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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, No. 22 (November 29, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-48)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, No. 22 (November 29, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-48)
Selected article titles: "Mountain-Plains DC to Honor Outstanding Japanese Americans; Sen. Dominick, Marutani to Address Convention Delegates" (pp. 1-2), "UCLA Chancellor Assures Scholarly Issei Social History" (p. 1), "To the Nisei, Kennedy Enjoyed Special Significance No Other President Has Had" (p. 1), and "Washington Newsletter: State Reapportionment" (pp. 2-3).
Letter from Francis Biddle, Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 8, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-4)
doc Letter from Francis Biddle, Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 8, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-4)
Biddle's response to Smith's letter to Harry Truman requesting that J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI become involved in stopping the arson and shootings perpetrated against Japanese Americans (see Letter from Frank Herron Smith to President Harry S. Truman, May 4, 1945) informs Smith that unless a federal law is violated, he can not be involved. ...
Letter from Tom C. Clark,  Assistant Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 31, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-7)
doc Letter from Tom C. Clark, Assistant Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 31, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-7)
Referencing Clark's May 4, 1945 letter to Harry Truman regarding violence against Japanese Americans on the West Coast, Clark informs Smith that unless a federal law is violated, the FBI can not be involved. See related Letter from Frank Herron Smith to President Harry S. Truman, May 4, 1945. See this object in the California State ...
Letter from Francis Biddle, Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 30, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-6)
doc Letter from Francis Biddle, Attorney General of the United States, to Frank Herron Smith, May 30, 1945 (ddr-csujad-21-6)
Response to information from Smith states that, unless a federal law is violated, Biddle can not be involved, but that this "serious" matter "should be taken up directly with the Governor of California." See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 065-1-a-01-01-06
Mimeographed copy of
doc Mimeographed copy of "Racism and Reason", published by the Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority (October 2, 1944) (ddr-janm-1-45)
10-page mimeographed copy of a speech entitled "Racism and Reason," published by the Department of the Interior, War Relocation Authority, Washington, DC. Address was to be delivered by Dillon S. Myer, Director of the War Relocation authority at an interfaith meeting sponsored by the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play, at Los Angeles, ...
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