William C. Smith papers, 1924-1927  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Smith, William Carlson, 1883-
Title
William C. Smith papers
Dates
1924-1927 (inclusive)
Quantity
9.0 linear feet, (6 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 311
Summary
William Carlson Smith (1883-?), educator and sociologist, contributed major research to the Survey of Race Relations, a 1925 study of economic, legal and social relations between whites and Asians on the Pacific Coast and in Hawaii. This research formed part of the basis for Smith's 1939 book Americans in the Making. Perhaps Smith's most widely-known work was his 1953 book The Stepchild, which was the culmination of fifteen years of research and study. Smith did much of the research in Oregon while at Linfield College. The William Carlson Smith collection contains documents related to the Survey of Race Relations, including interviews with and autobiographies of Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, and other immigrants and first-generation Americans. There are also copies of official letters and published items concerning race relations.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

William Carlson Smith was born 1883 and graduated in 1907 from Grand Island College, Grand Island Nebraska, where he majored in arts and letters. Smith held various positions in his early career: high school principal, teacher, Red Cross worker, field worker and probation officer. Dr. Smith did educational work in Assam, India under the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society from 1912 to 1915.

Following his return to the United States Smith continued his studies at the University of Southern California and the University of Chicago, majoring in sociology. He went on to hold positions in the sociology departments of various universities.

In the 1920s, Smith worked as a researcher on the Survey of Race Relations, a Canadian-American project whose goal was to investigate "relations between Orientals and whites on the Pacific Coast" ( Tentative Findings of the Survey of Race Relations. Stanford University: 1925). The survey collected demographic and economic data regarding Japanese and Chinese immigrants and their children, and gave particular attention to the impact of race- and immigration-related legislation such as the "anti-alien land" laws. This research formed part of the basis for Smith's book Americans in the Making.

During his tenure at Texas Christian University (1929-1933), Smith became actively involved in a drive to investigate the University's administrative policies through the American Association of University Professors. Smith and his followers charged that nepotism and favoritism combined with poor management of funds had compromised the University to the extent that faculty had no job security and were often dismissed without cause.

Perhaps Smith's most important work was his 1953 book The Stepchild, which was the culmination of fifteen years of research and study. Smith did much of the research in Oregon while at Linfield College. This collection contains a large section of manuscript materials related to The Stepchild.

Other fields investigated by Smith were immigration and second generation Asian Americans in America. These interests are reflected in a number of articles by Smith that are included in the collection.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The William Carlson Smith Papers (Ax 311) are the documents assembled by Smith and Robert Ezra Park for a survey of race relations on the Pacific Coast and in Hawaii, 1924-1927, and used by Smith in Americans in the Making. The documents consist of interviews with and autobiographies of Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, and other immigrants and first-generation Americans. Most of the autobiographies were written by school children in California and Hawaii. There are also copies of official letters and published items concerning race relations.

Collection is organized into five series. The first consists of Major Documents relating to the Survey of Race Relations and occupies 62 folders in Box 1; the second holds the Minor Documents relating to the Survey, and is housed in folders 63-80 of Box 1 and Folders 1-8 of Box 2. The third series is a single folder-Folder 9-in Box 2 documenting Conflicts. The fourth is a collection of Life Histories of Students, housed in Box 3, Folders 10-21, all of Box 4, and Box 5, Folders 1-9. The fifth series contains Miscellaneous documents pertaining to the Survey, and can be found in Folders 10-24 of Box 5 and all of Box 6.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William C. Smith Papers, Ax 311, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Documents list (Major Documents and Minor Documents only)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 1, Folder 1

Major DocumentsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A1-A10
Box Folder
1 2
A1: Interview with Lew Shong Kow, ex-President of the Chinese Reform Association (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
January 30, 1924
1 2
A2: Converstation with waiter, International Chop Suey (1 page)
Region: British Columbia
Missing
1 2
A3: Interview with Mr. Lambert Sung, interpreter (4 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 4, 1924
1 2
A4: Interview with Rev. D.A. Smith, Superintendent of Prysbyterian Missions (7 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 4, 1924
1 2
A5: Interview with Dr. Y.P. Lew, dentist and President of the Chinese Benevolent Association, Interpreter: Seto More, Agent of the Canadian Pacific Bureau, Ocean Travel (2 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 4, 1924
1 2
A6: Interview with Mr. Lum Hing, translator for the Chinese Times (3 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 12, 1924
1 2
A7: Interview with Mr. Loore Whaun, Advertising Manager of the Canada Morning News (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 13, 1924
1 2
A8: Mr. Herbert Wang, Assistant to Chinese Consul, conversation at dinner (4 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 16, 1924
1 2
A9: Mr. Herbert Wang Interview (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 22, 1924
1 2
A10: Interview with Mr. Ko Wing Kan, interpreter and ginseng merchant (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 26, 1924
Box Folder
1 3
A11-A16
Box Folder
1 3
A11: Interview with Mrs. Yip Quong, the first white woman in Vancouver married to a Chinese man (6 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 26, 1924
1 3
A12: Life-history of Herbert Wang, Consul's Assistant, Vancouver, British Columbia (10 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 28, 1924
1 3
A13: Visit, Home of Mr. Ko Wing Kan (6 pages)
Region: British Columbia
February 20, 1924
1 3
A14: Interview with Miss Coleman, who teaches class of Chinese boys at the Strathcona School (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 1924
1 3
A15: Luncheon, Mr. Herbert Wang, Dr. Park, Miss Raushenbush (3 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 6, 1924
1 3
A16: Testimonial meeting on the Orintal, The I.U.W. Hall, Cordova Street (4 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 4, 1924
1 4
A17-A23
Box Folder
1 4
A17: Call, T.M. Whaun (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 5, 1924
1 4
A18: Dinner with Dr. Lew, Seto More, Dr. Park, Miss Raushenbuch (3 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 6, 1924
1 4
A19: Interview with Mr. Louie Houie (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 1924
1 4
A20: Visit with the Lam family (4 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 1924
1 4
A21: Visit with Miss Hollaby, Anglican Missionary (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 10, 1924
1 4
A22: The Main St. of Chinatown via Mrs. Quong (8 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 12, 1924
1 4
A23: Luncheon with Miss Hosang (9 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 19, 1924
1 5
A24-A27
Box Folder
1 5
A24: Interview with Herbert Wang (6 pages)
Region: British Columbia
March 25, 1924
1 5
A25: The Old Men's Home Visit (7 pages)
Region: British Columbia
April 1, 1924
1 5
A26: Dinner with Mr. Louie Houis, President of the Merchants Association (11 pages)
Region: British Columbia
April 2, 1924
1 5
A27: Interview with J.A. Russel, Barrister Criminal Lawyer for Chinese (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
April 30, 1924
1 6
A28-A34
Box Folder
1 6
A28: Mr. Thomas Noore Whaun Audience (4 pages)
Region: British Columbia
May 7, 1924
1 6
A29: Interview with Gershon Lew, the hottest Bolshevik in Vancouver (6 pages)
Region: British Columbia
May 1924
1 6
A30: A Chinese Minister in Revolt (2 pages)
Region: British Columbia
1 6
A31: Tea with Harry Hastings, the half-breed Chinese intellectual of Victoria (7 pages)
Region: British Columbia
May 26, 1924; May 30, 1924
1 6
A32: Interview with Mr. Harry Hastings, regarding the school strike and other matters (8 pages)
Region: British Columbia
May 26, 1924; May 30, 1924
1 6
A33: Interview with Joe Hope, President of the Chinese Canadian Club of Victoria (6 pages)
Region: British Columbia
May 26, 1924
1 6
A34: Interview with Cecil Lee, a native son who is married to a Hakkla (5 pages)
Region: British Columbia
June 1, 1924
1 7
A35-A41
Box Folder
1 7
A35: Description of Cumberland which is supposed to be the only place in the United States or Canada where Chinese and Japanses are mining underground (12 pages)
Region: British Columbia
June 3, 1924-June 4, 1924
1 7
A36: Hawaiian Born Japanese Boy's American Adventure, interview with Sanji Miyamoto (5 pages)
Region: Washington
April 17, 1924
1 7
A37: A Son of a Successful Japanese Business Man, interview with Mr. Koresaki Kimura (3 pages)
Region: Washington
April 22, 1924
1 7
A38: A Son of the First Japanese Mother in America, interview with Mr. Hideo Robert Tashima (6 pages)
Region: Washington
April 17, 1924
1 7
A39: A Hawaiian Japanese Immigrant, interview with Mr. Takanaga Hirai (7 pages)
Region: Washington
March 21, 1924
1 7
A40: A Japanese School Boy, interview with Masao Nishio (4 pages)
Region: Washington
April 22, 1924
1 7
A41: A Visiting Student, interview with Tatsuji Suga (2 pages)
Region: Washington
April 22, 1924
1 8
A42-A48
Box Folder
1 8
A42: Murder case--British Columbia (17 pages)
Region: British Columbia
1 8
A43: A Picture Bride, interview with Mrs. K. Nakashima (7 pages)
Region: Washington
April 15, 1924
1 8
A44: A Representative of the Second Generation, interview with Miss Chiye Shigemura (3 pages)
Region: Washingon
2 copies
April 18, 1924
1 8
A45: A Teacher in Japanese Language School, interview with Mrs. Toyo Shinowara, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter (4 pages)
Region: Washington
June 4, 1924
1 8
A46: A Japanese Physician's Wife, interview with Mrs. Suie Murakami, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter (3 pages)
Region: Washington
June 4, 1924
1 8
A47: Life History of a Puerto Rican (Y. M. C. A. College, Chicago) (14 pages)
Region: Southern California (interview reflects the subject's life in New York, Pittsburg and Chicago)
June 1924
1 8
A48: Paper written by a Japanese student in reply to a questionnaire on Race Relations, by M. Suma (4 pages)
Region: Northern California
1 9
A49-A51
Box Folder
1 9
A49: Resolutions unanimously adopted by the Fifth Annual Convention of the American Legion at San Francisco (26 pages)
Region: Northern California
October 15, 1923-October 19, 1923
1 9
A50: The Orientals in the Alaska salmon industry, first hand observations of Max Stern of the Daily News (13 pages)
Region: Northern California
1 9
A51: The Land of Opportunity: Exterior View (or, from migrant to minister) by Jose P. Ruiz (9 pages)
Region: Northern California
1 10
A52-A63
Box Folder
1 10
A52: Tongs (3 pages)
Region: Northern California
1 10
A53: My Oriental husbands (29 pages)
Region: Northern California
1 10
A54: Story of a Chinese college girl (12 pages)
Region: Northern California
August 1, 1924
1 10
A55: Miss Higgins of the Presbyterian Mission speaks (6 pages)
Region: Northern California
August 1, 1924
1 10
A56: Story of a Chinses girl student (10 pages)
Region: Northern California
August 1, 1924
1 10
A57: Diary of schoolteacher in the Imperial Valley (28 pages)
Region: Southern California
Missing
1 10
A58: Life history of Sakoe Tsuboi (6 pages)
Region: Southern California
May 1924
1 10
A59: Chapter IV California as a Nation-State and Civilization Frontier from International Contact at the Frontier by Kiyo Sue Inui (14 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 10
A60: The Life History as a Social Document by Hideo Oyama (7 pages)
Region: Southern California
June 5, 1924
1 10
A61: Letter to Dr. Daugherty concernign Quon Gay, and document written by Quon Gay (3 pages)
Region: Southern California
Missing
1 10
A62: Case Brief on Anglo-Japanese Marriage by H. G. Schroeder (10 pages)
Region: Southern California
June 18, 1924
1 10
A63: Answer--The United States of America (plaintiff) vs. Sakharam Ganesh Pandit (defendant) (8 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 11
A64
Box Folder
1 11
A64: Anti-Japanese agitation in Hollywood (37 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 12
A65-A69
Box Folder
1 12
A65: A Study of the Japanese Language Schools in California by Ken Ishikawa (37 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 12
A66: The Life History as a Social Document by Isaac G. Granadosin (10 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 12
A67: Assyrian situation at Turlock, California (5 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 12
A68: Preliminary statement of racial relations between Chinese students in an American university (7 pages)
Region: Southern California
1 12
A69: The Life History as a Social Document, Toyama Chotoku (15 pages)
Region: Southern California
2 copies
May 27, 1924
1 13
A70
Box Folder
1 13
A70: Japanese in the City of Los Angeles by Gretchen Tuthill (42 pages)
Region: Southern California
June 1924
1 14
A71-A83
Box Folder
1 14
A71: Interview with Rev. John M. Yamazaki, pastor of Japanese Episcopal Mission Los Angeles (6 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
July 13, 1924
1 14
A72: Interview with Mr. W. S. Fawcett, El Centro, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
April 1924
1 14
A73: Interview with Mrs. C. S. Machida (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese-Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 13, 1924
1 14
A74: Interview with Rev. K. S. Itow (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Religion, Social Disorganization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 14
A75: Interview with K. Yokosawa (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Vocation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 19, 1924
1 14
A76: Intervie with Lillie Leung (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Vocation, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
August 12, 1924
1 14
A77: Interview with Susie Yamamoto (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 9, 1924
1 14
A78: Interview with Seiichi Nobe (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Religion, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 11, 1924
1 14
A79: Interview with G--S--, American born Japanese (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Family Problems, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 19, 1924
1 14
A80: Interview with Miss Chiyo Otera (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocation, Religion, Family Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 14, 1924
1 14
A81: Interview with Mary Nobe (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness, Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 13, 1924
1 14
A82: Japanese Valedictorian of Class, Seattle High School (11 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization, Education; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
4 pages missing
1 14
A83: "Rose" - Slave Girl (3 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Slave Girl, Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 15
A84-A91
Box Folder
1 15
A84: Interview with Dr. F.B. Chandler (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Racial Traits, Race Consciousness, Investigations; Ethnicity: Hindu, Japanese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
August 23, 1924
1 15
A85: Life History of Francisco Carino (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Heritages, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
August 1924
1 15
A86: Life History as a Social Document - Takeuchi (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Heritages, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 14, 1924
1 15
A87: Quotations from a letter from a Japanese girl (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Home Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 13, 1924
1 15
A88: Press notices regarding permission granted for church, Long Beach property owners warned (12 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Communities, Good-Will, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 15
A89: An Investigation of Two Specific Instances of Racial Conflict in Long Beach, California by Frances Lucas and Gretchen Tuthill (18 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Communities, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
June 1924
1 15
A90: Interview with Mr. Yasuhei Takeawa (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Racial Traits, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 7, 1924
1 15
