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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 6 (August 8, 1986) (ddr-pc-58-31)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 6 (August 8, 1986) (ddr-pc-58-31)
Selected article titles: "Hawaii Has Too Many AJA Teachers and Administrators, Committee Concludes" (p. 1), "Anti-Asian Violence" (p. 6), "Nikkei Parenting" (pp. 6-7), and "U.S./Japan Relations" (pp. 7-8).
Geisha in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-42-196)
img Geisha in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-42-196)
A photograph of geisha taken in Honolulu, Hawaii. The caption reads: Koy_n and other geisha girl at Honolulu, Hawaii. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: tak_02_05_001
Grace Tanabe (ddr-csujad-11-176)
img Grace Tanabe (ddr-csujad-11-176)
A photograph of Grace Tanabe taken in Hawaii. Addressed to "Tazuko" [Tazu Kawamoto]. From page 63 of: Tazu Kawamoto photo album (csudh_taz_0001). See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: taz_01_63_001
Anti-Japanese Feeling Briaks [Breaks] out in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-89)
doc Anti-Japanese Feeling Briaks [Breaks] out in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-89)
An issue of a newspaper, "The Christian Science monitor," vol. 35, no. 225 (August 29, 1943) describes the upsurge of anti-Japanese sentiment, and discusses rising racism and criticism towards Japanese people in Hawaii. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: WRA_02-31_07
Minority Groups in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-48)
doc Minority Groups in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-48)
This article from "Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science," published in September 1942, by William C. Smith describes about the minority groups in Hawaii, the labor problems and immigration. It also describes in brief about the race relations in Hawaii. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project …
Japanese in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-86)
doc Japanese in Hawaii (ddr-csujad-19-86)
An article from "The new republic," vol. 107, no. 11, number 1450 (September 14, 1942), by Blake Clark describes the feeling in mainland United States, that the Japanese in Hawaii cannot be trusted as a result of the many rumors that came out after the attack on Pearl Harbor. See this object in the California State …
Excerpts from speech given at the University of Hawaii Forum, March 1943 (ddr-csujad-19-3)
doc Excerpts from speech given at the University of Hawaii Forum, March 1943 (ddr-csujad-19-3)
Excerpts from speech given at the University of Hawaii Forum, March 1943. The document presents three quoted passages from the speech, one concerning the role of people of "the Japanese race" in serving as liaisons who can provide the most reliable check on the morale, needs, and activities of "the Japanese community"; one comparing the United …
Hawaii's 150,00 Japanese (ddr-csujad-19-84)
doc Hawaii's 150,00 Japanese (ddr-csujad-19-84)
An article from "The nation," vol. 155, no. 4 (July 25, 1942). It is written by Albert Horlings and describes the historic gamble by the United States government in Hawaii by trusting the loyalty of 150,000 Japanese Americans and Japanese, 40,000 of whom were aliens and and majority of those who cannot read or speak English. …
Headquarters of Hawaiian Department (ddr-csujad-24-107)
doc Headquarters of Hawaiian Department (ddr-csujad-24-107)
Written by . What appears to be an official document, addressed to the adjutant general of the War Department by O. H. McDole, Lt. Col., Assistant Adjutant General, about deporting people in Hawaii of Japanese descent to Japan. The document mentions Kenzi Kimura, Torataro Onoda, Ryoichi Tanaka. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese …
Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-75)
av Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-75)
An oral interview with Richard Matsunaga, resident living in Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The interview was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. Transcript is found in item: csufccop_jaoh_0186. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 1428.3_T01
Oral history with Jean Yamaguchi (ddr-csujad-29-80)
av Oral history with Jean Yamaguchi (ddr-csujad-29-80)
An oral interview with Jean Yamaguchi, resident living in Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The interview was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. Transcript is found in item: csufccop_jaoh_0196. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 2377_T01
Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-73)
av Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-73)
An oral interview with Richard Matsunaga, resident living in Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The interview was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. Transcript is found in item: csufccop_jaoh_0182. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 1428.1_T01
Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-74)
av Oral history with Richard Matsunaga (ddr-csujad-29-74)
An oral interview with Richard Matsunaga, resident living in Hawaii during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The interview was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. Transcript is found in item: csufccop_jaoh_0184. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: 1428.2_T01
Testimony of Iwao Kosaka (ddr-densho-67-144)
doc Testimony of Iwao Kosaka (ddr-densho-67-144)
Written testimony of Iwao Kosaka, born in Honolulu Hawaii. Spent most of childhood in Japan, incarcerated in Sand Island internment camp, Hawaii. 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.
