Japanese American identity

Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2032 (March 2, 1979)

Selected article titles: "'A Day of Remembrance' Observed Coast to Coast" (pp. 1-2, 6-7, 12), "JACL to Draft Its Redress Bill This Weekend" (pp. 1, 11), "JARR Not Getting Filled...Noteworthy Nikkei Needed" (pp. 3, 8), and "Down to Earth: More to Remember" (p. 4).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 89, No. 2065 (October 19, 1979)

Selected article titles: "More Co-Sponsors Back Internment Commission Bill" (p. 1), "PC Chronology: 1929-79 / Fifty Years" (p. 3), "Vol. 1, No. 1: What's What on the Pages in '29" (p. 3), and "Random Musings: The Nikkei Tradition" (p. 8).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 95, No. 26 (December 24-31, 1982)

Special holiday issue. Selected article titles: "Preserving Our Japanese American History: Visual Communications' Photographic Archives" (pp. 14-15), "'Offensive Stupidity' and the Struggle of Abe Tokunosuke" (pp. 31, 43, 68, 70, 76-77), "1982: The Year in Review" (pp. 52-63, 69, 78-79), and "After the Rescue of the 'Lost Battalion': 'Gothic Line ...
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 103, No. 17 (October 24, 1986)

Selected article titles: "Calif. Supreme Court: Bird: Independent Judiciary Vital to Rights of Minorities" (pp. 1, 5), "Nat'l Board Confronts Budget Problems: Falling Renewals and Redress Pledges Seen as Major Factors" (pp. 1, 3), "Council Approves 'Onizuka Street' in J-Town" (pp. 1, 8), and "From the Frying Pan: JAs ...
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United States civilians

Acadia Arriving at Port of Yokohama

Black and white photographic print of Port of Yokohama taken from aboard the Acadia at arrival, depicting approximately 12 unidentified individuals standing on balcony. Inscribed on the back: "17 Dec 46."
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Shiuko Sakai

"Brown tinted photographic print of Shiuko Sakai in a black blazer standing outside with four unidentified women seated on a bench in the background. Inscribed on back: "APR 53/YASUKUNI JINJA." Stamped on back in ink: "THIS IS A/KODACOLOR PRINT/MADE BY/EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY/T.M. REGIS.U ...
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Hibiya Park

Black and white photographic print of Shiuko Sakai in a white headscarf and dark coat standing in the snow at Hibiya park in front of Imperial Palace moat.
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Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Atomic bomb dome

Looking toward Genbaku Dome (atomic bomb dome) located near the epicenter of atomic destruction of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. This building was a commercial exhibition hall. Roy Matsumoto's mother and other members of his family lived two blocks from this dome.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 94, No. 21 (May 28, 1982)

Selected article titles: "Immigration Law May Undergo Major Change" (pp. 1, 9), "Fortune Mag Says 'Orientals' Don't Need Affirmative Action" (pp. 1, 5), "From the Frying Pan: Compensation Act for A-Bomb Fallout Victims" (p. 5), and "U.S. Census Says Asian Women Outnumber Men" (p. 9).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 95, No. 23 (December 3, 1982)

Selected article titles: "Johnston Issues 'Last Call' for Former Ca. State Workers" (pp. 1, 8), "Nikkei Autoworker Speaks Out on U.S. Industry's Problems" (pp. 1, 8), "Another 'Relocation'" (pp. 6, 8), and "U.S. Doctor Recalls Nagasaki After Bombing: 'Ghost Town'" (p. 8).
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