doc Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. II No. 47 (November 20, 1943) (ddr-densho-97-156)
Selected article titles: "Tule Relaxes as Probe Continues" (p. 1), "Coast Grangers Would Bar Nisei" (p. 1), "Nisei Proving Their Loyalty, Thomas Tells Group at Hostel" (p. 1), "Editorial: Transfer Tule Lake Center!" (p. 4), "Committee on Resettlement of Nisei Formed in Wisconsin" (p. 4), "A Sermon in California: Persecution of Nisei Hit by Minister" (p. …
vh Frank Shinichiro Tanabe Interview (ddr-densho-1000-218)
Nisei male. Born on August 10, 1919, in Osaka, Japan. Attended college at the University of Washington before being removed to the Puyallup Assembly Center, Washington, and the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. Established Tule Lake's newspaper, the Tulean Dispatch. Transferred to the Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho, before resettling in Chicago. Drafted into the Military Intelligence …
vh Misa Taketa Interview (ddr-densho-1000-436)
Nisei female. Born January 18, 1925, in Seattle, Washington. Grew up in the South Park area, south of Seattle, where parents ran a farm. During World War II, removed to the Pinedale Assembly Center, California, and the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After leaving camp, lived and worked in Ontario, Oregon, for a time, before living …
vh Joe Yamakido Interview (ddr-densho-1000-167)
Nisei male. Born March 3, 1922, in Los Angeles, California. Grew up in various cities in California, and was living in Harbor City, California, when Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941. Removed to Santa Anita Assembly Center, California, and then to Tule Lake concentration camp, California. Later moved to the Jerome concentration camp in …
Collection Klimek Collection (ddr-densho-11)
The Klimek collection, 1998, documents the pilgrimage to the site of the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. Photographs depict participants viewing barracks, old foundations from the camp, and Castle Rock and attending a memorial service at Linkville cemetery in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Collection Nakano Collection (ddr-densho-177)
The Nakano collection consists of several photographs belonging to Densho narrator James Nakano. Originally born in Hawaii, Mr. Nakano was removed to the mainland U.S. during World War II. The photographs in this collection were taken at the Tule Lake concentration camp, California.
vh Peggie Nishimura Bain Interview (ddr-densho-1000-170)
Nisei female. Born March 31, 1909, in Vashon Island, Washington. Raised in Vashon Island and Des Moines, Washington, before being removed with her two children to the Pinedale Assembly Center, California. Later transferred to Tule Lake concentration camp, California, and Minidoka, Idaho, before resettling in Chicago, Illinois. Lived and worked in Chicago before eventually returning to …
img Kai, Shizuo intake form and photographs (ddr-csujad-2-66)
Photographs and intake form for Shizuo Kai, an incarceree transferred to Tule Lake Camp from Jerome Camp. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sjs_sch_0066
img Hayashi, Ichiro intake form and photographs (ddr-csujad-2-65)
Photographs and intake form for Ichiro Hayashi, an incarceree transferred to Tule Lake Camp from Jerome Camp. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sjs_sch_0065
doc [Minutes of the special meeting of the divisional responsible men of the Tule Lake Center, April 15, 1944] (ddr-csujad-2-18)
Meeting minutes of incarceree-led Tule Lake Camp government. Mentions electing officials and hope for official recognition. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sjs_sch_0018
doc Testimony of Susumu Sato (ddr-densho-67-157)
Written testimony of Susumu Sato of Olympia, Washington. Incarcerated in the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. This testimony was presented at the CWRIC hearing in Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, September 9, 1981, in the section titled "Evacuation Impact and Redress." Personal information excised by Densho.
doc Heart Mountain Sentinel Vol. II No. 45 (November 6, 1943) (ddr-densho-97-153)
Selected article titles: "New System Established for Court" (p. 1), "20 Casualties at Tule Lake as Military Takes Action. Four-Day Demonstration Against Administration Brings Drastic Results" (p. 1), "Editorial: California and the Nation" (p. 4), "Heart Mountain Resident Visits Indian Reservation" (p. 5).
vh Peggy Tanemura Interview (ddr-densho-1000-85)
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.
doc Minidoka Irrigator Vol. III No. 41 (December 4, 1943) (ddr-densho-119-66)
Selected article titles: "Hearings Determine Evacuee Relocation Eligibility. Meetings Obtain Evidence Concerning Individual " (p. 1), "Evacuees Warned About Proper Return to Project" (p. 1), "Army Opposes Military Control in Tule Center" (p. 1), "Lack of Materials Slow Construction on Auditorium" (p. 1), "Alien Registration Will be Held" (p. 1), "Anonymous Donor Sends $525 for Children's …
vh Richard M. Murakami Interview (ddr-manz-1-161)
Sansei male. Born January 29, 1932, in Florin, California. Grew up in Sacramento, California, where father ran a farm. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, returned with family to Florin. Removed to the Marysville Assembly Center, California, and the Tule Lake concentration camp, California. After the so-called "loyalty questionnaire" in 1943, transferred to the Jerome concentration …
img Evening program, Tule Lake pilgrimage (ddr-densho-11-9)
At the Tule Lake pilgrimage, an evening program was held to honor the inmates and remember the incarceration experience. The person shown here is playing a shime taiko drum while slides taken during the incarceration are being shown in the background.
img Pilgrimage attendees on Castle Rock (ddr-densho-11-6)
Tule Lake inmates erected this cross on top of a formation called Castle Rock. The area below the cross is the former site of the concentration camp.