Office Memorandum from Ray Johnston, Project Director, War Relocation Authority, Relocation Branch, McGehee, Arkansas, June 3, 1943 (The Rohwer War Relocation Center). Japanese Internment, Ray D. Johnston.
Office Memorandum from Ray Johnston, Project Director, War Relocation Authority, Relocation Branch, McGehee, Arkansas, June 3, 1943 (The Rohwer War Relocation Center)

Office Memorandum from Ray Johnston, Project Director, War Relocation Authority, Relocation Branch, McGehee, Arkansas, June 3, 1943 (The Rohwer War Relocation Center)

McGehee, AR: War Relocation Authority, 1943.

Single-sided sheet. Near Fine with a little toning along edge, two tiny rust stains (not holes) near corner. A memo from Ray D. Johnston, Project Director at Rohwer War Relocation Center to "All Appointed Personnel and all Caucasian Residents of this Center" requiring all employees (with a few named exceptions) to "sign in and out on a register at the Police Station. Caucasians escorting Evacuees in or out will be held responsible for such registration."

The Rohwer War Relocation Center was an internment camp for Japanese-Americans in southeastern Arkansas during World War II. Many of those imprisoned there were from California, and many were children. Item #140940337

Price: $250.00

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