Pacific Citizen, Vol. 61, No. 24 (December 10, 1965)

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Pacific Citizen 1965 Collection

Selected article titles: "All Systems 'Go' for Repeal of Washington Land Law"(p.1-2), "Education Key to Freedom, Mrs. Mink says" (p.1), "1965 Immigration Laws" (p.2), "Tall Watch-Tower Overlooking Minidoka WRA Camp Still Standing, says Seattleite after Insepction Trip" (p.3), "'Nisei' Japanese Cherry Trees Planted at Washington Monument Area, Part of 3,800 from Japanese Government" (p.5), "10 Visas Granted Japanese Immigrants to U.S. as Quota Restrictions Removed" (p.6).

December 10, 1965



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