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James Michio Mayeda Papers
Collection contains leave card issued by the War Relocation Authority (1943), a publication entitled “Nisei in Uniform” (ca. 1944), one issue of the Turlock Daily Journal newspaper (1942), and correspondence from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) (1986).
James Michio Mayeda photograph collection
Collection contains a photo album that documents Mayeda's service in the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion, Battery A.
James Ohanis papers
Collection contains wartime correspondence between James Ohanis and his family (1943-1944) and war souvenirs from his military service in Japan (1943-1944).
Japanese American Cookbook collection
The Japanese American Cookbook collection consists of cookbooks published by Japanese American churches, temples, and community organizations in Chicago and elsewehere in the United States.
Japanese American Papers
Collection contains documents and letterhead related to Japanese American organizations (ca. 1960s).
JASC scrapbook collection
Collection contains five scrapbooks (1948-1966) that chronicle the early days of the Chicago Resettlers Committee and its metamorphosis into the Japanese American Service Committee (JASC). Clippings, in Japanese and English, document organizational and personnel changes, the explosive growth of the Japanese American community in Chicago, noteworthy achievements, biographical profiles, obituaries, cultural and social events.
JCCC News Chicago
This is a collection of newsletters called JCCC News Chicago from the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Chicago (JCCC) dating from 2000 - 2007.
Jenna Jacobson Papers
Collection contains academic paper about Iva Toguri written by eighth grade student Jenna Jacobson. A handwritten thank you letter from Jacobson to the JASC archivist is also included.
Jerry Jiro Katayama Papers
The Jerry Katayama Papers contain correspondence between Jerry and his family and friends during his military service (ca. 1943-1947), items such as binoculars and a camera that he carried during his tour of duty, military scrip issued during the Allied occupation of Japan, a clock issued by the Schwinn Bicycle Company to celebrate Jerry’s 25 years of service (1977) and awards related to Jerry’s participation in the American Bowling Congress.