Description of the digitized materials was repurposed from the finding aid for the collection of material about Japanese American Incarceration. For more information about interventions made during the processing of the collection, please see the Processing Information note in the collection’s finding aid.
Report covers employment statistics within incarceration camps, leave regulations, college student forced removal, and general aspects of life in incarceration camps, such as education, mess operations, religious activities, and the fears and anxieties of incarcerees.
Report covers general aspects of life in incarceration camps, including mess hall operations, recreation, and education. Also details Senate Sub-committee investigation, Spanish Consular visit, isolation procedures, and segregation procedures for pro-Japanese and pro-American incarcerees.
Report on the justification for incarceration of Japanese and Japanese Americans, including a history of Japanese travels to North America beginning 1610, and general descriptions of Japanese and Japanese American populations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, and Seattle. Gift of Bradford Smith.
Report discussed resettlement procedures, housing problems, incarceree attitudes, the children's village at Manzanar, and labor attitudes of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) and the American Federation of Labor (AFL). Details the West Coast opposition toward Japanese American resettlement, including boycotts, terrorist incidents, and legal issues regarding ownership of property.
Special publication of Reports Division, Central Utah Relocation Project (Topaz), compiled by camp incarcerees. Consists of short stories, essays, and a biographical sketch of Mine Okubo. Includes artwork by Mine Okubo.