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Scope and Contents The Archives of the Holocaust was established in August 1972 by the Department of Religious Studies. The collection includes materials and research related to Dr. Morton C. Fierman's course titled "The Holocaust: the ordeal of European Jewry during the Second World War as reflected in art, music, drama, fiction, poetry, historical, psychological, and religious writing", developed in February 1972. The collection includes articles, audio recordings of Dr. Fierman's lectures,...
Overview The materials were largely collected and donated by Georgia Day Robertson, vice-principal of a high school in the Poston Relocation Center. Additions to the collection were made by Miss Seiko Ishida, a school teacher while interned at Manzanar Relocation Center. Betty Mitson aranged the collection as a result of her association with the CSUF Center for Oral and Public History. Special features include "Harvest of Hate" by Georgia Day Robertson, several research studies by Betty Mitson,...
Scope and Contents note The Wars memorabilia Collection focuses on United States wars from The American Revolution through World War II. The collection includes WWII "propaganda" 16 mm newsreels films for selling U.S. War Bonds; 15 WWII Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings; Don C. Eckels' World War I memoribilia pertaining to American Expeditionary Forces servicemen in France from 1918-1919; Durkee/Blackdon family letters covering military and personal family matters from 1771-1802 and 1862-1893 which were donated by...