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Written piece:
doc Written piece: "Halloween Dance" (ddr-densho-102-29)
This piece was written by Kara Kondo, and is part of a series titled "Sketches from Evacuation."
Japanese Americans taking art classes (ddr-densho-151-479)
img Japanese Americans taking art classes (ddr-densho-151-479)
Original caption: Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California. In the Art School at this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.
Original artwork (ddr-densho-167-73)
doc Original artwork (ddr-densho-167-73)
This artwork was drawn for the Rohwer newspaper and calendar
The Harmonaires (ddr-densho-280-8)
doc The Harmonaires (ddr-densho-280-8)
This document outlines the history of the musical group, "The Harmonaires," starting in 1939 and following them through the war. A complete list of musicians is included.
The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 2 (March 16, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-7)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 2 (March 16, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-7)
Selected article titles: "Mar. 20 Life Mag. to Have Center Story" (p. 1), "Farm Program Drafted-Jarret: Two Unit Farm Plan Covers 1252 Acres" (p. 2), "3 Day Event Slated: Centerwide Program to Be at Auditorium" (p. 3), and "Spain Counsul Does Not Act for Nisei" (p. 3).
The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 9 (April 27, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-14)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 9 (April 27, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-14)
Selected article titles: "20-25 Group Predominates in Tule Lake" (pp. 1-2), "Voluntary Terminations Aid Employment Policy" (pp. 1-2), and "Danjo Seinenkai Exhibit Attracts Large Crowds" (p. 2).
Painting of the rubber extraction process (ddr-manz-2-13)
img Painting of the rubber extraction process (ddr-manz-2-13)
Caption: "A huge blender speedily stirring gallons of water mixed with chopped guayule, forces rubber out of the wood. This is a mechanical method which has been proved most efficient in extracting rubber from guayule shrubs."
Painting of Japanese Americans leaving for a different camp (ddr-manz-2-61)
img Painting of Japanese Americans leaving for a different camp (ddr-manz-2-61)
Caption: "Bainbridge people bidding farewell as they leave for Minnedoka [sic] relocation camp."
Painting of a cooking class at Manzanar High School (ddr-manz-2-48)
img Painting of a cooking class at Manzanar High School (ddr-manz-2-48)
"A cooking class. What vitamins do potatoes have? Miss Smith teaches her girls in what used to be the kitchen of mess hall 7."
Painting of a biologist working with guayule (ddr-manz-2-71)
img Painting of a biologist working with guayule (ddr-manz-2-71)
Caption: "A biologist hybidizes [sic] Guayule trying to produce plants superior in quality then those existing now."
Painting of roll call at Manzanar High School (ddr-manz-2-52)
img Painting of roll call at Manzanar High School (ddr-manz-2-52)
Caption: "Roll call is taken. This was the first day of school he study hall. Converted from a former mess ahll, resounded with laughter as Mr. Vanderjagt aide would call a name a squeaky soprano would respond 'Here,' only to be followed by an off-pitch bass 'Heah.'"
img Painting of a classroom scene (ddr-manz-2-49)
Caption: "'Gee, that angleworm's my name' said Haruo, slouched over the classroom steps as Mr. Lamphere showed his shorthand pupils how to write their name in the Gregg manner."
Painting of Japanese Americans making improvements to barracks (ddr-manz-2-62)
img Painting of Japanese Americans making improvements to barracks (ddr-manz-2-62)
Caption: "Residents installed plaster boards inside barracks. This was the room of Mr. and Mrs. Kurahashi."
Hiroshi Kashiwagi Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1002-4-11)
vh Hiroshi Kashiwagi Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1002-4-11)
Description of play written about the camp experience and the loyalty issue
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 20 (May 22, 1987) (ddr-pc-59-20)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 20 (May 22, 1987) (ddr-pc-59-20)
Selected article titles: "House Subcommittee Gives Its Approval to Redress Bill" (p. 1, 8), "Reagan Announces Heritage Week and Asian Nomination" (p. 1), "Authors Comb Country for Camp Artists" (p. 2), and "Department of Justice?" (pp. 4-5).
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