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Scrapbook of the Monterey Peninsula Junior Japanese American Citizens League (ddr-csujad-44-199)
img Scrapbook of the Monterey Peninsula Junior Japanese American Citizens League (ddr-csujad-44-199)
Scrapbook of the Monterey Peninsula Junior Japanese American Citizens League. Features color photographs of Junior JACL members playing games together and socializing at dinners, dances, picnics, and at the beach. Several photographs also document the group's trip to Utah for the National Junior JACL Convention. A number of pages include captions cut from magazines and other …
doc "Anti-Japanese League Forming" (ddr-densho-69-15)
Full headline: "Anti-Japanese League Forming. Alameda Citizens, Aroused to the Danger, Will Take Steps to Shut Out the Brown Men."
Letter from the Stanislaus Merced Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League to the Japanese American Citizens League in San Francisco, March 29, 1942 (ddr-csujad-46-22)
doc Letter from the Stanislaus Merced Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League to the Japanese American Citizens League in San Francisco, March 29, 1942 (ddr-csujad-46-22)
Letter from the Stanislaus Merced Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League to the Japanese American Citizens League in San Francisco concerning the districts in the chapter and their representing persons. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: csus_nac_0022
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 118 (March 1938) (ddr-pc-10-3)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 118 (March 1938) (ddr-pc-10-3)
Selected article titles: "Plans Speeded Up to Welcome Great National Session" (p. 1), "Policy Explained in Statement for Young Generation" (p. 1), "Japan-U.S. North Pacific Fishing Clash Ends; Concessions in Tokio" (p. 1), "Seattle Cannery Workers in Clash for Higher Wages" (p. 4).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 127 (December 1938) (ddr-pc-10-7)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 127 (December 1938) (ddr-pc-10-7)
Selected article titles: "San Diego Group Aids in Program at Tree Planting" (p. 1), Record of League in 1938 Prepares Way to Progress" (p. 1).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 117 (February 1938) (ddr-pc-10-2)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 117 (February 1938) (ddr-pc-10-2)
Selected article titles: "Americans are Idealists, States Takaishi; Praises League Work" (p. 1), "Young College Graduates Given Work Promptly; Demand to Gain" (p. 1), "The Four Bases of Our Democracy" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 116 (January 1938) (ddr-pc-10-1)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 116 (January 1938) (ddr-pc-10-1)
Selected article titles: "Fealty Must Rise Above Sympathies Tsukamoto Feels" (p. 1), "Kitazumi States Integration Rule" (p. 1), "JACL Chapters Select Leaders" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 122 (July 1938) (ddr-pc-10-5)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 122 (July 1938) (ddr-pc-10-5)
Selected article titles: "Enthusiasm Rises in JACL Ranks as Convention Nears" (p. 1), "Japanese Most Law-Abiding Folk on Coast, Thinks U.W. Professor" (p. 1), "Hopeful View for Young Given" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 124 (September 1938) (ddr-pc-10-6)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 124 (September 1938) (ddr-pc-10-6)
Selected article titles: "League Delegates at Session Adopt Concrete Program" (p. 1), "Tsukamoto Named as League Leader" (p. 1), "The Constitution" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 119 (April 1938) (ddr-pc-10-4)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. X No. 119 (April 1938) (ddr-pc-10-4)
Selected article titles: "Perpetual Trophy Given Oratorical by Japanese Club" (p. 1), "Young Back Drive to Spur Business in San Francisco" (p. 1), "Expatriation" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 130 (March 1939) (ddr-pc-11-2)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 130 (March 1939) (ddr-pc-11-2)
Selected article titles: "Membership Drive of National JACL Was Huge Success" (p. 1), "Chapters Asked To Send Minutes Soon To Pacific Citizen" (p. 1), "Life Sketched in Two Orient Ports by Bill Hosokawa" (p. 2).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 132 (May 1939) (ddr-pc-11-3)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 132 (May 1939) (ddr-pc-11-3)
Selected article titles: "By-Laws For League Come In This Issue Of Pacific Citizen" (p. 1), "Portland Chapter Starts Plans for National Session" (p. 1), "League's By-Laws of Convention Presented
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 128 (January 1939) (ddr-pc-11-1)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. XI No. 128 (January 1939) (ddr-pc-11-1)
Selected article titles: "Officers for 1939 About All Chosen by JACL Chapters" (p. 1), "Historian Asking Aid in Compiling Record of League" (p. 1), "Sunday Radio Programs Telling Contribution of Racial Groups" (p. 1).
Convention Review, Vol. I No. 1 (September 4, 1939) (ddr-pc-11-4)
doc Convention Review, Vol. I No. 1 (September 4, 1939) (ddr-pc-11-4)
Selected article titles: "Opening Ceremony Impressive; Sakamoto Keynote Speaker" (p. 1), "Discussions of Nisei Issues Summarized" (p. 1), Seattle Chapter Recalls Early Struggles in League Formation" (p. 1).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 12 No. 146 (October 1940) (ddr-pc-12-1)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 12 No. 146 (October 1940) (ddr-pc-12-1)
Selected article titles: "Citizenship Lost Under Two Rulings" (p. 1), "Nat'l JACL to Launch 1941 Directory; Pacific Citizen Circulation Jumps to 5000" (p. 1), "Colorful History Lies Behind 1st Japanese In U.S." (p. 3), "Nat'l Committee Reports" (p. 4).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 12 No. 148 (December 1940) (ddr-pc-12-2)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 12 No. 148 (December 1940) (ddr-pc-12-2)
Selected article titles: "Roosevelt Expresses Appreciation" (p. 1), "Would She Consent to Wait for Him? Goodbye -- For Just a Year. A Nisei Couple Faces the Draft Problem" (p. 8), "Nisei Face Era Of Opportunity, Writer Declares" (p. 9).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 152 (April 1941) (ddr-pc-13-3)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 152 (April 1941) (ddr-pc-13-3)
Selected article titles: "April Marks Twelfth Year of National JACL at S.F. Since Organization Meet" (p. 1), "Intelligence Officers Invite SCDC Members to Dinner Meeting, Express Faith in Loyalty of Nisei Citizens" (p. 1), "The Nisei Creed" (p. 1), "A Hawaii Nisei's Viewpoint" (p. 11).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 155 (July 1941) (ddr-pc-13-6)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 155 (July 1941) (ddr-pc-13-6)
Selected article titles: "'We Stand Ready to Uphold Us'" (p. 1), "Response to USO, Defense Bond Drives" (p. 1), "About Nisei in Hawaii" (p. 2), "Liberty in Times of Crises" (p. 4), "Kitagawa Stresses Nisei Loyalty" (p. 11).
The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 156 (August 1941) (ddr-pc-13-7)
doc The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 13 No. 156 (August 1941) (ddr-pc-13-7)
Selected article titles: "National Board Meets in S.F." (p. 1), "First Emergency Session Held in JACL History" (p. 1), "One to Reign as L.A. Queen" (p. 3), "Vocational Boom. America Turns to Youth of Nation as Defense Plans Create Positions" (p. 6), "Five Basic Rules Of Conduct For Every Citizen" (p. 6).
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