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This thank you letter was sent to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Japan Retirement Home in Los Angeles for allowing Mochizuki to interview residents about their experiences as Issei, or the first wave of Japanese immigrants to America. Mochizuki thanks some of the residents by name for their assistance. Collection of notes, articles, correspondence, photographs, and term papers collected by Yukio Mochizuki, a student at CSU Dominguez Hills, while researching Japanese American incarceration and Japanese Peruvian internment during World War II.
Education--Higher education Geographic communities--California--Los Angeles Identity and values--Issei Identity and values--Old people Japanese Latin Americans--Deportation and internment during World War II World War II--Incarceration camps
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