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"War hysteria"

World War II (66)
Pearl Harbor and aftermath (112)
"War hysteria" (105)

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Interpreter Releases Vol. XVIII No. 57 Series C: The Foreign Born in U.S.A., No. 13 Supplement No. II (ddr-densho-356-840)
doc Interpreter Releases Vol. XVIII No. 57 Series C: The Foreign Born in U.S.A., No. 13 Supplement No. II (ddr-densho-356-840)
Supplement to Interpreter Releases Vol. XVIII No. 57 Series C: The Foreign Born in U.S.A., No. 13. Supplement includes three press releases by the Attorney General from between December 10, 1941 and December 14, 1941.
Meeting Minutes from Committee of Immigrant Serving Agencies  meeting on December 11, 1941 (ddr-densho-356-758)
doc Meeting Minutes from Committee of Immigrant Serving Agencies meeting on December 11, 1941 (ddr-densho-356-758)
Meeting Minutes from Committee of Immigrant Serving Agencies meeting on December 11, 1941. Special meeting called to discuss five major problems facing Japanese Americans since the declaration of war. The five issues are: finance, transportation, unemployment, education, and child care.
Interpreter Releases Vol. XVIII No. 57 Series C: The Foreign Born in U.S.A., No. 13 (ddr-densho-356-838)
doc Interpreter Releases Vol. XVIII No. 57 Series C: The Foreign Born in U.S.A., No. 13 (ddr-densho-356-838)
Summery of and full text of President Franklin Roosevelt's Proclamation regarding citizens of Japan in the United States. Summery produced by Common Council for American Unity.
Newspaper clipping (ddr-densho-415-6)
doc Newspaper clipping (ddr-densho-415-6)
Photocopy of a newspaper clipping from the Rock Springs Rocket on the mass firing of Japanese Nationals from the railroad industry.
Letter to Clarence R. Walker from Gonkichi Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-34)
doc Letter to Clarence R. Walker from Gonkichi Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-34)
Letter to Clarence R. Walker from Gonkichi Miyagi. Gonkichi talks about receiving 125 dollars from Clarence Walker for Clarence having sold something of Gonkichi's. Gonkichi tells Clarence he does not expect to return to California any time soon. Gonkichi talks how he feels about his grandson William Miyagi being drafted into the army while the rest …
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