img Lazaro Cardenas, President of Mexico giving his farewell speech (ddr-njpa-1-96)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "President Cardenas Steps Down. President Cardenas gave his farewell address to the Mexican Congress following the completion of his term of office on September 1, receiving applause from the full house. Photograph: President Cardenas at the microphone. [stamped] October 8, 1940."
doc Jap Naval Base Found in Mexico (February 7, 1915) (ddr-densho-56-261)
The Seattle Daily Times, February 7, 1915, p. 10
doc Japanese-Mexico Land Buy Blocked. State Department Warns Dealers That 600,000-Acre Purchase Must Not Go. Against Foreign Policy. (March 23, 1919) (ddr-densho-56-320)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 23, 1919, p. 21
doc Japanese Mission On Land Survey in Mexico (October 30, 1924) (ddr-densho-56-393)
The Seattle Daily Times, October 30, 1924, p. 4
doc Plan to Colonize Japanese Probed. Orientals Said to Be Negotiating for 800,000 Acres in Mexico Near Border. Senator Sends Report. (March 21, 1919) (ddr-densho-56-319)
The Seattle Daily Times, March 21, 1919, p. 16
doc The Japanese in Mexico. (May 1, 1912) (ddr-densho-56-213)
The Seattle Daily Times, May 1, 1912, p. 6
img Lazaro Cardenas, President of Mexico (ddr-njpa-1-97)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas News. Uprising in Mexico. (Mexico) Domei. Mexican President Cardenas traveled to San Luis Potosi on May 24 to suppress an uprising of farmers there sparked by the followers of his political opponent General Cedillo. Photograph: President Cardenas (left) and federal troops arriving at San Luis Potosi station after hearing ...
img Portrait of Lazaro Cardenas, President of Mexico (ddr-njpa-1-94)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "No. 7,316. Lazaro Cardenas, President of Mexico. [stamped] September 1938."
vh Mary Jean Spallino Interview Segment 14 (ddr-manz-1-168-14)
Taking a trip to Mexico
doc Truth About Japs in Mexico Now Demanded (April 28, 1912) (ddr-densho-56-211)
The Seattle Daily Times, April 28, 1912, p. 10
doc "Internment Camp Hospital; Santa Fe, New Mexico. February 21, 1945" (ddr-densho-223-52)
Numbered drawing of people in group photo with list of names. No corresponding photo found in the collection.
doc Family Camp Applicant Now Interned at Santa Fe, New Mexico (ddr-one-5-203)
Photocopy of a declassified memo on Keizaburo Koyama on his request to be reunited with his family in Minidoka, Idaho. Two initials are next to the option for "Parole to WRA without rehearing" option. On the bottom is written seven statements on Koyama including his occupation being a dentist, his memberships, his Army report, that he ...
vh Midori Suzuki - Sanzui A. Takaha Interview Segment 2 (ddr-manz-1-173-2)
Father's immigration story: walking north from Mexico
vh Toyoko Okumura Interview Segment 16 (ddr-janm-13-6-16)
Father's removal from Tule Lake to Santa Fe, New Mexico
vh Roy Ebihara Interview Segment 1 (ddr-densho-1000-222-1)
Born in New Mexico, delivered by a veterinarian
vh Iwao Peter Sano Interview Segment 2 (ddr-jamsj-2-9-2)
Father's family background: immigration to Mexico and walking north
vh Mary Kageyama Nomura Interview Segment 2 (ddr-densho-1000-255-2)
Father's family background: father's immigration to the U.S. through Mexico
doc Relocation Prospects - Colorado, New Mexico, Eastern Wyoming and Montana, Western Nebraska, Kansas, and North and South Dakota (ddr-densho-156-155)
Written by Harold S. Choate, Relocation Supervisor, Denver.
vh Roy Ebihara Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1000-222-15)
Arrival at the Old Raton Ranch, New Mexico