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Series I. Poston [series]:
 
National administration [subseries]:
  1  
Meeting on the background of the Japanese, evacuee poems, WRA background reports.
  1  
Office of Indian Affairs and WRA relations and administration- discussion, speech by Indian Affairs commissioner, letters about personnel.
  1  
WRA Information Digests Jan 2, 1943-Oct. 15, 1943
  1  
WRA general policies including personnel, administration, memos, speeches, Japanese customs, background.
  1  
WRA general policies including camp gov't., regulations, reports, administrators, reports on registration.
  1  
WRA quarterly reports- March-June 1942, July-Sept. 1942 , WRA Relocation Program report in Japanese.
  1  
WRA Leighton-Myer correspondence and reports on issue of stepped-up resettlement program.
  1  
WRA administrative instructions May 30-Aug. 12, 1942 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Aug. 17-25, 1942
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Sept. 1-30, 1942 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Oct. 1-29, 1942 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Nov. 3-Dec. 26, 1942 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Jan. 1-29, 1943 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Feb. 1943 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions March 1943 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions April 1943 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructions May 1943 .
  1  
WRA administrative instructiuons June-July 1943
  1  
WRA administrative instructions Aug.-Oct. 1943 .
  1  
WRA Daily Press Reviews from San Francisco Regional Office, Sept. 2-Dec. 11, 1942 .
  1  
WRA Weekly Press Review Jan. 18-Apr. 28, 1943 .
  1  
WRA Weekly Press Review May 5-Sept. 29, 1943 .
  1  
WRA Weekly Press Review Jan. 12-Mar. 29, 1944
  1  
WRA Weekly Press Review Apr. 5-June 21, 1944 .
  1  
WRA Weekly Press Review June 28-Sept. 6, 1944
  1  
WRA Community Analysis Section Project Analyses Series #1-14, Feb. 1943-March 1944
  1  
WRA Community Analysis Section Project Analyses Series #16-24, April 1944-Feb.1946 .
  1  
WRA Community Analysis Section Reports Feb. 1943-Nov. 1945
  1  
WRA Community Analysis Section Reports Feb.-June 1946
  1  
Community Analysis Section
  1  
Community Analysis Section Notes Jan. 15, 1944-Apr. 16, 1945
  1  
Community Analysis Section, Letters, Apr. 19, 1943-Nov. 3, 1944 , and Administrative Instructions
  1  
Community Analysis Section
 
Bureau of Sociological Research [subseries]:
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR, contracts (charter from Dept. of Interior to Leighton), for Research Bureau.
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR budgets ( 1943 )
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR library material- correspondence with libraries for reference material, overdue notices, etc.
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR personnel bi-monthly repts.
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR personnel and applications
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR purchase requests.
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR purchase requests continued.
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR Leighton travel vouchers ( 1943-44 ) and travel tickets (envelope).
  2  
Administrative Records of BSR receipts for Government Quarters and meals.
  2  
Administrative records of BSR miscellaneous letters and notes.
  2  
History of Poston I ( May-Dec. 1942 ), 2 drafts and comments of "We came to the beginning of the Year."
  2  
Staff meetings and cross reference topics- Aug. 1942 , preliminary meeting
  2  
Staff meeting- Sept. 1942 - topics include: Food, housing, cultural background, policy
  2  
Staff meeting- Oct. 1942 - topics include: Political situation in Poston II, agriculture, report to Anthro. Society, Overall program
  2  
Staff meeting- Nov. 1942 - topics include: Methodology, cliques and class, chronology of meetings and field techniques.
  2  
Staff meeting- Dec. 1942 - topics include: review of events, food, Poston strike, book review.
  2  
Staff Meeting- Jan. 1943 - topics include: co-op movement in Poston, review, analysis of questionnaire of evacuees about outide conditions, Chippewa Indians, Buddhism, Jerome relocation center.
  2  
Staff Meeting- Feb. 1943 - topics include: public opinion, Methodology, Buddhist assoc., Influences of other relocation centers on Poston, work projects.
  2  
Staff Meeting-- Feb. 1943 - topics include: Housing, food, misc., health, history of Poston, co-ops and community industry, outgroup relations, self-government in Poston.
  2  
Staff Meeting- Feb. 1943 - Topics include: Pre-school and school system, administration and staff meetings, plans for filing system, personality studies.
  2  
Staff Meeting- March 1943 - topics include: History of Poston, misc., Camp III report, books.
  2  
Staff Meeting- April 1943 - topics include: Administrative misc., NORC, Minidoka and Poston strike, census and statistics, PORC, International history day.
  2  
Staff Meeting- May 1943 - topics include: business, Planning an administration with resident participation, Misc., national history, education, history, Jap-Am in U.S.
  2  
Staff Meeting- June 1943 - topics include: Minidoka, elections, misc. weekly events, survey on methodology, camp history.
  2  
Staff Meeting- July, Aug. 1943 - topics include: local history, research, profile of block 26, book outline, general business.
  2  
Staff Meeting- Sept., Oct. 1943 - in Chicago- topics include: general business, sentiments.
  2  
Staffs and policies- contain personality studies, drafts, flowcharts, misc. speeches, requests.
  2  
AHL monthly reports on Poston to Admiral McIntire (US Navy), correspondence Nov. 1942-May 1943
  2  
Articles by Bureau of Sociological Research, correspondence
  2  
Weekly summaries of community events Oct. 1942-Aug. 1943 .
  2  
Weekly summaries of departmental events.
  2  
Weekly summaries, original drafts
  2  
Weekly summaries of weekly events by A.H. Leehs
  2  
NORC correspondence, surveys, results
  2  
NORC confidential reports anc charts
  2  
NORC publications
  3  
NORC press releases Dec. 6, 1942-April 1944
  3  
NORC drafts of articles on "resettlement" for Public Opinion Quarterly.
  3  
PORC research and documentation, notes on other sources, notes on questionnaires, notes on interview experiences, weekly news summaries, community meetings, notes and personal journals
  3  
PORC specifications, instructions, interviewers meetings, misc.
  3  
PORC Denver notes and correspondence for J-1 survey, personal journals, interview experiences, correspondence with Flo.
  3  
PORC notes taken by Vatsushiro and Ishiro during J-1, list of people interviewed, report of J-1.
  3  
PORC survey J-1 (Denver: Jap-American attitudes), report, commentary and tally sheets, final report.
  3  
PORC J-1 completed interviews.
  3  
PORC survey J-2 (resettlement of Nisei at Poston) tabulated results of survey, breakdown of statistics, statistical analysis and question analysis, stability charts, misc. notes and statistics, final report.
  3  
PORC J-2 completed interviews (No to quest. #1)
  3  
PORC J-2 completed interviews (Yes to quest. #1))
  3  
PORC survey J-3, (resettlement of Issei at Poston) final report, list of interviewers, block managers list, synopsis of interviews, letters, specifications, statistics, guidelines, worship opinion survey agenda, minutes of meetings.
  3  
PORC J-3 statistics, block quota sheets, Poston census information (Population info.), stability charts and statistics, question analysis.
  3  
PORC J-3 completed interviews (Yes and o.k. to quest. #1)
  3  
PORC J-3 completed interviews (No to quest. #1)
  3  
PORC J-4, J-5 (Ag. Survey) includes letters, minutes of block managers meetings, minutes of Ag. Meetings, question for J-4, Final reports and notes.
  3  
PORC J-4, J-5 statistics (tabulated results), question analysis and comments.
  3  
PORC J-4 completed interviews (1-150)
  3  
PORC J-4 completed interviews (151-230)
  3  
PORC J-5 completed interviews (1-100)
  3  
PORC J-5 completed interviews (101-218)
  3  
PORC J-5 untranslated completed interviews
  3  
PORC age survey and other vital statistics about Poston.
  3  
PORC public relations (reports of PORC work)
  3  
PORC rumors about camp life, other events gathered in the community Sept. 1942, Mar.-June 1943
  3  
PORC sentiments- definition, camp events, daily life, charts.
  3  
PORC weekly evaluation and charts ( April - August ), explanation of chronology graphs, satisfaction ratings.
  4  
PORC weekly sentiment analysis, sentiment charts, community sentiment, cross references with other series: Religion, recreation, health, shelter, subsistence, social relations, statistical analysis. Covers period from July 5-Oct. 17, 1942
  4  
PORC weekly sentiment analysis covers weeks from Nov. 8-Dec. 12, 1942 .
  4  
PORC weekly sentiment analysis covers weeks from Jan. 3, 1942-June 12, 1943 , misc. notes on sentiment, outline for sentiment study.
  4  
Chicago courses, includes correspondence with University of Chicago July 1942-June 1943 , course description, reports to registrar, transcripts of research workers and psychobio exams (mid term and finals).
 
