100th Infantry Battalion
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 4 (January 22, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-4)
Selected article titles: "History Project Schedule in Four Areas Tightened" (p.1), "Johnson Asks Removal of Racial Bars in Immigration" (p.1-2), "First Japanese in Denver Reputed to Be 'Pleasure Girls' Imported by Chinese" (p.1-2), "One or More Health Insurance Policies" (p.2), "CREA Will Oppose Any Attempt to Kill Prop. 14 Victory" (p.3), "Race Relations Legislation to Be …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 55, No. 6 (August 10, 1962) (ddr-pc-34-32)
Selected article titles: "JACL Fears Bill to Tax-Exempt Claims May Be Pigeonholed" (p.1), "Jewish Press Raises Issue Against IRS on Taxing Evacuation Claim Awards" (p.1-2), "Nisei Week Festival Launches 22nd Edition; 10 Vie for Queenship" (p.1), "Chinese American Judge Hears Case Suing County Grand Jury System Bans Negroes" (p.3), "Memorial Service to Enshrine 3,000 Nisei War …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, Vol. 21 (May 22, 1964) (ddr-pc-36-21)
Selected article titles: "Realtor against Initiative Addresses PSWDC, Explains Cal. Fair Housing" (p.1, 4), "100th Infantry Regains Old Name" (p.1), "Naturalized Issei Permanently Residing in Japan Aided by Rule" (p.1), "Community Affairs Seminar to Be Organized" (p.3).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 60, No. 11 (March 12, 1965) (ddr-pc-37-11)
Selected article titles: "Orange County Japanese Become Millionaires as Land Value Rise, but Hard Times Strike Growers in Imperial Valley-JHP Learns" (p.1-2), "Documents for History Project Gain in Volume" (p.1-2), "Ventura County Lemon Growers Authorized Limited 'Tanno' Use" (p.1-2), "100th, 442nd Designations to Be Retained" (p.3), "San Francisco Japanese Cultural, Trade Center Groundbreaking Rites Set Mar. …
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 12 (September 20, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-37)
Selected article titles: "San Mateo JACL Not Convinced by Explanation" (pp. 1, 4), "An Editorial Up Front: Full, Free, Absolute Pardon" (p. 1), "Enlistments in 'Go for Broke' Battalion Lag, Unit May Fade" (p. 5), and "Job-Lacking Town Induces Japanese to Build Steel Mill" (p. 6).
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 14 (October 4, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-39)
Selected article titles: "Textbook Selection Needs Revamping" (p. 1), "War History of 442nd and 100th Inf. Suggested Be Included at 'Punchbowl'" (pp. 1, 4), "Washington Newsletter: Amnesty for Vietnam War Resisters Recalls Tragic Nisei WW2 Cases" (pp. 1, 3), and "Central Cal's Heartbeat Survey Shows Nikkei Living on Abundant 'Rich' Diet" (p. 3).
doc 11th Triennial Nisei Veterans Reunion Maui News supplement (ddr-densho-390-139)
Articles on the 11th Nisei Veterans Reunion held in Maui, with a list of participants. Walter Matsuoka is listed on page 24 with the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
doc Letter from Clarence, James Kado's son, to James Kado (ddr-densho-122-515)
Copy of letter including sketch of Heart Mountain, personal information redacted.
doc Presidential Citation Given to 100th Infantry Battalion & story on the Battle of Belvedere (ddr-densho-356-1038)
Text of the Presidential Citation given to the 100th Infantry Battalion and a story of the Battle of Belvedere published in Yank: The Army Weekly.
doc Letter to Yuri Domoto from Yoshito Shibata (ddr-densho-356-236)
Letter to Yuriko Domoto Tsukada from Yoshito Shibata in which he talks about the press a Marine office gave about Nisei soldiers learning Japanese in Minnesota and using it in the Pacific theater, the announcement of the formation of 442nd/100th Battalion, a recent proposal to relocate Japanese Americans into Midwestern states in defense and agricultural jobs, …
doc Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-16)
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from her older brother William "Bill" Miyagi. Bill writes about his military service in Italy and Austria, and his one-day trip to Milan. He also writes about hearing that Hachi Izumi has arrived overseas, but has not seen him yet.
doc Letter to Takeko Miyagi from Bill Miyagi (ddr-densho-416-17)
Letter to Takeko Miyagi from her older brother William "Bill" Miyagi. Bill writes his military service hoping to avoid combat. He also talks about the improvement in his food since coming overseas as he as access to fresh food. He tells that his mail is slowly catching up to him, he is receiving items addressed from …