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Portrait of Henry L. Stimson (ddr-njpa-1-1958)
doc Portrait of Henry L. Stimson (ddr-njpa-1-1958)
Caption on front: "Col. Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of State, U.S.A."
Associated Press Sketch 1607 for Henry L. Stimson (ddr-njpa-1-1965)
doc Associated Press Sketch 1607 for Henry L. Stimson (ddr-njpa-1-1965)
A biographical sketch of Henry L. Stimson written for newspapers to use for current events or as an obituary
Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-99)
doc Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-99)
Letter from Francis Biddle to Henry Stimson discussing possibility of evacuation. Biddle states that the Department of Justice has no authority to evacuate American citizens and legal problems could arise if the army chooses to evacuate. Urges Stimson to consider his suggestions before he makes a decision.
doc "A Voice That Must Be Heard" (ddr-densho-156-178)
Extracts from statements regarding Americans of Japanese Ancestry by President Roosevelt, Henry L. Stimson, Joseph C. Grew, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt, and others.
A Voice that Must be Heard (ddr-densho-171-195)
doc A Voice that Must be Heard (ddr-densho-171-195)
Extracts from statements, regarding Americans of Japanese Ancestry, by: President Roosevelt, Hon. Henry L. Stimson, Hon. Joseph C. Grew, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt, and others.
Clipping regarding Mabel Stimson and Sesostris Sidarouss Pasha (ddr-njpa-1-1963)
doc Clipping regarding Mabel Stimson and Sesostris Sidarouss Pasha (ddr-njpa-1-1963)
Caption on front: "The Egyptian minister gives a dinner for the American Secretary of State: Mrs. Stimson, with the host, Sesostris Sidarouss Pasha. (Dr. Erich Salomon.)"
Memo from Dillon Myer to Secretary of War Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-78)
doc Memo from Dillon Myer to Secretary of War Henry Stimson (ddr-densho-67-78)
Memo from Dillon Myer to Secretary of War Henry Stimson regarding DeWitt's Final Report. Myer summarizes DeWitt's reoprt, focusing on his justifications of military necessity: illicit communications and ship-to-shore signaling. Quotes parts of DeWitt's report where he discusses the threat of the Japanese on the West Coast. In summary, Myer suggests that the decision to evacuate …
Series of responses to a letter (ddr-densho-67-46)
doc Series of responses to a letter (ddr-densho-67-46)
A series of responses to a letter written by Congressman Charles F. Ayer to John W. McCormack regarding the "Jap menace" in Hawaii. Urges the evacuation of all Japanese from Hawaii to the mainland to protect from invasion. McCormack forwards this letter to Henry L. Stimson. Thos. T. Handy, assistant chief of staff, forwards the McCormack …
Heart Mountain Sentinel Supplement Series 29 (February 12, 1943) (ddr-densho-97-269)
doc Heart Mountain Sentinel Supplement Series 29 (February 12, 1943) (ddr-densho-97-269)
Selected article titles: "Statement Issued by Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, and the President's Letter to the Secretary of War Regarding this Statement" (p. 1), "Farm and Automotive Equipment Survey" (p. 2), "Start Payment of Unemployment Compensation" (p. 2).
Series of memos regarding the Japanese in Hawaii (ddr-densho-67-65)
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 -- …
Letter from Tsuna Watanabe to Honorable Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War, November 30, 1944 (ddr-csujad-55-2002)
doc Letter from Tsuna Watanabe to Honorable Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War, November 30, 1944 (ddr-csujad-55-2002)
Correspondence from Tsuna Watanabe to Henry Stimson regarding loyalty to the United States and requesting release from Topaz incarceration camp. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2105
Booklet:
doc Booklet: "A Voice That Must Be Heard" (ddr-densho-356-844)
Booklet titled: "A Voice That Must Be Heard" containing excerpts about Japanese Americans from statements by various government officials including: President Franklin Roosevelt, Henry L. Stimson, Joseph C. Grew, Elmer Davis, W.P. Scobey, Milton S. Eisenhower, Harold L. Ickes, J. Edgar Hoover, Paul V. McNutt, Delos C. Emmons, Kendell Fielder, and Chester C. Davis.
Letter encouraging activism in response to the exclusion order (ddr-csujad-45-92)
doc Letter encouraging activism in response to the exclusion order (ddr-csujad-45-92)
A letter asking the reader to write letters to government officials, Henry L. Stimson, Charles M. Bonesteel, and Dillon S. Myer to protest the continued incarceration of Japanese Americans. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: HMRC_01-06_002
Extracts from statements regarding the Americans of Japanese Ancestry (ddr-csujad-19-57)
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 "Proclamation and Notice of Dissatisfaction and Demand" (ddr-densho-122-823)
By Kiyoshi Okamoto, addressed to The citizens and voters of the U.S.A.; the Hon. Franklin D. Roosevelt; The Hon. Henry L. Stimson; Lieutenant General Delos C. Emmon; The War Relocation Authority; the Department of Justice, the Congress of the United States and any and all the agents or agencies and individuals and groups of individuals that …
American Concentration Camps VOLUME 4 April, 1942 (ddr-densho-372-4)
doc American Concentration Camps VOLUME 4 April, 1942 (ddr-densho-372-4)
Volume 4 divides into three sections. Description about this volume reads directly from the book as follows: Section 1 contains archival documents from April 1942 about the growing opposition of western officials outside of the West Coast to having Japanese Americans moved to their localities. Section 2 contains the Federal government Surveys of Public Opinion dated …
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