[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Letter from Mary Tsukamoto to the Sacramento office, files of the Evacuee Property Division, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, May 22, 1942. (Hereafter referred to as FRB Files.)
2
Professors Roger Daniels and Geoffrey S. Smith, who critiqued an earlier version of this paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, March 4, 1981
Daniels
Annual meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, March 4, 1981
1981
Testimony of the Japanese American Citizens League National Committee for Redress, presented to the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, 1981
Testimony of the Japanese American Citizens League National Committee for Redress
Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, 1981
1981
4
Roger Daniels, The Decision to Relocate the Japanese Americans, Harold M. Hyman, ed. (Philadelphia and New York, 1975).
Daniels
The Decision to Relocate the Japanese Americans
1975
5
Curtis B. Munson, "Report on Japanese on the West Coast of the United States," in Hearings, 79th Congress, 1st Session, Joint Committee on the Investiga- tion of Pearl Harbor Attack (Washington, 1946) vol. S811, Pt. 6, p. 2684.
Munson
2684
S811
Hearings
1946
6
Diary of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., vol. 470, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, New York, p. 2684.
7
Michie Weglyn, Years of Infamy (New York, 1976), p. 46
Weglyn
46
Years of Infamy
1976
8
Dillon S. Myer, Uprooted Americans (Tucson, Ariz., 1971), p. 22
Myer
22
Uprooted Americans
1971
Dorothy Swaine Thomas and Richard Nishimoto, The Spoilage (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1946)
Thomas
The Spoilage
1946
Jacobus tenBroek, Edward N. Barnhart, and Floyd W Mat- son, Prejudice, War and the Constitution (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1954)
Tenbroek
Prejudice, War and the Constitution
1954
Roger Daniels, Concentration Camps, U.S.A.: Japanese Americans and World War II (New York, 1972)
Daniels
Concentration Camps, U.S.A.: Japanese Americans and World War II
1972
Morton Grodzins, Americans Betrayed: Politics and the Japanese Evacuation (Chicago, 1949)
Grodzins
Americans Betrayed: Politics and the Japanese Evacuation
1949
Audrie Girdner and Anne Loftis, The Great Betrayal: The Evacuation of the Japanese Americans During World War II (New York and London, 1969)
Girdner
The Great Betrayal: The Evacuation of the Japanese Americans During World War II
1969
Weglyn, Years of Infamy
Bill Hosokawa, Nisei: The Quiet Americans (New York, 1969)
Hosokawa
Nisei: The Quiet Americans
1969
9
Lawrence Hewes, Boxcar in the Sand (New York, 1957), Chapter 14
Hewes
Chapter 14
Boxcar in the Sand
1957
Daniels, Con- centration Camps, U.S.A., p. 91
91
Milton Eisenhower, The President is Call- ing (Garden City, N.Y., 1974)
Eisenhower
The President is Calling
1974
10
"Report of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco: Fiscal Agent of the U.S. on the Operations of the Evacuee Property Division as of May 22, 1942." (Hereafter cited as FRB, "Final Report,"), pp. 1-5.
11
Morgenthau Diaries, February 27, 1942.
February 27
Morgenthau Diaries
1942
12
War Relocation Authority, First Quarterly Report: March 18 to June 30, 1942 (Washington, D.C., 1942), p. 6.
War Relocation Authority
6
First Quarterly Report: March 18 to June 30, 1942
1942
13
Daniels, Concentration Camps, U.S.A., pp. 83-84
83
14
Vader Report, Office Operations, March 16, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
15
Memo from Hale to Everson, March 27, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
16
Memo from Evacuee Property Department, March 30, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB files.
17
Report from the Assistant Manager, Los Angeles Office, to the Head Office, San Francisco, May 30, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
18
Roger Daniels, The Politics of Prejudice (Berkeley, 1962, reprinted 1977)
Daniels
The Politics of Prejudice
1977
19
Report from Dallas H. Gray to Head Office, March 24, 1942, Sacramento Office, FRB Files.
20
Cheryl L. Cole, A History of the Japanese Community in Sacramento, 1833-1972: Organizations, Businesses, and Generational Response to Majority Domination and Stereotypes (San Francisco and Saratoga, Ca., 1972) pp. 8, 14-27
Cole
8
A History of the Japanese Community in Sacramento, 1833-1972: Organizations, Businesses, and Generational Response to Majority Domination and Stereotypes
1972
Sacramento Bee, May 7-8, 1942
21
Interview with Henry Taketa, June 21, 1980
Sacramento, and Cole, Jap- anese Community, p. 46
46
22
Gray Report, FRB Files.
