A wide shot of a military parade in New York City, consisting of armed citizen soldiers marching through the street before a large crowd of onlookers. American flags adorn buildings and one spectator holds up a small flag.
Matsunaga, Helen; Japanese American college students; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Clark acknowledges the receipt of the April 23, 1942 letter Bird addressed to Lieutenant General John DeWitt (see Dbase #074). Clark mentions that he is "taking up for consideration" the Matsunaga matter.
Concentration Camps -- United States; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Tulare Assembly Center (Tulare, Calif.)
In this five-page letter, Susu-Mago describes the isolation at Tulare Assembly Center, the incredulousness and resentment felt by younger internees with older parents, and internees´ worries over the properties they were forced to give up back...
Principles and Fair Play; Japanese Americans -- Social conditions; Japanese Americans - Imprisonment - 1942-1946; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
The folded pictorial pamphlet opens to two main spreads. The first offers excerpts from national newspapers under banner "Leading Papers Speak Up For It." The full sheet open features the headline"The People Practice It" over photos of Japanese...