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Letter to Harry L. Stafford about denial of Takami Hibiya's leave clearance (ddr-densho-381-144)
doc Letter to Harry L. Stafford about denial of Takami Hibiya's leave clearance (ddr-densho-381-144)
A letter, most likely from Dillon S. Meyer, replying to Harry Stafford regarding a teletype about Takami Hibiya's employment and leave clearance.
Takami Hibiya reference letter (ddr-densho-381-142)
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."
Takami Hibiya's indefinite leave application (ddr-densho-381-140)
doc Takami Hibiya's indefinite leave application (ddr-densho-381-140)
Takami Hibiya's leave application from Minidoka concentration camp to work at the Navy Language School at the University of Colorado.
Floyd and Sumiko Tokuda at Minidoka (ddr-densho-383-465)
img Floyd and Sumiko Tokuda at Minidoka (ddr-densho-383-465)
George Tokuda's brother, Floyd, with wife. Floyd married Sumiko Nakabayashi in 1938. Written on back of photograph: "Gee isn't it beautiful. Oh heck. I mean the scenery. Floyd is so proud 'cause I look lots fatter than he. I sure gained weight nearly 15 pounds. Imagine. May 23, 1944."
WRA Citizen's Indefinite Leave card (ddr-densho-383-475)
doc WRA Citizen's Indefinite Leave card (ddr-densho-383-475)
Issued to Tamako Inouye at Minidoka, April 26, 1943. Destination listed as Cincinnati, Ohio. Card back has fingerprint and restriction that holder is not permitted to enter the prohibited area of the Western Defense Command.
Letter to Clara from George Tokuda (ddr-densho-383-480)
doc Letter to Clara from George Tokuda (ddr-densho-383-480)
Describing camp conditions, and the loss of his businesses, and concerns for the future.
Buildings of Minidoka (ddr-densho-383-463)
img Buildings of Minidoka (ddr-densho-383-463)
Water tower in background with patchy snow on the ground.
WRA Citizen's Indefinite Leave card (ddr-densho-383-474)
doc WRA Citizen's Indefinite Leave card (ddr-densho-383-474)
Issued to George Tsuneyoshi Tokuda at Minidoka, May 13, 1943. Destination listed as Chicago, Illinois. Card back has fingerprint and restriction that holder is not permitted to enter the prohibited area of the Western Defense Command.
Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-461)
img Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-461)
Written on accompanying material: "Mom & Butchie in Minidoka". The baby is George and Tamako Tokuda's oldest son, Floyd Tokuda.
Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-462)
img Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-462)
Written on accompanying material: "Mom & Butchie in Minidoka". The baby is George and Tamako Tokuda's oldest son, Floyd Tokuda.
Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-466)
img Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-466)
Written on accompanying material: "Mom & Butchie in Minidoka". The baby is George and Tamako Tokuda's oldest son, Floyd Tokuda.
Letter from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-545)
doc Letter from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako Inouye (ddr-densho-383-545)
Re: results of Gordon Hirabayashi case, mutual friends, possibility of relocation
Note from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako about Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-383-538)
doc Note from Floyd Schmoe to Tamako about Gordon Hirabayashi (ddr-densho-383-538)
Floyd Schmoe was an activist and professor, father-in-law to Gordon Hirabayashi. Nominated 3 times for the Nobel Prize.
Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-460)
img Flim negative of Tamako Tokuda and baby (ddr-densho-383-460)
Written on accompanying material: "Mom & Butchie in Minidoka". The baby is George and Tamako Tokuda's oldest son, Floyd Tokuda.
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