vh Osamu Mori Interview Segment 18 (ddr-manz-1-93-18)
Hearing about the passing of President Roosevelt
vh Roger Daniels Interview II Segment 7 (ddr-densho-1000-415-7)
Hearing about the death of President Roosevelt
vh George Kiyo Wakatsuki Interview Segment 13 (ddr-manz-1-150-13)
Brother's singing performance at the memorial service for President Roosevelt in camp
doc Extracts from statements regarding the Americans of Japanese Ancestry (ddr-csujad-19-57)
This document is a text of letter sent by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War, which mainly talks about the President approving the proposal of the War Department to organize a combat team consisting of loyal American citizens of Japanese descent. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American …
doc Letter sent to Rev. Shinjo Nagatomi from Margaret D'Ille (ddr-manz-4-239)
Letter regarding the death of President Roosevelt
doc In grateful memory of Sergeant Masu Sakamoto (ddr-csujad-55-2470)
Certificate honoring the memory of Sergeant Masu Sakamoto and his service in the armed forces during World War II. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2576
img Photograph and short article regarding appointment of Ingram Stainback (ddr-njpa-2-1183)
Article title: "President Roosevelt Names Ingram M. Stainback U.S. District Judge for Hawaii"
img Kermit Roosevelt (ddr-njpa-1-1670)
Caption on reverse [translated]: "Son of former U.S. president serving in British Army. (London) Kyodo. Kermit Roosevelt, a son of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, is currently service in the British Army as an officer. He expresses his desire to be naturalized as a British citizen. Roosevelt in photo (on the right)."
doc Letter to President Roosevelt from Elmer Davis (ddr-densho-67-82)
Letter to President Roosevelt from Elmer Davis. Davis suggests that President Roosevelt publicly respond to allegations that the war is racial. Also suggests that the President open voluntary enlistment to the evacuees. Seems concerned about Japanese propaganda in Asia, which also calls the war a "racial war." Davis urges the President to consider intelligence reports of …
doc Memo from President Franklin D. Roosevelt (ddr-densho-67-86)
Memo to the Acting Secretary of State and the Secretary of the Interior from President Roosevelt on resettlement. Roosevelt suggests gradual resettlement by seeing how many people would be opposed to the Japanese returning to the West Coast as well as other parts of the country. He also wants to try distributing a few families to …
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 -- …
doc Clipping regarding Franklin D. Roosevelt (ddr-njpa-1-1521)
Caption on front: "The New York Times. The Democratic Nominee for President: Notable Events in the Career of Franklin D. Roosevelt."
doc Seattle Chapter, JACL Bulletin, February 1956 [?] (ddr-sjacl-1-26)
Bulletin covering the following topics: President, James M. Matsuoka; Installation Banquet & New Citizens, 1/20/54, Roosevelt Hotel, 79 new citizens.
img Franklin D. Roosevelt on a plane with Captain Otis Bryan (ddr-njpa-1-1649)
Caption on reverse: "President Roosevelt flies 16,965 miles. The first American President to fly while holding office, Franklin D. Roosevelt is seen in a happy mood aboard a Clipper crossing the Atlantic. With him is Captain Otis Bryan of the Air Transport Command, who flew the President into the combat zone in North Africa on the …
doc Theodore Roosevelt and his family aboard the Manhattan (ddr-njpa-1-1682)
Caption on reverse: "The son of the first President Roosevelt returns from the Philippines: Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, with Mrs. Roosevelt and their daughter, Grace, met at the pier by their son, Quentin, and Colonel Roosevelt's sister, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, on their arrival on board the Manhattan. (Times World Wide Photos.)"
img Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Scottie, Falla (ddr-njpa-1-1537)
Caption on reverse: "President Roosevelt feeds his Scottie. 'Falla,' the most envied dog in America, begs for his supper as President Franklin D. Roosevelt holds his bowl on high. Falla, a Scottie, has been the President's pet for several years and enjoys the run of the White House in Washington. Approved by appropriate U.S. authority."
doc Letter from Harold Ickes to President Roosevelt (ddr-densho-67-87)
Letter from Harold Ickes to President Roosevelt urging the President to rescind orders excluding Japanese Americans from the West Coast. Ickes gives many reasons, including unconstitutionality of detaining American citizens, lack of military necessity and psychological damage to Japanese Americans.
doc Memo to President Roosevelt from Francis Biddle (ddr-densho-67-88)
Memo to President Roosevelt from Francis Biddle regarding resettlement. Pg 1: Biddle discusses the current resettlement situation and suggests that anti-Japanese press is impeding relocation. Pg 2: Biddle discusses the negative portrayal of the War Relocation Authority (WRA), especially from the Tule Lake riots and the alleged coddling of evacuees. Pg 3: Discusses political problems of …
doc Letter to President Roosevelt from M.S. Eisenhower (ddr-densho-67-89)
Letter to President Roosevelt from M.S. Eisenhower on resettlement. Eisenhower is concerned with the entire evacuation program and its effect on Japanese American youth. Discusses negative impact of life in the camps on evacuees. Also suggests that the evacuees know that racism was a motivating factor behind internment. Strongly suggests helping the loyal evacuees "become reabsorbed" …
doc Letter to Governor Herbert Lehman from President Roosevelt (ddr-densho-67-95)
Letter to New York Governor Herbert Lehman from President Roosevelt on Italians and Germans in the U.S. In response to a letter from Lehman, Roosevelt assures him that there will be no evacuation of German or Italian aliens/Americans.