Facilities, services, and camp administration

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Facilities, services, and camp administration (704)

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Visitor's receipt for meals (ddr-densho-25-110)
doc Visitor's receipt for meals (ddr-densho-25-110)
In 1943, Mitsuo Iseri was on leave from the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. He visited Minidoka, and received this receipt for meals.
Camp building fire (ddr-densho-37-352)
img Camp building fire (ddr-densho-37-352)
Original WRA caption: Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, California. Quick work, by the evacuee Fire Department, kept the fire, which broke out in the office located at the old hog farm, from doing other than minor damage.
Newsreel and newspaper cameramen in camp (ddr-densho-37-355)
img Newsreel and newspaper cameramen in camp (ddr-densho-37-355)
Original WRA caption: Newsreel cameramen and newspaper cameramen from the San Francisco newspapers photograph potatoe planting on the farm at the Tule Lake Relocation Center.
Group in camp director's office (ddr-densho-37-735)
img Group in camp director's office (ddr-densho-37-735)
The Minidoka concentration camp director, Harry Stafford, is seated at his desk.
Ceremonial presentation (ddr-densho-37-668)
img Ceremonial presentation (ddr-densho-37-668)
Original WRA caption: Tura Nakamura, block manager of block 42-44 presents ceremonial Tai fish to Project Director, H.L. Stafford and Philip Schafer, assistant project director, on behalf of the block managers as a token of appreciation for the manner in which the administration helped to make the Army volunteering program a success.
Japanese American firemen playing cards (ddr-densho-37-179)
img Japanese American firemen playing cards (ddr-densho-37-179)
Original WRA caption: The evacuee firemen spend their recreation moments, as do all firemen, by playing a good old American game of cards.
Military police (ddr-densho-37-822)
img Military police (ddr-densho-37-822)
Original WRA caption: Military Police at assembly center for persons of Japanese ancestry evacuated from coastal areas.
Topaz concentration camp project director (ddr-densho-37-559)
img Topaz concentration camp project director (ddr-densho-37-559)
Original WRA caption: Topaz, Utah. Charles E. Ernst, Project Director, at his desk in the Administrative building at the Topaz Relocation Center.
National Emergency Conference report (ddr-densho-67-15)
doc National Emergency Conference report (ddr-densho-67-15)
Japanese American Citizens League report from a conference addressing internal security in Manzanar concentration camp, California. Report warns of internal strife, danger of pro-Japan groups, reports on judicial system, fire and police protection, and illicit activities. Includes an account of an attack on a Japanese American camp police officer, and description of "gangs" within camp.
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 14 (April 6, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-63)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 14 (April 6, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-63)
Selected article titles: "Stop List Interviews, Deportation Hearings Being Conducted Here" (pp. 1-2), "Center's End of Year Population Figures Given" (p. 1), "Four Violators Plead Guilty at Project Trials" (p. 2), and "Hana Matsuri: Center Buddhist Churches to Hold Gotanye Services" (p. 3).
Special notice (ddr-densho-284-105)
doc Special notice (ddr-densho-284-105)
Special notice from project director R. R. Best regarding relocation procedures.
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