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Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 17 (August 29, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-15)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 17 (August 29, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-15)
Selected article titles: "Center Residents Assured of Getting Basic Clothing" (p. 1), "Rules Given on Bringing in of Personal Property" (p. 1), "Internee Correspondence" (p. 1), "Editorial: Women and the War" (p. 4).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 3 (May 30, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-3)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 3 (May 30, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-3)
Selected article titles: "Residents Receive Over 1000 Visitors in 10 Days" (p. 1), "Want to Get Married?" (p. 1), "Rules Given for Notifying Draft Board of Address" (p. 2), "School Begins for Younger Children" (p. 3).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 15 (August 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-13)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 15 (August 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-13)
Selected article titles: "Procedure Announced for Tanforan Panel Election" (p. 1), "Cupid Snares First Center Pair; Wedding on Sunday" (p. 1), "Our Center Hospital: Its Birth and Growth" (p. 4).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 11 (July 18, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-18)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 11 (July 18, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-18)
Selected article titles: "Nominations Slated for Legislative Congress" (p. 1), "House Managers" (p. 1), "Medical Center News and Announcements" (p. 4).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 8 (July 4, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-8)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 8 (July 4, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-8)
Selected article titles: "Center Residents to Hold Fourth of July Program" (p. 1), "Constitution Drafted" (p. 1), "Messages Via Red Cross" (p. 3).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 10 (July 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-17)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 10 (July 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-17)
Selected article titles: "Tanforan Assembly Constitution Approved" (p. 1), "Constitution and By-Laws of the Tanforan Assembly" (p. 1).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 9 (July 11, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-9)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 9 (July 11, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-9)
Selected article titles: "1st Pay Checks Issued" (p. 1), "Basic Clothing Service to Start Monday Morning" (p. 1).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 5 (June 13, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-5)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 5 (June 13, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-5)
Selected article titles: "19 to Vie for Votes. Seeking Five Council Posts. Election Tuesday" (p. 1), "One Out of Every Five in Center is Working" (p. 2), "Fire Force Has Situation Well in Hand, Says Chief" (p. 2), "Oath Asked on Draft Forms" (p. 2), "Model Planes, Tins, Tubs, Gardens" (p. 4).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 12 (July 25, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-10)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 12 (July 25, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-10)
Selected article titles: "80 Candidates Picked for Legislative Congress Race" (p. 1), "Tonsorial Parlor: Barber Shop to You!" (p. 4), "Editorial: Absentee Voting" (p. 6), "Editorial: Gambling" (p. 6), "Laundry and Cleaning Prices Given" (p. 8).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 4 (June 6, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-4)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 4 (June 6, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-4)
Selected article titles: "Pros, Cons of Nisei Attitude Discussed" (p. 1), "WRA Volunteer Plan Told" (p. 1), "No More Monday Visitors" (p. 2), "Introducing: The New Police Chief Here" (p. 2), "Dr. Togasaki Clarifies Birth Rate Rumors" (p. 5).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 16 (August 22, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-14)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 16 (August 22, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-14)
Selected article titles: "Many in Center Will Cast Votes in State Primaries" (p. 1), "Count of Federal Property to be Made Monday Evening" (p. 1), "Voluntary Evacuation" (p. 1).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 6 (June 20, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-6)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 6 (June 20, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-6)
Selected article titles: "Five Win Posts in Election for Center Council" (p. 1), "Permits Needed for Parties" (p. 3), "Optometric Clinic Opens" (p. 3), "Center Has Active Legionnaire Group" (p. 6).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 18 (September 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-19)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 18 (September 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-19)
Selected article titles: "Rules Given for Packing Property for Relocation" (p. 1), "Mardi Gras Events..." (p. 1), "Center Garden" (p. 2).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 1 (May 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-1)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 1 (May 15, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-1)
Selected article titles: "Assembly Center Head Greets Residents. Cooperation Stressed" (p. 1), "P.O.'s Daily Tote Hits 6000" (p. 1), "'Home Sweet Stall'" (p. 2).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 13 (August 1, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-11)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 13 (August 1, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-11)
Selected article titles: "38 Elected in Tanforan Legislative Congress Poll" (p. 1), "Americanization Classes" (p. 5).
Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 7 (June 27, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-7)
doc Tanforan Totalizer Vol. I No. 7 (June 27, 1942) (ddr-densho-149-7)
Selected article titles: "New Council Takes on Official Duties" (p. 1), "Yamasaki Speaks for Council at Induction" (p. 1).
View of barracks (ddr-densho-151-357)
img View of barracks (ddr-densho-151-357)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. Shown here is one type of barracks for family use. These were formerly the stalls for race horses. Each family is assigned to two small rooms, the inner one with no outside door nor window. The center has been in operation about six weeks. 8,000 evacuees are now assembled here.
Last San Francisco family arriving at Tanforan (ddr-densho-151-158)
img Last San Francisco family arriving at Tanforan (ddr-densho-151-158)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. The last family off of the bus from San Francisco, have just arrived at this assembly center which will be their home until relocation centers inland have been established and are ready for occupancy.
View of barracks (ddr-densho-151-344)
img View of barracks (ddr-densho-151-344)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. This scene shows one type of barracks for family use. These were formerly the stalls for race horses. Each family is assigned to two small rooms, the inner one, of which, has no outside door nor window. The center has been in operation about six weeks and 8,000 persons of Japanese ...
Japanese American workers digging a ditch (ddr-densho-151-342)
img Japanese American workers digging a ditch (ddr-densho-151-342)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. Maintenance work, repair and construction is done by volunteer evacuee workers. The wages are $8.00 per month for 48 hours per week. This gang of boys and young men are digging a drainage tank along the front of one of the barracks.
Dental clinic (ddr-densho-151-341)
img Dental clinic (ddr-densho-151-341)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. The dental clinic in one of a group of four buildings devoted to medical services. All medical services at this assembly center are conducted by doctors and nurses of Japanese ancestry. After weeks of difficulty due to lack of equipment and facilities, they are now able to care for the needs ...
Japanese Americans inside barracks (ddr-densho-151-330)
img Japanese Americans inside barracks (ddr-densho-151-330)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. Old Mr. Konda in barrack apartment, after supper. He lives here with his two sons, his married daughter and her husband. They share two small rooms together. His daughter is seen behind him, knitting. He has been a truck farmer and raised his family who are also farmers, in Centerville, Alameda ...
Women's latrine (ddr-densho-151-356)
img Women's latrine (ddr-densho-151-356)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. In this scene are shown sanitary facilities; campaign poster (5 Councilmen to be elected at general election) and a row of barracks beyond.
Japanese American workers resting in shade (ddr-densho-151-343)
img Japanese American workers resting in shade (ddr-densho-151-343)
Original caption: San Bruno, California. Time out for some of the boys on the Work Corps. All maintenance work, repair and construction is done by volunteer evacuee workers. The wages are $8.00 per month for 48 hours a week. This gang of boys and young men are digging a drainage tank along one of the barracks.
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