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Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 4 (May 23, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-4)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 4 (May 23, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-4)
Selected article titles: "200 Volunteer for Tulelake Advance Group" (p. 1), "Wanted: A Name to Replace the News-Letter" (p. 1), "Voluntary Work Corps... Planned for Relocation..." (p. 1), "Growers Seek Evacuee Labor for Beet Fields" (p. 1), "No Information So Far On Self Relocation" (p. 3).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 11 (August 1, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-11)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 11 (August 1, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-11)
Selected article titles: "Model Plane Enthusiasts Await Wood" (p. 1), "Red Cross Visitors Tour Camp" (p. 1), "June-July Checks Coming. New Payroll Totals $24,000" (p. 1), "Hospital Comes Into Own Center Doctors Operate Twice" (p. 3), "Garment Menders Sought" (p. 4).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 6 (June 12, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-6)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 6 (June 12, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-6)
Selected article titles: "Harmony Residents Slated for Tulelake" (p. 1), "Sac'to Evacuees Leave for Tulelake Beginning June 15" (p. 1), "Applications for Relocation Being Accepted... Ito. Must Meet Certain Requirements to Qualify" (p. 2), "Early Student Relocation Seen as Plans are Formulated... W.R.A. to Take Charge of Transfers" (p. 2).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 2 (May 7, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-2)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 2 (May 7, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-2)
Selected article titles: "Area Grows..." (p. 3), "Women's Sanitation" (p. 3).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 12 (August 14, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-12)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 12 (August 14, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-12)
Selected article titles: "Minidoka Previewed" (p. 2), "What Makes This Center Run? J.J. McGovern, Gentleman Farmer" (p. 2), "Editorial: Our Coming Home by James Sakamoto" (p. 10).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 3 (May 14, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-3)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 3 (May 14, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-3)
Selected article titles: "Wages of Evacuees Between $8-$16 Monthly" (p. 1), "Youngest Evacuee Will be Three-Week Old" (p. 1), "Joy Hikes Between Areas Scored" (p. 1), "Bachelors Will Remain in Present Quarters Till Monday" (p. 2).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 8 (June 25, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-8)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 8 (June 25, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-8)
Selected article titles: "Students' Relocation Forms OK'd" (p. 1), "Daily Roll Call Reduced to One" (p. 1), "Sumo Matches Staged" (p. 2), "364 Youths in 18-20 Group Face New Draft" (p. 3), "Inter-Area Visits OK'd" (p. 3), "Army Mum on Removal Date" (p. 3), "Carving Names Becomes Favorite Camp Diversion" (p. 4).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 10 (July 16, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-10)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 10 (July 16, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-10)
Selected article titles: "Pay Checks Monday. $9,150 Will Go to 2,400... 'D' Workers First Payees" (p. 1), "M'Govern 1st Donor for Plasma Drive" (p. 1), "Japanese Print Banned in Camp, Bibles Exempt..." (p. 1), "Editorial: 'Nothing is Useless'" (p. 2), "Canteen Prices Reduced" (p. 2), "Fats and Oils to Grease War Effort" (p. 2), "Camp Readied …
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 1 (May 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-1)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 1 (May 5, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-1)
Selected article titles: "Med. Exams Completed" (p. 1), "Laundry Facilities Ready" (p. 1), "Letters to Outside Friends" (p. 1), "Bring in Those Tools..." (p. 2).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 5 (June 2, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-5)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 5 (June 2, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-5)
Selected article titles: "Hayashi's Miks Organized Into Camp Orchestra" (p. 1), "Continued-Contest for New Name!" (p. 1), "Tulelake Advance Crew Reports Conditions Good" (p. 1), "Relocation Sign Up Unofficial Move" (p. 1), "Typhoid Shot Notice Given" (p. 1), "Bulletin From Tulelake Claims Valley Fertile" (p. 2), "Program Planned for Recreation for Issei, Nisei" (p. 2).
Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 7 (June 17, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-7)
doc Puyallup Camp Harmony News-Letter Vol. I No. 7 (June 17, 1942) (ddr-densho-194-7)
Selected article titles: "Pact Bars Issei from War Work" (p. 1), "Landslide Majority Votes to Retain Japanese Staff..." (p. 1), "Map of Tulelake Community" (p. 3).

Narrator Akiko Kurose

Nisei female. Born February 25, 1925, in Seattle, Washington. During World War II, incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Longtime civil rights activist, educator, and pacifist.

Narrator June Takahashi

Nisei female. Born 1926 in Petersburg, Alaska. Both mother and father were jailed in Petersburg after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Resettled in Seattle, Washington.

Narrator Peggy Tanemura

Ni-ten-gosei (half Nisei, half Sansei) female. Born 1932 in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington; Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho; and Tule Lake segregation center, California. Returned to Seattle after the war and stayed temporarily at the Seattle Japanese Language School.

Narrator Akio Hoshino

Nisei male. Born April 28, 1919, in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar years in Seattle's Central area. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Resisted draft orders and was imprisoned at McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington. Resettled in Seattle area after release.

Narrator Irene Yamauchi Tatsuta

Nisei female. Born May 3, 1935, in Seattle, Washington. Grew up in Seattle. During World War II, removed to the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, returned to Seattle and became a teacher.

Narrator Lois Shikami

Nisei female. Born August 25, 1931, in Seattle, Washington. During World War II, incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, lived in Wisconsin for several years before eventually moving to Chicago, Illinois.

Narrator Gene Akutsu

Nisei male. Born September 23, 1925, in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar childhood in Seattle's Nihonmachi. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Refused to participate in the draft and was imprisoned at McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington, for draft resistance. Resettled in Seattle.

Narrator Ayako Murakami

Nisei female. Born 1913 in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Resettled in Seattle, Washington. Coproprietor of Higo Variety Store in Seattle's International District with sister, Masako; the family-owned Japanese American business has been in operation since 1923.

Narrator Yukiko Miyake

Nisei female. Born July 1, 1910 in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar childhood in Seattle's Nihonmachi, raised by her maternal grandmother. Married Henry Miyake, an Issei, photographer and owner of Takano Studio. Incarcerated at Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho.

Narrator Masako Murakami

Nisei female. Born October 22, 1919, in Seattle, Washington. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Resettled in Seattle, Washington. Coproprietor of Higo Variety Store in Seattle's International District with sister Ayako; the family-owned Japanese American business has been in operation since 1923.

Narrator Frank Yamasaki

Nisei male. Born 1923 in Seattle, Washington. Spent prewar childhood in South Park and Belltown areas of Seattle. Incarcerated at the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington and Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Refused to participate in draft, imprisoned at McNeil Island Penitentiary, Washington, for resisting the draft. Resettled in Seattle.

Narrator James "Turk" Suzuki

Nisei male. Born October 17, 1923, in Seattle, Washington. Grew up in Seattle, Washington, before being incarcerated in the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Volunteered in the 442nd Regimental Combat team out of camp, and eventually returned to Seattle after World War II.

Narrator Lucius Horiuchi

Nisei male. Born July 22, 1928, in Seattle, Washington. Grew up in Seattle before being removed to the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. Following World War II, worked for the U.S. Department of State as a foreign service officer.

Narrator Dorothy H. Sato

Nisei female. Born May 24, 1923, in Carlisle, Washington. Grew up in Seattle, Washington, where parents ran a hotel. During World War II, removed to the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho. After leaving camp, lived for a time in Chicago, Illinois, before returning to Oregon.
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