Facilities, services, and camp administration
img View of Heart Mountain facilities (ddr-densho-152-8)
View of Heart Mountain Post Office, Community Store, and Administration Building.
doc "Index of Cost Accounting Number" (ddr-densho-155-25)
Issued by the Cost Accounting Unit, Finance Section, Minidoka WRA.
doc "Minidoka: Preliminary Report in a New Frontier Community" (ddr-densho-155-18)
Full title: "Minidoka: Preliminary Report in a New Frontier Community. Administrators, Colonists Strive to Solve Immediate Problems of Dust, Crowded Barracks. The Faces of Minidoka Reflect the Determination of Its Residents to Meet the Challenge of Arid Sageland, Wind and Sun on the Idaho Desert"
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. VI, No. 8 (ddr-densho-156-272)
Article titles: "Jap Soldiers Permitted to Visit Center"; "Larger Space is Sought by Tulelake P.O."; "Japanese Couple Marry"; "Hunt School Official Tells Education Plans"; "Hunt Medical Chief Goes to Arkansas"; "Japanese Station Names Changed"; "Heilbrenner Notifies McNary Investigation Needed"; "Editorial: 'Most Italians are Loyal'"; "Newell News Items"; "Student Relocation"; "Montanan Asks Roosevelt Aid for Beet Fields, …
doc Information Roundup Vol. VI, No. 13 (ddr-densho-156-382)
Section titles: "Plans Made for Washington Move"; "Priorities Sought"; "Director Appointed for Manzanar"; "Junior Red Cross Aids Children"; "Leave Regulations Out"; Land Grant Railroad Rates"; "Project Reports"; "From Project Papers"; "Attorney Arrives"; "Contract Signed for Net Factories."
doc Weekly Press Review No. 21 (ddr-densho-156-333)
Original summary excerpt: Statements by various representatives of the Dies Committee so overshadowed in importance other news sources this week that space limitations force us to omit from the Press Review many items which ordinarily would be mentioned.
doc Weekly Press Review No. 45 (ddr-densho-156-358)
Original summary excerpts: A CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR correspondent found the emphasis this week was shifting from the Tule Lake center itself to the "somewhat more calm and judicial precincts of a congressional committee room in Washington, D.C." Reports on new developments at the center were limited to the discovery of a "moonshine" still, plus a quantity …
doc Daily Press Review, Vol. III, No. 21 (ddr-densho-156-222)
Article titles: "Army to Transfer Last of Japanese"; "Yolo County Beet Growers Face Labor Shortage"; "Coast Evacuee Group Arrives"; "Japanese School Plan Discussed"; "Camp Reduces Internee Total"; "Japs Must Pay Extra to Hunt"; "Farm Labor Problems Told"; "Washington Merry-Go-Round"; "Harvest Labor Shortage Seen"; "Jap Labor May be Obtained to East Labor Shortage"; "Church Services Held at …
doc Weekly Press Review No. 27 (ddr-densho-156-339)
Original summary excerpt: There was a reduction in the number of clippings received this week, especially in those reporting on the activity of the Dies Committee, which dropped from 325 received last week to 85. This was owing to the fact that the major part of their investigation had been completed.
doc Segregation of Loyal and Disloyal Japanese in Relocation Centers (ddr-densho-156-180)
Report on Senate Resolution No. 166 Relating to Segregation of Loyal and Disloyal Japanese in Relocation Centers and Plans for Future Operation of Such Centers.
doc Information Roundup Vol. IV, Nos. 8 and 9 (ddr-densho-156-378)
Section titles: "Evacuee Property to be Stored"; "Quarterly Report Mailed"; "Government Will Ship Employers' Goods"; "Railroads Requests Evacuee Labor"; "Model Apartment Designed for Evacuees"; "Project Reports"; "Property Division Handles Unique Case"; "'Roundup' a Weekly."