Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Three drafts of a typewritten and unpublished diary. One manuscript includes handwritten corrections, and another has these corrections incorporated in the text. The item describes the daily life of the internees at the Minidoka relocation camp including various incidents involving both the staff and prisoners. The diary was kept from 25 Sept. 1942 to 9 Feb. 1946.
Collection contains a booklet called Loyal, No Matter What: Jim and Kimiko Yagi Tazoi. The booklet describes Jim's experiences serving as a Japanese American in Europe during WWII and Kimiko's experiences in a Japanese internment camp in Arizona. Dated 2006.
Contains oral history interviews conducted by Marilyn Curtis White with former residents of Keetley, Utah. Formats include written interview transcriptions, indexes, and agreements. Materials are dated 1988.
Includes research materials on Keetley, Utah, collected by Marilyn Curtis White. Contains academic theses, letters, clippings, maps, and articles, many of which are photocopies. Includes research materials on Fred Wada, the leader of the Keetley camp, and Keetley pioneer George A. Fisher. Materials are dated 1890 to 1990.