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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 106, No. 12 (March 25, 1988)

Selected article titles: "Reagan's Civil Rights Veto Overridden" (pp. 1, 3), "Census Bureau Reverses Plan to Lump Asian Americans Together" (p. 1), "Nikkei Women Photo Exhibit Planned" (p. 2), "No Reparations for Nisei Internees" (p. 5), and "The Myth of 'Military Necessity'" (p. 5).
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Portrait of Mary Yano

Black and white portrait of Mary Yano. She has curly hair and is wearing a white collared shirt/dress. Written next to the photo is: " Mary Yano". One of eight photographs on a portion of a scrapbook page.
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Portrait of Dorothy Takiyama

Black and white portrait of Dorothy Takiyama. She has bows in her hair and is wearing a white shirt/dress. Written on the photograph is: " Dear Molly. Dot" and written next to the photograph is: "Dorothy Takiyama". One of eight photographs on a portion of a scrapbook page.
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Portrait of Miyeko Imamura

Black and white portrait of Miyeko Imamura. She has curly hair with a bow in it and is wearing a white collared shirt with a dark vest over it. Written on the photograph is: "To Molly. Love Miyeko". One of four photographs on a portion of a scrapbook page.
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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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U.S. government propaganda

Propaganda poster: "Every Mile You Drive Over"...


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Propaganda poster: "Your Enemy the Jap"


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Military publication: "Pocket Guide to China"

Government publication used to train soldiers stationed in China. Uses many stereotypical references and drawings about Chinese people and culture. Also includes a section on Japanese people titled: "How to Spot a Jap" (see pages 69-79).
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