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"'Batter Up' At Jap-American Relocation Center" -- caption on photograph
"10,000 witness May Day festivities at Saints Industrial School", 1952
"Anna and the King of Siam" Diary / Irvin Paik
"April 1937. Christian hope magazine: 'an example for ministers' wives', [s.d.]
"Are you ready for the Lord's return?", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Balboa Day, Inter-Racial Service" bulletin of Central Union Church in Honolulu
"Birmingham council women plan regional meeting", 1952
"Birmingham Metropolitan Council Publicity Committee", ca. 1952
"Bishop Charles Harrison Mason and those sanctified women", COGIC scholar's forum, 2002
"Christian science: a soul danger." Roker tracts, no. 9, [s.d.]
"Christian women and changing times", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"COGIC: 50 years of progress in California", notes for a lecture, 1984?
"Coming events" & "Round up", 1949
"Corporal Hiroshi Sugiyama's body to return to native San Francisco" and clipping in Japanese
"De Fight For Truth", May – June, 1970, vol 5, no. 22
"Efficacy of prayer", notes for a sermon, [s.d.]
"Evacuee Jap Girls Keep Ball Team -- All members of the Chick-a-dee Japanese girls' soft ball team were evacuated to this war relocation authority center from Los Angeles" -- caption on photograph
"Faith", [s.d.]
"GI guide to Italy, clipping
"How life goes between work hours for Japanese evacuates now living at the Manzanar relocation center [...] Maye Noma crouches behind the plate as Tomi Nagao goes to bat" -- caption on photograph
"Jap Repatriates Rescued After Transport sinks" -- caption on photograph
"Japanese Americans named for leads in Fresno's 'Teahouse'"
"Japanese Freighter's Crew --  Part of the crew of the Japanese freighter 'Rhine Maru' which ran on the reefs about 110 miles from San Francisco March 28 in a fog" -- caption on photograph
"Japanese Girls' Baseball Team Still Plays" -- caption on photograph
"Japanese-Americans sew for Red Cross.  Demonstrating their loyalty to this country, members of the Japanese-Alameda Citizens League of Alameda are working around the clock to produce garments fo...
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