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Registration and the "loyalty questionnaire"

Envelope and letter to Dr. Keizaburo "Kei" Koyama from Teru Koyama

Slightly yellowed envelope addressed to Dr. Keizaburo Koyama in Camp Livingston from his wife, Teru Koyama, at Minidoka. Postmarked October 19, 1942. Along the top 10-23-1942 is written in red pencil. On the left side of the envelope is a purple "Censored" stamp. Inside the envelope is a letter dated ...
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Frank Emi Interview Segment 7

Attending hearings regarding qualified answers to the so-called "loyalty questions"
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Harry Ueno Interview Segment 32

Answering "no-no" on the so-called "loyalty questionnaire," and being taken to the stockade in Tule Lake concentration camp
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Frank Emi Interview Segment 6

Deciding to qualify answers to the so-called "loyalty questions"
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Michiko Wada Interview Segment 10

Remembering the so-called "loyalty questionnaire"
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"Resettlement"

WRA resettlement image

Original WRA caption: Here is a corner view of the spacious living room in the home of the Kaneko and the Isoda families who have resettled in Milwaukee. Mrs. Tei Kaneko is opening her knitting bag while on the floor (left to right) are Robin Isoda, 2-1/2 -year-old son ...
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WRA resettlement image

Original WRA caption: One corner in the basement of the home of the Kanekos and the Isodas has been turned into the kiddies' playroom for the two young sons of these families. In this box of play sand, Robin Isoda is pouring out a cup of make-believe coffee for his ...
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WRA resettlement image

Original WRA caption: When Mrs. Masumi Kaneko goes shopping, she likes to take her young 2-1/2-year-old son, Wayne, to the store with her. Here Mrs. Kaneko, comfortably dressed in a sport coat and slacks, is leaving her Milwaukee home to visit the nearby shopping center. The Kanekos live at ...
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Evacuation claims settlement sheet

Under the Japanese American Evacuation Claims Act, Matahichi Iseri claimed $246 in damages from losses due to World War II. In 1952, the Justice Department awarded him a compromise settlement of $226. He was fortunate to receive an amount so close to his original claim, since many Japanese Americans received ...
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Resettlement booklet on East Coast schools

Resettlement booklet titled: "Schools For Your Children in the East Coast Area." Provides information about schools to Japanese American families resettling to the East Coast from the camps.
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