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doc Christmas letter from Keith McCoy to Mack and Dixie. (ddr-one-3-107)
Christmas letter from Keith McCoy to Mack and Dixie. Mentions George Kida's death and that Keith McCoy was the grandson of Vickie Waldron (Sarah "Sade" Pyatt's sister). Also mentions the obituary that Keith McCoy wrote for George Kida. The index card lists the dates of birth and death for Sarah "Sade" Pyatt, George Pyatt, Miyuki "Kay" …
doc George M. Kida: the rest of the story (ddr-one-3-106)
Typed copy of Keith McCoy's obituary of George Kida as well as a photocopy of the published version of the obituary. For clipping of published version please see ddr-one-3-105.
doc Letter from Keith McCoy to Isami Tsubota (ddr-one-3-108)
Thank you letter to Isami "Sami" Tsubota from Keith McCoy. Also a page of handwritten notes about the Japanese families who had lived in White Salmon and the surrounding area before WWII.
doc Circles of love: Rest of the man's life story told (ddr-one-3-105)
Newspaper clipping from "The Enterprise" newspaper from Bingen-White Salmon of George Kida's obituary, written by Keith McCoy, with the headline "Circles of love: Rest of the man's life story told". Published December 10, 1998. For the non-published typed copy please see ddr-one-3-106.
doc History of Japanese Americans in the Columbia River Gorge (ddr-one-3-114)
Typed history of the experiences of Japanese Americans in the Columbia River Gorge. Written by Keith McCoy.
doc Japanese-Americans suffered under unjust order (ddr-one-3-111)
News clipping of Keith McCoy's guest column in The Enterprise on May 23, 2002 with the headline "Japanese-Americans suffered under unjust order". Also a sheet of handwritten notes. For unpublished typed copy, please see ddr-one-3-310.
Collection Kenjiro and Miyuki “Kay” Kida Family Collection (ddr-one-3)
This collection consists of personal correspondence, legal documents, photographic prints, news clippings, and other materials related to a Japanese American family from White Salmon, Washington. These historical records trace a journey that included hurdles of federal and state laws, war and incarceration, exile and resettlement. Significantly, the collection includes firsthand accounts of the Portland Assembly Center …