"A bibliography of titles in the California State University, Sacramento, Library."
Vols for 1969-1972 issued by the University under its earlier name: Sacramento State College
Vols. for 1969- compiled by John Liberty
Aiura, Kiyo [aacr2]; Noji, Oliver K. [aacr2]; Concentration camps -- California [lcsh]; Tule Lake Relocation Center [lcna]; Weddings [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh];
Asian American legislators; Legislators -- California; Matsui, Brian; Matsui, Doris; Matsui, Robert T., 1941-; United States. Congress -- Elections;
NBC Nightly News broadcast of Robert Matsui's introduction as a freshman congressman in the 96th congress. Follows Representative Matsui from his office in Sacramento to Capitol Hill . Includes a short biography of Matsui.
Concentration camps -- California [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Social life and customs [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Tule Lake Relocation Center [lcna]; Weddings [lcsh];
Tule Lake Directory reads (p. 233) "Miss May Asai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shohei Asai, was married to Hachiro Shinbo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hachiemon Shinbo on Saturday, August 28, with Rev. Naito officiating. Miss Asai who is a R.N. at the Base...
Concentration camps -- Colorado [lcsh]; Granada Relocation Center [lcna]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Koike, Koginu [aacr2];
The inscriptions, "KK", "Koike" and "28013" are painted on trunk and represent the family name and number assigned by the War Relocation Authority (WRA). The Koike family lived in Sacramento prior to World War II. Mr. Fukunosuke Koike arrived in...
Concentration camps -- United States [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Found objects (Art) [lcsh]; Woodwork [lcsh]; Furniture [lcsh];
Table made by Mr. Tokieko while in an assembly center before transferring to Jerome Relocation Center in Arkansas. He made this table for neighbors in Compton, California who nursed his youngest daughter to health when she was ill.
Concentration camps -- Utah [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Found objects (Art) [lcsh]; Central Utah Relocation Center -- Pictorial works [lcna]; Kitchen utensils [lcsh];
Mr. Kurosawa was formerly a carpenter foreman. At Topaz Relocation Center, he became a block boiler man. On a hike, he picked up some abandoned animal traps. Using the boiler fire, he shaped the metal into knife blades. The handles were made from...
Japanese American men -- California -- Sacramento [lcsh]; Schools, Japanese [lcsh]; Language schools [lcsh];
Clearing field in order to build a Japanese language school located in the Riverside area of Sacramento. Recognized persons in photo: Togo Yasuda, Niro Sunada, Dr. Goro Muramoto, Harry Ikemoto, Bacon Imai, Muramoto, Ed Ikemoto, and Mr. Ishimoto.
Japanese Americans -- California -- Florin [lcsh]; Factories [lcsh]; Basket makers [lcsh];
Mr. Masuda worked as manager of the Florin Basket Factory. Grapes were packed into baskets and then put into crates. Pictured here is the caucasian boss and a few workers who oversee the work of the immigrants from Japan. Note that the workers were...
Japanese Americans -- California -- Sacramento [lcsh]; Agriculture -- California [lcsh]; Matsuoka, Professor [aacr2]; Japanese Americans -- Education --California [lcsh];
Lecture held at the Mayhew Community Center. Identified: Front row, Mrs. Matsumoto, Kinue Iwasa, Mrs. Igarashi, Reverend Igarashi, Professor Matsuoka, unidentified, unidentified, Mr. Sakuma; Second row, Mr. Furuike, Sadao Fred Matsumoto, Richard...
Japanese Americans -- California -- Sacramento [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- History [lcsh]; Japanese American business enterprises [lcsh]; New Eagle Drug Store [aacr2]; Ishii, Mr. [aacr2]; Agnes Hospital (Sacramento, Calif.) [aacr2]; Miyakawa, Mr....
New Eagle Drug Store was owned by Mr. Ishii. Agnes hospital was above the drug store. The hospital was owned by Mr. Miyakawa. Next door to the New Eagle Drug Store was Fujii 5 and 10 cent store, next to that was Tamagawado.