23
FRB Files, and the Sacramento Bee, April. 4, 1942
24
Gray Report, FRB Files.
25
Cole, Japanese Community, p. 144
26
bank's "Final Report."
27
March 24, 1942, Sacramento Office, FRB Files.
28
Sacramento Bee, May 7, 1942, and FRB Files
29
Cole, Japanese Community, Chapter 2.
30
War Relocation Authority, Final Report, Sacramento District, May 15.
War Relocation Authority
Final Report
31
War Relocation Authority, People in Motion: The Postwar Adjustment of the Evacuated Japanese-Americans (Washington, D.C., 1947), reprinted 1975, vol. 5, p. p. 67.
War Relocation Authority
67
5
People in Motion: The Postwar Adjustment of the Evacuated Japanese-Americans
1975
32
The Bee reported a week after evacuation that most of the strawberry crop would be lost, as no one was available to harvest it. May 27, 1942.
33
War Relocation Authority, The Wartime Handling of Evacuee Property (Washington, D.C., 1946, Reprinted 1975), pp. 93-96
War Relocation Authority
93
The Wartime Handling of Evacuee Property
1975
34
Farm Security Administration, "Final Report," December, 1942, Japanese- American Research Project, Bancroft Library, University of California.
Farm Security Administration
Final Report
1942
35
Interview with John Tateishi, JACL, San Francisco, June 24, 1980.
36
Sacramento Bee, March 5, 11, and 26, 1942.
37
Evacuee Property Division, p. 4
San Francisco Office, FRB Files
38
Sacramento Bee, April 3, 1942.
39
Daniels, Decision to Relocate, p. 11.
11
40
Instruction Letter No. 19, from William Hale to Field Representatives, April 10, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
41
U.S. Department of the Interior, Wartime Exile: The Exclusion of Japanese Americans from the West Coast (Washington, n.d.), p. 143.
42
Tolan Committee Report, Associated Press News Release, May 13, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
43
Days of Infamy, p. 77
77
Days of Infamy
44
Rae Vader to John Pehle, May 4, 1942, San Francisco Office, FRB Files.
46
FRB Files
47
Ishino-Kercheval case, Sacramento office, FRB Files
48
Sacramento Bee, May 8, 1942.
49
Tolan Committee Report, ibid.
50
United States Department of the Interior, The Wartime Handling of Evacuee Property (Washington, 1946, reprinted 1975), RG210-F6/2, National Archives, pp. 3-4.
51
Ibid.
52
Thomas and Nishimoto, The Spoilage, p. 16.
16
53
FRB, "Final Report," p. 21.
54
Weglyn, Years of Infamy, p. 276
276
Girdner and Loftis, Great Betrayal, pp. 436-37
436
Hosokawa, Nisei, p. 440
440
Daniels, Concentration Camps, p. 168
168
Mike Masaoka, Washington Representative of the JACL, attributed the figure to the FRB in a statement made at the Hearings of Subcommit- tee No. 5 of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, 83rd Con- gress, 2nd Session, 1954, pp. 15-16
"Final Report" from Camp Shelby, Mississippi, dated April 22, 1944
Final Report
1944
Letter to the author from Roger Daniels, March 27, 1982
Helene Briggs, corporate services manager and former archivist, Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco, in a letter to the author May 12, 1981
The Japanese American Incarceration: A Case for Redress (San Francisco, 1978), p. 22
22
The Japanese American Incarceration: A Case for Redress
1978
Washington hear- ings of the Commission on Redress, July, 1981
Leonard Bloom and Ruth Riemer, Removal and Return: The Social-Economic Effects of the War on Jap- anese-Americans (Berkeley, 1949)
Bloom
Removal and Return: The Social-Economic Effects of the War on Japanese-Americans
1949
56
FRB, "Final Report," p. 20.
57
"Work in Evacuees' Interests in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco," Federal Reserve Bulletin, April 1, 1943
April 1
Federal Reserve Bulletin
1943
58
Eugene V Rostow, "Our Worst Wartime Mistake," Harper's Magazine 191 (September 1945): 194-201.
Rostow
September
194
191
Harper's Magazine
1945
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