A91: Copy of letter from Mr. T. Sowa to Ruth H. Greiner (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation, Racial Traits, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
July 26, 1924
1 16
A92-A106
Box Folder
1 16
A92: A Comparative Study of the Japanese Question in California, interview with Japanese laborer, S. Antomy, Santa Paula, California, by Loreita Balcom (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Labor, Heritages; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 29, 1923
1 16
A93: Interview with L. C. Lee, of El Centro, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese, Hindu, Filipino; Region: Southern California
June 1924
1 16
A94: Interview with Adjutant Masasuke Kobayashi, Head of Japanese Branch of Salvation Army (4 pages)
Subjects: Religion, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
September 12, 1924
1 16
A95: Letter from Eva Martin, Los Angeles, opinion on Orientals (anti) (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 16
A96: Interview with Mr. H. H. Clark, manager of Colorado River Land Co., Mexicali, Mexico (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Labor; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 16
A97: Interview with Mr. Shigeichi Okami (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 25, 1924
1 16
A98: Interview with Frank Ishi (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Family Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
3 pages missing
September 19, 1924
1 16
A99: Interview with Y. Nakasugi (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Vocation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 25, 1924
1 16
A100: Interview with Kazuo Kawai (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Religion, Vocation, Heritages, Education; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 07, 1924
1 16
A101: Conversation with a Los Angeles Japanese minister (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Vocation, Race Consciousness, Education, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
3 copies
July 1924
1 16
A102: Interview with Mrs. Machida by Miss Chloe Holt (5 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese-Japanese; Region: Southern California
July 2, 1924
1 16
A102: Interview with Mrs. Machida by William C. Smith (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese-Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 13, 1924
1 16
A103: How the Japanese Won a Foothold from Farm and Tractor Magazine (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 17, 1924
1 16
A104: Account of a visit with a white woman married to a Japanese (7 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 14, 1924
1 16
A105: Suggested topics for Japanese Students Christian Association, and letter (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 16
A106: Interview with Lee H.---- (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Vocation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
page 4 missing
September 29, 1924
1 17
A107-A112
Box Folder
1 17
A107: An American born Japanese in America, J. Sato (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 17
A108: A Wedding in Chinese and in American (4 pages)
Subjects: Heritages, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 17
A109: Extract from New York Independent "The Confession of a Japanese Servant (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
September 21, 1905
1 17
A110: Interview with Hiroshi M---- (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocation, Second Generation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 17
A111: Conflict Situation at Pico Heights, Los Angeles (44 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 17
A112: Report of Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce regarding Japanese question (4 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 pages missing
1 18
A113-A121
Box Folder
1 18
A113: "I am Only a Foreigner - So This is America" (written by a Filipino boy to an Americanization teacher) (6 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
1 18
A114: Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Report regarding Japanese Situation (2 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture, Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 1924
1 18
A115: Resolution Passed at Annual Convention of Japanese Association of Southern California (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
February 10, 1924
1 18
A116: Mrs. Manspeaker's Americanization Class (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 20, 1924
1 18
A117: Personal Eexperience with Japanese Children - Marjorie McComber (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 22, 1924
1 18
A118: A Japanesea agricultural community near Fullerton, California (6 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 26, 1924
1 18
A119: Letter to Missionary Ladies of Fengchou, Shansi, China (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 18
A120: Interview with Americanization Teacher, Los Angeles County (7 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 18
A121: Interview with Dr. Keitoko Watanabe, Japanese dentist at Los Angeles (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Agriculture, Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 22, 1924
1 19
A122-A131
Box Folder
1 19
A122: Sketch of Life of Theodore Fieldbrave (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Heritages, Religion; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
1 19
A123: Letter to Honorable Robert L. Owen regarding Takao Ozawa's suit for naturalization (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
page 5 missing
August 14, 1923
1 19
A124: Letter from Sei Fujii, President, Japanese Association of Los Angeles to J. Kasai, Secretary of Japanese Association, regarding anti-sentiment letter to Sheriff from Consul of Japan (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Prejudice, Conflict; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 6, 1923
1 19
A125: Notes by Mr. McClatchy secured from L. B. Landsborough, Sacramento County, Manager of A. B. Bumphrey's orchard and vineyard (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Labor; Region: Northern California
January 4, 1924
1 19
A126: Warning against Survey of Race Relations issued by Portland Chamber of Commerce (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Organization of Public Opinion; Region: Oregon
November 17, 1923
1 19
A127: Interview with Mrs. Teresawa, Matron and Interpreter at Angel Island, California (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 19
A128: Letter to Mr. Redfern Mason from young Chinese girl after her return to China (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
June 23, 1923
1 19
A129: An Interview with Donaldina Cameron; Letter to Miss Cameron from Office of the Commissioner, Angel Island (6 pages)
Subjects: Vice and Crime, Religion; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 19
A130: Reminiscences of Mrs. Fremont Older re Japanese servants (2 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 19
A131: Letter from a Burman theological student to a missionary from The Christian Century (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Religion; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 20
A132-A138
Box Folder
1 20
A132: Interview with Mr. Neumann, Manager of Lyndon Hotel, Los Gatos on Asiatic Labor (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Labor; Ethnicity: Filipino, Japanese; Region: Northern California
April 5, 1924
1 20
A133: Interview with Tom Lee, cook for Dr. Peterson, Stockton, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
January 14, 1924
1 20
A134: Visit with Mr. George Shima "Patato King" of California - Mrs. Park (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
July 14, 1924
1 20
A135: "Impressions" by Mineko K. Inui (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 20
A136: Statement on Oriental & Agriculture by Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (2 pages)
[See also A112]
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 20
A137: Experiences of Fresno, California man regarding Japanese (4 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
April 12, 1924
1 20
A138: Interviews Stevens Lake Situation, Hughes - Nightwatchman (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
June 11, 1924
1 21
A139-A150
Box Folder
1 21
A139: Interviews Stevens Lake Situation - "Native Son of Oregon" (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
1 page missing
1 21
A140: Interviews Stevens Lake Situation - Field Officer (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
1 21
A141: Interviews Stevens Lake Situation - "Electrician" (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
1 21
A142: Interviews Stevens Lake Situation - "Logger" (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
1 21
A143: Interview, J. B. Fitzgerald re Stevens Lake strike" (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Oregon
May 3, 1924
1 21
A144: The Okajima Girls (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 21
A145: Life History of Kanaye Nagasawa, Santa Rosa, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Agriculture, Good-Will, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
July 18, 1924
1 21
A146: Story of Wong Ah So (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Social Disorganization, Slave Girls, Heritages; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
August 1, 1924
1 21
A147: Press Reports on "Slave Girls" (5 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Slave Girls; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 21
A148: Life of Ah Seen, Tubercular case (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Industry, Discrimination; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 21
A149: Miscellaneous accounts, factory conditions (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 21
A150: The History and Problem of Angel Island, California (15 pages)
Subjects: Population, Immigration, History; Region: Northern California
1 22
A151-A156
Box Folder
1 22
A151: Biography of a Seattle high school boy (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
May 9, 1924
1 22
A152: Life story of Mohan Singh (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Seattle
1 22
A153: Letter to Miss Greiner from Japanese student (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
May 2, 1924
1 22
A154: Interview with Mrs. Peter Mayberg (4 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Vice and Crime, Tongs; Region: Seattle
1 22
A155: Interview with Hatsumi Sakaguchi (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 22
A156: Interview with Mr. T. Torikai (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 8, 1924
1 23
A157-A164
Box Folder
1 23
A157: Interview with Masao Murakami (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 23
A158: Interview with Mrs. Masa Rigashida (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
June 24, 1924
1 23
A159: Interview with Ruby Hirose (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Agriculture, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 23
A160: Interview with Commissioner Weedin, Seattle Immigration Station (4 pages)
Subjects: Population, Illegal Entry; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Seattle
April 23, 1924
1 23
A161: Interview with C. F. Greiner concerning Mark Ten Suie (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage, Business; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 23
A162: Extract of letter from Assistant Ethnologist of Honolulu, regarding marriage of Korean to white girl (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Seattle
June 7, 1924
1 23
A163: Some of My Experiences by Tadao Kimura, Valedictorian of Seattle High School (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Second Generation, Accommodation, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 23
A164: Seattle's Japanese George Washington by Ruth Greiner (9 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 24
A165-A172
Box Folder
1 24
A165: "My Contact with Orientals" by Miss Lentz, teacher in Franklin High School, Seattle (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Education; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 24
A166: "My Experience with Oriental People" by Miss Delano, art teacher in Franklin High School, Seattle (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 24
A167: Copy of a letter sent to Dr. Suzzallo, president of University of Washington regarding exclusion of Japanese (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Public Opinion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 page missing
1 24
A168: Social Document - Interview with A. V. Williams by C. H. Burnett (4 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Gambling, Tongs, Accommodation, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
June 26, 1924
1 24
A169: Interview as Social Document of Atwood A. Kirby by D. H. Johnston (6 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Crime, Tongs, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 18, 1924
1 24
A170: Interview and Social Document of Chas F. Riddell by D. H. Johnston (7 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Crime, Committies; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 24
A171: Life History as Social Document of Long C. Dong by C. H. Burnett (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Tongs, Race Consciousness, Legislation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 28, 1924
1 24
A172: Life History as a Social Document of Bong Chin by C. H. Burnett (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Tongs, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 7, 1924
1 25
A173-A178
Box Folder
1 25
A173: Intermarriage - A Case Study by Miss K. Lentz (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 25
A174: Interview with Mrs. S. Sasabe (4 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Racial Traits, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
May 28, 1924
1 25
A175: Interview with Mrs. Mitsuo Miyagawa, Mrs. Tashiro as interpreter (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Business, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
June 11, 1924
1 25
A176: Interview with Mrs. Nao Tashiro (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Disillusion, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
May 28, 1924
1 25
A177: An Interracial Romance (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 25
A178: Life History and Social Document of Andrew Kan by C. H. Burnett (14 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Business, Religion, Tongs, Family Troubles, Immigration, Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 22, 1924
1 26
A179-A184
Box Folder
1 26
A179: Life History of Kee Low by C. H. Burnett (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Race Consciousness, Marriage, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 4, 1924
1 26
A180: Interview with Mrs. Findly, store-keeper at Eastland, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 26
A181: Life History and Social Document of Lum Ming Tak by C. H. Burnett (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Religion, Tongs, Gambling, Family Problems, Marriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 13, 1924
1 26
A182: Life History as Social Document of J. S. Look by C. H. Burnett (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Race Consciousness, Legislation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
page 7 missing
August 13, 1924
1 26
A183: Life History of Mr. Woo Gen by C. H. Burnett (16 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Good-Will, Race War, Business, Second Generation, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 29, 1924
1 26
A184: Life History and Social Document of Ying Foy - C. H. Burnett (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Tongs, Second Generation, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 11, 1924
1 27
A185-A190
Box Folder
1 27
A185: Interview and Social Document of George T. Meyers by C. H. Burnett (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Family Problems, Marriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 27, 1924
1 27
A186: Life History as a Social Document of Chin Yen by C. H. Burnett (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 24, 1924
1 27
A187: Life History as a Social Document of Chin Cheung by C. H. Burnett (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Marriage, Accommodation, Business, Tongs, Legislation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 21, 1924
1 27
A188: Interview with a young Chinese boy, graduate of Oregon Agricultural College, by C. H. Burnett (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Tongs, Vice and Crime; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 9, 1924
1 27
A189: Life History as a Social Document of Charlie Lui by C. H. Burnett (10 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Lotteries, Tongs, Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 21, 1924
1 27
A190: Interview with Mr. Faris, Deputy Commissioner of Immigration in Seattle by C. H. Burnett (13 pages)
Subjects: Population, Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 6, 1924
1 28
A191-A195
Box Folder
1 28
A191: Life History as Social Document of Law Yow by C. H. Burnett (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Labor, Tongs, Americanization, Race Consciousness, Family Problems; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 12, 1924
1 28
