Memorandum from Delos Emmons to John J. McCloy regarding a previous report on the Japanese in Hawaii. Emmons dispels many of the rumors about the Hawaiian Japanese and admonishes the author of the report for being "violently anti-Japanese" and misinformed about government activities. Emmons urges McCloy to discount the report and continue with his previous course of action, Apr. 29, 1942.
Courtesy of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, University of Washington Libraries microfilm A7378, Reel 1, Box 2, Frames 535-536, Items 579-580
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