Outcasts! The story of America's treatment of her Japanese-American minority
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- Outcasts! The story of America's treatment of her Japanese-American minority
Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.)
Foote, Caleb, 1917-2006
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Correspondence, writings, and printed material collected by Walter Millsap. Chiefly correspondence between Millsap and the Imamura family during the Imamuras' internment at the Gila River Relocation Center. Millsap's letters to the Imamuras are represented by carbon copies. The letters discuss Japanese relocation and Millsap's United Co-Operative Industries, as well as his involvement in the Llano Colony, a socialist utopian community. Included are several typescripts of essays by Keikichi's wife, Toshiko Imamura, and some cartoons by their son, Keichi.
Keikichi Akana Imamura was a salesman for Millsap's United Co-Operative Industries before World War II and an adjunct professor in Oriental languages at Yale University in the fall of 1945.
Walter Millsap was from 1916 to 1919 an active member of the utopian Llano colony, a socialist community which moved from its original location in California to Louisiana in 1917. Millsap was trustee of United Co-Operative Industries and head of the Llano Co-Operative Association.
- 28 p. : b&w illustrations ; 27 cm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Completely digitized
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
- Call Number
- WA MSS S-1590
- Collection Title
- Walter Millsap / Keikichi Akana Imamura family papers
- Collection/Other Creator
- Millsap, Walter, 1886-1971
- Collection Date
- Container / Volume
- Box 2 | Folder 40
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
little magazines (AAT)
- Subject (Name)
Fisher, Galen Merriam, 1873-1955
Gila River Relocation Center
Imamura, Keikichi Akana
Keikichi Akana Imamura Family--Archives
Llano Colony (Secular community)
United States. War Relocation Authority
- Subject (Topic)
Cooperative societies--United States
Japanese American women
Japanese Americans--Forced removal and internment, 1942-1945
Utopian socialism--United States
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- Walter Millsap / Keikichi Akana Imamura Family Papers. Western Americana Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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