A192: Interview with Mr. Fred H. Lysons, attorney, Seattle - C. H. Burnett (12 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Morality, Marriage, Courtship, Labor, Immigration, Tongs, Superstition; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 29, 1924-August 22, 1924
1 28
A193: Life History and Social Document of Albert King by C. H. Burnett (16 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Tongs, Immigration, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 31, 1924
1 28
A194: Life History and Social Document of Lew Kay by C. H. Burnett (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Tongs, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
page 10 missing
August 29, 1924
1 28
A195: Life History and Social Document of Fred Wong by C. H. Burnett (7 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization, Vocation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 29, 1924
1 29
A196-A200
Box Folder
1 29
A196: Interview with Mrs. M. Furuya (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 3, 1924
1 29
A197: Interview with Mrs. T. Sugihara (4 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Accommodation, Family Problems, Second Generation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 29
A198: The Orientals in the Lumber Industry in the State of Washington by Ronald Olson (23 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: Seattle
1 29
A199: Interview with Mr. Mitchell, re Lake Stevens Strike, and also interviews with others about it, by Ronald Olson (8 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness, Labor; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: Seattle
1 29
A200: General information regarding Ernest Dolge, Inc. (Lumber) by R. L. Olson (visited June 26, 1924) (4 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
June 26, 1924
1 30
A201-A204
Box Folder
1 30
A201: General information re Greys Harbor Commercial Co. (Lumber) by R. L. Olson (visited July 24-26, 1924) (11 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Filipino, Japanese, Hindu; Region: Seattle
July 24, 1924-July 26, 1924
1 30
A202: General information re St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited June 25-26 and August 14-15, 1924) (14 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
June 25, 1924-August 15, 1924
1 30
A203: General information re Crown Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited August 12-13, 1924) (12 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Social Disorganization, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
August 12, 1924-August 13, 1924
1 30
A204: General information re Eatonville Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (23 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Social Disorganization, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 31
A205-A209
Box Folder
1 31
A205: General information re Pacific National Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 16, 1924) (16 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Social Disorganization, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 16, 1924
1 31
A206: General information re The Doty Lumber & Shingle Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 18, 1924) (6 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Accommodation, Standards of Living, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 18, 1924
1 31
A207: General information re The Carlisle Pennell Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (18 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Accommodation, Standards of Living; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 31
A208: General information re Walville Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 20-21, 1924) (22 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Life Histories, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: Seattle
July 20, 1924-July 21, 1924
1 31
A209: General information re Bay City Mill Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 28, 1924) (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Intermarriage, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: Seattle
July 28, 1924
1 32
A210-A216
Box Folder
1 32
A210: General information re N & M Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 22, 1924) (7 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Race Consciousness, Intermarriage, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese, Hindu, Filipino; Region: Seattle
July 22, 1924
1 32
A211: Interview with D. S. Gutabatayao, employed by N & M Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Seattle
1 32
A212: Interview with K. Mori, Japanese Section Foreman, N & M Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 32
A213: Interview with Thomas Masuda, employed by N & M Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 32
A214: Interview with F. K. Kadomiya, cook, employed by N & M Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 32
A215: General information re Fir Tree Lumber Co. by R. L. Olson (visited July 24, 1924) (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Labor, Racial Traits, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 24, 1924
1 32
A216: Interview with George Murakami, Japanese Foreman with Fir Tree Lumber Co. (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 33
A217-A230
Box Folder
1 33
A217: Last Tong War, as told by A. V. Williams (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 33
A218: Interview with Mr. Henry Monroe, attorney (10 pages)
Subjects: Population, Immigration, Social Disorganization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 33
A219: Second interview with Mr. Henry A. Monroe, attorney (6 pages)
Subjects: Gambling, Tongs, Immigration, Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 26, 1924
1 33
A220: Interview with Mrs. Yamoka (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
August 18, 1924
1 33
A221: The Rise of Fong Foo Sec (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 33
A222: Extract from The San Francisco Examiner, "Progeny of Jap-White Union Amaze" (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
November 11, 1922
1 33
A223: Extract from San Francisco Call, "Chinese, White Wife Separate" (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
December 21, 1921
1 33
A224: Extract from The San Francisco Examiner, "Doesn't Want Flappers" (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
March 20, 1923
1 33
A225: Interview with Flora Belle Jan (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
2 copies
1 33
A226: A student in Fresno State College (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Race Consciousness, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 33
A227: Statement by Rev. J. K. Fukushima, Pastor, Japanese Congregational Church, Fresno, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Religion, Americanization, Exclusion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 33
A228: Chinatown Police Squad, Fresno, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Gambling, Agriculture, Women Labor; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 33
A229: Translation from Japanese-American News (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1922
1 33
A230: A Tong Situation in Los Angeles (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 34
A231
Box Folder
1 34
A231: Anti-Jap Society Holds Meeting at Clubrooms (from Hollywood News) (75 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 35
A232-A240
Box Folder
1 35
A232: Life History of R. Chand, of Imperial Valley (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
June 1, 1924
1 35
A233: Life history of a Chinese student (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 35
A234: Life History of Sophie Yamanaka, El Centro, California (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
June 1, 1924
1 35
A235: Interview with Mrs. H. (8 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 35
A236: Adjutant Kobayashi on the Second Generation (4 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 35
A237: Interview with Inder Singh, El Centro, California (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
May 31, 1924
1 35
A238: Case Study of Buddhist Temple in Pasadena (9 pages)
Subjects: Religion, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 31, 1923
1 35
A239: Interview with Esther Wong, native born Chinese, San Francisco (5 pages)
Subjects: Second Generation, Conflicts, Social Customs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 35
A240: Letters from Japanese student to Mrs. Snell (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Second Generation, Conflicts, Social Customs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
September 11, 1922-July 20, 1923
1 36
A241-A245
Box Folder
1 36
A241: Interview with Mrs. Tame Narita, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
June 11, 1924
1 36
A242: Social Document of Pany Lowe interviewed by C. H. Burnett (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Competition and Land, Business, Immigration, Race Consciousness, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
June 5, 1924
1 36
A243: Interview with Mr. Andrew Wu by C. H. Burnett (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 25, 1924
1 36
A244: Interview with Mr. Mar Sui Haw by C. H. Burnett (12 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 26, 1924
1 36
A245: Excerpts from the Report of Mr. Fieldbrave, a worker among East Indians on the Pacific Coast (3 pages)
Subjects: Labor, Education, Legislation; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
1 37
A246-A250
Box Folder
1 37
A246: Life History of Dr. Peter S.---- (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 37
A247: Interview with Dr. F. T. Makaya, Japanese physician (13 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
September 21, 1924 and September 28, 1924
1 37
A248: Interview with Mr. Simioka, Associate Pastor, Japanese N. K. Church, Los Angeles (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 16, 1924
1 37
A249: Life History of Hsin J. Yang (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
November 20, 1924
1 37
A250: Interview with Bob Okazoki (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 38
A251-A253
Box Folder
1 38
A251: Life History of Peter - (8 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 38
A252: Oriental Invading Reserves of Americans - Interview with C. C---- (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 38
A253: Oriental Invading Reserves of Americans - Interview with Miss D--- (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 39
A254-A259
Box Folder
1 39
A254: Interview with Gherkens by Chloe Holt (9 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 8, 1924
1 39
A255: Interview with Mr. & Mrs. Sessions (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 20, 1924
1 39
A256: Interview No. 1 with Mrs. -- (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 39
A257: Interview No. 2 with Mrs. -- (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 39
A258: Interview with Mr. Spaulding (9 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 29, 1924
1 39
A259: Los Angeles County Anti-Asiatic Association on the building of the Japanese churches (2 pages)
Subjects: Conflicts, Conference; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 40
A260-A264
Box Folder
1 40
A260: Correspondence relative to encroachment of Japanese in Sierra Madre (17 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1923-1924
1 40
A261: Data upon Oriental Situation in B.C. (7 pages)
Subjects: Government Statistics; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: British Columbia
1 40
A262: A Case of Intermarriage, Japanese-American (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 40
A263: Interview with Mrs. K. Iseri and Mrs. Takayama (9 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 3, 1925
1 40
A264: Life History of ----- Yamada, California Christian College (9 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 41
A265-A270
Box Folder
1 41
A265: Interview with Mrs. Florence Kojima, General Secretary, Y.W.C.A. Japanese Division of Los Angeles (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 11, 1924
1 41
A266: Story of John Aiso, Japanese pupil elected student body president at Le Conte Junior High School (20 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 41
A267: Life History of S---M---Y--- (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 41
A268: Life History of H----J---- of Los Angeles (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 25, 1925
1 41
A269: Interview with Taro Kanow (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
December 29, 1924
1 41
A270: Life History of J. Lim (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Southern California
1 42
A271-A273
Box Folder
1 42
A271: Life History and Social Document of S. O. Eng (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 28, 1924
1 42
A272: Life History and Social Document of David Young (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 29, 1924
1 42
A273: Hindus in Los Angeles by Willard A. Schurr (33 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Racial Traits, Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
1 43
A274
Box Folder
1 43
A274: Interviews with different people regarding Japanese in Southern California (44 parts)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 44
A275-A277
Box Folder
1 44
A275: Extracts from the Office of the State Farm Labor Agent, University of California (42 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Population; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 44
A276: My Experience on a Ranch - J. P. Weiser (7 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Region: Northern California
1 44
A277: Commonwealth Club Tenancy Studies reported by R.L. Adams (33 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Region: California
April 1923-June 1923
1 45
A278
Box Folder
1 45
A278: The Anti-Japanese League (15 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Communities, Investigations, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 46
A279-A283
Box Folder
1 46
A279: Thesis by Hidesabura Yokoyama (54 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Population, Good-Will, Investigations, Race Consciousness, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 46
A280: Case study of a boy of mixed parentage, from Records of Juvenile Hall and Juvenile Court, Los Angeles (13 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Life Histories, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 46
A281: Jennie's story (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Heritages, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Russian; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 46
A282: Case study of race intermarriage and life history (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Social Disorganization, Communities, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 46
A283: The Japanese in British Columbia by John Nelson (35 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: British Columbia
1 47
A284
Box Folder
1 47
A284: The Japan Times - Message from Japan to America
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Japan
1 48
A285-A288
Box Folder
1 48
A285: Life History of a Japanese (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 pages missing
1 48
A286: Rufugio B's Story (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Heritages; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 48
A287: Nellie F's Story (from Irma Weill) (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 48
A288: Life History of Mr. & Mrs. F. (from Amand M. Chase) (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 page missing
1 49
A289-A293
Box Folder
1 49
A289: Present Estimated Japanese Population in Los Angeles City and County (by Masao Dodo) (4 pages)
Subjects: Population, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 49
A290: What Magazines do the Japanese Read (by Masao Dodo) (7 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 49
A291: Life History of a Philippins Student (from Norma R. Holmes) (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
page 3 missing
1 49
A292: Life History of a Mexican (from Norma R. Holmes) (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 49
A293: Autobiography of Mr. Luke Chess (perhaps the only autobiography of a Chinese in the U.S.) (26 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
page 1 missing
1 50
A294-A297
Box Folder
1 50
A294: General Summary of the Oriental Situation in California Agriculture (12 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Hindu; Region: California
1 50
A295: Language Handicap in the Rural Districts by Ruth Wadsworth Quire (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
2 copies
1 50
A296: Life History of Kazuo Kawai, Los Angeles (20 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
March 2, 1925
1 50
A297: Interview with representatives of produce companies in Los Angeles regarding the effect of the Alien Land Law on the small fruit and vegetable business (13 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
February 27, 1925
1 51
A298
Box Folder
1 51
A298: A group of 13 documents, being interviews with individuals in Los Angeles Chinatown, by Catharine Holt (66 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 52
A299-A307
Box Folder
1 52
A299: Interview with Miss Chiyoe Sumi, Student in Lincoln High School, by Catharine Holt (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 52
A300: Interview with Mrs. Yamada, by Catharine Holt (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 26, 1924
1 52