City management [subseries]:
  4  
City Management- topics include: general information, organization, departments, interviews concerning various functions of city management, 1943 .
  4  
Block Manager System- policies, instructions, organization, requests, memos
  4  
Block Manager System- personnel appointments and resignations
  4  
Block Manager System- merit rating board, study of Block Manager system staff and conclusions.
  4  
Block Manager Systen- Executive committee meetings, minutes Sept. 7, 1942-July 22, 1943 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meetings for Poston I, May 20-July 31, 1942 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meeting minutes Poston I, Aug. 3-Oct. 30, 1942 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meeting minutes Poston I, Nov. 3, 1942-Mar. 16, 1943 and July 27, 1943 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meeting minutes Poston II, July 9-Aug. 25, 1942 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meeting minutes Poston III, Aug. 11-Sept. 22, 1942 .
  4  
Block Manager System- Meeting minutes Poston III, Sept. 22-Dec. 15, 1942 .
  4  
Block Manager's Meeting minutes Poston III, Dec. 18, 1942-Aug. 20 1943 .
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #2
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #3
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #4
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #5 Sept. 1-Oct. 30 1942
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #6 Sept. 1, 1942
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #11 Sept. 1, 1943, July 3-17, 1943 .
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #12
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block # 13
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #14
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #15
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #16
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #17
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #18
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #19, Sept. 1, 1942-Jan. 6, 1943
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #19 (continued) Jan. 7-May 31, 1943
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #21
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block # 22
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #26
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #27, Sept. 1-Oct. 20, 1942
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block # 28, Sept. 1, 1942-May 1, 1943
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block # 30, Sept. 12, 1942-Jan. 23, 1943
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #31
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #32
  4  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #35, Aug. 28, 1942-Dec. 31, 1942
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #35 (continued) Jan. 1-Apr. 15, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #35 (continued) Apr. 16-July 23, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #36
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #37
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #38
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #39, Sept. 1, 1942-Jan. 6, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #42
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #43
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #44
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #45, Aug. 18, 1942-Apr. 19, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #46, Aug. 27, 1942-May 5, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #53 Sept.-Nov. 1942
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #53 (continued) Dec. 1942-May 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #54
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #59
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #60 May 14, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #306 Sept. 28, 1942-June 26, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #307 Sept. 28, 1942-July 3, 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #308 Sept. 28, 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #309 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #310 Sept. 15, 1942
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #316 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #317 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #318 Sept. 1942-June 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #322 Sept. 1942-May 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #323 Oct. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #325 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #326 Sept. 1942-June 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #327 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #328 Sept. 1942-June 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #329 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Block Manager's Logs- Block #330 Sept. 1942-July 1943
  5  
Local Administration- general organization information, charts, notes and interviews about administrative organization.
  5  
Administrative Orders #1-26, May 19, 1942-July 26, 1943
  5  
Administrative Circulars #2-18, May 17, 1942-July 12, 1943
  5  
Administrative Momorandums (to staff) June 6, 1942-Oct. 25, 1943
  5  
Administrative memorandums to all camp employees, May 28, 1942-Aug. 25, 1943 .
  5  
Administrative policies Dec. 28, 1942-Feb. 6, 1943
  5  
Administrative policies (continued) Feb. 9, 1943-Mar. 19, 1943
  5  
Administrative policies (continued) Mar. 19-June 30, 1943
  5  
Administrative Fiscal problems-- pay scale, notes
  5  
Staff Forum Meetings- minutes Dec. 3, 1942-Jan. 20, 1943
  5  
Analyses of Staff meetings, notes and report
  5  
Staff meeting minutes July 21-Oct. 28, 1942
  5  
Staff meeting minutes Nov. 2-11, 1942
  5  
Block meeting lists
  6  
Staff meeting minutes and analyses, memos, notes Nov. 16-Dec. 1, 1942
  6  
Staff meeting minutes Dec. 2-17, 1942
  6  
Staff meeting minutes Dec. 21-31, 1942
  6  
Staff meeting minutes Jan. 4-Feb. 2, 1943
  6  
Staff meeting minutes Mar. 6-June 29, 1943
  6  
Judicial Commission- code of offenses, cases, ordinances, court dockets, Mar. 5, 1943
  6  
Legal Division- Law and Order, weekly reports from project attorney to WRA and regional attorney June 1942-Aug. 14, 1943
  6  
Legal Division- general information, interviews, logs, personnel, news July 1942-Aug. 1943
  6  
Fire Department- organization, reports, problems, history Aug. 1942-June 1943
  6  
Police Department- organization, history, notes, reports, cases, court dockets.
  6  
Post Office- organization, problems
  6  
Transportation- 1943 report
  6  
Trust Fund
  6  
Land planning Board- minutes of meetings Dec. 1942-June 1943
 
