Japanese American National Museum
One hundred thirty paintings, covering various topics, including: Japanese American internment in Camp Jerome and Camp Rohwer in Arkansas; his life and work as an artist in France; landscape studies of various locations in California, France, and Mexico; and paintings of figures, portraits, and Christian allegories
Milwaukee Jewish Historical Society
Photographs depicting the horrors of Dachau -- Also includes a photograph of naval personnel on warships, and miscellaneous photographs taken in France and Germany during 1944-1945
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, diary, and writings, relating to Hirai's immigration to the U.S., life in Los Angeles, Calif., and internment at Tule Lake Relocation Center, Calif., during World War II
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Holocaust survivor. Liberated from Buchenwald on 16 Mar. 1945, and emigrated to the United States
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Includes ms., "Crimes of Dachau"; photographs of the liberation of a subcamp of the Struthof concentration camp near Hailfingen, Germany (part of Rottenburg am Neckar); and two copies of posters by M/Sgt. Jack Bessee
Holocaust Center of Northern California
Wehrpass (service record) for E. Graf; Dachau commemoration book; and one issue of "Lightning", the newspaper of the 78th Infantry Division, U.S. Army (probably from 1945)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, agendas, financial records, membership lists, histories, press releases, publications, including Japanese American newspapers, resolutions, legislative bills, questionnaires, photos, and other printed materials, relating to Japanese American Citizens' League (JACL) and its local groups, including Midwest District Council and Cleveland Chapter, collected by Tanaka and generated during his presidency (1970-1974). Topics include civil rights for Japanese Americans and other minorities, Japanese culture, evacuation, camp life, and resettlement during World War II, claims for losses, and political activity
Japanese American National Museum
Consists of correspondence -- Correspondents include government agencies such as the Army Service Forces and the U.S. Dept. of Justice. Also includes an affidavit, compensation claims, and power of attorney papers


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