• Creator
  • Fukami, Martha
  • Created Date
  • 1943
  • Description
  • In her letter, Martha writes about the upcoming segregation process at Tule Lake, explaining "you see, family's with fathers interned such as our case are given permission to wait for their dad's hearing, find the decision and then go to whichever camp they please. The hearings will be conducted in Sept. so that would set us back quite a spell. They say that means we might be here til Nov. But mom says she would rather move and then get the de... more
    In her letter, Martha writes about the upcoming segregation process at Tule Lake, explaining "you see, family's with fathers interned such as our case are given permission to wait for their dad's hearing, find the decision and then go to whichever camp they please. The hearings will be conducted in Sept. so that would set us back quite a spell. They say that means we might be here til Nov. But mom says she would rather move and then get the decision. Out choices for segregation were as follows- 1-Minidoka, 2-Granada, 3-Heart Mountain. They say they are taking into consideration of the peoples feelings but I'm quite sure they don't cuz they won't even unite families! Which means that the things the W.R.A. is saying is just a lot of bunk. All our friends wanted to go to Minidoka but most of them have had 2 weeks notice for going to Heart Mountain already. We haven't received anything as yet but hope it will be either Heart Mountain or Minidoka." Martha also provides updates about her... less
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    Letter (correspondence)
    Scanned from original text or image at 200 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2013