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   Container / Location    Title
 
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-
 
Series II. Manzanar [series]:
 
Clipping file on Japanese-American relocation [subseries]:
  19  
Arkansas Democrat (Little Rock) 1945
  19  
Baltimore News and Post 1943-1944
  19  
Baltimore Sun 1943-1945
  19  
The Boston Daily Globe 1943-1945
  19  
Boston Herald 1945-1946
  19  
Cheyenne Tribune 1945
  19  
Chicago Daily News 1943-1945
  19  
Chicago Daily Tribune 1943-1945
  19  
Chicago Sun 1943-1945
  19  
Christian Advocate
  19  
Christian Century
  20  
Christian Science Monitor 1943
  20  
Christian Science Monitor 1944
  20  
Christian Science Monitor 1944-1945
  20  
Cincinnati Enquirer
  20  
Collier's Magazine
  20  
Des Moines Register 1943
  20  
Des Moines Register 1943
  20  
Fresno Bee 1943-1945
  20  
Hollywood Citizen Newa 1945
  20  
Honolulu Advertiser 1946
  20  
Honolulu Star Bulletin July 1944
  20  
Honolulu Star Bulletin Aug. 1944
  20  
Honolulu Star Bulletin Sept. 1944
  20  
Japanese-American Courier
  20  
Japanese-American Mirror
  20  
Klamath Falls Herald-News (Oregon)
  20  
L.A. Daily News May-June 1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News July 1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News Aug. 1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News Sept.1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News Oct.1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News Nov.-Dec. 1942
  20  
L.A. Daily News Jan.-Mar. 1943
  20  
L.A. Daily News Apr.-June 1943
  20  
L.A. Daily News July-Dec. 1943
  20  
L.A. Daily News Jan.-Feb. 1944
  20  
L.A. Daily News Mar.-April 1944
  20  
L.A. Daily News May 1944
  20  
L.A. Daily News June-July 1944
  20  
L.A. Daily News Aug.-Dec. 1944
  20  
L.A. Daily News 1945
  20  
L.A. Examiner Jan. 1942-June 1943
  20  
Life Magazine
  20  
Milwaukee Journal 1943
  20  
Milwaukee Journal Jan.-June 1944
  20  
Milwaukee Journal July-Dec. 1944-1945
  20  
Nation
  20  
The New Pacific
  20  
The New Republic
  21  
Newsweek
  21  
The New World
  21  
New York Times 1941-1942
  21  
New York Times Jan.-Oct. 1943
  21  
New York Times Nov.-Dec. 1943
  21  
New York Times Jan.-April 1944
  21  
New York Times May-June 1944
  21  
New York Times July-Aug. 1944
  21  
New York Times Sept. 1944-1947
  21  
New York Herald Tribune
  21  
New York Journal and American
  21  
Oakland Tribune
  21  
Omaha World-Herald
  21  
Pacific Citizen Jan.-Mar. 1942
  21  
Pacific Citizen June 1942-Oct. 1943
  21  
Pasadena Post
  21  
Pasadena Star News Dec. 1943-May 1944
  21  
Pasadena Star News June 1944-1945
  21  
Philadelphia Record Oct. 1943-July 1944
  21  
Philadelphia Record Aug. 1944-1945
  21  
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
  21  
Pittsburgh Press
  21  
P.M. Daily 1943-Jan. 1944
  21  
P.M. Daily Feb.-June 1944
  21  
P.M.Daily July 1944-1945
  21  
Portland Oregonian
  21  
Portland Oregon Journal
  21  
Progress Bulletin (Pomona California)
  21  
Rafu Shimpo Dec. 1939-Mar. 1942 (Los Angeles)
  21  
Reno Gazette
  21  
Sacramento Bee
  21  
Sacramento Union
  21  
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Oct. 1943-Apr. 1944
  21  
St. Louis Post-Dispatch May-Oct. 1944
  21  
Salt Lake Tribune Oct. 1943-Feb. 1944
  21  
Salt Lake Tribune Mar. 1944-1945
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle 1941-1942
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle 1943
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle Jan.-Feb. 1944
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle Mar.-May 1944
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle June-Aug.1944
  22  
San Francisco Chronicle Sept.1944-1945
  22  
San Francisco Examiner
  22  
San Francisco News
  22  
Saturday Evening Post
  22  
Seattle Post Intelligencer
  22  
Spokane Spokesman Review
  22  
Stockton Record (Calif.)
  22  
Time Magazine
  22  
Washington News
  22  
Washington Post 1943-Oct. 1945
  22  
Washington Post Nov.-Dec. 1945
  22  
Washington Post 1946
  22  
Washington Star
  22  
Washington Times-Herald
  22  
L.A. Examiner 1943
  22  
L.A. Examiner Jan.-Feb. 1944
  22  
L.A. Examiner Mar.-June 1944
  22  
L.A. Examiner July-Sept. 1944
  22  
L.A. Examiner Oct. 1944-1945
  22  
L.A. Herald Express
  22  
L.A. Herald Express
  22  
L.A. Sentinel
  22  
L.A. Times 1940-July 1942
  22  
L.A. Times Aug. 1942-Mar. 1943
  23  
L.A. Times Apr.-Dec. 1943
  23  
L.A. Times Jan.-Mar. 1944
  23  
L.A. Times Apr.-June 1944
  23  
L.A. Times July-Aug. 1944
  23  
L.A. Times Sept.-Oct. 1944
  23  
L.A. Times Dec. 1944-1945
  23  
Miscellaneous A-B
  23  
Miscellaneous C-D
  23  
Miscellaneous E-L
  23  
Miscellaneous M-R
  23  
Miscellaneous S
  23  
Miscellaneous T-Z
  23  
Crossroads -The All English Japanese American Newspaper Nov.-Dec. 1948
  23  
Crossroads Jan.-Mar. 1949
  23  
Crossroads Apr.-June 1949
  23  
Crossroads July-Sept. 1949
  23  
Crossroads Oct.-Dec. 1949
  23  
Crossroads Jan.-Mar. 1950
  23  
Crossroads Apr.-June 1950
  23  
Crossroads July-Sept. 1950
  23  
Crossroads Oct.-Dec. 1950
  23  
Crossroads Jan.-Mar. 1951
  23  
Crossroads Apr.-June 1951
  24  
Crossroads July-Sept. 1951
  24  
Crossroads Oct.-Dec. 1951
  24  
Crossroads Jan.-Mar. 1952
  24  
Crossroads Apr.-June 1952
  24  
Crossroads July-Sept. 1952
  24  
Crossroads Oct.-Dec. 1952
  24  
Crossroads Jan.-Feb. 1953
  24  
Crossroads Apr.-June 1953
  24  
Crossroads July-Aug. 1953
 
