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Matsunaga, Helen; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Bird thanks Shiraishi for the flowers. He asks how he is doing, what his plans are and if there is anything that Bird can do on his behalf. He hears that "all seems to be going exceedingly well under the circumstances" for Helen Matsunaga.
Francis DuBose, scripture reading and prayer ; anthem The glory of the Father performed by the Seminary Concert Choir ; C. B. Hogue, commencement address.; Recorded at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, Dec. 13, 1978.
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
In his reply to Matsunaga's letter of December 7, 1943 (see Dbase #044), Bird offers encouraging and patriotic words, writing, "You and your family will be greatly needed" after the war in the rebuilding efforts.
Occidental College; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
In his reply to Matsunaga's letter of May 28, 1945 (see Dbase #054), Bird explains that he has been the president of Occidental College for 25 years and that it is time to step down. He and his wife will spend some time in Carmel "to find a place...
James Woodward, conductor ; Craig Singleton, narrator ; Jeri Graham-Edmonds, soprano ; William L. Horton, baritone ; Max Lyall, Al Washburn, accompanists.; Recorded at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, May 13, 1982.
Artson, Bradley Shavit; Los Angeles (Calif.); Rabbis--Ordination
Mark Daniel Ankcorn, Micah Lee Caplan, Andrea Dobrick Haney, Daniel Franklin Greyber, Baruch HaLevi, Barry Joseph Leff, Eric Matthew Rosin and Ranon Teller post with Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson before their ordination. They all signed the attached...
Day, George M.; National Japanese American Student Relocation Council; World War, 1939-1945 -- Education and the war; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
O'Brien thanks Bird for his hospitality during O'Brien's visit to Los Angeles. He also writes to see if it may be possible to "borrow" Professor George Day for the student relocation work. [see Bird's reply, Dbase #226]
Day, George M.; National Japanese American Student Relocation Council; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
O'Brien writes that he is "intrigued" by Day's background of work in Russia and with the War Prisoners, and hopes that the National Student Relocation Council would be able to utilize Day's ability and experience.