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Hawai'i

The Northwest Times Vol. 1 No. 20 (March 18, 1947)

"Fort Denies GI's in Town Saturday Night" (p. 1), "Pay Differences Peril Continuance of Salmon Industry" (p. 1), "Most Japanese Unaffected by Deportation Rule" (p. 2)
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The Northwest Times Vol. 4 No. 78 (September 30, 1950)

"Confusion Reigns in the Nation's Capitol After House, By a Whopping Majority, Votes to Override Vetoed Walter Bill" (p. 1), "Congress Amends Trading Act" (p. 1), "Volunteer Solicitors Cover District in Annual Community Chest Campaign; Our Goal This Year Will be $9,100" (p. 1).
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Acadia Arriving at Port of Honolulu

Black and white photographic print of voyage on ship Acadia from Seattle, Washington, to Japan, arriving at Honolulu, Hawaii, harbor with view of ocean and land in far distance.
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Memo from the office of John J. McCloy

Memo from the office of John J. McCloy to an unknown recipient regarding transfer of Hawaiian Kibei to Tule Lake. Author states that Kibei cannot be transferred due to lack of facilities and the fear that the Kibei will add to a growing militant section of internees. This would be ...
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Memo: "Evacuation of Japanese from Hawaii"

Memo from John McCloy to General Eisenhower giving reasons against incarcerating Hawaiian Japanese: lack of materials and shipping, labor shortage that would ensue, and possible tensions between mainland and Hawaiian Japanese. McCloy also worries about the legalities of evacuating Hawaiian Japanese. Suggests that General Emmons should be in charge of ...
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1800th Engineer General Service Battalion

Letter from Cedrick M. Shimo to the Army Discharge Re-hearing Board, August 17, 1983

A letter from Cedrick Shimo to the Army Discharge Re-hearing Board regarding Minoru Takaki, a fellow member of the 1800 Engineers, a labor battalion in the U.S. Army made up of Japanese Americans who were considered "misfits" during Word War II. Shimo writes that all the members of the battalion ...
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Time of Remembrance

A flyer for an event honoring attorney Hyman Bravin and speech written by Cedrick Shimo for that event. The speech describes Bravin's activities representing Nisei veterans who were dishonorably discharged unfairly at the end of World War II. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project ...
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Cedrick M. Shimo Interview Segment 21

Answering the question: "If Japan invaded the U.S., which side will you fight for?"

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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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Cedrick M. Shimo Interview Segment 20

Reputation for outspoken demeanor while serving in the 1800 Engineering Battalion

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