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Non-incarcerated Japanese Americans

Letter from Ida Otani to Michi Weglyn, April 26, 1997

A letter from Ida Otani to Michi Weglyn about the firing of Japanese American railroad workers during World War II. Otani describes the hardships her family went through after her father was fired by Western Pacific Railroad and the family was forced to vacate their home because it was on …
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Oral history of Marilyn Fordney

Oral history interview of Marilyn Fordney. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: csuci_vcc-jic_0001
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Letter to Henrietta Schoen from Takuyo Togawa

A letter from the wife of a medical staffer at Sante Fe thanking Henrietta Schoen for her correspondence.
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Hiroko Nakashima Segment 26

Treatment of Japanese Americans in Spokane during the war
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Tad Sato Segment 13

Working for Great Northern Railway allows some to avoid concentration camps

Due to technical difficulties, this interview has audio problems in its second half.
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Sculpture

Japanese Americans at the University of Washington

A group of Japanese Americans pose in front of the George Washington statue located on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. The statue was created by Lorado Taft, also the sculptor of the Fountain of Time.
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 84, No. 17 (May 6, 1977)

Selected article titles: "70 Co-Sponsor Mineta Bill for Retirement Credit" (p.1, 5), "Tuition Bill at Critical Stage" *p.1), "Guayule Rubber Developed by Evacuees" (p.2, 7), "Noguchi's 'Skygate'" (p.3).
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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 77, No. 05, (August 3, 1973)

Select article titles: "If Constitution Can Be Amended Issei Might Be U.S. President" (p.1); "Sen. Inouye Will Talk to Himself in Hawaiian" (p.1); "Ruth Asawa's Wire Sculptures Draw Raves at San Francisco Museum of Art" (p.3); "Nat'l CACA Convenes in L.A." (p.4); "Low-key Minority Hiring Practices in State Corrections Dept. …
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