Letter from Tsuneo Iwata president of the Turlock Social Club to Mr. Johnson, Wartime Civilian Control Administration, concerning the leasing of the Turlcok Social Club Hall as a storage place for incarcerees' properties in Turlock, California. The Nisaburo Aibara Collection features materials from the Turlock Social Club, a local Japanese-American community group active between 1939 and 1970. It contains documents regarding the Stockton, Turlock and Merced Assembly Centers and Japanese American Citizens League chapters. The Collection also features correspondences with reactions, responses, and preparations for the forced evacuation. Additionally, the Collection has records on the Central California Cantaloupe Company, Turlock Farm Corporation, Turlock Japanese Society, and family records and funeral service programs of Japanese-American residents of Turlock.
Correspondence 1 page, typescipt, 11 x 8.5 inches application/pdf
Community activities--Associations and organizations--Community and social service organizations World War II--Japanese American Citizen League activities Geographic communities--California--Turlock World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation')--Japanese American community responses
California State University, Stanislaus. University Library