Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Restrictions on Access

Restrictions on Use

Acquisition Info

Processing Info

Inventory   [ + ]

Subject Terms


Guide to the Kaoru Ichihara Papers



Accession No.: 1839-001
Creator: Ichihara, Kaoru, 1915- , creator
Title: Kaoru Ichihara Papers
Date Span: 1942-1945
Quantity: 1 cubic ft.
Languages: Collection materials are in English.
Kaoru Ichihara's evacuation ID tag, 1942. In her Papers, Special Collections, UW Libraries, UW 21092z

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Biographical Note

Kaoru Ichihara was personal secretary to the General Secretary of the Seattle Council of Churches and Christian Education from 1939 to 1958. She was incarcerated at Camp Harmony and Camp Minidoka during World War II.

Scope and Content

Writings, correspondence, newsletters, minutes, ephemera, reports, instructions, church programs, and clippings documenting the evacuation and resettlement of Japanese Americans during World War II.

Restrictions on Access

Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info

Kaoru Ichihara donated these papers to the Libraries in 1972.

Processing Info

The papers were reprocessed in 1996.


Inventory

  
Box/FolderDate
Correspondence
1/1Re: Evacuation1942
1/2Re: Church Activities at Minidoka1942

  
Box/FolderDate
1/3Minutes1942

  
Box/FolderDate
1/4Church Programs1942-1943, n.d.

  
Box/FolderDate
Newsletters
1/5 Resettlement Bulletin 1944
1/6 Minidoka Herald 1943
Box
3 Camp Harmony Newsletter    OVERSIZE1942-1943

  
Box/FolderDate
Newspapers
1/7-8 Pacific Citizen 1942, 1944
Box
3 Minidoka Irrigator    OVERSIZE1943-1944

  
Box/FolderDate
Articles
1/9"The Japanese-American Creed," by Mike Masaoka 1942
1/9"Immigrants and Citizens of Japanese Origin," by Shotaro Frank Miyamoto
1/9"Race Prejudice and the War," by Otto Klineberg
1/9"Our Stakes in the Japanese Exodus," by Paul S. Taylor 1942
1/9"A Blot on Our Record"1942
1/9"The Japanese in Hawaii," by Blake Clark1942
1/9"The Restricted Citizen," by Everett V. Stonequist 1942
1/9"Civil Liberties: Slogan or Reality?" by William Henry Chamberlin1943
1/9"Arizona's City of Exiles," by Albert W. Palmer 1943
1/10"The West Coast Evacuation in Relation to the Struggle for Freedom," by Mabel B. Ellis & H.J. Wilkins
1/10"Our Japanese Fellow Citizens," by Galen M. Fisher, in International Journal of Religious Education 1944
1/10"At a Japanese Relocation Project," by Elsie Windsor 1944

  
Box/FolderDate
1/11Speech--by Sergeant Ben Kuraki1944

  
Box/FolderDate
Subject Series
"In Camp"
1/12U.S. War Relocation Authority Report, Instructions 1942-1944
1/13U.S. Army. Western Defense Command and Fourth Army Instructions1942
1/14Bulletins1942-1943
1/15Writings
"Resettlement"
1/16Letter: Seattle Council of Churches to Washington State Attorney General13 June 1944
1/17U.S. War Relocation Authority Circulars1942-1943, n.d.
1/18Ephemera1943-1944
1/19Clippings1943-1944

  
Box/FolderDate
1/20Clippings

  
Box/FolderDate
Ephemera
1/21Evacuation1942-1943, n.d.
2/1-2U.S. War Relocation Authority1942-1945, n.d.
Reports, Pamphlets
2/3"Nisei in Uniform"
2/3"What We're Fighting For"
2/3"A Voice That Must Be Heard"
2/3"The Voice of Thy Brother's Blood"1944
2/3"Aliens in Our Midst"1942
2/3"American Refugees"
2/3Report Submitted to Tolan Congressional Committee on National Defense Migration"1942
2/3"Democracy Begins at Home"1943
2/3"Outcasts!"
2/3"The Concern of the Church for Christian and Democratic Treatment of Japanese Americans"1944
2/3"America's Biggest Christmas Party"
2/3"Relocation Hostel"1943
2/3"The Churches and the Japanese in America" 1942
2/3"Dispossessed"
2/3"What About Our Japanese-Americans?"1944
2/3"How Can Christians Help?"1942
2/3"A Touchstone of Democracy: The Japanese in America" 1942
2/3"We're All Americans!"
2/3"The Japanese in Our Midst"1943
2/3"That They May All Be One"1944
2/3"The Displaced Japanese-Americans"
2/3"Investigation on Un-American Propaganda Activities in the United States"1944

Subject Terms

Personal Names:
Ichihara, Kaoru, 1915- --Archives.
Organizations:
Minidoka Relocation Center.
Puyallup Assembly Center (Puyallup, Wash.)
Seattle Council of Churches and Christian Education.
United States. Army. Western Defense Command and Fourth Army.
United States. War Relocation Authority.
Subjects:
Concentration camp inmates--Idaho--Hunt.
Concentration camp inmates--Washington (State)--Puyallup.
Concentration camps--Idaho--Hunt.
Concentration camps--Washington (State)--Puyallup.
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945.
Japanese Americans--Washington (State)
World War, 1939-1945--Concentration camps--Idaho--Hunt.
World War, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans.
World War, 1939-1945--Washington (State)--Puyallup.
Titles:
Camp Harmony News-letter.
Minidoka Herald.
Minidoka Irrigator.
Pacific Citizen.
Last modified: February 27, 2009
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