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Letter to Okiyo Okagaki from Larry Tajiri (ddr-densho-338-166)
doc Letter to Okiyo Okagaki from Larry Tajiri (ddr-densho-338-166)
A letter telling Okiyo Okagaki that Larry and Guyo Tajiri will be traveling to Mexico for vacation. And mentions that Larry is selecting between jobs in Colorado Springs and Washington, D.C.
Poston Press Bulletin Vol. VII No. 12 (November 29, 1942) (ddr-densho-145-167)
doc Poston Press Bulletin Vol. VII No. 12 (November 29, 1942) (ddr-densho-145-167)
Selected article titles: "Children's Christmas Bazaar Planned at Poston III" (p. 1), "Residents Reminded of Chance to Contribute to Christmas Magazine" (p. 1), "Family from New Mexico Settles in Poston Two" (p. 3).
Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-210)
av Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-210)
Photocopy of a declassified memorandum for the reclassification of Keizaburo Koyama as a detained Enemy Alien. Koyama is currently listed as interned at Santa Fe, New Mexico and in the custody of Immigration and Naturalization Services.

Narrator Charlie Matsubara

Nisei male. Born June 3, 1920, in San Francisco, California. Grew up in the Los Angeles area. When World War II broke out, Charlie stayed in California with his brother to help take care of property and belongings while the rest of the family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Charlie and his brother were then sent ...
Charlie Matsubara - Mary Matsubara - Evelyn Togami Interview (ddr-densho-1009-3)
vh Charlie Matsubara - Mary Matsubara - Evelyn Togami Interview (ddr-densho-1009-3)
This interview was conducted with husband and wife Charlie and Mary Matsubara, and Mary's sister Evelyn Togami. Charlie was born June 3, 1920, in San Francisco, California. Mary was born January 3, 1922, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Evelyn was born December 9, 1920, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mary and Evelyn were living in California with their ...
Inauguration of Mexico's President Lazaro Cardenas (ddr-njpa-1-93)
img Inauguration of Mexico's President Lazaro Cardenas (ddr-njpa-1-93)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Inauguration of Mexico's 19th President. (Mexico City) Rengo. The inauguration of Mexico's 19th president, General Lazaro Cardenas was held here on December 1 in the National Stadium. The grand ceremony was undertaken amidst an atmosphere of passionate welcome, with thousands of citizens in attendance. General Cardenas, who turned 39 this year, is ...
Daily Press Review, Vol. VI, No. 14 (ddr-densho-156-278)
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. VI, No. 14 (ddr-densho-156-278)
Article titles: "Japanese Camp Rumors Exploded"; "Six Japanese Aliens Given Orders in Mexico"; "Beet Harvesting Nearly Half-Way"; "Items from Topaz"; "...Army Will Finish History's Most Humane Evacuation Nov. 1"; "FBI Arrests Jap: Posed as Korean"; "Letter to Editor."
Daily Press Review, Vol. VI, No. 21 (ddr-densho-156-285)
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. VI, No. 21 (ddr-densho-156-285)
Article titles: "Mass Hawaii Jap Ouster Unlikely"; "Jap Reprisal Due on War Prisoners, Berlin Radio Says"; "Clearing the Atmosphere"; "3 Plead Guilty as Jap Agents"; "Crop Survey of Big Horn Basin"; "FBI Seizes Jap Artist, 16 Others"; "Mexico Will Ease Italian Alien Curbs."
Daily Press Review, Vol. V, No. 1 (ddr-densho-156-241)
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. V, No. 1 (ddr-densho-156-241)
Article titles: "Letters to Editors"; "Labor from Mexico"; "Less Japanese Farm Labor Than Expected Available in Idaho"; "Items from Tulelake"; "Procedure for Obtaining Farm Labor Outlined"; "Maw Pleads for Jap Labor Draft"; "Caldwell Faces School Puzzle at Labor Camp"; "In the Magazines."
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 23 (June 12, 1987) (ddr-pc-59-23)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 104, No. 23 (June 12, 1987) (ddr-pc-59-23)
Selected article titles: "Teachers Get Lesson about WW2 Camps" (p. 1), "President de la Madrid Credits Japanese Nikkei with Strengthening Japan-Mexico Relationship" (pp. 1, 11), "Lies and Half-Truths" (p. 4), and "Turkish Group Opposes Bill to Fund Films" (p. 10).
Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-249)
doc Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-249)
Photocopy of a declassified memorandum concerning the change of status for Keizaburo Koyama. On January 1, 1944, Koyama's status changed from being "Interim Paroled" at Santa Fe, New Mexico to being paroled at Spokane and to be inducted into Minidoka War Relocation Project, Hunt, Idaho.
Testimony of Masao Takahashi (ddr-densho-67-192)
doc Testimony of Masao Takahashi (ddr-densho-67-192)
Written testimony of Masao Takahashi. Incarcerated in Missoula internment camp, Montana, Santa Fe internment camp, New Mexico, and Crystal City internment camp, Texas. This testimony was presented at the CWRIC hearing in Seattle, Washington, on Thursday, September 10, 1981, in the section titled "Japanese Speakers."
Testimony of John A. Yamasaki Eyon (ddr-densho-67-307)
doc Testimony of John A. Yamasaki Eyon (ddr-densho-67-307)
Written testimony of John A. Yamasaki Eyon, born in Shinsu, Japan. Incarcerated in the Lordsburg internment camp, New Mexico, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. This testimony was submitted for the CWRIC hearings in Seattle, Washington, September 9-11, 1981. Personal information excised by Densho.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2071 (November 30, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-47)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2071 (November 30, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-47)
Selected article titles: "Anti-Iranian Passion Reminiscent of Pearl Harbor Era" (pp. 1-2), "Multicultural Emphasis Made to Milwaukee Schoolteachers" (p. 2), "JACL Initiate Contacts with Mexico Nikkei" (pp. 3-4), and "From the Midwest: The Invisible Woman: From Geisha to Feminist" (p. 6).
New Mexico JACL Collection (ddr-densho-1009)
Collection New Mexico JACL Collection (ddr-densho-1009)
This collection consists of interviews conducted by the New Mexico chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League.

