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Japanese American workers prior to mass removal (ddr-densho-151-90)
img Japanese American workers prior to mass removal (ddr-densho-151-90)
Original caption: Stockton, California. Cutting potato seed on an industrialized farm where, before evacuation, all work was done by persons of Japanese ancestry. Evacuees will be housed in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration.
Letter from Ohashi to Jack Noda, March 20, 1942 (ddr-csujad-46-21)
doc Letter from Ohashi to Jack Noda, March 20, 1942 (ddr-csujad-46-21)
Follow-up letter from Mr. Ohashi of the Stockton chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League to Jack Noda, president of the Stanislaus Merced chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League regarding the Stockton chapter's constitution and the mass removal preparation. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: csus_nac_0021
Keiko Shinmoto Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1021-3-11)
vh Keiko Shinmoto Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1021-3-11)
Looking back on role as a woman who immigrated to the United States
Keiko Shinmoto Interview Segment 6 (ddr-densho-1021-3-6)
vh Keiko Shinmoto Interview Segment 6 (ddr-densho-1021-3-6)
Having children after being exposed to radiation during the atomic bombing

Narrator Helen T. Sasaki

Sansei female. Born December 10, 1937, in Stockton, California. Spent early childhood in Stockton, where parents had a small farm. During World War II, family was sent to the Stockton Assembly Center, California, and the Rohwer concentration camp, Arkansas. After leaving camp, returned to California, first to Linden and then to Sacramento, where father owned a …
Japanese American laborer (ddr-densho-151-459)
img Japanese American laborer (ddr-densho-151-459)
Original caption: Near Stockton, California. Field laborer of Japanese ancestry on a large-scale corporation ranch a few days prior to evacuation. These laborers earned from $750.00 to $1000 per year, plus living accomodations and their own little gardens.
Proclamation (ddr-csujad-55-2462)
doc Proclamation (ddr-csujad-55-2462)
Proclamation for Assembly Concurrent Resolution 62 regarding the naming of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team Memorial Highway near Stockton, California. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2568
Ben Chikaraishi Interview (ddr-chi-1-11)
vh Ben Chikaraishi Interview (ddr-chi-1-11)
Nisei male. Born September 10, 1921, in Colusa, California. As a child, family moved to Stockton, California, where parents owned a hotel. Was attending the University of California at Berkeley when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, and the family was sent to the Rohwer concentration camp, Arkansas. Left camp to live in Chicago, Illinois, where he became …
Mary Suzuki Ichino Interview I (ddr-manz-1-51)
vh Mary Suzuki Ichino Interview I (ddr-manz-1-51)
Nisei female. Born December 9, 1924, in Stockton, California. Grew up Sacramento and Boyle Heights, California. Attended the Maryknoll Catholic school in Los Angeles. During World War II, removed to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. After leaving camp, returned to Los Angeles and worked for the War Relocation Authority, providing assistance to returning Japanese Americans seeking …
Mary Suzuki Ichino Interview II (ddr-manz-1-52)
vh Mary Suzuki Ichino Interview II (ddr-manz-1-52)
Nisei female. Born December 9, 1924, in Stockton, California. Grew up Sacramento and Boyle Heights, California. Attended the Maryknoll Catholic school in Los Angeles. During World War II, removed to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. After leaving camp, returned to Los Angeles and worked for the War Relocation Authority, providing assistance to returning Japanese Americans seeking …
Young Japanese Americans waiting for new arrivals (ddr-densho-151-255)
img Young Japanese Americans waiting for new arrivals (ddr-densho-151-255)
Original caption: Stockton, California. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry have been at this Assembly Center for several days and are watching the arrival of buses bringing new groups of families. Later, all will be transferred to War Relocation Authority centers to spend the duration.
Japanese Americans outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-252)
img Japanese Americans outside barracks (ddr-densho-151-252)
Original caption: Stockton, California. These evacuees of Japanese ancestry are spending their first day at this Assembly Point. The average age of the Nisei is 20 years. Later they will be transferred to a War Relocation Authority center to spend the duration.
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