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Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942 - 1945

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Baker, Lillian, 1976 - 1990

 Sub-Group — Document box 2
Identifier: 2-3
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.

Elisha Palmer papers (Collection)

 Collection
Identifier: SC-2016-07
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...

Japanese American Internment in California (Collection)

 Collection
Identifier: LH-29-7-1
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,...