Community government [subseries]:
  6  
Administrative reports, report on history of self-government in Poston, report on a developing community, consultant report after one month.
  6  
Notes on community government.
  6  
Drafts of reports
  6  
Post-strike political structure, chronology and politics Observations on council's main concerns, charts of TCC and IAB, flow charts of relationships between councils, "clique" charts, Poston Anthology (poetry)
  6  
Central Executive Board- reports on history resignations
  6  
Issei Advisory Board- mass resignation incident, meetings Nov. 6, 1942-May 29, 1943 , regulations, member lists, proposed constitutions and amendments, Issei informal Rep. Council meeting, minutes Aug. 1942 .
  6  
Labor relations board- minutes of labor committee meting
  6  
Merit rating board- attitudes and opinions of members on their work, description of political structure, report from committee and suggestions, member lists.
  6  
City Planning Board- meeting minutes June-Nov. 1942 , draft of constitution.
  6  
Pre-temporary Council II- meeting minutes July-Aug. 1942
  6  
Temporary Community Council I- minutes and meetings May-Sept. 1942 .
  6  
Temporary Community Council I- minutes and meetings Oct. 1942-Jan. 1943
  6  
Temporary Community Council I- minutes and meetings Feb.-May 1943
  6  
Temporary Community Council I- data other than meeting minutes (election info., WRA manuals, memos, administrative memos, notices and instructions)
  6  
Temporary Community Council II- meeting minutes Aug.-Nov. 1942
  6  
Trmporary Community Council III- meeting minutes Sept.-Nov. 1942 .
  6  
Temporary Community Council III- minutes- Dec. 1942-Jan. 1943
  6  
Temporary Community Council III-minutes Feb.-Mar. 1943 , letter to FDR, letter and interview with Myers.
  6  
Temporary Community Council III-minutes Apr.-June 1943
  6  
Local Council I and II- meeting minutes May-July 1943
  6  
Council Unit I- notes, letters, memos, interview, meetings, press bulletins pertaining to eventual self-gov't.
  7  
Permanent Self-government: overall council-meeting of organizing committee for self-gov't., constituency convention, excerpts from assorted conventions, meeting minutes June 1943 .
  7  
Poston Community Council: Temporary Community Council resumes preliminary reports with developing community gov't., Charter of Poston, Penal code, traffic regulations.
  7  
Poston Community Council: meeting minutes June-Sept., 1943 .
  7  
Poston Community Council III- meeting minutes, interviews, observations, May 1943-June 1943
  7  
Poston Unit administration by evacuees: evacuee interviews, opinions.
 
Block studies [subseries]:
  7  
Block #2- statistics, council notes, meeting minutes, study, summary
  7  
Block #3- statistics, personality profile, block council
  7  
Block #4, statistics, study
  7  
Block studies- Block #5 Oct. 1942-Jan. 1943 , statistics, surveys, notes on events, problems, activities, personality profile, summary
  7  
Block #5 Mar.-Aug. 1943
  7  
Block #6
  7  
Block #11-statistics, sentiment, studies, Jan.-Oct. 1943
  7  
Block #12-statistics/general summary, sentiment studies, interviews, notes on incidents, activities 1942 .
  7  
Block #13-statistics, interviews, summary
  7  
Block #14- statistics and charts, interpretation, notes on problems, profile, interview May 31, 1943
  7  
Block #15- statistics, profile, summary
  7  
Block #16- statistics, block profile, interview, summary
  7  
Block #17- statistics, block study, diary, summary
  7  
Block #18- statistics, interview, block profile, family studies, summary
  7  
Block #19- Statistics, block profile summary, block log, July-Aug.
  7  
Block #21- statistics, general summary, block study, diary
  7  
Block #22- statistics, study, summary, notes
  7  
Block #26- statistics, study, summary, interviews, notes
  7  
Block #27- statistics, interviews, notes, diaries, block study, summary
  7  
Block #28- few statistics, study, notes, summary
  7  
Block # 30-statistics and charts, interviews, notes family study, notes from block meeting, diaries, notes on activities, summary
  7  
Block #31- charts, activities notes, interview and study, summary
  7  
Block #32- charts and statistics, block profile study, notes, interview, summary
  7  
Block #35- statistics, Block study, notes and log, block meetings notes, personality block study (with charts, interviews, impressions and notes), "Block study method and techniques and outline."
  7  
Block #35 (continued) personal journal and observations Jan. 4-June 24, 1943
  7  
Block #36- notes, statistics, personality study, summary
  7  
Block #37- statistics, summary, personality study, summary
  7  
Block #38- summary report, statistics, personality profile.
  7  
Block #39- interviews, statistics, summary
  7  
Block #42- statistics and notes, personality profile, summary
  7  
Block #43- statistics, interviews, summary report
  7  
Block #44- statistics, interview, summary
  7  
Block #45- notes, statistics, journal, "Girls" study, summary
  7  
Block #46- statistics, summary, interviews
  7  
Block #53- statistics, personality profile, notes on: background, religion, block managers, history, dining/kitchen, block meetings, strike, evangelistic activities, Christmas, sports, New Years, impressions of events Dec. 1, 1942-Jan. 26, 1943 , summary.
  7  
Block #53-(continued) family studies, clique studies, personality studies.
  7  
Block #54- statistics, personality profile, summary
  7  
Block # 59- statistics, personality profile
  7  
Block #60- statistics, interview, personality profile, summary
  7  
Block #209- statistics and block meeting notes.
  7  
Block #213- notes, Blocks #'ed 214, 215, 216, 219, 220, 221, 222, 227- charts
  7  
Block #304- statistics, notes, manpower.
  7  
Block #305- statistics, notes on manpower, history and census, block profile
  7  
Block #307- notes on manpower, block profile
  7  
Block # 308-notes
  7  
Block #309- charts, statistics, interviews
  7  
Block #310, #316- interview, charts
  7  
Block #317- statistics, interview
  7  
Block #318- interview, statistics, notes (manpower and housing survey), block study interview
  7  
Block #322- statistics, block profile, interview, notes (manpower), block journal Oct. 14, 1942-Jan. 31, 1943
  7  
Block #323- statistics, manpower study notes, interviews, summary (block profile), #342 chart
  7  
Block #325- block profile (summary), statistics, interview, meeting minutes (family heads) Oct.-Dec. 1942 , manpower study notes.
  7  
Block #326- notes (housing and manpower), block summary, interview, notes
  7  
Block #327- statistics, manpower notes
  7  
Block #328- log, #329 charts, study, manpower notes, journal, interview, block profile, summary
  7  
Block #330- manpower notes, study
 
