Joseph Ishikawa Collection ddr-densho-468

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doc Poem: "You are light" (ddr-densho-468-1)
Handwritten draft with opening of letter upside down on left side of first page
Short story:
doc Short story: "At the sound of the chimes" (ddr-densho-468-8)
Handwritten draft on stationery from The Japan-California Daily News
Short story:
doc Short story: "Grace Sato was happier than she'd been" (ddr-densho-468-9)
Typed draft. Story follows a woman who is shot and killed while attempting to escape Manzanar to elope with a Caucasian sailor .
Short story:
doc Short story: "Though of different temperaments" (ddr-densho-468-10)
Typed draft. Story follows two Issei (Kenji Hashimoto and Isamu Saito) who leave Hiroshima for America in 1910.
Story notes (ddr-densho-468-11)
doc Story notes (ddr-densho-468-11)
Handwritten notes. Describes three episodes in story of Kenji.
Story notes and two poems (ddr-densho-468-15)
doc Story notes and two poems (ddr-densho-468-15)
Three notecards on one sheet. The first card has story notes describing the relationship between three characters. The second and third cards have an unfinished draft of a sonnet.
Story ideas (ddr-densho-468-18)
doc Story ideas (ddr-densho-468-18)
Three notecards with story ideas. 1. "Like reaching for the moon"; 2. two plot sketches; 3. Title "Some of my best friends are racists"
Three poems (ddr-densho-468-23)
doc Three poems (ddr-densho-468-23)
Three typed poems: 1. "I Miss You Most" by Gordon Heath; 2. Barnyard Muse by Joseph Ishikawa(?); 3. Hay Fever by Joseph Ishikawa(?)
Song Lyrics:
doc Song Lyrics: "I wonder as I wander" (ddr-densho-468-25)
Transcript of Appalachian folk hymn attributed to folklorist John Jacob Niles

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