A301: A Study of the Japanese Fishermen at Curtis Packing Company in Long Beach, by William Kinchelve, University of Southern California (7 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 52
A302: Interview with R. Kado, owner, Sunnyland Nursery, Los Angeles, by Claud Williams (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Racial Traits, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 52
A303: Life History of Paul Hiratzaka, by Robert E. Park and William C. Smith (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 52
A304: Autobiography, Adelaide Kim (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Southern California
1 52
A305: Juan, The Story of a Filipino Boy, by Helen P. Beattie, Highland San Bernardino County (13 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Good-Will, Racial Traits, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
1 52
A306: Interview with attorney Robert Young, of Hollywood, by William C. Smith (2 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 14, 1925
1 52
A307: "Letter of Warning" by Sei Fujii, Los Angeles, translated from the Japanese (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 page missing
July 1923
1 53
A308-A311
Box Folder
1 53
A308: Letter to Mr. George Gleason from Karl C. Darlington (5 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
3 copies
February 15, 1924
1 53
A309: Life histoy of a Japanese college freshman girl (15 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 53
A310: The Life Histoy of a Hawaian-Born Chinese Girl, F - L - by William C. Smith (14 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 53
A311: Life Histoy of Henry Shimonouchi by William C. Smith (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 54
A312-A322
Box Folder
1 54
A312: Interview with Miss Kyo Inouye, Japanese girl, age 18, by Catharine Holt (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 16, 1925
1 54
A313: Interview with Miss Chiyo Otera by Catharine Holt (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
February 17, 1925
1 54
A314: Interview with Miss Hida Watanabe by Catharine Holt (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
February 9, 1925
1 54
A315: Interview with Mr. and Mrs. William S. Yip, by Catharine Holt (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
January 13, 1925
1 54
A316: Interview with Miss Teru Miyamoto, graduate of Los Angeles High School, by Catharine Holt (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
January 10, 1925
1 54
A317: Interview with Miss Esther B. Bartlett of the Y.W.C.A. International Institute, by Catharine Holt (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
December 17, 1924
1 54
A318: Interview with Miss K - K - by Catharine Holt (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 20, 1924 and December 27, 1924
1 54
A319: Interview with H. Otsubo, by William C. Smith (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 54
A320: Interview with Mr. Iseri, by William C. Smith (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 4, 1925
1 54
A321: Life History of K - N - (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
3 copies
1 54
A322: The Life History of H - K - (13 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 1925
1 55
A323
Box Folder
1 55
A323: 20 documents relative to Japanese on Limoneira Ranch, Santa Paula, California (47 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 56
A324-A328
Box Folder
1 56
A324: Questionnaire dealing with agricultural conditions on the Limoneira Ranch, Santa Paula, California (14 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 22, 1924
1 56
A325: Statements issued by the Joint Committee, composed of representatives of the four state organizations - American Legion, State Federation of Labor, State Grange, and Native Sons of the Golden West (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern and Southern California
June 23, 1924
1 56
A326: Statement by Mr. J. M. Campbell, principal of one of the schools in the city of Victoria, B. C., made in a letter to Professor T. H. Boggs (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: British Columbia
May 28, 1925
1 56
A327: Public opinion of the Oriental in San Jose, California (10 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Racial Traits, Communities, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 56
A328: Statement regarding schools in the vicinity of San Jose in the midst of a large foreign population by William C. Allen (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Racial Traits, Communities, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
May 9, 1925
1 57
A329-A336
Box Folder
1 57
A329: Questionnaire dealing with the public schools of Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, by Howard W. Derby, College of the Pacific (16 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 57
A330: The Importance of the Japanese in the Fruit and Vegetable Industry of California, by Melvin Sanguinetti, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (72 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern and Southern California
69 pages missing
1 57
A331: The Attitude of the College Student on the Race Question, by Catharine Ewell; prepared for Professor J. C. Almach, Education Department (13 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1924
1 57
A332: The Part Played by the Japanese in the Beet and Sugar Industry in California and Colorado, by N. T. Nowell, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (25 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern and Southern California, Colorado
Missing
1 57
A333: Cooperative Movement among Japanese Farmers in California, by Yoshio Ichikawa, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (72 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern and Southern California
Missing
1 57
A334: The Disposition of Surplus Earnings of Orientals in America, by K. L. Emerson, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (23 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern and Southern California
Missing
1 57
A335: The Japanese Association of America, by Robert Sinclair Murray, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (39 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 57
A336: The Oriental Pioneer, by Takiji Morimoto (28 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Competition and Land, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 58
A337-A345
Box Folder
1 58
A337: Interview with Professor Y. Ichihashi of Stanford University, by William C. Smith (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 58
A338: How I Came to America - Junito Juarldo (Mexican), by Clive McCall (7 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 58
A339: An Incident Wherein Race Prejudice Prevents the Establishment of a Church in Hollywood, by R. C. Nelson (6 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 58
A340: Interview of William C. Smith with L. R. Bowles of Hollywood (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
April 3, 1924
1 58
A341: Study of the Native Traits of the Japanese, by Lois M. Winkler (13 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Heritages; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 58
A342: A Short Biography of Mamoru Takada, born in 1909, by Masao Dodo (12 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 58
A343: Life History of Norio Osaki (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 58
A344: Japanese Young Men's Associations of Southern California, by Hideo Oyama (25 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 58
A345: Life History of Masao Dodo (31 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Heritages, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 59
A346-A349
Box Folder
1 59
A346: Life History of T. Yoshida (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 59
A347: Life History of Jung Kei Lui (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 59
A348: Life History of A. Suehiro (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 59
A349: A Social Document by Masami Suzuki (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 60
A350-A354
Box Folder
1 60
A350: Life History of an Oriental Student, by H. Fukasu (12 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 60
A351: The Study of a Japanese Family, by H. Fukasu (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 60
A352: My Life History, by Iino, Minoru (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
April 12, 1926
1 60
A353: Life History of an American-born Japanese, by Sayeki, Chiko (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 60
A354: The Second Generation Japanese, by Toyama, Leo (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 11, 1926
1 61
A355
Box Folder
1 61
A355: Proceedings of Annual Conventions of the California State Federation of Labor, Extracts (51 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: California
1909-1926
1 62
unnumbered
Box Folder
1 62
Study of Los Angeles City Plaza - Beatrice K. Weigle (4 pages)
Subjects: History, Vocation, Vice; Ethnicity: Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, Italian; Region: Southern California
Summer 1924
1 62
Letter by Jarold Y. Oda re education (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Education; Ethnicity: Japanese
January 16, 1927
1 62
Life History of Tatsuko Kunichika (14 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese
February 25, 1927
1 62
America First - Concerning Americans of Japanese Ancestry by John Tachibana (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese
1 62
Interview with Mr. and Mrs. William Yip by Catharine Holt (4 pages)
Subjects: Racial Prejudice, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
January 13, 1925
1 62
Japanese Young People in America from "Conversation with a Los Angeles Japanese Minister" by Miss Chloe Holt (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
July 1924
1 62
The High School Student at Riverside (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 62
Memorandum for Mr. Gleason from Gale Seaman, Y. M. C. A. Los Angeles (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
July 1924
1 62
Life History of Yamada (2 pages)
Subjects: Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Hawaii
1 62
A Japanese Church by L. Satoru (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 63
B1-B30
Box Folder
1 63
B1: Economic and social conditions of Japanese in Southern California (54 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B2: Long Beach, "California Japanese Presbyterian Church Matter," clipping from Los Angeles Japanese American (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 63
B3: Clipping from Los Angeles Japanese Daily News, "Gathering of the Pro-Japanese People" (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 63
B4: Statement of G. Bromley Oxnam, Pastor of All Nations Church, Los Angeles (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B5: Letter to the editor (Brawley, California), "News" regarding Mexican beating his wife (2 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B6: Letter from A. W. Swanson regarding Hindu marriage (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B7: Shive Ram, Los Angeles Hindu (1 page)
Subjects: Naturalization; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B8: Report on activities of Japanese fisherman, San Pedro district (10 pages)
Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1922
1 63
B9: Syllabus of lectures, Pacific Slope History, reference to California by Rockwell D. Hunt (6 pages)
Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B10: Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce report regarding Japanese situation (4 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
3 pages missing
1 63
B11: Caste in India by S. G. Pandit (2 pages)
Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
3 copies
1 63
B12: Migration (3 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B13: Extract from The San Francisco Examiner, "Los Angeles Pastor's Daughter Weds Japanese, Dr. Hatsuji Hara" (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B14: Personal sketch of Herman C. Lichtenburger, Probation Department, Los Angeles, and Frank S. Hutton, member of Schweitzer & Hutton, Los Angeles (3 pages)
Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B15: The Japanese family in Southern California (35 pages)
Subjects: Family; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B16: The Study of Criminals among Japanese in Southern California (15 pages)
Subjects: Crime; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B17: Long Beach Japanese Mission Question (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Church, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B18: Report of Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Committee on Japanese Menace to California, Senate Committee on Immigration, Washington, D.C. (7 pages)
Subjects: Immigration; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
March 8, 1924
1 63
B19: Experiences of an American teacher in Japan, letter to George Gleason (3 pages)
Subjects: Immigration; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
accompanied with Japanese newspapers clippings
March 20, 1924
1 63
B20: Harriet Buss Documents (13 pages)
Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
(1) Susie and JoHa, case study of Chinese invalid
Missing
(2) Sao Yong: public school
Missing
(3) Chinese probation case
Missing
(4) Funeral of Chinese woman
Missing
(5) Bakersfield Chinese Mission
Missing
(6) A Wedding in Chinese and American (4 pages)
[See also A108]
(7) Letter from Harriet Buss to Mr. Vaughan MacCaughey (8 pages)
June 23, 1924
1 63
B21: Story given by A. W. Swanson, Imperial Valley (4 pages)
Subjects: Delinquency; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
April 1924
1 63
B22: A Japanese wedding in America (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 2, 1924
1 63
B23: Interview with Miss Margaret Dooher, Americanization teacher (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Korean, Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B24: Los Angeles Chinatown by Clara Gilbert (5 pages)
Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
June 12, 1924
1 63
B25: Interview with J. A. Knapp and A. M. Stanley of Santa Ana (2 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
June 12, 1924
1 63
B26: Interview with a Chinese girl by Chloe Holt (1 page)
Subjects: Second Generation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
June 1924
1 63
B27: Remarks by Rev. S. of Japanese church (1 page)
Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 63
B28: Illegal entry of Chinese by Chloe Holt (1 page)
Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
July 1924
1 63
B29: Interview with Mr. J. N. Hamer re experience with different aliens by Chloe Holt (5 pages)
[See also B170]
Subjects: General; Region: Southern California
July 3, 1924
1 63
B30: Interview with Mr. J. N. Hamer re business dealings with Orientals by Chloe Holt (3 pages)
[See also B170]
Subjects: General; Region: Southern California
July 8, 1924
1 64
B31-B50
Box Folder
1 64
B31: My Life History by Takita, Mitsugi (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
July 14, 1924
1 64
B32: Concerning the Asiatic in America by William M. Bristal (2 pages)
Subjects: General; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: Southern California
2 copies
July 17, 1924
1 64
B33: Clipping from East Side Guardian, Fred T. Beatty, editor (1 page)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
July 18, 1924
1 64
B34: Personal Experiences gathered by George Gleason, Impressions (3 pages)
Subjects: General; Region: Southern California
2 copies
July 23, 1924-August 6, 1924
1 64
B35: Knight Family, Upland, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
July 28, 1924
1 64
B36: Japanese girl at school (1 page)
Subjects: Race Prejudice; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 64
B37: Extract from Supreme Court Reporter (6 pages)
Subjects: Naturalization; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
April 1, 1923
1 64
B38: Extract from Supreme Court Reporter (3 pages)
Subjects: Naturalization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 15, 1922
1 64
B39: Thirteen years experience with Koreans in California (2 pages)
Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Southern California
July 31, 1924
1 64
B40: Interview with Grace Kojima (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
July 31, 1924
1 64
B41: Extract from Illustrated Daily News, "Asiatic Problem also Menace Future of British Columbia" (1 page)
Region: Southern California, British Columbia
2 copies
August 2, 1924
1 64
B42: Life History of Junro Amos Kashitani (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 15, 1924
1 64
B43: Life History of T. Kimoto (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 1, 1924
1 64
B44: Family Difficulties among the Japanese, interview with Rev. T. Kawai (1 page)
Subjects: Family Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 12, 1924
1 64
B45: Family Troubles, by Rev. K. S. Itow (1 page)
Subjects: Family Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 2, 1924
1 64
B46: Hindus and intermarriage (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
1 64
B47: The Japanese in Long Beach (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 2, 1924
1 64
B48: Interview with Jimmie Suzushi, Japanese school boy (1 page)
Subjects: Second Generation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 64
B49: Ten Years Experience with Chinese on Citrus Ranches (2 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
