings, and other materials related to a Japanese American family from White Salmon, Washington. These historical records trace a journey that included hurdles of federal and state laws, war and incarceration, exile and resettlement. Significantly, the collection includes firsthand accounts of the Portland Assembly Center and daily life at a Japanese American farm labor camp located outside of Nyssa, OR, while working in the sugar beet fields of Eastern Oregon.",
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    "unitdateinclusive": "1890-1990",
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            "namepart": "Johnson, James Albert \"Al\"",
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            "namepart": "Kida, George",
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            "namepart": "McCoy, Keith",
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            "namepart": "Pyatt, Sarah \"Sade\"",
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        {
            "namepart": "Waldron,Vickie",
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        {
            "namepart": "Wylder, Bertha",
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            "namepart": "United States government",
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            "namepart": "Mid-Columbia Japanese American Citizen League",
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    "extent": "150 personal correspondences, legal documents, photographic prints, news clippings, and other historical records; 0.5 linear feet.",
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    "contributor": "Japanese American Museum of Oregon; Portland, Oregon",
    "physloc": "Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center",
    "acqinfo": "Donated by Kathy Portner Wilkes to the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center on July 26, 2011, October 3, 2013, and February 19, 2014.",
    "custodhist": "The bulk of this collection was held by local historian Keith McCoy, temporarily transferred to another local historian, Ken Marvel, who then released custody to Kathy Portner Wilkes.",
    "processinfo": "2011.028; 2012.17; 2014.2. Collection processed by Emma O'Neil, Micah Merryman, and Todd Mayberry.",
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    "accessrestrict": "Collection stored at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center. Open for research. Advance notice required for access.",
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