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Letter (with envelope) to Molly Wilson from June Yoshigai (May 30, 1942)

Handwritten letter to Molly Wilson from June Yoshigai (May 30, 1942). Envelope is postmarked but does not give a date from Chicago, Illinois.
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Envelope to Mollie Wilson from Sandie Saito (postmarked January 24, 1945)

Envelope postmarked January 24, 1945 from Chicago, Illinois.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 44, No. 8 (February 22, 1957)

Selected article titles: "Deadline seen for claims compromise: Dec. 31, 1958 target date planned as government confers with attorneys" (p. 1); "Anti-Nisei Film on TV Protested by C.L. Offical" (p. 1); I&NS extends alien pre-exam method for status change" (p.1); U.S. admits 5,200 from Japan in 1956, mostly as GI brides" (p. 2); Civil rights ...
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Letter (with envelope) to Molly Wilson from Chiyeko Akahoshi (July 14, 1944)

Handwritten letter to Molly Wilson from Chiyeko Akahoshi (July 14, 1944). Envelope is postmarked July 19, 1944 from the Manzanar Incarceration Camp in Manzanar, California.
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Postcard to Mollie Wilson from Sandie Saito (January 3, 1944)

Postcard to Mollie Wilson from Sandie Saito (January 3, 1944 [possibly meant 1945]). It is postmarked January 6, 1945 from Chicago, Illinois.
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"Resettlement"

Matsue Watanabe Interview Segment 12

Leaving camp to work as a schoolgirl in Chicago
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Dorothy H. Sato Interview Segment 10

Leaving camp and moving to Chicago

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Jessie Hatsue Akiyama Okazaki Harry Interview Segment 11

Leaving camp to attend sewing school

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Seichi Hayashida Segment 32

Leaving camp on permanent work release and farming in Idaho
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Betty Morita Shibayama Interview Segment 29

Parents find work in Chicago after the war
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