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ART WORKS

Refer to Estelle Ishigo's biography at http://hamachi.library.ucla.edu/ishigo/4.html

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DOCUMENTS

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Newspaper Articles

San Francisco News

Week of Monday, March 2

Concentration Camps for Japanese Wanted by Western Governors - March 2, 1942
"Behind the News"; Negro-Japanese Fifth Column Possible - March 2, 1942
General DeWitt Announces Military Exclusion Zones - March 3, 1942
Greatest Forced Migration in American History to Begin - March 4, 1942
Japanese Ban to Force Farm Adjustments - March 4, 1942
Radio Tokio Denounces Japanese Internment - March 5, 1942
Manzanar May House Interned Japanese - March 5, 1942
Owens Valley Haunted by Hopes that Failed - March 5, 1942
Alien Order Hits U.C. Staff - March 5, 1942
Editorial: Their Best Way to Show Loyalty - March 6, 1942
Gov. Olson Wants All Japanese Removed - March 6, 1942
"All Packed Up and Ready to Go," S.F. News Editorial Cartoon - March 6, 1942
Gen. DeWitt Gives Assurances to Aliens - March 7, 1942

Week of Monday, March 9, 1942

Tolan Group Due to Report Alien Plans - March 9, 1942
"War Hits the Farm Lands," by John G. Brucato - March 9, 1942
Federal Reserve Bank to Aid Aliens - March 10, 1942
To the Editor: "Replace the Okies with Japanese" - March 10, 1942
Plea Made for `Loyal' Aliens - March 13, 1942

Week of Monday, March 16, 1942

Alien Order Removal Offices Set Up - March 16, 1942
Two Steps Speed Japanese Evacuation - March 17, 1942
FBI Rounds Up More Japanese - March 18, 1942
First Japanese Ready to Leave Coast - March 19, 1942

Week of Monday, March 23, 1942

Manzanar Arrival Soon for Interned L.A. Japanese - March 23, 1942
First Los Angeles Japanese Internees Go to Manzanar - March 24, 1942
New Curfew Rules for Enemy Aliens - March 24, 1942
Aliens Get One More Night Out - March 25, 1942
Aliens Must Go by Sunday or Army Will Freeze Them - March 26, 1942
New FBI Raids on Enemy Aliens - March 26, 1942
Calif. Japanese Send Funds to Aid Nippon War Chest - March 26, 1942
Bay Area Japanese Leaving Coast in Final Rush - March 27, 1942
Writer Guilty as Japanese Agent - March 27, 1942
Japanese Eviction Brings Threat of Crop Losses - March 28, 1942

Week of Monday, March 30, 1942

Dangerous Japanese Aliens Sent to Sharp Park Internment Camp - March 31, 1942
FBI Rounds Up Black Dragon Society Members - March 31, 1942
Editorial: Evacuations Show Loyalty - March 31, 1942

San Francisco News Articles - April 1942

San Francisco Japanese to be Interned at Manzanar - April 2, 1942
State of California Suspends Japanese Employees - April 3, 1942
Tanforan Becomes Japanese Internment Center - April 3, 1942
Transfer of Japanese Farm Lands Continues - April 3, 1942
Tanforan New Japanese Assembly Center - April 4, 1942

Week of Monday, April 6, 1942

700 S.F. Japanese to Go Santa Anita Internment Camp - April 6, 1942
S.F. Japanese Exodus Starts - April 7, 1942
Goodbye! Write Soon! - April 7, 1942
"Behind the News"; Praise for the Army and Gen. DeWitt for Evacuation - April 7, 1942
Editorial: "Japanese Co-operate" - April 8, 1942
Editorial: "Well Done"; in Praise of Gen. DeWitt and the Army - April 10, 1942
1924 Warning on Japanese Infiltration Suppressed - April 11, 1942
Confabs Held on Future of `Little Tokio' - April 11, 1942

Week of Monday, April 13, 1942

Slum Danger in Japantown Under Study - April 13, 1942
Conditions at Alien Centers are Defended - April 13, 1942
To the Editor: Japanese Have Faith, by George Ishida - April 13, 1942
Japantown Slum Drive Growing - April 14, 1942
Japanese to Occupy Tract in Arizona - April 16, 1942
FBI Picks Up Three `Dangerous Aliens' - April 17, 1942
U.S. Aid Urged on "Little Tokio" - April 17, 1942
3000 More Japanese Go to Manzanar - April 18, 1942
"Behind the News"; Plight of Filipino-Japanese Women - April 18, 1942

Week of Monday, April 20, 1942

Evacuation Plan for L.A. Speeded - April 20, 1942
"Manzanar Nice Place – It Better Than Hollywood," by United Press – April 21, 1942
City to Clear Japantown Slums - April 21, 1942
"Food for Victory" from Seized Japanese Farms - April 21, 1942
"Behind the News"; Aliens Should Dispose of Contraband - April 24, 1942
Japantown Liquor Curb Urged - April 24, 1942
S.F. Japanese Register for Evacuation - April 24, 1942

Week of Monday, April 27, 1942

S.F. Japanese Register for Tanforan Camp - April 27, 1942
FBI Conducts New Raids on Enemy Aliens - April 28, 1942
San Francisco Japanese Sent to Tanforan Internment Camp - April 28, 1942
Japanese Evacuation from San Francisco Speeded Up - April 29, 1942
"Behind the News"; Japanese Won't be Welcomed Back - April 29, 1942
New Japanese Evacuation Order - April 30, 1942

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STATISTICAL DATA

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