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American Concentration Camps VOLUME 8 1944 and 1945 Japanese of Hawaii (ddr-densho-372-8)
doc American Concentration Camps VOLUME 8 1944 and 1945 Japanese of Hawaii (ddr-densho-372-8)
Volume 8 divides into five sections. Description about this volume reads directly from the book as follows: Part 1 features archival documents from 1944 and 1945 that depict the winding down of the relocation program. Part 2 features selected pages of a Congressional Record from February 23, 1944 and June 23, 1944 that resulted in the …
Civil Service Commission Notice of Rating (ddr-densho-365-4)
doc Civil Service Commission Notice of Rating (ddr-densho-365-4)
Takeharu Inouye received this Notice of Rating from the United States Civil Service Commission, indicating that he was deemed eligible in his application for a position as a laborer. This was not an appointment to a position, merely a calculated rating of his writing skills and education. Takeharu hoped to find work when he moved with …
War Department Notification of Personnel Action (ddr-densho-365-5)
doc War Department Notification of Personnel Action (ddr-densho-365-5)
This Notification of Personnel Action from the War Department granted Takeharu Inouye a temporary appointment as a warehouse laborer in Ogden, Utah. Takeharu hoped to find work when he moved with his family to Utah after their internment in Tule Lake during WWII.
War Department Notification of Personnel Action (ddr-densho-365-6)
doc War Department Notification of Personnel Action (ddr-densho-365-6)
This Notification of Personnel Action from the War Department granted Takeharu Inouye a probational appointment as a warehouse laborer in Ogden, Utah. Takeharu hoped to find work when he moved with his family to Utah after their internment in Tule Lake during WWII.
Memorandum of Understanding (ddr-densho-205-5)
doc Memorandum of Understanding (ddr-densho-205-5)
This document is a signed agreement regarding indefinite leave from camp.
Letter to Kinuta Uno at Tule Lake concentration camp (ddr-densho-324-15)
doc Letter to Kinuta Uno at Tule Lake concentration camp (ddr-densho-324-15)
Correspondence from Kinuta Uno's daughter regarding a job offer in Philadelphia.
Telegram concerning parole (ddr-densho-314-27)
doc Telegram concerning parole (ddr-densho-314-27)
Loyd Jensen sends a telegram to the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Chicago stating that Kazuichi Takanishi has no sponsor. A sponsor was a person living outside the western exclusion zone that agreed to house Japanese internees after being paroled from the camps.
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