Statistics [subseries]:
  7  
Statistical summaries of Blocks #19, 30, 35, 46
  7  
Unit I blocks statistical survey
  7  
Unit III blocks statistical charts, graphs
  7  
"The Block as a social institution" study
  7  
"Block Leadership Breakdown" study notes
  7  
Statistics not used in Block Study write-ups Unit I, II and III and grand total.
  7  
General reports, forms, population lists, general charts-- birth and death notes, male/female distribution, age grouping
 
Census reports [subseries]:
  7  
Census Reports- Unit I (figures) census in age classification Dec. 1942-Nov. 1943 , children's report Sept. 1942-Oct. 1943
  7  
Census Reports- Unit II, census in age classification Nov. 1942-Oct. 1943 , children's report Sept. 1942-Oct. 1943
  7  
Census Reports- Unit III census in age classification Feb. 1943-Oct. 1943 , children's report Sept. 1, 1942-Oct. 1943
  8  
Completed Block Census Report Forms, Blocks #3,4,19, 39, 42, 45, 46, 53, 54, 59, 60
  8  
Census Intakes, registration, arrival, reports, #'s, lists Aug. 1942-July 1943
  8  
Census Studies (figures and charts, notes for charts), temperature
  8  
Census studies- religion
 
Community enterprises [subseries]:
  8  
Establishment: events, conference minutes, history, appointment of trustees, board of trustees meetings Jan. 1943 , disclosure of accounts
  8  
Establishment: administration, WRA policy, letters, conversations
  8  
Establishment: summary analysis, report on community enterprises and industry
  8  
Cooperatives: reports on cooperative community enterprises and industry
  8  
Cooperatives: administrative charts, information, petitions, memos, notices, press releases
  8  
Cooperatives: meetings minutes and reports of cooperative education June-Aug. 1942 , notes on 4-7 cooperative lectures, cooperative congress meetings
  8  
Cooperatives: observational notes by BSR, chronological order of events (re. Coops) June 1942 , remarks, opinions
  8  
Cooperative congress: organization, report of cooperative includes: history, personnel, organizational chart, dominant sentiments (internal), sentiments of community, summary (role of COOP in Poston)
  8  
Community Service Bureau- Block management proposed outline plan of the Community Service Bureau, consumers service bureau Mar. 8, 1943, Lapidary Bureau, Minerals Bureau May 16, 1943
  8  
Official daily press bulletins, 1942 - Cooperative Congress Series #7: Associations
 
Associations [subseries]:
  8  
Community activities: asministration-departmental circulars, charts, history of associations, analysis, programs
  8  
Recreation: administration- general history, list of supervisors, reports
  8  
Recreation meetings about sports
  8  
Recreation meetings about Misc. and profiles of Golden Bears
  8  
Recreation meetings about woman's organizations
  8  
Recreation meetings about woman's organizations
  8  
Recreation meetings about fujin kai
  8  
Recreation meetings about girls activities
  8  
Recreation meetings about girls activities
  8  
Recreation meetings about YWCA
  8  
Recreation meetings about Red Cross
  8  
Recreation meetings about Junior Red Cross
  8  
Recreation meetings about miscellaneous activities and also includes a report on adult education
  8  
Entertainment reports, observations, minutes
 
Health [subseries]:
  8  
General information including: notes about Dr. Pressman, organization chart, memos Sept. 18-Dec. 30, 1942 , minutes of doctors' staff meetings May-Sept. 1942 , observations and notes, lecture.
  8  
Health statistics: births and deaths Aug. 1942-May 1943 , summary of communicable and infectious diseases Agu. 1942-May 1943
  8  
Hospital notes, orders, administration, cases, pharmacy notes, clinic notes
  8  
Health cases, notes, mental patients, case notes
  8  
Hospital personnel notes, general correspondence about health, minutes and notes from meetings
  8  
Public Health notes, observations, examinations, facilities, sanitation department notes, staff meeting minutes, infant care (by block)
  8  
Schools and Health memos
  8  
Health/dust storm- study on actions, reactions to storm, observations, notes, damage survey
 
