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28 Japs on Trial For Refusal to Serve (April 12, 1944)

The Seattle Daily Times, April 12, 1944, p. 15
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Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to Kida family

Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to Kay, George and Kida (Kenjiro Kida) dated February 6, 1944. Al writes that Mrs. Sidney Miller and Sadie McCoy wanted to get Sarah "Sade" Pyatt out of the hospital and send her to live with the Kida family in Eastern Oregon. Al told ...
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Letter from James Albert "Al" Johnson to George Kida

Letter and envelope addressed to George Kida in Nyssa, Oregon, from James Albert "Al" Johnson. Letter dated February 23, 1943, envelope postmarked February 25, 1943. James Albert "Al" Johnson brought a letter from George to a banker (Mr. Barton) in regards to the possibility of a loan for George. He ...
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 25 (December 19-26, 1986)

Special holiday issue organized into sections A 1-32, B 1-64, and A 33-64. Selected article titles: "As Others See Us: An Overview" (pp. A-4, A-13, A-20), "The Dilemma of the 'Model Minority' Image" (p. A-14), "Minoru Yasui, 1916-1986: In Remembrance" (pp. B-1-B-2), "The Nisei of the 1800 Engineer General Service ...
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Mits Koshiyama Interview Segment 6

Description of the Fair Play Committee
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Gordon Hirabayashi

Outside of the courthouse during Gordon Hirabayashi's hearing

The hearing was held in Seattle, Washington in front of Judge Donald S. Voorhees.
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Sentence Too Short, Convicted Jap Tells Court (October 22, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, October 22, 1942, p. 38
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Solon to Test Jap Evacuation (May 22, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 22, 1942, p. 8
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Jap-Evacuation Verdict Waits (July 19, 1942)

The Seattle Daily Times, July 19, 1942, p. 8
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Letter from Justice Felix Frankfurter to Chief Justice Harlan Stone

Letter from Justice Felix Frankfurter to Chief Justice Harlan Stone about the Hirabayashi decision. Frankfurter informs Stone that there is a debate surrounding the use of language in the decision -- warns that many more habeas corpus suits could be filed if the court does not accurately state their opinion.
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