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Abstract The Hiroji Hosaka Family Letters is comprised of 30 letters and postcards, a copy of Hiroji Hosaka's FBI case file, photographs, and business cards. The letters are correspondence between him and his family members and friends mainly while he was imprisoned in the Santa Fe Internment Camp and the Heart Mountain incarceration camp during World War II. The family letters describe the pressing situations that the family faced such as closing his hotel business and selling their properties in a...
Dates: 1937 October-1962 October 29; Majority of material found within 1942-1945
Identifier: SPC -2019-030
Abstract The collection comprises of Tule Lake newsletters and bulletins, materials issued by the Pro-Japanese group, Sokoku Hoshidan (or Hoshi Dan), WRA publications, and incarceration documents that mostly belonged to Kiyoshi and Mitsuye Uyekawa. There are also Kiyoshi's manuscripts of original fictional works, copies of fictional works by Japanese authors, and correspondence, bulletins, and manuscripts by the haiku society members. Most of the items in this collection have been digitized and are...
Dates: 1942-1980 ; Majority of material found within 1942-1946
- Haiku 1
- Japanese Americans -- California 1
- Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 1
- Japanese Americans -- History -- 20th century 1
- Manuscripts, Japanese 1
- Heart Mountain Incarceration Camp 1
- Minidoka Incarceration Camp 1
- Ogo, Hideo 1
- Ogo, Mohei 1
- Poston Incarceration Camp 1