Education [subseries]:
  8  
Schools- general information including: attitude study of Poston school kids, notes on Dr. Miles Cory (educational coordinator) principal's meeting notes
  8  
Schools- statistics, schedules
  8  
Schools- Program notes, notes on problems with the system, general notes
  8  
Schools- construction (school building project), physical school environment
  8  
Teachers- biographies and background information
  8  
Teachers- administrative circulars Nov. 1942-June 1943
  8  
Teachers- staff meeting minutes Sept. 14-Oct. 3, 1942
  8  
Schools- proposed curriculum proceedings for Japanese Relocation Centers, 1942
  8  
Schools- elementary- organization, objectives and progress reports, charts, program-course notes, goals, procedures
  8  
Schools- High School- statistics, charts, notes (policies, organization, activities), elections, prom, curriculum bulletin, graduation plans and notes, "Mojave Memo" 1943 literary magazine, Poston slang report
  8  
Schools- Senior class organization notes, notes, constitution
  8  
Schools- teachers' progress reports grades 1-8, course evaluations 1942-1943
  8  
Schools- Student Evaluation of Core 5-6
  8  
Schools- Teachers' Progress (summary) reports 1942-1943 , for high school courses
  9  
Schools- High School Core Classes, teachers' progress (summary) reports 1942-1943
  9  
Schools- High School Core Courses- student work
  9  
Schools- Course outlines, Unit I, Jr. and Sr. High classes
  9  
Schools- Course/Program outlines, Unit II
  9  
Schools- Course/Program outlines, Unit III, meeting on policies
  9  
Report- "Guidance and Evaluation in the Poston Schools" 1942-1943 , by Frances Cushman, director of guidance
  9  
Report- "Education Report" by Robert Saki
  9  
Report- "Invitation is Freedom" Sept. 1942 - a proposal for a program of liberal adult education by Raymond Wilson
  9  
Student Body Council- constitution, meeting minutes, election notes, assembly notes
  9  
National Student Relocation Council- correspondence, Poston Unit meeting notes, notes on program
  9  
PTA- meeting minutes, notes
  9  
Library- report, history, observations, Poston Library News Mar. - June 1943
 
Subsistence [subseries]:
  9  
Food- Reports: survey report July 20-Aug. 18, 1942 , report on food Feb. 11, 1943 , minutes of meeting Aug. 18, 1942
  9  
Food- Block Survey on Food: #1-field notes blocks #2-28
  9  
Food- Block Survey on Food: #1-field notes blocks #30-60
  9  
Food- Food Survey #2- Oct.1942 , reports, charts, memos
  9  
Food- Food Survey #2- interviews, observations
  9  
Miscellaneous field notes
  9  
Food- administrative information-reports, meetings, memo
  9  
Food-steward files, supply records, distributions
  9  
Food- observations, interviews
  9  
Housing-reports: on housing problem
  9  
Housing- administration, information-memos, meetings, observations
  9  
Housing- surveys on physical alteration of blocks, exterior improvements, charts
  9  
Housing-surveys tally sheets
  9  
Housing-applications for housing changes, Poston I, II, III Aug.- Sept.
  9  
Housing-Block meeting Housing surveys Oct.-Feb.
  9  
Housing- meetings and summary
  9  
Transportation and supply- observations and sentiments
  9  
Clothing- observations and sentiments on clothing allowance
  9  
Maintenance- observations
 
Work projects [subseries]:
  9  
General work projects- notes, interviews, reports
  9  
Adobe- reports and observations
  9  
Agriculture- report on fire break gang (diary of a work-crew)
  9  
Agriculture- general administration- memos, letters, guayole project
  9  
Agriculture- interviews, and observations of farmers
  9  
Agriculture- administrative reports, meetings
  9  
Agriculture- weekly reports Unit III Nov. 9, 1942-May 1, 1943
  9  
Agriculture- division reports Unit II memos and daily diaries, June 1942-May 1943 truck crops
  9  
Agriculture- division reports transports, equipment and maintenance
  9  
Agriculture- division reports poultry
  9  
Agriculture- division reports apiary
  9  
Agriculture- division reports irrigation and soil survey
  9  
Agriculture- division reports landscaping and nursery
  9  
Agriculture- division reports hogs and swine
  9  
Agriculture- division reports fish culture
  9  
Agriculture- division reports entomology
  9  
Agriculture- division reports labor
  9  
Agriculture- division reports seed
  9  
Agriculture- division reports marketing planners
  9  
Camouflage- general administration memos and contracts
  9  
Camouflage- general administration memos and contracts
  9  
Camouflage- minutes of meetings and reports (chronology of project)
  9  
Camouflage- interviews and observations
  9  
Cotton picking- report
  9  
Industries- minutes
  9  
Industries- observations
  9  
Public Works- observations and records
 
Employment [subseries]:
  10  
Employment- general forms, statistics, notes on laws and organization
  10  
Employment- general notes
  10  
Strike- chronologies of events, WRA reports on the "Poston Incident", 2 general reports on strike
  10  
Strike- general reports on causes, notes on reactions, and actions taken after the incident
  10  
Strike- AHL's notes and observations and interviews Nov. 1942-Feb. 1943
  10  
Strike- per fujii and Uchida- petitions, correspondence, interviews
  10  
Strike- AHL's Sociological Journal- notes on strike, Nov. 12-Dec. 21, 1942
  10  
Strike- E.H. Spicer's "Running Account of General Strike"
  10  
Strike- Emergency Committee meetings- minutes Nov. 21-24, 1942
  10  
Strike- meetings about the Strike- temporary community council, committee of 72, staff meetings, teacher's meetings
  10  
Strike- Central executive (and city planning board)- meetings minutes (formed after and as a result of strike)
  10  
Strike- newspaper clippings
  10  
Manpower- statistics, statistics from unemployment study, Merit rating board (notes)
  10  
Manpower- Manpower Commission Meeting minutes Mar.-May 1943
  10  
Manpower- Manpower Conference Mar. 12-13, 1943
  10  
Leave- sentiments, notes, applications, memos
 