August 2, 1924
1 64
B50: Survey of Races in Citrus District of San Bernardino County, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 8, 1924
1 65
B51-B173
Box Folder
1 65
B51: Interview with John Ando (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Second Generation, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B52: Interview with Rev. T. Kawai on second generation (2 pages)
Subjects: Second Generation, Accommodation, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 12, 1924
1 65
B53: Interview with U. Z. (Japanese) working for an education (difficulties of Japanese college graduates in America) (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 21, 1924
1 65
B54: Interview with Kichi Jo (vocational problem of the college trained man) (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 20, 1924
1 65
B55: Interview with K. I. (reasons for prejudice against the Japanese) (2 pages)
Subjects: Second Generation, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 19, 1924
1 65
B56: Interview with Frank Yura (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 25, 1924
1 65
B57: Interview with T. Kuramido, a business career (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 22, 1924
1 65
B58: Interview with K. Yamamoto, religion and the church (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 25, 1924
1 65
B59: Interview with Rev. Mr. M-------, Japanese minister (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 21, 1924
1 65
B60: Interview with Frank Nakamura, activities of the church and young people's societies (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B61: Interview with Tom Gubbins (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Education; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B62: Interview with Sun (Peter) Lee, use of Chinese language (2 pages)
Subjects: Third Generation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 12, 1924
1 65
B63: Interview with Louise Leung (1 page)
Subjects: Second Generation, Education, Vocational Problems; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
August 15, 1924
1 65
B64: Interview with Julia Suski, language problem (1 page)
Subjects: Second Generation, Family Life, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B65: Interview with Y. Shimanuchi, editor of Los Angeles Japanese American (1 page)
Subjects: Family Life, Vocational Problems, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B66: Interview with Mrs. Kunisaki (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
September 12, 1924
1 65
B67: Life Hisotry of a Japanese by Suzanne McKelvey (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B68: Portion of a letter from Professor James H. Hyde to President Harding, the Japanese question of California (6 pages)
Subjects: Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B69: Interview, Dr. Hewitt, "The Essentials of Mexican Culture" (extracts) (3 pages)
Subjects: Aesthetic Morals; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B70: Interview, Dr. Hewitt, archaeologist (1 page)
Subjects: Agriculture, Labor, Disease; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B71: Interview, Dr. Hewitt, (Doheny Survey) (1 page)
Subjects: Communities, Labor, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B72: Speech, Honorable James H. McLafferty, "The Japanese Question in Connection with the Johnson Immigration Bill" (3 pages)
Subjects: Legislation, Immigration; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B73: Oriental Comment (from Far Eastern Fortnightly (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
September 1, 1919
1 65
B74: American Citizenship Council (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B75: Hybridization of Races (paper) (4 pages)
Subjects: Population, Intermarriage; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B76: Paper, "Just How Wide Should We Open Our Door to Japan?" (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Intermarriage, Population; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B77: Sketch "Mrs. K" Lola E. Brown (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B78: Reminiscences of an Americanization teacher (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B79: Reminiscences of an Americanization teacher (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B80: Sketch "Fred F" by Americanization teacher (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B81: Japanese at Selma, California (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B82: Letter from an Americanization teacher to Vaughan MacCaughey (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B83: Letter from Edwin E. Grant to Immigration Commissioner (1 page)
Subjects: Vice and Crime; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B84: Letter from Rev. William C. Pond to Vaughan MacCaughey (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B85: Interview with prominent orchard man of Livingston, California (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B86: Personal sketch of Paul Scharrenburg (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Conflict; Region: Northern California
1 65
B87: Personal sketch of Torao Kawasaki (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
2 copies
1 65
B88: Personal sketch of Theodore Fieldbrave, Berkeley (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Religion; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
1 65
B89: Extract from letter to Vaughan MacCaughey from Mrs. Whitcher, Americanization teacher, Castroville, California (8 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Religion, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B90: "California's Threatened Hegira of Japanese" by V. S. MacClatchy (4 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, History; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B91: "Livingston" by Mary Naka (11 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Americanization, Populations, Education, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
4 pages missing
1 65
B92: Letter from Japanese citizen of Livingston (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B93: Letter from Suzanne McKelvey regarding Japanese question (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
March 12, 1924
1 65
B94: Sketch "Mrs. I--", Marda McKendrick (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B95: "Mallie Minn" Korean girl by Mrs. Park (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B96: Essay - Japanese Family Problems (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B97: "Mrs. L", sketch by Marda McKendrick (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B98: "Mary", sketch by Marda McKendrick (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B99: Experience with Orientals, by Solomon Blur, University of California, economics professor (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B100: Commonwealth Club of California, minutes of meeting of section on agriculture (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B101: Letter from Bakersfield, California, teacher on contacts with Orientals (2 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B102: Report on Hindus in the United States (4 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, Statistics, Religion; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B103: The Hindus in America (6 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, Race Consciousness, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B104: Chinese and Japanese newspapers in San Francisco (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B105: American Loyalty League, minutes (9 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B106: The history and problem of Angel Island (5 pages)
Subjects: Population, Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 65
B107: Appeal, Supreme Court of U.S. Testing Anti-Alien Land Laws (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Cropping Contract; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B108: Appeal, Supreme Court of U.S. Testing Anti-Alien Land Laws (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Ownership of Stock; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B109: Appeal, Supreme Court of U.S. Testing Anti-Alien Land Laws (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Leasing; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B110: Appeal from U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington to Supreme Court of U.S. (7 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Leasing
Missing
1 65
B111: No Shortage of Orchard Labor by V. S. McClatchy (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Labor; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B112: Translation: Great Northern Daily News, Miller Freeman and the Survey (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Organization of Public; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B113: Points for discussion at the Japanese Conference Committee Meeting (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B114: Japanese population on the Pacific Coast and Mountain States, compiled by the Japanese Conference Committee, San Francisco (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Employment Contract; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B115: Opinion concerning the legality of employment contract - Algernon Crofton (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Employment Contract; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B116: Copy of contract of employment (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Legislation, Employment Contract; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B117: Paper written by Japanese student in reply to Questionnaire on Race Relations (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B118: Interview with S. Kato, pastor of Japanese Christian Church, Berkeley (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B119: Extract from "Diary of Forty-Niner" regarding Chinese (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 65
B120: Report of Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce regarding Japanese question: Conclusions 3-8-12 (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B121: Report of Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce regarding Japanese question: Conclusions 10-11 (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B122: National Industrial Conference Board Report - Immigration Bill is Severely Criticized (3 pages)
Subjects: Legislation; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B123: Contacts of Professor Chas. F. Shaw
Subjects: Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese, Hindu, Armenian; Region: Northern California
Chinese and Japanese (1 page)
Hindus (1 page)
Armenians (1 page)
1 65
B124: Experience of Fresno citizen regarding Japanese
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
18-year-old Japanese schoolboy (2 pages)
Japanese in Fresno High School (1 page)
1 65
B125: Questionnaire on Japanese problems submitted by George Shima, president of Japanese Association of America (132 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B126: Remarks by Miss Rippe, Americanization teacher, Fresno Public Schools, on Oriental children (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B127: "Flora Belle Jan" Chinese flapper of Fresno (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B128: Remarks by Chester Warlow, Fresno Crime Commission on crime conditions (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Vice, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B129: Remarks by O. M. Akers, probation officer for Fresno County (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Delinquency, Disease, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B130: Remarks by Chinatown Police Squad, Fresno (2 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 65
B131: Two schools for Chinese - Mrs. Park (4 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Slave Girls; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
1 65
B132: Interview with Miho Catharine Ota (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B133: Interview with Mrs. Komis Iga (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Competition and Land, Labor, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B134: Interview with Mr. Yaeimachi Sugimachi (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B135: Letter from young woman regarding Japanese question (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Public Opinion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B136: Extract from letter of a teacher in Washington regarding Chinese (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B137: Statement by Bradstreet (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Business; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B138: Japanese Province Club and Business Club (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B139: Seattle Japanese Nurses Association (1 page)
Subjects: Communities, Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B140: The Japanese Laundry Union (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B141: Japanese Labor Union (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B142: Index to the Far Eastern Fortnightly Bulletin of the Far Eastern Bureau (12 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, History; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B143: Extracts from the North American Times, Japanese publication in Seattle (1 page)
Subjects: Population, Immigration; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B144: Report of Japanese A. B. General Contractors (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Statistics; Ethnicity: Japanese, Filipino; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B145: Japanese working for Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroads (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Statistics; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B146: Term paper by Don Greiner, Seattle High School (8 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Public Opinion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B147: Salvation Army Fresh Air Camp for Japanese boys (2 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Communities, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B148: Reply to teacher's questionnaire (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Education; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B149: Supreme Court, Japanese charged with murder in first degree (16 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Crime; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B150: Japan Society Bulletin (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B151: Interview with Mr. Nobuo Hirai (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B152: Questionnaire by S. Minami (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B153: Interview with Mr. Taguchi, farmer, Green Lake District (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B154: Interview with Tanejiro Gima (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B155: Interview with Mrs. Tada Sasaki (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B156: Interview with Mr. T. Matsumura (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Business, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B157: Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Nakata (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B158: Interview with Mr. Abe Gapanese, congregational minister (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B159: Interview with Tatsumi Sato (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B160: Interview with Seichi Konzo (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Industry; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B161: The Japanese May Flower - The Peony (1 page)
Subjects: Heritages; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B162: The American Legion point of view regarding Japanese in Washington (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 65
B163: A Filipino's reply to a sociology questionnaire (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B164: Viewpoint of Thomas N. Swale, lawyer, Seattle, Chairman of Oriental Committee of the National American Legion (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 65
B165: Paper from Seattle High School boy (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B166: Brief interview with two Japanese students who just arrived in the U.S. (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B167: Reply to Life History Questionnaire (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B168: Life History of Student at Bellingham State Normal School (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 65
B169: Interview with Mr. C. S. Whitcomb regarding Japanese labor (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Business; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
September 7, 1924
1 65
B170: Interview with Mr. J. N. Hamer, regarding dealings with Japanese (1 page)
[See also B29]
Subjects: Good-Will, Labor, Business; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
September 13, 1924
1 65
B171: Copy of circular letter in Japanese from Japanese Association urging attendance of school children at School El Monte, California (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B172: Letter from Principal P. J. Cooney of El Monte High to Vaughn MacCaughey (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Education, Agriculture; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 65
