Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Ferenc M. Szasz Papers
Abstract The collection consists of records of F.B.I. investigations about convicted spy Klaus Fuchs, and research materials related to Szasz's writings such as, "The Culture of Modern New Mexico, 1940-1970," and "Tony Hillerman and the turn-of-the-century American Southwest" and for his book, Great Mysteries of the West The collection also contains research materials pertaining to the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos, the Trinity Site, World War II...
Dates: 1894-2005; Majority of material found in 1942-1999
Governor John E. Miles Papers,
Scope and Content Collection consists of official and personal papers of Governor Miles. Includes correspondence with and reports from various state agencies concerning a broad range of issues such as labor, natural resource conservation, enforcement of the Hatch Act, establishment of the Four Corners Monument, establishment of a Mormon Battalion Monument, and extension of the Navajo Reservation. Also within this collection are reports and other materials concerning the Pecos River Commission, Rio Grande Compact...
Japanese American Internment Camps Research Material [Sollami]
Identifier: AC 575
Scope and Content Collection contains copies of papers, documents, and memorandums concerning American Internment Camps for Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II, with particular emphasis on the Santa Fe Camp which was administered by the U.S. Department of Justice. The material touches on all aspects of that program from the initial establishment of the camps and their administration and problems to their final days. Also included are the official reactions at the national, state and camp level,...
Dates: 1941-2010; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Santa Fe Internment Camp Marker Records,
Identifier: AC 369
Scope and Content Collection consists of the records of the Santa Fe Internment Camp Marker committee. The committee was formed to develop a marker commemorating the camp at Ortiz Park in Santa Fe. There is correspondence, agendas of meetings, minutes, newspaper clippings, and research material about the camp. In addition, there are several letters from the period, written to Pearl Guild (Mrs. E. W. Guild), professor at Mills College, California, and to her daughter, Marily, from her Japanese students, Tamaki...
Dates: 1941-2002; 1941-1999