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Plays

Scene from a play


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Church play


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Play in camp


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Poetry

Pacific Citizen, Vol. 53, No. 25 (December 22, 1961)

Special holiday issue organized into sections A 1-24, B 1-16, and C 1-4. Selected article titles: "'Evacuation' JACL Statement and Command Decision" (pp. A-1, A-3-A-7), "Nisei Actors Come of Age" (p. A-8), "Chronology of War Relocation Authority Activities" (pp. A-22-A-23), and "JACL vs. Lechner" (pp. B-15-B-16).
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Gidra, Vol. I, No. 2 (May 1969)

Selected article titles: "S.I. Rips Gidra!" (p. 1), "The Oriental as a 'Middleman Minority'" (p. 3), "Red Guard Party" (p. 4), "Title II . . . 'a Long Step Toward Totalitarianism'" (p. 5).
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Gidra, Vol. I, No. 3 (June 1969)

Selected article titlese: "The Persecution Rests" (p. 1), "CS, It's a Gas!" (p. 1), "Reflections in a Slanted Eye" (p. 2), "Grapes Are Coming!" (p. 4).
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Film

Pacific Citizen, Vol. 56, No. 13 (March 29, 1963)

Selected article titles: "Spanish-Speaking Americans Facing Same Type of Bias as Nisei of Early '30s" (p. 1), "Inouye Warns 442nd Veterans to Beware of 'Super-Patriots'" (p. 1), "PC Letterbox: Japanese Language Project" (p. 2), and "Japan Film 'Shaka' Is Memorable Epic" (p. 3).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 78, No. 5 (February 8, 1974)

Selected article titles: "Aliens Eligible for Federal Job, Appellate Holds" (p. 1), "'Two Worlds of Jim Yoshida': Half of Film to Be Shot in Japan" (pp. 1, 4), "Cranston-Kennedy Bilingual Education Bill Adopted by Senate Subcommittee" (p. 3), and "Monterey Peninsula JACL: Matsunaga Sees Nixon to Resign" (p. 3).
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Theater

"Rio Rita" musical program

A program for Garfield High School Music Department's production of "Rio Rita," a musical comedy in two acts.
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Showing of Tannhauser to promote culture and the arts

Caption: "To encourage the arts and in an attempt to expose the GIs to 'culture,' Wagner's opera Tannhauser / was presented."
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