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One issue of "Topazette" published by the Journalism Class of the Topaz High School, Central Utah Relocation Project on June 24, 1943. 8 pages, typescript, illustrations Asian Pacific Studies Collection, Series I includes publications, mainly newsletters and newspapers, published in the temporary assembly centers and incarceration camps during World War II. The titles include: Santa Anita pacemaker; Bulletin: temporary publication of Granada Relocation Center; Granada pioneer = Paionia; Amache Hi it; Gila news-courier = Hira jiho; Gila CO-OP news = Kumiai shuho; The Rohwer outpost = Rowa jiho: Rohwer news; The Mercedian; Pinedale logger; Evacuazette; Tanforan totalizer; Crystal City times; and Topazette. Some of them are bilingual publications in English and Japanese. Covers a variety of topics, including poems, education, foods, living conditions, health issues, incidents, religion, social and recreational activities, sports, wok, resettlement, military service, recruiting and enlisting, etc.