doc Takami Hibiya reference letter (ddr-densho-381-142)
A reference letter from Frank H. Hattori to Dillon S. Myer about Takami Hibiya. Hattori mentions Takami's work in the housing division at Minidoka and states that he is "very much Americanized."
doc Takami Hibiya's speech notes (ddr-densho-381-168)
Speech notes giving the history and organization of The North American Post, including an explanation of Japanese written language structure, the purpose of the paper, and the changing need for a Japanese language newspaper.
doc Takami Hibiya reference letter (ddr-densho-381-141)
A reference letter from Lorne Huycke to Dillon S. Meyer for Takami Hibiya. Huycke speaks about his contact with Takami at the Minidoka Project, where they worked together in the Housing Department.
doc Letter from Harold S. Fistere to Takami Hibiya (ddr-densho-381-147)
Harold S. Fistere writes to Takami Hibiya to inform him that the War Relocation Authority has some articles of contraband belonging to him. The letter gives instructions on how to retrieve the articles and what will happen if the articles are not claimed.
doc Name check for Takami Hibiya (ddr-densho-381-137)
A history of Takami Hibiya's family, education, employment, and community activities.
doc Takami Hibiya's Seattle World's Fair identification card (ddr-densho-381-196)
An identification card belonging to Takami Hibiya, certifying employment at the North American Post for the Seattle World's Fair.
img Takami Hibiya leaves for Seattle (ddr-densho-381-179)
Takami poses with a car, likely departing from Chicago, Illinois to Seattle, Washington for a position at the North American Post.
doc Takami Hibiya's exam rating (ddr-densho-381-150)
Takami Hibiya's exam rating for the Foreign Language Information Specialist exam.
doc Letter from R. S. Davidson to Robert K. Thurber about suspending leave (ddr-densho-381-139)
A letter from R. S. Davidson, Acting Minidoka Project Director, to Robert K. Thurber about suspending leave for seven detainees, including Takami Hibiya.
doc Letter from Takami Hibiya to Charles C. Furman (ddr-densho-381-152)
Takami Hibiya writes to Charles C. Furman to inquire if there are any openings in Japanese affairs.