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Discriminatory laws

Wilson Personally Asks California Not to Violate Treaties. Confident People and Legislature of State Will Not Designedly Embarrass National Government. Adverse Laws Should Be Directed at All Aliens. (April 22, 1913)

The Seattle Daily Times, April 22, 1913, p. 1
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Buys Land for Aliens. Former U.S. Inspector on Trial for Fraud. (July 1, 1924)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 1, 1924, p. 10
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Interracial Marriages Will Be Null and Void (January 31, 1911)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 31, 1911, p. 9
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Alien Land Bill Up to Governor. Opposition Told That President-Elect Will Not Refer to Japanese Question. (March 3, 1921)

The Seattle Daily Times, March 3, 1921, pp. 1, 2
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Decision Affirmed in Alien Land Case. Supreme Court, Sitting on Banc, Escheats Property of White River Gardens to State. (June 2, 1926)

The Seattle Daily Times, June 2, 1926, p. 15
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Returning home

Issei man in Los Angeles

Caption by Ike Hatchimonji: "Los Angeles - around 1947-48. Kumezo Hatchimoji at his home."
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Hostel, Japanese language school

These children are on the front steps of the Japanese language school. The school housed many Japanese Americans immediately after the incarceration. Front row (left to right): Nancy Tada and Susumu Ohashi holding Kiyomi Ohashi. Second row: Ronnie Tada, Takashi Aoki, Yoshiko Tokita, Yasuo Tokita, and Yuzo Tokita. Third row ...
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Newspaper clippings from the Oregon Journal and an advertisement for a mass meeting from the Gresham Outlook.
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Advertisement for anti-Japanese meeting

Advertisement for a meeting held by the Oregon Property Owners' Protective League, Inc.
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Newspaper articles from the New York Times, Oregonian, and Pacific Citizen all describing public reactions to Japanese Americans returning to the West Coast. One of the articles is titled "Union Limits Nisei to Ex-Service Men: Teamsters' Union Says it Will Oppose All Other Japanese in West Coast Jobs."
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