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These are four pages that Ken Kitasako had written from camp, representing four different letters to notify War Relocation Authority to dispose of items.

Includes twelve-page inventory list for both Butch and Ken Kitasako.

Two letters written for issei C. M. Otoy and Yojiro Oishi by Ken Kitasako, an American-born nisei. Ken Kitasako was in camp when he wrote these letters to the Assistant to the Attorney General, testifying to their character.

Shiye Kitasako (Barbara Finn's grandmother) immigrated from Japan to United States in 1904.

Documents relating to the petition for reuniting Makino family. Seven documents from their reunion process. One is a hand-written letter in Japanese with envelope. Set also includes letters to Department of Justice.

Michiko Aoki's mother and father (Mr. and Mrs. Makino) were separated during the internment of Japanese Americans. Ken Kitasako helped write letters on behalf of separated families. Stamped on the envelope: "Detained Alien Enemy Mail, Examined."

Wedding portrait for Tad and Michiko Aoki (formerly Makino).

Portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Sato.

Toshiko and Massy Tomooka were from Santa Maria, California. Massy's father was owner of Santa Maria Produce.

Mr. and Mrs. Saka with four children. The Saka's were good friends with the Kitasako's.

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