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Title
Correspondence on Law Enforcement
Creator
Dept. of Justice and Attorney General's Office Records-Executive Office Records-Assistant and Deputy Attorneys General Files
Date Created and/or Issued
February 18, 1942
Publication Information
California State Archives, a division of the California Secretary of State's Office
Contributing Institution
California State Archives
Collection
California State Government & the Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II
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Description
Correspondence from Earl Warren to sheriffs, district attorneys, and chiefs of police requesting their views on law enforcement problems involving enemy aliens; For responses, see R177.089 183/5-R177.089 183/6
Type
text
Format
400dpi JPEG, 24-bit color
Identifier
R177_089_183-5_001a-R177_089_183-5_001b
http://exhibits.sos.ca.gov/items/show/10658
Language
English
Subject
Public Sentiment, Law Enforcement
Place
California
Source
R177.089 183/5; "Aliens-Nationals-Subversives, Mtg National Defense Migration"

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