Memo:
doc Memo: "Japanese Problem in Hawaii" (ddr-densho-67-64)
Memo to Col. Scobey from G.S. Eckhardt regarding the Japanese in Hawaii, specifically Gen. Emmons' power to evacuate. Suggests that Emmons is currently evacuating all aliens and "dangerous" citizens to the mainland, but cannot send more than 5,000.
Testimony of Patsy Saiki (ddr-densho-67-141)
doc Testimony of Patsy Saiki (ddr-densho-67-141)
Written testimony of Patsy Saiki of Honolulu, Hawaii. 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.
Message to John J. McCloy (ddr-densho-67-57)
doc Message to John J. McCloy (ddr-densho-67-57)
Message from unknown source to John J. McCloy on Kibei in Hawaii. Discusses the professed loyalty or disloyalty to the U.S. of the Kibei - author states that all Kibei are probably disloyal. Requests transfer of interned, "loyal" Hawaiian Kibei to mainland camps because if those loyal Kibei filed a writ of habeas corpus in Hawaii, …
Transcript of conversation between Col. Bendetsen and Lt. Hall (ddr-densho-67-49)
doc Transcript of conversation between Col. Bendetsen and Lt. Hall (ddr-densho-67-49)
Conversation between Col. Bendetsen and Lt. Hall on General Emmons and his powers regarding evacuation to the mainland. They discuss how Emmons does not wish to evacuate more than 3,000 Japanese. References to his relationship to the Hawaiian economy are made. They also discuss legal technicalities of Hawaiian evacuation - what powers General Emmons possesses and …
Memo to John J. McCloy from Dwight Eisenhower (ddr-densho-67-67)
doc Memo to John J. McCloy from Dwight Eisenhower (ddr-densho-67-67)
Memo to John J. McCloy from Dwight Eisenhower on Hawaiian-Japanese evacuation plans. States that evacuation and detention "in a concentration camp" has been approved, including "enemy aliens" and U.S. citizens.
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.
Report:
doc Report: "The Hawaiian Groups" (ddr-densho-67-66)
Report written for the WRA on Hawaiian evacuees in the U.S. Describes the status of Hawaiian evacuees based upon the observations by the author at a "swank dinner party." The author concludes that evacuation to the mainland was not voluntary and the conditions at Jerome were harsh for the Hawaiian evacuees. Also noted tensions between mainland …
Memo from Delos Emmons to John J. McCloy (ddr-densho-67-45)
doc Memo from Delos Emmons to John J. McCloy (ddr-densho-67-45)
Memorandum from Delos Emmons, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, to John J. McCloy, Assistant Secretary of War, regarding a previous report on the Japanese in Hawaii. In this memo, Emmons refutes much of the information in the report. He dispels many of the rumors about the Hawaiian Japanese and admonishes the author of the report for being …
Memo:
doc Memo: "Evacuation of Japanese from Hawaii" (ddr-densho-67-48)
Memo from John McCloy to General Eisenhower giving reasons against incarcerating Hawaiian Japanese: lack of materials and shipping, labor shortage that would ensue, and possible tensions between mainland and Hawaiian Japanese. McCloy also worries about the legalities of evacuating Hawaiian Japanese. Suggests that General Emmons should be in charge of evacuating a select number of "enemy …
Series of memos regarding the Japanese in Hawaii (ddr-densho-67-65)
doc Series of memos regarding the Japanese in Hawaii (ddr-densho-67-65)
Series of memos regarding the Japanese in Hawaii. Memo 1: from Frank Knox to President Roosevelt. He suggests that proper action against the Japanese in Hawaii is not being taken and urges the President to look into the matter. Memo 2: Henry Stimson to President Roosevelt. Assures the President that the situation is under control -- …
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