B173: Notes gathered by George Gleason at San Diego (1 page)
[See also B29]
Subjects: Illegal Entry; Region: Southern California
September 2, 1924
1 66
B174-B194
Box Folder
1 66
B174: Interview with Miss Oliver, Hewitt Street School, Los Angeles (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Good-Will; Region: Southern California
June 20, 1924
1 66
B175: A case of intermarriage (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
April 22, 1924
1 66
B176: Partial life history of a Japanese girl (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Family Problems; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
August 1924
1 66
B177: Extract from Los Angeles Japanese American (1 page)
Subjects: Investigations, Land Ownership; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
1 66
B178: Detailed information relative to the case of Mr. Shimiza, from Los Angeles Japanese American, Long Beach Japanese church matter (14 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Race Consciousness, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 66
B179: Extract from Hollywood News, "Anti-Jap Society Holds Meeting" (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 15, 1924
1 66
B180: From Hollywood News - "Jap Invasion is Feared in New District" (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 17, 1924
1 66
B181: From Hollywood News "Anti-Jap Meet to be Held Tonight in Legion Club Room" (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
June 18, 1923
1 66
B182: From Hollywood News "Anti-Jap Meet to be Held Tonight" (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 14, 1924
1 66
B183: Extracts from the Vancouver Daily World relating to the Asiatic problem of British Columbia" (8 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Race Consciousness; Region: British Columbia
page 8 missing
1 66
B184: Letter to Mr. George Gleason, regarding Japanese (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Immigration; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 17, 1924
1 66
B185: "Chapterometer" official bulletin of Southern California chapter of Japanese Students Christian Association in North America (9 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 66
B186: Extract from by-laws of Constitution of the Society of American Citizens of Japanese Ancestry (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 66
B187: Japanese population in Los Angeles County (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 66
B188: Japanese and Mexicans in Ventura County, California (11 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 66
B189: Recreation for the Japanese in Los Angeles County (4 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 66
B190: The Japanese Young Men's Association (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
February 6, 1924
1 66
B191: Letter from H. W. Robinson to William C. Smith regarding Long Beach Japanese Church situation (4 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
April 23, 1924
1 66
B192: Cause of Anti-Japanese prejudice in California (13 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 1923
1 66
B193: Letters to teacher (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese, Korean; Region: Southern California
Letter from a Korean student (2 pages)
August 26, 1921
Letter from a Chinese student (1 page)
September 6, 1921
Letter from a Japanese student (1 page)
September 20, 1920
Letter from a Japanese student (2 pages)
January 9, 1922
1 66
B194: Report of two cases of controversies between the Buddhist churches and Christian churches (7 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Religion; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 67
B195-B264
Box Folder
1 67
B195: Life History and Social Document of Mr. Mar, editor, Chinese Star (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness ; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B196: Interview with Mrs. Yoshia Minami, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Family Problems, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B197: Interview with Mrs. Yoshi Okazaki (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will, Accommodation, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B198: Interview with Mrs. Shigesaburo Fukuhara, Mrs. Tashiro, interpreter (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation, Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B199: Life History as Social Document (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Marriage, Race Consciousness, Immigration, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B200: Interview with Mrs. Tsuchiya, Miss Rumsey, interpreter (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Vocation, Marriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B201: Interview as Social Document of David Yue (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B202: Interview with Miss Rumsey, concerning Japanese at Eastland (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B203: Life History as Social Document of Chin Took Hing (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Business, Marriage, Tongs, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B204: Life History of Ben Look (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B205: Life History as a Social Document of John Sueng (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Competition and Land, Contract, Labor, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B206: Life History as a Social Document of Lui Wing (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Chinese Customs, Tongs, Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B207: Life History as a Social Document of F. H. Marr (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Business, Tongs, Gambling, Exclusion; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B208: Life History as Social Document of Loui Youu (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B209: Interview with Miss Tsuruyo Komoriya (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Accommodation, Race Consciousness, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B210: Life History and Social Document of Yong Chin (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B211: Life History as Social Document of Chin Sing (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Legislation, Tongs, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B212: Interview as Social Document of C. W. Bagley (6 pages)
Subjects: History, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B213: Interview as Social Document of C. H. Hanford, judge (3 pages)
Subjects: History, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B214: Life History as Social Document of Kay Yen Wu (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Education, Tongs, Immigration, Second Generation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B215: Fairfax, Washington, Lumber Camp (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Industry, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Portland
Missing
1 67
B216: Interview with Manley Moore Lumber Co. foreman and other employees (14 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B217: Life histories of three employees of Manley-Moore Lumber Co. (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B218: Interview with Mr. T. H. Soo, of China Trading Co., Seattle (12 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Vocation, Business; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B219: Interview with Andrew Kan, of China Trading Co. (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Immigration, Tongs, Family Problems, Gambling; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B220: Life History and Social Document of Woo Bing, Seattle (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B221: General information from employees of Wheeler Osgood Co., Tacoma (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B222: General information regarding employees of Tide Water Mill Co. (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B223: General information regarding employees of Definance Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B224: General information regarding North End Lumber Co. (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B225: General information regarding Foster-Nebegin Lumber Co. (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B226(a): General information regarding McMillin Lumber Co., Seattle (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Race; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B226(b): Interview with Y. Hamaguchi, Japanese foreman (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B227: Interview with T. Matsushita of McMillin Lumber Co. (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B228: General information regarding Nettleton Lumber Co. employees (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B229: Interview with S. Kawamura of Nettleton Lumber Co. (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B230: Various interviews with men connected with Snoqualmie Falls Lumber Company (28 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B231: General information and interviews with men employed by Pacific States Lumber Co., Selleck, Washington (20 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B232: Interviews and general information regarding men employed by White River Lumber Co. (10 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B233: General information and interviews with K. Otani, Japanese foreman of J. P. Guerrier Lumber Co., Forest, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B234: General information re McCormick Lumber Co., McCormick, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B235: Interviews with I. Mori, Japanese foreman, McCormick Lumber Co., Forest, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B236: General information and interviews with Japanese employed by Green River Lumber Co., McIntosh, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B237: General information regarding Des Chutes Lumber Co. Japanese emplyees (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B238: General information re Japanese employees of Lindstrom-Handforth Lumber Co., Rainer, Washington (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B239: General information regarding A. J. West Lumber Co., Junction City, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B240: General information regarding employment of Japanese labor by Schafer Bros. Lumber & Door Co., Montesano, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 67
B241: Interviews on Japanese question at Fresno, California (1 page)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B242: Interviews regarding Japanese question at Fresno, California (8 pages)
Subjects: Accommodation, Americanization, Racial Traits, Agriculture, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B243: Race relations report on Fresno, California, Japanese (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Americanization, Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B244: Report on Armenians at Fresno, California (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities, History, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Armenian; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B245: Report of interviews concerning Armenian labor at Fresno (6 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Agriculture, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Armenian; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B246: Interview with Armenians pastor, Fresno, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Armenian; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B247: Interview with Americanization teacher, Fresno Public Schools (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B248: Fresno Farm Bureau Director's opinion on Japanese and other races (7 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture, Labor, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B249: Report on East Indians at Fresno (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Labor, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 67
B250: San Francisco Journal on "A Chinese Marriage" (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
January 22, 1922
1 67
B251: San Francisco Chronicle "Japanese Matron Prefers America" (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
March 3, 1922
1 67
B252: San Francisco Call "East and West Sometimes Do Meet" (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
December 20, 1923
1 67
B253: Extract from Boston Transcript "The Woman Without a Country" (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Legislation; Region: Northern California
1 67
B254: San Francisco Chronicle "Briton and Japanese Wife ... Celebrate Wedding Anniversary with an Extended Tour" (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
May 22, 1923
1 67
B255: San Francisco Bulletin "Why Japanese and Americans Should not Inter-marry" (3 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
June 15, 1922
1 67
B256: Japanese in Hood River, Oregon and Agitation (4 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Hood River, Oregon
1 67
B257: Interview with Mr. Ishi, Secretary of Japanese Association, El Centro, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B258: Interview with George Maga, Japanese Y. M. (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B259: Interview with E. C. Paris, El Centro, California (1 page)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Hindu and Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B260: Japanese and life insurance (1 page)
Subjects: Accommodation; Ethnicity: Japanese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B261: Life of Senora Ramona Diaz (told by herself) (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B262: Life History of Senora Angelita Avila (as told by herself) (13 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B263: Life History of Francisco Carino (20 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 67
B264: Unpleasant experience of Japanese renting house in Seattle (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
March 13, 1924
1 68
B265-B280
Box Folder
1 68
B265: Interview with Arthur C. Ballard, Auburn, Washington (3 pages)
Subjects: Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
2 pages missing
July 7, 1924
1 68
B266: Interview with Mrs. Arthur C. Ballard, Auburn, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Education; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 page missing
July 13, 1924
1 68
B267: Interview with Rufus R. Upper, Orillia, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Agriculture, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 14, 1924
1 68
B268: Interview with Aaron Neely, Auburn, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Business; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 68
B269: Interview with W. T. Behne, President, First National Bank, Auburn, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Agriculture; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 17, 1924
1 68
B270: Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Truitt, Auburn, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese-Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 26, 1924
1 68
B271: Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Eathel Smith, Auburn, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 68
B272: Interview with Miss Berniece Welch, teacher, Seattle (2 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 24, 1924
1 68
B273: Interview with Mr. C. C. Calavan, cashier, First National Bank (1 page)
Subjects: Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 17, 1924
1 68
B274: Interview with Mr. A. S. McDaniel, Auburn, Washington (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
Missing
1 68
B275: Interview with Mr. W. S. Wiley, Auburn, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Labor; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 26, 1924
1 68
B276: Interview with F. W. Shaughnessy, Auburn, Washington (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 26, 1924
1 68
B277: Interview with C. V. Lochridge, Auburn, Washington (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Agriculture, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
July 26, 1924
1 68
B278: Interview with Wakabayashi, Seattle, Washington (4 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Crime, Vice; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
3 pages missing
July 15, 1924
1 68
B279: Interview with a Chinese man, Seattle (3 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
2 pages missing
July 23, 1924
1 68
B280: Interview with Brockett, Seattle attorney (9 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
6 pages missing
July 17, 1924
1 69
B281-B293
Box Folder
1 69
B281: Interview with John Sullivan, attorney, Seattle (7 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
5 pages missing
July 24, 1924
1 69
B282: Interview with Adam Beeler, attorney (1 page)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Loyalty; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
July 31, 1924
1 69
B283: Interview with Huntoon, attorney (6 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
4 pages missing
1 69
B284: Interview with Monroe, attorney (8 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Moral Code; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
6 pages missing
