North Bay Ethnic Archive

collection

Campus:
Sonoma State University
Library:
University Library, Jean & Charles Schulz Information Center
Subject(s):
Granada Relocation Center ; Oral history ; Immigrants - California - Sonoma County ; Japanese Americans - Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 ; Sonoma County (Calif.) - Biography ; Amache (Colo.) - History - 20th century ; Lindley, James G. Granada Relocation Center : a narrative report ; California Civil Liberties Public Education Program (CCLPEP) ; Japanese -- California -- Sonoma County -- History ; Japanese Americans -- California -- Sonoma County -- History ; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Description:
Forty-six oral history cassette tapes (converted to CD) and miscellaneous items donated by the interviewees — including photos, slides and a narrative report from the camp director of the Granada Relocation Camp in Amache, Colorado, a Japanese-American internment camp during W.W. II.— aid in documenting the lives and experiences of individuals in different ethnic communities of the northern San Francisco Bay Area. These interviews contain unique and valuable information about the North Bay's history that exists only in memories and otherwise would be lost. Most of these interviews took place in the mid- to late 1970s. The majority of tapes are not transcribed. Added to the North Bay Ethnic Archive in 2016 were copies of oral histories produced by the Sonoma County Japanese American Citizens League, who gave the SSU Library permission to add them to our Special Collections.
Dates covered:
1942-1945; 1975-2000
Language(s):
English; Japanese
Collection Size:
4 linear feet; 5 boxes; 1 binder
For more information:
Additional Information (SSU North Bay Digital Collections)
Additional Information (SSU Library record)
Additional Information (SSU Library Record for Camp Amache Digital Collection)
Citation Sample:
http://library.sonoma.edu/specialcollections/usingcollections/citationguide/
Collection policy:
By appointment