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Manuscript by Kaya Sugiyama that includes remembrances and discussion of identity and poetry given to the University Archives on the occasions of Holloway Historians interview with Dr. John L. Kikuchi, Delores Y. Kikuchi, Mrs. Helen Nitta Hori, Mrs. Kaya Kitagawa Sugiyama, Dr. Roy Freeburg, and Mrs. Ruth Freeburg about experiences of San Francisco State College’s Japanese American students on campus during World War II. 22 pages, typescript, 11 x 8.5 inches The University Archives serves as the collective memory of San Francisco State University containing unique and original source material of our University's colorful history. The University Archives traces the University’s history beginning from June 1906 with records, images and artifacts. University Archives: Biographical Files-Sugiyama, Kaya; File name is Project ID plus file extension.