World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 547
Scope and Content The collection contains three sets of materials: five censored letters written by Tetsuji Hanzawa to his mother Shin and his sister-in-law Koto in Hawaii from the Santa Fe Detention Station between 1944 and 1945; letters and cards written by Taichiro Hanzawa to his wife Koto, his mother Shin and his daughter Mrs. E. Omuro in Hawaii from the Lordsburg and Santa Fe, NM Detention Camps between October, 1942 and September, 1945. Additional materials include a copy of Taichiro Hanzawa's Application...
Identifier: AC 370
Scope and Content The Collection includes nineteen original drawings of the guards at the Japanese American Internment Camp in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and of a prisoner of war camp in Seagoville, Texas done by Harold (Hal) E. West (1902-1968). There is a book entitled "A Local Santa Fe Bystander's View of the War Years and of the Japanese Internment Camp, 1941-1945" catalogued separately. Collection contains original drawings, copy of the book, and photographs, correspondence, and articles on Hal West and Jerry...
Dates: 1941-2002; 1941-1999; 1941-2002
Identifier: AC 548-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of one letter from Shodo Kanamura to Tokuichi Niimi (Arizona), 1944 (with translation) and Postcard from Miyazawa Yasutaro to Marian White, (Washington), no date. Postcard is in English; writer is an American of Japanese descent, who was at the detention station in Santa Fe, New Mexico during World War II.
Identifier: MSS 322 BC
Abstract The United State Marshal collection consists of general and subject oriented correspondence and documentation, 1890 to 1950. Included are legal documents, correspondence, procedure manuals, affidavits, prisoner commitment and release cards, fingerprints, and financial records.