University of Southern California, Regional History Collection > Japanese American Relocation photograph collection > "Japanese in Little Tokyo are shown watching bulletins as the war started. Here is a bulletin posted on a wall of one of the buildings. "Our people are stunned by this," said Carl Ikamure (the man nearest the bulletin). "We can't believe the Japanese government would order such a bombing at this time." Similar statements were made by others in the crowd. Selling of liquor in district was banned."--caption on photograph JARDA-2-26

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Title
"Japanese in Little Tokyo are shown watching bulletins as the war started. Here is a bulletin posted on a wall of one of the buildings. "Our people are stunned by this," said Carl Ikamure (the man nearest the bulletin). "We can't believe the Japanese government would order such a bombing at this time." Similar statements were made by others in the crowd. Selling of liquor in district was banned."--caption on photograph JARDA-2-26
Date Created and/or Issued
1941-12-08
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Library. Dept. of Special Collections. Regional History Collection
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California, Regional History Collection
Collection
Japanese American Relocation photograph collection
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Type
image
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/tf929009x7
JARDA-2-26
Subject
Japanese American Relocation photograph collection,
Japanese in the U.S.--In California--WWII and Later
Photos 21-30