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Typed correspondence from Lester E. Suzuki to Bishop James Chamberlain Baker from the Japanese Methodist Church English Speaking Division in Los Angeles, California. Lester expresses his gratitude to Bishop James Chamberlain Baker for his recent letter and interest in interviewing Japanese Americans about their current situation. He goes on to discuss the actions already taken by the Japanese Church Federation, Nisei Church Federation, and Japanese American Citizens League after Pearl Harbor. The Bishop James Chamberlain Baker Collection includes letters, documents, and articles about Japanese Americans during World War II. Subjects in the collection include Japanese Americans mass removal, Pearl Harbor and the aftermath, religion, and support from the non-Japanese American community. The collection was digitized and made accessible online by CSUDH Gerth Archives and Special Collections.