Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Cambridge: Bulletin of concerned Asian scholars, 1971. 176p., 8.5x11 inch staplebound wraps, small corner crease faintly stained. Back cover is decorated with pickup-truck / Jesuits-in-China pastiche, this signed 'Norman Rockwell.' Quarterly journal in magazine format. This issue's cover stories: Complete interview with Chou En-lai; Indochina Women's conference; Researching the Huks;.....
Los Angeles: National Coalition for Redress / Reparations, 1996. [16p.], staplebound program booklet for the 15th annual "Day of Remembrance," 8.5x11 inches, very good. The Coalition was formed in 1980 in Los Angeles to demand belated compensation for Japanese Americans who had been interned in the 1940s.
San Francisco: Japan Society of San Francisco; Consulate General of Japan, with the cooperation of the Society for Asian Art and the San Francisco Ballet, 1959. [16p.], staplebound wraps, overwrap of Japanese Haruki paper with printed title, untrimmed edges. Program for the event, including several ads for local Japanese restaurants.....
Hagerman, ID: National Park Service U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minidoka National Monument, 2003. 8p. including covers, 11.25x13.5 inches, illustrated with b&w photos and a map/plan of the camp, very good in original semigloss wraps. Oversized newsletter of articles, photos, plans and news concerning the internment camp in Hagerman, Idaho.....
San Francisco: San Francisco Nikkei in Education, 1985. [3p]8.75x11.25 inches, very good printed program in stapled color pictorial covers. Program for a dinner honoring award recipients Katherine Morooka Reyes, Shun Ochi, Helen Hori, Grace Kuwada Novitski, Kaz Maruoka, and James Oka.
n.p. [Blue Triangle Network], [200-]. 8.5x11 inch thin card for placing in windows or elsewhere, reprinting the iconic sign from the Japanese internment, overstamped with a vow to prevent its repetition. These were distributed by the Blue Triangle Network, afiliated with the RCP, in defense of Muslim immigrants after 9/11.....
Los Angeles: Pacific Trading Co., 1936. 2 different invoices, each 1 sheet 8.5x7 inches oblong, English and Japanese. Handwritten Japanese text for items and prices. The head office for this company was in San Francisco, with a branch in Sacramento and a fertilizer plant in Los Angeles.