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Cornell (John B.) papers: Questionnaires, field notes, and statistics, relating to demographic characteristics of Japanese emigrants to the Noroeste region of Brazil. Includes studies summarizing findings, and a case study of Japanese in Getulina, São Paulo State.
Inventory of the Crawford F. Sams papers: The Crawford F. Sams papers contain correspondence, orders, speeches and writings, research data, printed matter, certificates, and photographs relating to American military medical activities in the Middle East during World War II, American military medical activities in the Korean War, Allied public health activities in occupied Japan, and scientific research on the effects of radiation.
The Hoji Shinbun Digital Collection is currently the world’s largest online archive of open-access, full image Japanese American and other overseas Japanese newspapers in Asia and South America. Image content in this collection is accompanied by OCR-generated text where possible, thus rendering the text searchable. The holdings of each title are browsable by date, title, and publication place, with each title cross searchable with other titles on the platform. The nature of the newspapers varies significantly from community-focused to political or military propaganda depending on the political conditions and target readership.
Voices from the Archives Japanese American Internment, 1942–1946 Exhibit