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War Relocation Authority post-exclusion bulletin, number seven (ddr-densho-381-27)
doc War Relocation Authority post-exclusion bulletin, number seven (ddr-densho-381-27)
Post-exclusion bulletin number seven addresses misunderstandings from earlier bulletins. Topics addressed include visitor policies, travel, and property transportation.
Letter to Harry L. Stafford about denial of Takami Hibiya's leave clearance (ddr-densho-381-144)
doc Letter to Harry L. Stafford about denial of Takami Hibiya's leave clearance (ddr-densho-381-144)
A letter, most likely from Dillon S. Meyer, replying to Harry Stafford regarding a teletype about Takami Hibiya's employment and leave clearance.
Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-37)
doc Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-37)
A menu for breakfast, dinner, and supper with quantities per 100 persons.
Request for transportation of property (ddr-densho-381-148)
doc Request for transportation of property (ddr-densho-381-148)
Takami Hibiya requests that items held by the War Relocation Authority be transported from Puyallup, Washington to Chicago, Illinois.
Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-32)
doc Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-32)
A menu for breakfast, dinner, and supper with quantities per 100 persons.
Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-36)
doc Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-36)
A menu for breakfast, dinner, and supper with quantities per 100 persons.
Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-35)
doc Camp Menu (ddr-densho-381-35)
A menu for breakfast, dinner, and supper with quantities per 100 persons.
Supplementary comments by the War Relocation Authority on newspaper statements allegedly made by Representatives of the House Committee on Un-American Activities (ddr-densho-381-12)
doc Supplementary comments by the War Relocation Authority on newspaper statements allegedly made by Representatives of the House Committee on Un-American Activities (ddr-densho-381-12)
Additional comments from the War Relocation Authority in response to statements made by to the House Committee on Un-American Activities to the press about living conditions in the camps, rumors of violence and protest, and criticisms of how the camps are being managed.
The War Relocation Work Corps (ddr-densho-382-6)
doc The War Relocation Work Corps (ddr-densho-382-6)
A Circular of Information for Enlistees and Their Families.
Questions and Answers for Evacuees pamphlet (ddr-densho-382-5)
doc Questions and Answers for Evacuees pamphlet (ddr-densho-382-5)
Information regarding the Relocation Program. Issued by the War Relocation Authority Regional Office, San Francisco, California
Gila River Relocation Project Blue Print Plans (ddr-densho-382-21)
doc Gila River Relocation Project Blue Print Plans (ddr-densho-382-21)
War Relocation Authority blue print plans for project 24-A to construct roads to Gila River Relocation Project between Route No. 1 and Route No. 5.
Amache camp welcome pamphlet (ddr-densho-390-145)
doc Amache camp welcome pamphlet (ddr-densho-390-145)
A welcome pamphlet from the Amache concentration camp, belonging to Harry and Walter Matsuoka. Topics discussed include a welcome message to Jerome concentration camp transfers, various community amenities, information on the camp organization, and more.
Guide to Relocation (ddr-densho-390-147)
doc Guide to Relocation (ddr-densho-390-147)
A guide for detainees "to supply essential information... in working out their relocation plans." Also included is a transcription of a speech by James G. Lindley, a list of relocation offices, and a map with detainee relocation destinations.
Amache information booklet (ddr-densho-390-146)
doc Amache information booklet (ddr-densho-390-146)
An information pamphlet from the Amache concentration camp, belonging to Harry and Walter Matsuoka. Includes detailed information on amenities, employment options, and operations at Amache with several illustrations and a cover created by the Amache Silk Screen shop.
Citizen's indefinite leave card (ddr-densho-287-3)
doc Citizen's indefinite leave card (ddr-densho-287-3)
Molly Maeda's indefinite leave card giving permission for her to travel from Minidoka concentration camp, Idaho to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
WRA booklet:
doc WRA booklet: "West Coast Incidents" (ddr-densho-274-29)
Booklet produced by the War Relocation Authority (WRA) that features clippings from major U.S. newspapers on Japanese Americans.
Booklet:
doc Booklet: "'A Voice that Must be Heard'" (ddr-densho-274-18)
Booklet published by the War Relocation Authority (WRA) containing statements about Japanese Americans by government officials.
Booklet:
doc Booklet: "'What We're Fighting For'" (ddr-densho-274-17)
Booklet published by the War Relocation Authority (WRA) containing letters of support written by U.S. servicemen about Japanese Americans.
Booklet:
doc Booklet: "New Neighbors Among Us" (ddr-densho-274-16)
Booklet published by the War Relocation Authority (WRA) about Japanese American "resettlement."
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