For more information about the chapter, please visit www.nmjacl.org.
Daily Press Review, Vol. III, No. 20 (ddr-densho-156-221)
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. III, No. 20 (ddr-densho-156-221)
Article titles: "Soldiers Harvest Crop, 600 Make $2800 in Day"; "Mexicans Help With Pea Crop"; "Tulelake Japanese Show Great Loyalty to U.S."; "White Farmers Doing Good Job"; "Elimination of Prohibited Zones Repeals Curfew"; "Mixed Populations"; "Too Much 'Loose' Conversation"; "In New Mexico"; "Sabotage in America"; "Police Hold Japanese Youth for Quiz"; "Post Office at Relocation Center ...
Bill Nishimura Interview Segment 8 (ddr-densho-1000-119-8)
vh Bill Nishimura Interview Segment 8 (ddr-densho-1000-119-8)
Decision to renounce U.S. citizenship: "We really didn't have any choice"; forming the Hoshidan, moving to Santa Fe internment camp, New Mexico; a chaotic incident with the border-patrol

This interview took place at the 2000 Tule Lake Pilgrimage in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Topaz Times Vol. V No. 13 (November 2, 1943) (ddr-densho-142-232)
doc Topaz Times Vol. V No. 13 (November 2, 1943) (ddr-densho-142-232)
Selected article titles: "Amache MP's Transferred to Wyoming" (p. 1), "5 Internees Here from New Mexico" (p. 1), "35 Topaz Workers First Group to Arrive at Tule Lake Center" (p. 1), "Negro Authority on Race Issues to Speak Tonight" (p. 1), "RE: Canada: Japanese Can Sue Gov't" (p. 2).
Testimony of Seiyei Wakukawa (ddr-densho-67-145)
doc Testimony of Seiyei Wakukawa (ddr-densho-67-145)
Written testimony of Seiyei Wakukawa, born in Japan, immigrated to Hawaii at an early age. Incarcerated in Lordsburg internment camp, New Mexico. This testimony was presented at the CWRIC hearing in Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, September 9, 1981, in the section titled "The Hawaiian Experience." Personal information excised by Densho.
Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-248)
doc Memorandum for Alien Enemy Information Bureau Office of the Provost Marshal General War Department, Washington D.C. (ddr-one-5-248)
Photocopy of a declassified memorandum concerning the change of status for Keizaburo Koyama. On December 11, 1943, Koyama's status changed from being interned at Santa Fe, New Mexico to being "Interim Paroled" at Santa Fe for travel to Hunt, Idaho. The parole was ordered by the Attorney General on November 26, 1943.
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 39 No. 18 (October 29, 1954) (ddr-pc-26-44)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 39 No. 18 (October 29, 1954) (ddr-pc-26-44)
Selected article titles: "Many Japanese called for Nov. 11 mass naturalization ceremonies" (p. 1), "Presence of Nisei student in group cause interest among Indonesians" (p. 1), "Two former presidents blocked move to intern Mexico Japanese" (p. 3), "National Conference on Citizenship granted federal charter; JACL only nat'l group representing Asians" (p. 5).

Narrator Mary Matsubara

Nisei female. Born January 3, 1922, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When World War II broke out, the family was living in California. To avoid being sent in a concentration camp, they caravanned along with several other Japanese American families back to Albuquerque, where they remained throughout the war.

Narrator Evelyn Togami

Nisei female. Born December 9, 1920, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When World War II broke out, the family was living in California. To avoid being sent in a concentration camp, they caravanned along with several other Japanese American families back to Albuquerque, where they remained throughout the war.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 8 (August 22, 1986) (ddr-pc-58-33)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 8 (August 22, 1986) (ddr-pc-58-33)
Selected article titles: "Foes of California English Initiative Form Coalition to Prevent Passage" (pp. 1, 8), "Japanese National Kept in Detention by Provision on McCarran-Walter Act" (pp. 1, 3), "President's Corner: Here's What We're Doing" (p. 5), and "U.S., Latin American Nikkei Athletes 'Go for the Gold' in Mexico Sportsfest" (pp. 6-7).
Toshichika Maeda with his daughter (ddr-njpa-4-979)
img Toshichika Maeda with his daughter (ddr-njpa-4-979)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "10 years ago he gave up the honorable title of viscount to live with a Mexican woman. Toshichika Maeda finished a visit to his mother, who was sick, and left with his first daughter, 9, for Mexico, where his loving wife, 25, and his second daughter are waiting for him."
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