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Esther Klotz collection on Miné Okubo

About this Collection

This collection contains correspondence, artwork, brochures, and other material by and about Japanese American artist and author Miné Okubo (1912–2001). Okubo was born in Riverside, California, and is best known for her book "Citizen 13660" of drawings and text on her experiences of incarceration at Tanforan and Topaz camps during World War II. The material was collected and donated to UCR by Esther Klotz, a historian of the Riverside area and longtime friend of Okubo. View collection guide.

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