Petition for Reunion of Our Family Members

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Title

Petition for Reunion of Our Family Members

Description

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."

Coverage

Fort Lincoln Internment Camp
Bismarck, North Dakota
Guadalupe, California

Date

March 17, 1942

Contributor

Barbara Kikuko Finn

Subject

Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945

Format

Letter

Language

English and Japanese

Type

Document

Identifier

USA-CA-11172012-A0011-037

Rights

The Re/Collecting Project is an ethnic studies memory project of California’s Central Coast, documenting the diverse and under-documented communities of the region. Images were digitally reproduced from private collections of individuals and families. Copyright remains with original owners.



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Preferred citation:

[Identification of Item]. The Re/Collecting Project. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

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Citation

“Petition for Reunion of Our Family Members,” The Re/Collecting Project , accessed January 17, 2022, http://reco.calpoly.edu/items/show/483.

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