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Woman takes a photograph of a girl

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Harry takes a photograph

Harry, likely Pvt. Harry Taketa, wearing a military uniform holds a camera to his eye. Written beside photograph on scrapbook page, partially obscured: Harry, "Up to his old trick," ...aught in Feb 1944, ... at the depot.
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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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Corporal Edward Nakamura funeral panoramic photograph

One panoramic photograph of Corporal Edward Nakamura's (KIA November 1943) military funeral. Taken in 1946 in Puʻunēnē, Maui, Hawai'I in front of the family's home.
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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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War Relocation Authority (WRA)

Frank Miyamoto Interview Segment 8

The War Relocation Authority's shift in policy: attempt to resettle Japanese Americans outside of camp

This interview was conducted by sisters Emiko and Chizuko Omori for their 1999 documentary, Rabbit in the Moon, about the Japanese American resisters of conscience in the World War II incarceration camps. As a …

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Message from the Director of the War Relocation Authority

Message and information about the War Relocation Authority's Relocation Program following the re-opening of the West Coast to Japanese Americans.
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Chapter 8: At War Relocation Authority

Unpublished autobiographical writing by C. Moxley Featherston about the years he worked at the War Relocation Authority as an lawyer. The writing includes stories from his years a Project Attorney at Gala River, Granada, and Minidoka, and his thoughts about the legal arguments and politics surrounding the incarceration. He was …
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W.R.A. Here to Shut Up Shop (May 14, 1946)

The Seattle Daily Times, May 14, 1946, p. 4
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Wake Up, America. Has the Japanese-American Problem Been Bungled by the W.R.A. (October 19, 1943)

The Seattle Daily Times, October 19, 1943, p. 6
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