Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942 - 1945
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Sub-Group — Document box 2
Scope and Contents note The Local History Collection focuses on the history of Orange County California and the cities within Orange County, Southern California and to a lesser extent California as a whole. All Time periods from 1776-2012 (to date) are covered. The collection includes 3860 cataloged books and pamphlets, correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts, maps, memoribilia. papers, periodicals, posters and photographs.
Scope and Contents The Elisha Palmer papers largely consists of legal documents (deeds, mortgages, a land patent signed by President Woodrow Wilson, lease agreements and tax records), correspondence (oil and land related). It also contains a great deal of his records regarding his citrus crops going back to the mid-1920s (harvest receipts and growers association bulletins), his oil interests maps and revenues from his property dating back to the late teens), and a few notable advertising pamphlets and blurbs...
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,...