July 11, 1924
1 69
B285: Interview with Dan Landon (4 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs, Prostitution; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
3 pages missing
July 10, 1924
1 69
B286: Interview with Lt. Olmstead of the Seattle police (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Prostitution, Crime; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 69
B287: Interview with Lt. Detective Kent (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Crime, Prostitution; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 69
B288: Interview with Lt. Justice, Seattle (5 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
3 pages missing
July 16, 1924
1 69
B289: Interview with Williamson, Federal Narcotics Agent (3 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Narcotics; Ethnicity: Chinese-Japanese; Region: Seattle
2 pages missing
July 11, 1924
1 69
B290: Interview with Mr. Patterson, Federal Narcotics Agent (4 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Narcotics; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
3 pages missing
July 31, 1924
1 69
B291: Miscellany (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Tongs; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
1 69
B292: Interview with Walter Metzenbaum, attorney, Seattle (5 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
3 pages missing
August 21, 1924
1 69
B293: Interview with Fred Kato, interpreter of Metzenbaum (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
5 pages missing
1 70
B294-B318
Box Folder
1 70
B294: A Chinese village in a Canadian village (4 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Isolation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B295: Call on editors of Chinese Times (1 page)
Subjects: Communities, Press; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B296: Vancouver riot (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
September 7, 1907
1 70
B297: Visit with Mr. Won Cumyon (2 pages)
Subjects: Immigration, History, Labor; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B298: Interview with Chinese Consul (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Organization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B299: Interview with Miss Coleman, teacher of Chinese boys (8 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Education, Racial Traits, Second Generation; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B300: Index to report on immigration (Chinese) (5 pages)
Subjects: Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B301: Index to Chinese immigration (3 pages)
Subjects: Immigration; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B302: Interview with Mr. Ward, Angelican missionary (2 pages)
Subjects: Immigration, Vice; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B303: Visit to a Reading Club (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Library; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B304: Dinner given by the President of the Chinese Benevolent Association (3 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B305: Visit to Mr. Seto More's home (4 pages)
Subjects: History, Communities, Art; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B306: Call on three Chinese associations (5 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Clubs, Family, Chinese Store; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B307: Interview with Inspector John Jackson, Vancouver Police Force (5 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Vice, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B308: Tour through Chinatown by Mr. Ward and Mrs. Quong (1 page)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Gambling; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B309: Interview with Mr. McDonald, Sheriff, Vancouver (2 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Impressions; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Vancouver
Missing
1 70
B310: Tea with Tamakia Fakuda, a Japanese student at Reed College (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Reflections of a Japanese Girl; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Portland, Oregon
Missing
1 70
B311: The Japanese language schools, California, by Japanese Association (7 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Language School; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 70
B312: Resume of California Anti-Alien Land Legislation (3 pages)
Subjects: Immigration, Legislation; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
Missing
1 70
B313: The Oliver Club, Los Angeles, interview with Miss Nellie Oliver (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 70
B314: Oriental children in school, interview with Miss Nellie Oliver (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 70
B315: Interview with Mrs. -----, Hollywood (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 8, 1924
1 70
B316: Interview with Dr. Bickford, Hollywood (5 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 3, 1924
1 70
B317: Information regarding Quon Gay (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
November 7, 1924
1 70
B318: Interview with Mr. Gibson, Hollywood (2 pages)
Subjects: Heritages; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 28, 1924
1 71
B319-B322
Box Folder
1 71
B319: Interview, name withheld by request (5 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 8, 1924
1 71
B320: Business relations with Japanese (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 71
B321: List of daily newspapers published in California (4 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Region: Southern California
1 71
B322: Stories concerning the Japanese told by Dr. Nina Stephens (6 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 9, 1924
1 72
B323-B326
Box Folder
1 72
B323: Interview with real estate dealers of Hollywood (10 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 20, 1924
1 72
B324: Mexican Homes by C. A. Edsall (2 pages)
Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 72
B325: Interview with two Chinese, "A" and "B" (11 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 72
B326: Extract from Tairiku Nippo, "Miss Raushenbush's Investigation of California Yamato Colonies" (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
October 23, 1924
1 73
B327-B335
Box Folder
1 73
B327: Oriental versus Mexican children in school, interview with Miss James (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
1 73
B328: Items in Los Angeles Times in regard to the Chinese in Los Angeles (10 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
February 15, 1924
1 73
B329: Efficiency of Mexican community in Los Angeles, interview with Wesley Freeman, Assistant Probation Officer (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
August 15, 1924
1 73
B330: Japanese children in school (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 73
B331: Japanese and the Schools - Mrs. A. W. Swanson, El Centro, California (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 73
B332: Interview with A. W. Swanson, El Centro, California (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 73
B333: Interview with A. W. Swanson, on intermarriage (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 73
B334: Stories, experiences, and opinions on why California especially objects to immigration (4 page)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 73
B335: Interview with George N.-- (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
September 29, 1924
1 74
B336
Box Folder
1 74
B336: Questionnaire concerning the younger generation of Japanese immigrants (26 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
14 documents
1 75
B337-B340
Box Folder
1 75
B337: Interview with Mrs. Claud Sparks, former visiting teacher for the California School, Los Angeles (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
December 10, 1924
1 75
B338: Observations on some Japanese children (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 75
B339: Life history of Ine Kotow (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 75
B340: The life history of a Japanese immigrant (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 76
B341-B351
Box Folder
1 76
B341: Odds and Ends: Conversation with Mrs. Root, South Pasadena (4 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Good-Will, Population; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
January 1925
1 76
B342: Rev. E. H. Jones, D. D., former missionary to Japan (1 page)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 76
B343: Burning a Japanese flower shop in Hollywood, interview with Miss Spalding (3 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 26, 1924
1 76
B344: Interview with Mr. E. H. Jones (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 24, 1924
1 76
B345: Interview with Mrs. Jones (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 20, 1924
1 76
B346: Interview with Miss Browning (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 25, 1924
1 76
B347: Interview with Mr. Joyce (1 page)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 21, 1924
1 76
B348: Classified Japanese Institutions in Los Angeles, California (4 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 76
B349: Classified Japanese Institutions in Sacramento, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1 76
B350: Classified Japanese Institutions (Japanese American Directory) (4 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1928
1 76
B351: Classified Japanese Institutions in Seattle, Washington (3 pages)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Seattle
1 77
B352-B358
Box Folder
1 77
B352: Interview with Mr. Walter Wong (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Seattle
August 25, 1924
1 77
B353: Letter to Mr. J. Merle Davis (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 13, 1923
1 77
B354: Letter from B. S. Haworth (3 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
September 18, 1923
1 77
B355: Letter to H. J. Bard (3 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, Americanization, Race Consciousness, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
April 3, 1923
1 77
B356: Letter to Professor C. E. Rugh from William Greenwell, Principal of Lincoln School, Oakland (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
November 13, 1923
1 77
B357: Life history of a Maltese immigrant (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Maltese; Region: Northern California
2 copies
1 77
B358: Life history of Rosalie Alioto Castelloni (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Italian; Region: Northern California
1 77
B359: Autobiography of a Swiss immigrant (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Swiss; Region: Northern California
1 78
B360-B376
Box Folder
1 78
B360: Mr. T. Matzimoto: biography, San Diego, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Life Histories, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 78
B361: Mr. T. Kumamoto: biography, Los Angeles, California (1 page)
Subjects: Communities, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 78
B362: Shigira Kanamine: biography (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 78
B363: Toshiyo Kanamine: biography (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization, Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 78
B364: Autobiography of Leo Truttmann (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Swiss; Region: Northern California
1 78
B365: Lists of magazines for women and the corresponding types to American magazines (1 page)
Subjects: Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 78
B366: Mexican life history (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Southern California
Missing
1 78
B367: Interview with Mrs. Suzuki, Matron of the Japanese Y.W.C.A., Los Angeles (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 9, 1924
1 78
B368: Letter to President R. L. Wilbur from common laborer (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Mexican; Region: Northern California
March 27, 1925
1 78
B369: Jottings from the "Columbian" (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: British Columbia
Missing
1 78
B370: Chinese lotteries in San Jose, California (5 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
letter and sketch
March 18, 1925
1 78
B371: Letter to Professor Eliot G. Mears regarding the number of British Indians in the three Pacific Coast states or in British Columbia (1 page)
Subjects: Population; Ethnicity: East Indian; Region: Northern California
March 16, 1925
1 78
B372: Will of Takazo Taktsuji as translated by Ishie (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 78
B373: Letter to the editor, The Imperial Valley Press (2 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Population; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
1 78
B374: Classification by courses of Oriental students, University of California (1 page)
Subjects: Population; Ethnicity: Chinese, Filipino, Hindu, Japanese; Region: Northern California
1924-1925
1 78
B375: Intermarriage of Mr. Suyetomi, interview with Mr. H. Otsubo of Hollywood, by William C. Smith (1 page)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 78
B376: Family Problems among Japanese in American - interview with Mr. H. Otsubo, by William C. Smith (2 pages)
Subjects: Heritages, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 78
B377: Work on New Mission is Started - Pasadena Evening Post (4 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
October 18, 1923
1 79
B378-B381
Box Folder
1 79
B378: Visits of American-born to Japan (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 79
B379: Life History of a Japanese by Anna L. White (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 79
B380: Life History of Harry Kawano by Eleanora Vossler (11 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 79
B381: My Autobiography - Miss Shibayama (10 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
December 11, 1924
1 80
B382-B386
Box Folder
1 80
B382: Interview with Joe Hirai, by William C. Smith (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1 80
B383: Dr. Gladys Shahovitch, County Health Officer, Los Angeles County, by Chloe Holt (2 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Mexican; Region: Southern California
February 3, 1925
1 80
B384: Life History of a Chinese, by Gladys M. Leonard (3 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
1 80
B385: Canada and the Orient (excerpts from The Canadian Magazine (3 pages)
Subjects: Population, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: British Columbia
November 1922
1 80
B386: The Japanese Standard of Living, by Velva Darling, under the direction of Eliot G. Mears (8 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese, Japanese; Region: Northern California
2 1
B387-B392
Box Folder
2 1
B387: The Japanese Relations Committee of California makes statement to the people of California in connection with the proposed initiative amending the Alien Land Law of 1913 (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Population; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
1913
2 1
B388: Can California Do Without Japanese - released by the California Joint Immigration Committee (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 1
B389: Memorandum of recommendations of sub-committee appointed at the conference between Viscount Shibusawa and the Japanese Relations Committee (5 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will, Population; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
2 1
B390: Congress and Japan - text of a letter concerning the attitude of Japan in connection with the action of Congress excluding as immigrants aliens who are ineligible for American citizenship (9 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese
July 25, 1924
2 1
B391: Immigration Laws Cannot Stop Them - released by California Joint Immigration Committee (2 pages)
Subjects: Population; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
2 1
B392: Japan, Geneva and Congress - released by California Joint Immigration Committee (5 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese
October 20, 1924
2 2
B393-B399
Box Folder
2 2
B393: Japan's Cure for Dual Citizenship, released by California Joint Immigration Committee (3 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese
November 17, 1924
2 2
B394: Crops Improved Under Whites, released by the California Joint Immigration Committee (1 page)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
November 18, 1924
2 2
B395: "Tourist Brides" from Japan, released by California Joint Immigration Committee (2 pages)
Subjects: Population; Ethnicity: Japanese
November 18, 1924
2 2
B396: An Appeal to the Japanese Vote, released by California Joint Immigration Committee (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese
November 12, 1924
2 2
B397: Letter - from V. S. McClatchy to Dr. Sidney L. Gulick (2 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
May 19, 1925
2 2
B398: Letter - from V. S. McClatchy to Eliot G. Mears (2 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
July 23, 1925
2 2
B399: Letter - from Eliot G. Mears to the Bureau of Immigration (1 page)
Subjects: Investigations, Population; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Filipino; Region: Northern California
May 18, 1925
2 2
B399: Letter - from Harry E. Hull, Commissioner General to Eliot G. Mears regarding immigration (2 pages)
Subjects: Investigations, Population; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Filipino; Region: Washington D.C.