Series III. Oversized material [series]:
 
Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  25  
Outside Employment Bulletins May-July 1943
  25  
Outside Employment Bulletins Aug.-Oct. 1943
  25  
Newspapers- Nov. 1942-Mar. 1943
  25  
State Department publications, press bulletins
  25  
Minutes JACL Special Emergency National Conference, Nov. 17-24, 1942
  25  
Supplement to Minutes, JACL Special Emergency National Conference, Nov. 17-42, 1942
  25  
JACL Anti-Discrimination Committee
  25  
Manzanar high school papers
  25  
Slides of watercolors (137)
 
Watercolors [subseries]:
  26  
#1 - #5
  26  
#6 - #10
  26  
#11 - #15
  26  
#16 - #20
  26a  
#21 - #25
  26a  
#26 -#30
  26a  
#31 - #35
  26a  
#36 - #40
  26a  
#41 - #45
  26a  
#46 - #50
  26a  
#51 - #55
  27  
#56 - #60
  27  
#61 - #65
  27  
#66 - #70
  27  
#71 - #75
  27a  
#76 - #80
  27a  
#81 - #85
  27a  
#86 - #90
  27a  
#91 - #95
  27a  
#96 - #100
  27a  
#101 - #105
  27a  
#106 - #110
  29  
#111 - #115
  29  
#116 - #120
  29  
#121 - #127
  29  
#128 - #133
  29  
#134 - #137
 
Miscellaneous [subseries]:
  28  
Red Cross Scrapbook "Out of the Desert"
   
Boundary Map of Manzanar Relocation Area in California
   
Organization Chart of Poston, Arizona
   
Blueprint of Manzanar
   
Colorado River Indian Irrigation Project plot plan
  31-37  
Evacuee interview notes and personality study notes arranged alphabetically by last name on paper slips, and staff meeting notes arranged chronologically on paper slips
  19  
The Album, 442nd Combat Team 1943 , and Our World, Manzanar California - 1943-1944 , Manzanar High