T.A. WAR COLLECTION: “Japanese Watch Bulletins as the War Starts” (1941)

“Japanese in Little Tokyo are shown watching bulletins as the war started. Here is a bulletin posted on a wall of one of the buildings. “Our people are stunned by this,” said Carl Ikamure (the man nearest the bulletin). “We can’t believe the Japanese government would order such a bombing at this time.” Similar statements […]

CALIFORNIA COLLECTION: Agriculture Workers – “Jap Labor” (1906-1911)

“Jap laborers and white foremen”. [Japanese laborers and white foremen in a field.] Japanese, San Jose. [Children in street.] Jap farm laborers. Wife and son. [Japanese mother and son working in a field.] “Jap beet workers near Woodland”. [Japanese laborers tilling a field.] “Jap bed”. [Makeshift shelter for Japanese farm laborers.] Contributing Institution: The Bancroft […]