Social welfare [subseries]:
  10  
Social Welfare Department- organization, outline, reports, notes on program
  10  
Social Welfare Department- meetings- community services division, social welfare office
  10  
Social Welfare Department- general cases, notes, misc. correspondence with the Welfare Office
  10  
Juvenile Delinquency- notes
  10  
Unmarried mothers- notes
  10  
Moral problems- (prostitution, gambling, theft, zootsuiters)- notes and letters
  10  
Mixed Marriages- survey forms of cases in Poston
  10  
Mixed Marriages- release requests under mixed marriage policy
  10  
Transfers- correspondence, requests for indefinite leave- Oct. 1942-Feb. 1943
  10  
Internment- cases, statistics, notes from Internment Camps
  10  
Repatriation- lists of people requesting repatriation
  10  
Family- outline for report, meetings on family, family studies
  10  
Family- charts and graphs for studies on: "Family and community Effort" "Family groupings" "Residence and Employment"
  10  
Family- notes for studies and surveys, outlines for studies, general notes on families and block life
 
Religion [subseries]:
  10  
Buddhists- sermons and tractates
  10  
Buddhism- interviews and observations
  10  
Buddhism- reports and minutes
  10  
Buddhism- reports and minutes
  10  
Buddhism- reports and minutes
  10  
Buddhism- literature, service programs and assorted items
  10  
Buddhism- literature, service programs and assorted items (in envelope)
  10  
Buddhism- literature, service programs and assorted items (in envelope)
  10  
Catholics- meetings and reports
  10  
Protestants- reports on organization, charts, general overview June-Dec. 1942
  10  
Protestants- reports on organization, charts, general overview June-Dec. 1942
  10  
Protestants- sentiments and interviews
  10  
Protestants- church service programs
  10  
Protestants- church service programs (in envelope)
  10  
Protestants- church literature and booklets
  10  
Protestants- church literature and booklets
  10  
Protestants- church literature and booklets
  10  
Protestants- church literature and booklets
  10  
Protestants- listing of religious newspapers
  10  
Seventh Day Adventists- meetings and reports
 
Evacuation, evacuee property [subseries]:
  10  
Evacuation- miscellaneous reports: attitudes toward Japanese and evacuation, WRA "Relocation Communities for Wartime Evacuees"' cause of Evacuation, causes of unrest at relocation camps, Japanese-Canadian Labor Camps
  10  
Evacuation- miscellaneous notes, interviews, newsclippings, notes on Orange County, California, Bibliography of Japanese in California
  10  
Evacuation- personal accounts
  10  
Evacuation- report- The Japanese-American Youth in San Francisco 1941
  10  
Evacuation- report- As They Await Evacuation- 1942
  10  
Evacuation- CTS's summary and analyses, notes on every aspect of evacuation, adjustment to camp life, events in camp
  10  
Orientation- WRA reports on Japanese culture/people, speeches on camp policies, departments, administrative orientation meetings
  10  
Resettlement- statistics (#'s released/on leave), notes, meetings and speeches on policies, interviews
  10  
Evacuee Property- note, correspondence about recovery, maintenance and disposition
 
Segregation (to Tule Lake, California) [subseries]:
  11  
WRA report on "The Segregation Program" Notes from WRA Segregation Conference July 1943 , BSR report
  11  
Releases on segregation Aug. 10-Sept. 30, 1943
 
Selective Service [subseries]:
  11  
Selective Service- general information, statistics, information about meetings, charts
  11  
Selective Service- reaction to registration- interviews, sentiments, news clippings
 
Outgroup relations [subseries]:
  11  
Outgroup- general notes, observations, conversations, newspaper circulation figures Mar.-June 1943
  11  
Outgroup- Government policies, camp laws (voting, Earl Warren letter, notary), Cooier Speech, notes about policies, petition for "American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born"
  11  
Outgroup- Race prejudice in Phoenix- notes, observations, talk by EHS
  11  
Outgroup Relations- reports/study outlines- "Influences of Other Relocation Centers and Assembly Centers" Feb. 10, 1943 , "No Man Argued into Slavery" Oct. 23, 1942 , "Outgroup Relation" Feb. 22, 1943 , "Immigrants and Citizens of Japanese Origin" Sept. 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- sentiments/attitudes of outside toward camp and evacuees, letters from evacuees outside, actions of evacuees on outside (notes)
  11  
Outgroup relations- article "The Japanese-American looks at Resettlement" notes and drafts 1944
  11  
Other Camps- Minidoka, Idaho- notes on activities, conversations, report on an unorganized relocation center Mar.-May 1943
  11  
Other Camps- Minidoka- reports Oct. 7, 1942-Mar. 16, 1943
  11  
Other Camps- Minidoka "Organizing a system of self-government", meetings (organization committee), lists of reps., charter
  11  
Other camps- Manzanar, California- WRA report and description, notes/excerpts from letters, WRA report on Manzanar disturbance.
  11  
Other Camps- Tule Lake- description, WRA report "Prevalent Fears in the Tule Lake Community"
  11  
Other Camps- Heart Mountain, Wyoming- post card, notes on an experiment in political representation by work groups at Heart Mt., excerpts from a letter, report "Colonists in Wyoming"
  11  
Other Camps- Topaz, Utah- excerpts from letters, observations, camp diagrams
  11  
Other Camps- Gila, Arizona- "A year at Gila" Anniversary booklet July 20, 1943 , excerpts from letters
  11  
Other Camps- Rohwer, Arkansas- excerpts from letters
  11  
Other Camps- Jerome, Arkansas- report "Problems of the Evacuees", camp diagrams, excerpts from letters, Jenson, Arkansas- Jenson High School Graduation program
  11  
Other Camps- Jerome, Arkansas- Community Analysis Section field reports May-Sept. 1943 topics include: Employment, education, human ecology, social relationships, repatriation, evacuee leaders, segregation, resettlement, comparison with Rohwer, administration, daily activities, co-op, effects of center life.
  11  
Other Camps- Jerome, Arkansas- other community analysis reports May-Oct. 1943 topics include: recommendations, the fence, religion, segregation reports July-Sept. 1943 , monthly reports
  11  
Other Camps- Assembly Centers (Santa Anita, Fresno) Santa Anita "Pacemaker", report on the riot at Santa Anita Sept. 3, 1942 , letter on Fresno
  11  
Congressional Relations- Dies Committee- hearings (notes), notes on reactions to committee and to hearings, methods used by committee, staff meeting on Dies- June 12, 1943 , Leighton's report on Dies to Collier, Spicer's observations of Dies.
  11  
Congressional Relations- Dies Committee- W.H. Townsend's testimony- Dec. 1, 1942 , reactions to inaccuracies in this testimony June 11-21, 1943 , correspondence from Townsend to Empie Jan.-May 1943
  11  
Congressional Relations- 3 Reports- "Supplementary Statement by Mr. D.S. Myer before the Sub-Committee of the Military Affairs Committee of the U.S. Senate" Jan. 20, 1943 , "Minority Report of the Honorable Herman P. Eberharter" Aug. 25, 1943 , "Record of the Hearing Held at Colorado River War Relocation Project by Senate Sub-Committee of Military Affairs" Mar. 7, 1943
  11  
Outside Employment- WRA project report on Evacuee labor and cotton crop in Parker, Arizona- Nov. 1, 1942 , Department of Ag. Report on "Farmer's attitudes toward use of Japanese Evacuees as Farm Labor" Jan. 30, 1943
  11  
Outside Employment- statistics on harvest workers, interviews and letters from evacuee workers Sept.-Oct. 1942, Mar.-Apr. 1943
  11  
Outside Employment- analysis of questionnaire replies of evacuee harvest workers, analysis of evacuee workers' letters
  11  
Outside Employment- evacuee harvest workers' answers to questionnaires Aug. 11, 1942
  11  
Outside Employment- evacuee harvest workers' answers to questionnaires Nov.-Dec. 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings from Los Angeles Times Feb. 1-26, 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings from Los Angeles Times Feb. 27-Mar. 24, 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings from Los Angeles Times Mar. 25-Spr. 16, 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings from Los Angeles Times Apr. 17-July 23, 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- news clippings from Los Angeles Times Aug. 1-Apr. 14, 1942
  11  
Outgroup Relations- newspaper clippings from Poston Press Bulletins about Outgroup relations Sept.-Oct. 1942
 
