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Japanese Americans in World War II

Violet de Cristoforo Letters

Letter to Violet de Cristoforo dated April 11, 1958 regarding her status as a U.S. citizen.

Letter from the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission to Violet de Cristoforo regarding her desire to return to the U.S. from Japan.  Dated August 21, 1952.

Fred Hirasuna to Committee on National Security and Fair Play, May 16, 1942

Letter.  Fred Hirasuna to the Committee on National Security and Fair Play.  May 16, 1942.  Page 1 of 2.

Letter. Fred Hirasuna to the Committee on National Security and Fair Play.  May 16, 1942.  Page 2 of 2.

George Kubo to Fred Hirasuna, June 10, 1942

Letter.  George Kubo to Fred Hirasuna.  June 10, 1942.  Page 1 of 2.

Letter. George Kubo to Fred Hrasuna.  June 10, 1942.  Page 2 of 2.

Ken Utsunomiya to Fred Hirasuna, June 11, 1942

Letter describing life in the Tulare Assembly Center.  Page 1 of 2.

Letter describing life in the Tulare Assembly Center.  List of useful articles to have in assembly centers.  June 11, 1942.  Page 2 of 2.

Bob Itanaga to Fred Hirasuna, Undated

Letter describing the Loyalty Questionnaire.  Page 1 of 2.

Letter describing the Loyalty Questionnaire.  Page 2 of 2.

Ernest Takahashi to Fred Hirasuna, June 2, 1942

Letter describing conditions at the Tanforan Assembly Center.  Page 1 of 2.

Letter describing conditions at the Tanforan Assembly Center.  Page 2 of 2.

George Kubo to Fred Hirasuna, November 15, 1942

Letter describing conditions in Poston Relocation Center.  Page 1 of 3.

Letter describing conditions in Poston Relocation Center.  Page 2 of 3.

Letter describing conditions in Poston Relocation Center.  Page 3 of 3.

California State Grange

Apology letter from California State Grange, dated March 25, 2014.

A Message to Our Neighbors and Friends on the Day of Evacuation

Cover of pamphlet.

Pages 1 and 2 of pamphlet.