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Travel permit

Travel permit allowing Guyo Tajiri to move to Salt Lake City, Utah before forced removal.
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Letter from Frank McNitt to Larry Tajiri

A letter thanking Larry Tajiri for his work on the Pacific Citizen.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 9 (March 1, 1957)

Selected article titles: "Noted Oregonians Honored for Wartime Service to Nisei, JACL" (p. 1); Bill Hosokawa Promoted Post's Exec. News Ed" (p. 1); Shonien 'red carp,' JACL 'pinwheel' on L.A. museum exhibit" (p. 1); No. Calif. Japanese Americans launch $5,000 campaign for Immigration Museum" (p. 1); "Issei ...
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Jimmie Omura Interview Segment 15

Involvement in a conflict over editor position and internal politics within the New World Daily newspaper

This interview was conducted by sisters Emiko and Chizuko Omori for their 1999 documentary, Rabbit in the Moon, about the Japanese American resisters of conscience in the World War II incarceration camps. As a ...

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Japanese of Seattle Publish Three Dailies (January 7, 1917)

The Seattle Daily Times, January 7, 1917, p. 23
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United States civilians

Visit to Ama No Hashidate

Black and white photographic print of (from left) Nori, Shiuko Sakai and Kay Fujikado standing on a bridge with water and hills in background. Inscribed on back: "AMANOHASHIDATE OCT 49."
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Toho Movie Studio

Black and white photographic print of (from left) Mal Mihal and unidentified “starlet” in ballet costume at Toho film studio. Inscribed on the back: "Toho Movie studio/Mal Mihal &/actress/2-9-47."
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New Year's at Gokoku-ji Temple

Black and white photographic print of nine unidentified children wearing traditional New Year’s clothing during New Year celebrations near Gokoku-ji temple in Zoshigaya, Tokyo. Inscribed on back: "2 JAN 49/GOKOKUJI/ZOSHIGAYA."
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Sakai Relatives

Black and white photographic print of Shunya, Shiuko Sakai’s paternal uncle, seated on floor.
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Visit from Ms. Mahon

Black and white photographic print of (from left) unidentified woman in hat, May Ideta, Ms. Mahon, and an unidentified woman in hat standing at Shinjuku Gardens. Ms. Mahon served as the principal at Donor’s school, Bailey Gatzert grade school in Seattle, Washington. After Ms. Mahon retired, she visited Tokyo ...
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