Personality Studies [subseries]:
  11  
Autobiography - student profiles
  11  
Autobiography - student profiles
  11  
Autobiography - student profiles
  11  
Autobiography - Nisei school teachers
  11  
Autobigraphy - Nisei school teachers
  11  
Autobigrpahy - Psycho-Biological Studies of Personalities - Dr. Leighton, Tom Sasaki
  11  
Autobiography - Autobiography of No. 99 Anonymous
  11  
Personality Studies - Yahiro
  11  
Medical [Restricted]
Yashida

  11  
Election - Yamoto
  11  
Administration - Wumion
  11  
Orientation Meeting - Beatty
  11  
Orientation Meeting - Best
  11  
Journal, Block Managers Meeting Minutes, Correspondence
  11  
Orientation Meeting
  11  
Interview - Crawford
  11  
Administration - Empie
  11  
Administration - Evans
  11  
Administration - Felsted
  11  
Administration - Finley
  11  
Administration - Gelvin
  11  
Administration - Haas
  12  
Personality Studies Staff- Head
Includes correspondence with John Embree, John Collier, and others

  12  
Personality Studies - Head (actual study)
  12  
Medical [Restricted]
Hege

  12  
Staff Meeting topic Press Bulletin
Hege

  12  
Personality Studies Staff - James
  12  
Block Managers Meeting -Personalities Studies - Jean
  12  
Administration - Kennedy
  12  
Administration - Personality Studies - Leighton
  12  
Orientation Meeting - Personality Studies - Mahn
  12  
Interview Staff - Mathiesen
  12  
Interview Staff - Miller
  12  
Interview Staff - Nelson
  12  
Interview Staff - Nosoff
  12  
Interview Staff, etc. - Powell
  12  
Minutes - Pressman
  12  
Minutes, newspaper - Snelson
  12  
Orientation Meeting - Schnur
  12  
Personnel Issues [Restricted (R5)]
Smith

  12  
Personel Issues [Restricted (R5)]
Townsend

  12  
Administration - Vickers
  12  
Personality Studies - miscellaneous front sheets, priority notes, unindexed bioraphy outline for Tuba City work
  12  
Personality Studies - TAT test notes, reponses (translations)
  12  
Personality Studies [Restricted (R5)]
Miaso Furuta - correspondence, autobiography, sentiments (notes)

  12  
Personality Studies [Restricted (R5)]
Katsumi Takemoto - interview, life story , notes

  12  
Personality Studies [Restricted (R5)]
Dave Arata (study by I. Ishino)

  12  
Army Air Corps Application - George T. Aihara
  12  
Request for assistance - Tsutaye Akamatsu
  12  
Administration - Moto Asakawa
  12  
Personality Studies - George Fujii
  12  
Block Managers Meeting Minutes
  12  
Personal Journal EC - M. Harada
  12  
Notes - Sudo Hashima
  12  
Personality Studies [Restricted]
Tsutomu (Tom) Hayase - full psychological profile - Age 26 (medical information)

  12  
Biographical Statement - Masa Hayashi
  12  
Medical File [Restricted]
Kazumasa Honda

  12  
Medical File [Restricted]
Isami Hoshino

  12  
Interview - Changes in Young People over Past Year - Rev. Imai
  12  
Personality Studies - Dr. Tetsuya G. Ishimara - psycological profile
  12  
Personality Studies - miscellaneous notes of I. Ishino
  12  
Personality Studies - Jimmy Ito and Tomo Ito
  12  
Medical File - Personality Studies [Restricted]
Margaret Izumi

  12  
Administration - Dr. Kazumi Kasuga, staff
  12  
Personality Studies - Smoot Katow
  12  
Administration - Captain George Kawaichi, staff
  12  
Personality Studies - Mas Kawashima
  12  
Nursery Division and Landscape Division Reports
  12  
Questionnaire - notes
  12  
Pacific Citizen - "Timely Topics" - account of incident, Kido
  12  
Medical File [Restricted]
Kenneth Kono

  12  
The Family - Rev. Kono
  12  
Interviews - Mich Kunitani
  12  
Administration - Mr. Kurata
  12  
Notes - Personality Studies - Dr. Kushi
  12  
Biographical form - handwritten - Personality Studies - Tatsuo Kushida
  12  
Permanent Self Government - Interview - Frank Kuwahara
  12  
Personality Studies - John Maeno
  12  
Medical [Restricted]
Mrs. Chiyo Masutani

