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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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Song lyrics

Lyrics of a song thanking Larry and Guyo Tajiri for their work running the Pacific Citizen.
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Letter from Guyo Tajiri

A letter from Guyo Tajiri discussing a manuscript about a book regarding Larry Tajiri's life. Also reminisces about their time running the Pacific Citizen in Salt Lake City.
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Office of the Rocky Mountain Times

First intermountain Japanese newspaper started in 1907, later merged with the Utah Nippo. Proprietor Mr. Shiro Iida.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 108, No. 14 (April 14, 1989)

Selected article titles: "House Subcommittee: $250 Million for Redress" (p. 1), "AAJA Presents James Omura with 'Lifetime Achievement Award'" (pp. 1, 5), and "By the Board: Keeping JACL Alive" (p. 4).
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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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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 105, No. 10 (October 2, 1987)

Selected article titles: "AAJA Convention Has 'Write' Stuff" (pp. 1, 3, 8), "Coram Nobis Case: Court Overturns Wartime Convictions" (pp. 1, 6), "Reese Article Calls Redress Issue a Second Attack on Pearl Harbor" (p. 4), and "The Mountainous Ordeal of Passing Redress" (pp. 5-7).
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