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Letter to a Nisei man from his sister (ddr-densho-153-139)
doc Letter to a Nisei man from his sister (ddr-densho-153-139)
Excerpt: "I'm awfully sorry I made you mad as a hornet by telling you about that rumor but I had to let you know what really was going around." Sent from Manzanar concentration camp, California, possibly to Camp Robinson, Arkansas.
Letter to a Nisei man from his brother (ddr-densho-153-57)
doc Letter to a Nisei man from his brother (ddr-densho-153-57)
Excerpt: "Sorry I haven't written in such a long time, but since I am involved in school politics along with 5 solids, it keeps me pretty well occupied." Sent from Manzanar concentration camp, California, to Chicago, Illinois.
Letter to a Nisei man from his sister (ddr-densho-153-33)
doc Letter to a Nisei man from his sister (ddr-densho-153-33)
Excerpt: "What do you know, well I'm going to be a A9 next Monday & I sure am glad this semesters over & next semester im going to have to study real hard." Sent from Manzanar concentration camp, California, to Chicago, Illinois.
Letter to a Nisei man from his brother (ddr-densho-153-210)
doc Letter to a Nisei man from his brother (ddr-densho-153-210)
Excerpt: "I thought I'd put this extra line in because I just finished hearing the U.S.C., U.C.L.A. Basketball game, and the bruins won for the first time after forty-two (42) consecutive defeats." Sent from Manzanar concentration camp, California, to Chicago, Illinois.
Jack Y. Kunitomi Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-355)
vh Jack Y. Kunitomi Interview I (ddr-densho-1000-355)
Nisei male. Born October 10, 1915, in California. Married prior to mass removal, and was sent to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. Transferred to the Heart Mountain concentration camp, Wyoming, and worked on the camp newspaper. Drafted into the army and served with the Military Intelligence Service in the Philippines and occupied Japan.

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Jack Y. Kunitomi Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-376)
vh Jack Y. Kunitomi Interview II (ddr-densho-1000-376)
Nisei male. Born October 10, 1915, in California. Married prior to mass removal, and was sent to the Manzanar concentration camp, California. Transferred to the Heart Mountain concentration camp, Wyoming, and worked on the camp newspaper. Drafted into the army and served with the Military Intelligence Service in the Philippines and occupied Japan.

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Constance Yamashiro Interview (ddr-chi-1-18)
vh Constance Yamashiro Interview (ddr-chi-1-18)
Sansei female. Born May 6, 1938, in Los Angeles, California. During World War II, sent to the Manzanar concentration camp, California, with her parents and grandparents. After leaving camp, the family resettled in Chicago, Illinois, where her mother did factory work. (This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the U.S. Department of …
Charlie Matsubara - Mary Matsubara - Evelyn Togami Interview (ddr-densho-1009-3)
vh Charlie Matsubara - Mary Matsubara - Evelyn Togami Interview (ddr-densho-1009-3)
This interview was conducted with husband and wife Charlie and Mary Matsubara, and Mary's sister Evelyn Togami. Charlie was born June 3, 1920, in San Francisco, California. Mary was born January 3, 1922, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Evelyn was born December 9, 1920, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mary and Evelyn were living in California with their …
Telegram addressed to a Nisei man (ddr-densho-153-91)
doc Telegram addressed to a Nisei man (ddr-densho-153-91)
This telegram informed Joe Nagano that his brother was released from camp and would be joining him in Chicago, Illinois.
Series of handwritten notes (ddr-densho-153-82)
doc Series of handwritten notes (ddr-densho-153-82)
Unsigned series of notes jotted on a Western Union message pad. Notes seem to be made by a person traveling by train between Reno and Chicago.
Letter to Henrietta Schoen from Takeshi Ban (ddr-densho-223-58)
doc Letter to Henrietta Schoen from Takeshi Ban (ddr-densho-223-58)
A letter thanking Henrietta Schoen for her kindness while Takeshi Ban was at Sante Fe.
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