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Photograph of Korematsu's son in law Don, Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga and Kathryn Korematsu at the Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American History. Back of photo reads: January 15, 1988 Smithsonian Inst. [Institute] Nat'l [National] Museum of American History, President's Reception Room. Occasion: Reception following ceremony awarding Fred Korematsu the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Pictured: Don (Korematsu son-in-law), Aiko Herzig, and Kathryn Korematsu. Picture rec'd [received] Jan. 22, 1999 from George Wakiji. Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga Papers includes photographs and a letter related to Aiko's life, family, and work. Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga was an activist for the Japanese American Redress movement whose research conducted for the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) provided key evidence that led to redress. She later co-edited the transcription and publication of the CWRIC hearings, along with other related projects. This collection mostly includes photographs from her early life primarily focused on the years 1930-1950. Subjects in the photographs include the Jerome and Rower incarceration camps, post- World War II Japan, Japanese American soldiers, and Japanese American families.
Activism and involvement--Civil liberties Geographic communities--Washington, D.C Community activities--Festivals, celebrations, and holidays Identity and values--Men Identity and values--Nisei Identity and values--Women
CSU Dominguez Hills Department of Archives and Special Collections