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  • Description: Japanese
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    • They're friendly in New England.

    • Japanese Americans -- New England -- Public opinion.; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 -- Public opinion.; Resettlement
    • 20 pages. The alternate title to this pamphlet is "What New England newspapers say about Japanese Americans." This work contains copies of newspaper articles and letters about the attitude of New Englanders toward Japanese Americans. This...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Relocation of Japanese Americans.

    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Resettlement
    • 16 pages. This pamphlet is focused on the relocation of Japanese Americans that started in 1942. It includes information of the Relocation Program, the distinction between the evacuated people and citizens of Japan, the relocation centers, student...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • To Our American Sons and Daughters.

    • Identity and values; immigration and citizenship; Issei; Japanese American identity
    • Pages 52-65 from ""United States-Japan and younger generation photos."" The document discusses C.S. Miyazaki's recounting of the aspirations of the "first" generation of Japanese American citizens (Issei), and what they charge the second generation...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Facts about Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Japanese Americans -- Cleveland, Ohio.; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Resettlement
    • 12 pages. This pamphlet is a part of the Facts About America Series and includes information on the various nationalities of the city, housing facilities, living costs, industry and commerce, education, churches and hospitals, professional and...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Men standing in front of the doorway of a building at Heart Mountain Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A group of men are lined up for a group portrait in front the doorway of a building at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming. The building has Japanese signs on both sides of the doorway and may be a the incarceration camp buddhist church.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Form letter about Japanese American redress

    • Japanese Americans--Reparations.
    • This letter is a notification from the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division infroming the individual to expect a check for redress related to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Crowd lined up for a group portrait outside a building at a Relocation Center

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A large group of people outside a building in either Heart Mountain Relocation Center or Tule Lake Relocation Center. A man in the middle of the crowd appears to be a religious official wearing a robe and wagesa. This photograph was likely taken in...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Men in large group portrait in buddhist church in Los Angeles

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A group portait of several men in a large group portait in a buddhist church in Los Angeles, California. Most of the men are wearing suits and ties. Two men seated in the middle of the second row wear robes and wagesa.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Tatsuya Tsurumoto working near a building with a corregated roof

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • Tatsuya Tsurumoto working near a building with a corregated roof. He appears to be wearing an apron.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Men lined up for a group portrait in Santa Fe

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A group of men are lined up for a group portriat in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Most of the men are wearing either white t-shirts or casual button down shirts. Tatsuya Tsuruyama sits in the front row, second from the right. The men are likely on work...
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
    • Religious official in robe and wagesa holding fan and prayer beads

    • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Archival resources. Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945--Diet.
    • A buddhist priest wearing a robe and wagesa and holding a fan and prayer beads kneels for a portrait. There is Japanese writing along the left side of the photograph.
    • Mari Tsuruyama Okumura Collection, SC 14.6
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    • This is the back cover of the Pomona College Award Ceremony for Teachers of the U.S. Navy Japanese Language School program. It includes a quote from W. Theodore de Bary from Columbia University about the education of Japanese culture and...
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    • Democracy in relocation.

    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.
    • 8 pages. This pamphlet includes information about the history of the Japanese-American relocation centers and the lives that the Japanese-Americans can expect to live within them. The second section of the pamphlet describes the organization of...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • When you leave the Relocation Center.

    • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.; Resettlement
    • 13 pages. This pamphlet includes information about how Japanese Americans leaving the relocation centers can integrate back into American society. It includes advice on how to assimilate into a work place and college campus, as well as war time...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Takeda Family Scrapbook

    • Family; immigration and citizenship; military service; resettlement
    • This scrapbook was compiled by Terry Takeda and Terry's wife, Patti Hirahara. It documents Shiro Takeda's migration from Japan to the United States, the marriage of Shiro Takeda and Hisako Manabe, the family's experience at Heart Mountain...
    • Takeda Family Collection, SC 14.3
    • Page 019

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    • This is the first page of the Pomona College Award Ceremony for Teachers of the U.S. Navy Japanese Language School, including a copy of the Certificate of Award from the Secretary of the Navy.
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    • The Independents, an intramural basketball team

    • Recreational activities; student leave
    • Photograph of an intramural basketball team from Washington State College called the Independents. During the 1944-1945 school year, the team compiled a record of 5-1. The team was comprised mainly of Japanese Americans. The team consisted of...
    • Tom Hide Collection, SC 14.1
    • Page 020

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    • This is the order of events for the Pomona College Award Ceremony for Teachers of the U.S. Navy Japanese Language School, including a welcome, an introduction, the presentation of colors, an invocation, an introduction of the Director of Naval...
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