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Administrative Highlights of the WRA Program (ddr-densho-282-4)
doc Administrative Highlights of the WRA Program (ddr-densho-282-4)
Description how the WRA's administration and their goals of managing "temporary living facilities for persons of Japanese ancestry" and also of helped them return to civilian life.
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 28 (July 13, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-76)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 28 (July 13, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-76)
Selected article titles: "Action of Board of Directors Commended" (p. 1), "'Fiction' Spread Cozzens Claims" (p. 2), "To Give Reward for Information" (p. 2), and "Land Includes Commercial Property, Judge Rules" (p. 4).
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 1: New Year Edition (January 1, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-46)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 1: New Year Edition (January 1, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-46)
Selected article titles: "WRA Reiterates Leave Eligibility of Evacuees" (p. 3), "Soldier's Kin to Receive Priority" (p. 4), and "Torment: A Pre-Evacuation Story" (p. 12).
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 29 (July 20, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-77)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 29 (July 20, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-77)
Selected article titles: "Myer Sets Dates for Closing of 8 Centers" (pp. 1-2), "Discrimination Hit in Seattle Boycott Case" (p. 2), "2 Army Officers to Fight Racial Discrimination" (p. 2), and "5422 Evacuees on WRA Payroll on June 30" (p. 4).
Memorandum: Nisei in Armed Forces (ddr-densho-155-22)
doc Memorandum: Nisei in Armed Forces (ddr-densho-155-22)
Notice sent from Minidoka concentration camp director Dillon S. Myer regarding numbers of Japanese Americans seving in the U.S. armed forces.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 20, (May 25, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-20)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 76, No. 20, (May 25, 1973) (ddr-pc-45-20)
Select article titles: "Plaque at Manzanar Camp 'Outraged' Seek Change" (p.1); "Seek Civil Service Retirement Credit for WRA Time" (p.1); "Rep. Matsunaga Appeals to President to Aid Filipino Immigrants in U.S." (p.1); "Day Workshop for Asian Elderly Seeks Local Aid" (p.2); "Denver Dedicates Sakura Square" (p.3); "Chinese in U.S. to Form Group Similar to JACL" (p.4).
Letter from Willard E. Schmidt, Internal Security Officer, to Earl D. Brooks, Personnel Division, War Relocation Authority, [December, 1943] (ddr-csujad-2-87)
doc Letter from Willard E. Schmidt, Internal Security Officer, to Earl D. Brooks, Personnel Division, War Relocation Authority, [December, 1943] (ddr-csujad-2-87)
Draft of the letter. Concerns job descriptions for Internal Security staffing; contains extensive handwritten annotations. See "Correspondence regarding need for Internal Security staff, December, 1943" found in item, sjs_sch_0085, for the final draft of the letter, dated December 16, 1943. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sjs_sch_0087
Report of the informal meeting of the stockade internees and the Co-ordinating Committee of the Tule Lake Center (ddr-csujad-2-102)
doc Report of the informal meeting of the stockade internees and the Co-ordinating Committee of the Tule Lake Center (ddr-csujad-2-102)
Provides minutes of meeting requested by stockade incarcerees, listing the incarcerees, Co-ordinating Committee members, and others in attendance and presenting paraphrased text, identifying speakers by name. Topics addressed include incarcerees' difficulties in talking honestly; their understanding of conditions in the camp outside of the stockade; the work of the Co-ordinating Committee and of the Negotiating Committee; ...
Memo from Co-ordinating Committee to R. [Raymond] R. Best, Project Director, Kiyotake, February 5, 1944 (ddr-csujad-2-71)
doc Memo from Co-ordinating Committee to R. [Raymond] R. Best, Project Director, Kiyotake, February 5, 1944 (ddr-csujad-2-71)
Memo requesting for release of Abe. Describes the situation of Abe (Joe Kiyotake Abe), who had been in Army custody since the end of December, 1943, and whose wife was hospitalized, leaving their three children without parental care. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sjs_sch_0071
Relocation program: a guidebook for the residents of relocation centers (ddr-csujad-7-23)
doc Relocation program: a guidebook for the residents of relocation centers (ddr-csujad-7-23)
Guidebook for incarcerees regarding WRA policies and procedures. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: HMLSC_Relocation_Guidebook
To all those oncern with securing private employment for the Japanese (ddr-csujad-18-9)
doc To all those oncern with securing private employment for the Japanese (ddr-csujad-18-9)
Administrative Instructions which outlining the conditions under which the Japanese American citizens will be released from "the relocation centers" for the purpose of accepting private employment. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: RSG_01-01_04
Weekly Press Review, no. 49, January 5, 1943 (ddr-csujad-19-64)
doc Weekly Press Review, no. 49, January 5, 1943 (ddr-csujad-19-64)
Survey by the War Relocation Authority "for use of the WRA Staff" of press activity, including stories published; clippings received and the work of clipping services; reporting from visits to "relocation centers"; summaries of editorial opinion and of "public attitudes" as reflected the work of columnists and in articles, letters to the editor, and reports for ...
'What about Hugh Kiino' (ddr-csujad-19-82)
doc 'What about Hugh Kiino' (ddr-csujad-19-82)
This article from a magazine "Harper's," vol. 187, no. 1121 (October 1943), by S. Burton Heath is about a Japanese American citizen called Hugh Kiino. It addresses how Kiino, his wife, and seven thousand other Japanese Americans were forced by the United States army to leave their homes, desert their businesses and enter incarceration camps. See ...
W.R.A. Tule Lake Project nametag (ddr-densho-365-18)
doc W.R.A. Tule Lake Project nametag (ddr-densho-365-18)
Takeharu Inouye's nametag and number badge for work as a farm laborer at the Tule Lake concentration camp. Inouye worked in farm operations, primarily on a mechanical harvester, until the injuries and deaths of several laborers led to the strikes at Tule Lake, and the termination of their employment.
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