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The Tulean dispatch supplement indicates that all female citizens in Block 30 and 50 will be registered today and tomorrow, February 19 and 20. It also states that "All male citizens must register with the military team and fill out the War Department questionnaire." The collection consists of documents, diaries, letters, books, calendars, newspapers, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual media pertaining to Kikuyo Morimoto Nakatani, a Japanese-born woman who lived in Isleton, California. During World War II, her family was incarcerated in the Minidoka and Tule Lake incarceration camps. After the war, she moved to Los Angeles and studied tea with Madame Sosei Matsumoto, and became a tea master acknowledged by the Urasenke Headquarters in Japan. The collection also contains letters from her son, Kunio, who served aboard the Yamato battleship for the Empire of Japan during World War II.
Newsletters; Periodicals 1 page; 14 x 8.5 inches application/pdf