June 4, 1925
2 3
B400-B405
Box Folder
2 3
B400: Letter from F. M. Hudson, Secretary of the Produce Exchange of Los Angeles, to Eliot G. Mears (5 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
October 31, 1924
2 3
B401: Extract: The San Francisco Examiner - 500 Chinese Students in City School (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
October 18, 1925
2 3
B402: Extract, San Francisco Chronicle - Goto Attacks U.S. Stand on Colonization (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese
May 25, 1925
2 3
B403: Extract - Columbus Dispatch, Columbus Citizen, and Ohio State Journal, concerning a projected Japanese colony in Ohio (2 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Ohio
2 3
B404: Story of Ling Joe of Tulare, California, by Rev. Benjamin Gould (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
July 3, 1924
2 3
B405: Case of Woman Raj Kaur, by H. V. White, Stockton, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: East Indian; Region: Northern California
July 17, 1924
2 4
B406-B410
Box Folder
2 4
B406: Letter - from Mr. Richard R. Perkins, General Secretary, Y. M. C. A. of San Francisco, to Vaughan MacCaughey (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese, Filipino; Region: Northern California
May 9, 1924
2 4
B407: Report of Committee to Questionnaire on the subject of "The Oriental and Property Values in San Jose, A Problem in City Planning and Expansion" (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
October 17, 1924
2 4
B408: Letter from Elbert E. Chandler, Occidental College, Los Angeles, to George Gleason (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Hindu; Region: Southern California
May 2, 1924
2 4
B409: Hearing before the Committee on Immigration, U.S. Senate, S 2576 (4 pages)
Subjects: Legislation, Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Asian
1924
2 4
B410: Statement relative to Oriental gambling in Northern California (source unknown) (4 pages)
Subjects: Social Disorganization; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Northern California
2 5
B411-B423
Box Folder
2 5
B411: The Japanese situation in Turlock County, California, during the Melon Harvest (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
July 1921
2 5
B412: Population and occupation of Filipinos and Chinese in San Joaquin County, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Population; Ethnicity: Chinese, Filipino; Region: Northern California
2 5
B413: Questions asked regarding Orientals at talk by Eliot G. Mears at the First Congregational Church, Oakland, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Northern California
May 24, 1924
2 5
B414: Extract from Illustrated Daily News, Los Angeles, California, "Asiatic Problem also Menaces Future of British Columbia" (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: British Columbia
Missing
August 2, 1924
2 5
B415: Study of vote cast in 1920 on Alien Land Law (5 pages)
Subjects: Investigations; Ethnicity: Asian; Region: California
1920
2 5
B416: The Koreans in Southern California (8 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Southern California
2 5
B417: The Place of the Korean in the Industrial Life of Los Angeles by Adelaide Kim (a Korean girl) (6 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Korean; Region: Southern California
2 5
B418: Life History of Chan Yue Wong by Lorena Sperry (5 pages)
Subjects: Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 5
B419: The Younger Versus the Older Chinese in San Francisco - by Chan Yue Wong (8 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Northern California
2 5
B420: Japanese-American Intermarriage by E. K. (6 pages)
Subjects: Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 5
B421: Autobiography of a Japanese student (7 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 5
B422: Miss C - by Masao Dodo (6 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 5
B423: Life History of Kawaguchi, Kenichi (18 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 27, 1925
2 6
B424-B430
Box Folder
2 6
B424: Story of Ung Soy Afook by Curtis E. Avery (6 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 copies
2 6
B425: A Thumb Portrait of My Life History in Relation to America, by Magdaleno A. Abaya (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Filipino; Region: Southern California
2 6
B426: Interview with June Goto by William C. Smith (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 20, 1925
2 6
B427: Life history - Japanese (2 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 6
B428: Life History of Reverend Paul Tamura (4 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 6
B429: Autobiography of Shigeru Okada, Occidental College, Los Angeles (8 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
August 3, 1925
2 6
B430: The Acculturation of Japanese Girls in California by Shizuko Kawasaki (9 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
p. 9 missing
2 6
B431: Life history of Shizuko Kawasaki (12 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B432-B446
Box Folder
2 7
B432: The Japanese Free Methodist Mission of Los Angeles, by Mr. Dodo (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B433: The Social Welfare Works of the Japanese M. E. Mission, by Masao Dodo (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B434: Interview with Reverend Paul Tamura (2 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
2 7
B435: Pasadena Buddhists, interview with Reverend Paul Tamura (1 page)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B436: The Japanese Churches in Los Angeles, by Marion Zook (4 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B437: Los Angeles Japanese Reformed Church, by Edna Vickstrom (4 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B438: The Baptist, Chicago, Work Among the Hindus, by Theodore Fieldbrave (3 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Hindu
January 24, 1925
2 7
B439: Notes on the Japanese Community of San Diego, by Miss Mollie Baker (14 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Competition and Land, Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B440: Life of the Japanese People in Montebello, by Miss Mollie Baker (10 pages)
Subjects: Communities, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 15, 1925
2 7
B441: Interview with Mrs. K. S. Young, American-born Chinese woman, by Catharine Holt (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
April 17, 1925
2 7
B442: Interview with Peter Soohoo by William C. Smith (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
August 7, 1925
2 7
B443: The Life History of Edward L. C., as written by himself (13 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 7
B444: Interview with Mr. Wong (Si Fu?), by Catharine Holt (1 page)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
July 29, 1924
2 7
B445: Report on "Young People's Week," conducted by The Federation of the Japanese Young Men's Associations of Southern California, by Masao Dodo (23 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Communities; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
April 5, 1925-April 11, 1925
2 7
B446: Interviews regarding Melba Yonemura, mixed Japanese-American high school girl by Catharine Holt (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
Missing
2 8
B447-B460
Box Folder
2 8
B447: Oriental Bits - by Marion Harrison (4 pages)
Subjects: Heritages, Intermarriage; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B448: Experiences with Orientals - El Koempel (5 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B449: The Receding Menace (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Race Consciousness; Ethnicity: Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B450: My Knowledge of the Japanese and Filipinos, by M. Gardiner (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization, Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese, Filipino; Region: Southern California
2 8
B451: Personal Experiences with the Orientals by Curtis Smith (3 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land; Ethnicity: Japanese, Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B452: Some Japanese Families in Southern California, by Constance Ricketts (4 pages)
Subjects: Racial Traits; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B453: The Oriental as I Have Known Him, by Kathryn E. Avery (3 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Korean, Chinese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B454: Relations with Orientals, by James N. Ewart (4 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B455: My Experiences with Orientals, by Fannie W. Boyd (2 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B456: Letter to Professor Eliot G. Mears from George W. Hinman (5 pages)
Subjects: Good-Will; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
May 8, 1925
2 8
B457: Letter to Professor Eliot G. Mears from Dean E. D. Merrill, College of Agriculture, California (2 pages)
Subjects: Competition and Land, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
March 18, 1925
2 8
B458: Problems of Second Generation by F. K. Sakuda (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B459: My Life History, by L. Toyama (5 pages)
Subjects: Life Histories, Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
2 8
B460: Correspondence regarding Miss Fumie Yanagisawa, a 13-year-old American-born Japanese, who was awarded First Prize in the contest conducted by the American Legion for the best essay on "Patriotism" (5 pages)
Subjects: Americanization; Ethnicity: Japanese; Region: Southern California
1926

ConflictsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
2 9
C1: My Family History - Kimiko Marion Mukaye (6 pages)
2 9
C2: Life History (10 pages)
2 9
C3: Vocational Opportunity of a Second Generation Japanese - Kazuo Kawai (8 pages)
2 copies
2 9
C3: Vocational Prospects of a Second Generation Japanese (10 pages)
2 copies
2 9
C4: Intermarriage -- Japanese-American by William C. Smith (13 pages)
2 9
C5: Story told by Harry Chandler to Dr. Bird and Mr. Gleason (2 pages)
June 5, 1924
2 9
C6: Excerpts from "Library Work with the Japanese" by Marion Horton, Principal of the Los Angeles Library School, Library Journal (3 pages)
February 15, 1922
2 9
C7: Letter from Nellie C. Oliver to Miss Jasmine Britton, Supervisor, Elementary School Libraries, Los Angeles, California (7 pages)
2 9
C8: Interview with Miss Rachel C. Clark by V. Young (10 pages)
August 5, 1924
2 9
C9: Miscellaneous interviews (3 pages)
1924
2 9
C10: East San Pedro Japanese Colony - interview by William C. Smith (9 pages)
March 5, 1924
2 9
C11: Unknown
Missing
2 9
C12: Letter from June Goto to William C. Smith (9 pages)
August 18, 1928

Life Histories of StudentsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
2 10
Life History Questionnaires (samples)
2 11
University of Southern California, DS1-DS18
2 12
University of Southern California, DS19-DS53
2 13
University of Southern California, DS54-DS90
2 14
University of Southern California, D1-D55
2 15
University of Southern California, D56-D100
2 16
University of Hawaii, H1-H16
2 17
University of Hawaii, H17-H25
2 18
University of Hawaii, H26-H36
2 19
University of Hawaii, H37-H46
2 20
University of Hawaii, H47-H65
2 21
University of Hawaii, H66-H90
3 1
Normal School Honolulu, N1-N20
3 2
Normal School Honolulu, N21-N48
3 3
Normal School Honolulu, N49-N70
3 4
Normal School Honolulu, N71-N97
3 5
Normal School Honolulu, N98-N129
3 6
Normal School Honolulu, N130-N171
3 7
Normal School Honolulu, N172-N214
3 8
Normal School Honolulu, N215-N248
3 9
Normal School Honolulu, N249-N270
3 10
St. Louis College on Oahu, SL100-SL158
3 11
St. Louis College on Oahu, SL159-SL192
3 12
Hilo High School, HH2-HH45
3 13
Hilo High School, HH46-HH77
3 14
Hilo High School, HH78-HH125
3 15
Hilo High School, HH126-HH186
3 16
Hilo High School, HH189-HH257
4 1
Honokoa High School, HA1-HA2
4 2
Honokoa Junior High School, HJ1-HJ55
4 3
Honokoa Junior High School, HJ56-HJ114
4 4
High School, Japanese, J1-J48
4 5
Japanese High School, Honolulu, JH100-JH154
4 6
Japanese High School, Honolulu, JH155-JH196
4 7
Labainaluna High School, Maui, L1-L11
4 8
Labainaluna High School, Maui, L12-L24
4 9
Laupahoehoe Junior High School, LJ1-LJ59
4 10
Labainaluna High School, Maui L25-L41
4 11
Laupahoehoe Junior High School, LJ60-LJ94
4 12
Maui High School, M1-M39
4 13
Maui High School, M40-M61
4 14
McKinley High School, MK1-MK28
4 15
McKinley High School, MK29-MK54
4 16
McKinley High School, MK55-MK92
4 17
McKinley High School, MK93-MK118
4 18
McKinley High School, MK119-MK154
4 19
McKinley High School, MK155-MK212
4 20
McKinley High School, MK301-MK326
4 21
McKinley High School, MK402-MK413
5 1
McKinley High School, MK414-MK4445
5 2
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu, MP1-MP11
5 3
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu, MP26-MP40
5 4
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu, MP12-MP25
5 5
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu, MP41-MP52
5 6
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu (unnumbered)
5 7
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu (unnumbered)
5 8
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu (unnumbered)
5 9
Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu (unnumbered)

MiscellaneousReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
5 10
Adams life histories; Survey of race relations
5 11
Life histories; Survey of race relations
5 12
Race survey (miscellaneous); Survey of race relations
5 13
Stepchild questionnaires; Survey of race relations
5 14
Chinese; Survey of race relations
5 15
Race survey (Series MP); Survey of race relations
5 16
Miscellaneous interviews with and essays by Orientals; and publications
5 17
Survey of race relations; Preliminary report of "The Second Generation Oriental-American" by William C. Smith, Los Angeles, California
5 18
Race survey; Survey of race relations
5 19
Questionnaires, etc.; Race survey; Survey of race relations
5 20
Farm experiences - Mears documents; Survey of race relations
5 21
Survey of race relations; Reports on the Chinese community, San Francisco, California
5 22
Duplicate of Seattle documents Stanford; Survey of race relations
5 23
Survey of race relations; reports R1-R53
5 24
Survey of race relations; reports R54-R63
6 1
State Library
6 2
Newspaper clippings [Manila folder]
6 3
Miscellaneous interviews [no folder]
6 4
MK223-MK400 [Manila envelope]
6 5
Miscellaneous papers interviews? [no folder]
6 6
Hollywood
6 7
Index cards bound together with pink string [no folder]
6 8
Book: Americans in Process by Smith
6 9
Index cards bound in cardboard box [no folder]

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Asian Americans
  • Emigration and immigration law--United States
  • Immigrant children--California--Biography
  • Immigrant children--Hawaii--Biography
  • Mexican Americans
  • Personal Names :
  • Park, Robert Ezra, 1864-1944
  • Smith, William Carlson, 1883---Americans in the making
  • Smith, William Carlson, 1883---Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Hawaii--Race relations
  • Pacific Coast (U.S.)--Race relations