The Kinuta Uno Collection consists of letters and documents regarding the Uno Family's life in Seattle, Washington pre-World War II through their removal and life in Pinedale Assembly Center, Tule Lake and Minidoka concentration camp. Pre-war topics include: family business dealings and Kinuta Uno's work with the Northwest American Japanese Association, Seattle Zairyudobo, and the Consulate of Japan. Also covered is Kinuta Uno's arrest and trail at Fort Missoula, the Uno Family's preparation and removal to Pinedale Assembly Center, and life at Tule Lake and Minidoka concentration camps.
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101 miscellaneous documents, correspondence and forms.
Courtesy of the Kinuta Uno Collection, Densho
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