  12  
Rehearing Request - Mrs. Matsuda
  12  
Personality Studies - Masatani Mitani
  12  
Buddhist Religion in Poston - Henry Miwa
  12  
Medical [Restricted]
Yaroku Mitsuhashi

  12  
Medical [Restricted]
Sue Miyaya

  12  
Medical [Restricted]
Hanjiro Mizuno

  12  
Personality Studies - Dr. Mizushima
  12  
Personality Studies - Yaetaro Mohri
  12  
Interviews - Personality Studies - Rev. Jitsuo Morikawa
  12  
Writings - Personality Studies- Kenneth Murase
  12  
Personality Studies - Gen. Masayoshi Nagai
  12  
Personality Studies - Jo Nakai
  12  
Personality Studies - Masatoshi Nakamura
  12  
Personality Studies - R.S. Nishimoto
  12  
Journal - Leighton - Personality Studies - R.N. Nishimoto
  12  
Personality Studies - Kay Nishimura
  12  
Personality Studies - N. Nishino
  12  
Isamu Noguchi on the Nisei
  12  
Personality Studies - Seiichi Nomura
  12  
Medical - Mitsue Ogura
  12  
Personality Studies [Restricted]
Yoneo Ono

  12  
Personality Studies - Hidemi Ogawa, Ichino Okada, Rev. Okohiro, Minoru Okamoto, Juro Omori
  12  
Personality Studies - Fred Ota
  12  
Personality Studies - Edward Ouchi
  12  
Block Studies - Mr. Ozawa
  12  
Personality Studies - Mrs. Teru Samida
  12  
Administration - Mitsuo Sanbonmatsu
  12  
Personality Studies - Tisasaki's Personal Journal
  12  
Leighton and James Sera letters
  12  
Personality Studies - Isamu "Andrew" Sugimoto
  12  
Personality Studies - Franklyn Sugiyama
  12  
Personality Studies - S. T.
  12  
Personal Journal EC - Takemoto
  12  
Personality Studies - K.U.
  12  
Personality Studies - Isamu Uchida
  12  
Personality Studies - Kazue Uyeno
  12  
Tuba City, Leighton, Wakatake letters
  12  
Personality Studies - Robert Tetsuo Wakatake
  12  
Personality Studies - Tetsuo Wakatake cont.
  12  
Personality Studies - Tetsuo Wakatake cont.
  12  
Personality Studies - George Akiji Wakatake
  12  
Personality Studies - Jim Yoro Watari
  12  
Personality Studies - Jim Yoro Watari cont.
  12  
Recreation - Notes made by Elizabeth Colson
  12  
Various notes.
  13  
Recreation - Notes - Personality Studies - personal journals Elizabeth Colson
  13  
Personality Studies - personal journals George Yamaguchi
 
Sociological Journal, newspapers [subseries]:
  13  
Explanation of the Sociological Journal, meeting minutes, reports, newsclippings, notes
  13  
Poston I, July 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, July 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Sept. 1-15, 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Sept. 1-15, 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Sept. 16-30, 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Oct. 1942
  13  
Poston I, Oct. 1942
  13  
Poston I, Nov. 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Dec. 1942 -
  13  
Poston I, Jan. 1943
  13  
Poston I, Feb.-Mar. 1943-
  13  
Poston I, II, III- April 1943 -
  13  
Poston I, May-June 1943 -
  13  
Poston II, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston II, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston II, III- Sept. 1942 -
  13  
Poston II, Sept. 1942 -
  13  
Poston II, Oct. 1942 -
  13  
Poston II, Nov.-Dec. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Aug. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Sept. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Sept. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Oct. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Oct. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Nov. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Dec. 1942 -
  13  
Poston III, Jan.-Feb. 1943 -
  13  
Leighton's notes and observations of administration and internees- June-July
  13  
Leighton's notes and observations of administration and internees- Aug.
  13  
Leighton's notes and observations of administration and internees- Sept.
  13  
Leighton's notes and observations of administration and internees- Oct.
  13  
Leighton's notes and observations of administration and internees- Nov. and Dec.
 
Bibliography [subseries]:
  13  
WRA Bibliography of Japanese in america, Teacher's Bibliography on "Our American Japanese"
 
Miscellaneous Poston materials [subseries]:
  13  
Charts, applications, question and answer for evacuees, evacuation notice, poem, report, sketches, invitations, Japanese-American student relocation commencement program
 
Manuscript notes--Leighton, "Governing of Men" [subseries]:
  13  
Part I- Naval copy-
  13  
Part I- Naval copy-
  13  
Part I- Naval copy-
  13  
Part I- Naval copy-
  13  
Part I- Naval copy-
  13  
Naval proof:"Governing of Men"
  13  
Part II-
  13  
Part II-
  13  
Comments on manuscript, notes
  13  
Misc. correspondence about the manuscript
  13  
Manuscript part I
  13  
Manuscript part II
  13  
Manuscript part III
  13  
Book Reviews of Manuscript
 
Miscellaneous oversized materials [subseries]:
  14  
WRA Daily News Digest Sept. 1944-Dec. 1945 .
  14  
Census Studies-
  14  
Census Studies-
  14  
Census Studies-
  14  
Census Studies-
  14  
Poston Red Cross News
  14  
Teachers- orientation information, bulletins, memos, teacher training information
  14  
School Newspaper- "Desert Daze" Poston I, May 20-June 17, 1943
  14  
School Newspaper- "Kampus Krier" Poston I, May 7-June 4, 1943
  14  
School Newspaper- "The Petrified News" Poston III, Nov. 16-Dec. 14, 1942 High School
  14  
Bulletins- offers of outside employment June 3-July 8, 1943
  14  
Literature, service programs of religious type
  14  
Poston Church Newspapers
  14  
Other Camps- maps, charts on organization, YWCA bulletins, recreation bulletins Mar.-Apr. 1943 , proposed Community Advisory Council charter and code of organization, Minodaka irregation in English and Japanese- Mar. 13, 1943
  14  
Outside Employment-