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Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-94)
doc Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-94)
US Navy's Statement of Release for Ai Chih Tsai on December 31, 1944, from US Naval School of Military Government Translation Unit.
Letter from F.W. Cleaves, U.S. Naval Reserve (ddr-densho-446-95)
doc Letter from F.W. Cleaves, U.S. Naval Reserve (ddr-densho-446-95)
Letter of certification of Tsai's employment at Columbia University in Translation Unit since October 1944 and before that in Research Unit 2. Cleaves vouches for Tsai's loyalty, integrity, and work of great value to the U.S. Navy and U.S. war effort.
Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-145)
doc Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-145)
Ai Chih Tsai employed by Columbia University in U.S. Naval Military Government Translation Unit from Oct 1, 1944, through December 31, 1944
Letter from Lt. James T. Watkins, IV (ddr-densho-446-93)
doc Letter from Lt. James T. Watkins, IV (ddr-densho-446-93)
Letter to whom it may concern vouching for Tsai's expertise, aid to US Government, and personal qualities. Tsai has been working for Watkins since May 1944 as consultant and informant, and also as translator since Oct 1, 1944.
Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-141)
doc Statement of Release (ddr-densho-446-141)
Tsai has been employed by Columbia University on behalf of U.S. Navy. He will be available for other employment as of September 30, 1944
Letter from Lt. George Kerr to whom it may concern (ddr-densho-446-142)
doc Letter from Lt. George Kerr to whom it may concern (ddr-densho-446-142)
Letter recommending Ai Chih Tsai for another position. Tsai has been working for Kerr since April 29, 1944. Translation Unit.
Letter from Lt. George Kerr to Immigration and Naturalization Service (ddr-densho-446-139)
doc Letter from Lt. George Kerr to Immigration and Naturalization Service (ddr-densho-446-139)
Support for Ai Chih Tsai's request for passport extension. Describes the great importance of Tsai's work to the Navy. Tsai is employed and student visa may be invalid. How to renew the validity of his passport? Has Chinese certificate #1.
Letter from Ai Chih Tsai to Glenn W. Shaw, Navy Language School (ddr-densho-446-140)
doc Letter from Ai Chih Tsai to Glenn W. Shaw, Navy Language School (ddr-densho-446-140)
Tsai is unable to accept position since he is working for a Navy-Columbia University project.
Letter from Lt. George Kerr to Selective Service Board 88 (ddr-densho-446-138)
doc Letter from Lt. George Kerr to Selective Service Board 88 (ddr-densho-446-138)
Certifying that Tsai has been employed by the Naval School for Military Government and Administration for full-time work as of May 1, 1944. Details of Tsai's unique language abilities and source of information. Work is confidential.
Letter from Lt. James T. Watkins, IV, USNR - Translation Unit, to whom it may concern (ddr-densho-446-144)
doc Letter from Lt. James T. Watkins, IV, USNR - Translation Unit, to whom it may concern (ddr-densho-446-144)
Letter of recommendation for Ai Chih Tsai detailing his work with Military Government Research Unit No. 2.
Letter from Ryo Tsai to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization in Philadelphia (ddr-densho-446-244)
doc Letter from Ryo Tsai to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization in Philadelphia (ddr-densho-446-244)
Petition for immigration visa for Ai Chih Tsai. Education and employment history in US. Supporting financial documents.
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