Bardin, Shlomo, 1898-; Simi Valley (Calif.); Construction; Scaffolding; Civic leaders;
Left to right first row: Seymour Linder, Nickoli Joffee, Eli Bayar, Saul Levy, Dr. Bardin, Max Berg, Milton Sperling, Bob Rifkind, Gerald Goldberg, Ruben Finkelstein, Herb Solomon, Lou Hasson, Judge Joseph Rifkind; left to right second row: Mel...
Collection development -- Libraries; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945;
Ragsdale offers McCloy the opportunity to see a book containing poetry and prose written by members of the Poston Relocation Center to commemorate one year in camp. Ragsdale acquired it while visiting Poston Relocation Center last June.
Concentration Camps -- United States; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Housing policy -- California; United States. Farm Security Administration
Moise informs DeWitt of the endorsement of a proposal which would design communities serving first as evacuation centers for Japanese Americans and later as rehabilitation centers for disabled members of armed forces. This letter serves as a cover...
Japanese American college students; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- Education and the war; American Friends Service Committee
Fitts informs the members of the Committee on American-born Japanese and Aliens of the meeting to be held on May 29, 1942 at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago. Fitts quotes extensively from a Milton Eisenhower letter that discusses cooperation amongst...
Los Angeles (Calif.); University of Judaism; American Jewish University; Women's League for Conservative Judaism; United Synagogue of America. National Women's League; Women.; City council members; Politicians--United States.; Ceremonies;
Jan Shulman (President of Women's League) and Joy Picus (LA city councilwoman), Torah Fund, Women's League for Conservative Judaism