A wide shot of the of the battle field with a wagon full of collected skulls and bones of soldiers on a stretcher in the foreground. A shovel rests on the stretcher at left, and a canteen leans against it at right.
Shiraishi, Kinjiro; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Shiraishi expresses hope in reuniting with father after hearing that Bird is on the rehearing board for interned Japanese aliens. He expresses appreciation for all that Bird has done and reminisces on how pleasant his first meeting with Bird was. ...
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
In this reply to Matsumura 19s April 4 letter, Bird lauds Japanese Americans for their thoughtfulness and readiness to cooperate and asks Matsumura to 1ckeep studying and keep your spirit free from bitterness." [see Matsumura's letter Dbase #025]
McCloy asks McWilliams for suggestions on additional materials that the Library may aquire. She also thanks McWilliams for "interest you have already created on campus through your recent talk in assembly."
Shiraishi, Akira; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Shiraishi writes about his family's new life in Akron, Ohio. He explains that he and his wife have found work in "an American's home who is well understanding about us ..." He mentions that Akira, his son, has moved to Chicago and is working in a...
Shiraishi, Kinjiro; Heart Mountain Relocation Center (Wyo.); National Japanese American Student Relocation Council; Heart Mountain Relocation Center (Wyo.); Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Shiraishi expresses appreciation for assistance in the release of his father. He mentions the possibility of attending a Y.M.C.A college even though this course does not particularly appeal to him. But he recognizes Occidental is not currently an...