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A collection of loose leaves.

Other titlesCanada"s problem with reference to its residents of Japanese stock, preliminary draft, 1942 (7p.), Some facts concerning Canadian Japanese, 1942 (5p.), Bill 135, subsection 2 of section 14 of the said Act (1938) is amended by adding the floowing paragraph thee to (1939), Memo: re Japanese properties for Rev.W.P. Brent, April 24, 1942 (3p.), Map. Relocation of Japanese in Manitoba, Dec.31, 1942., Memo : re Japanese in Western Ontario, June 10, 1942. (1p.), The Japanese Canadians, history, 1943 (16p.), Memo to Dr.G. Dorey re sales of Japanese property, March 5, 1943., Educational problem in Grand Forks, June 1942 (2p.), Resolution of the executive of the General Council of the United Church of Canada re Japanese in Canada (2p.), The truth about relocation, address, Dillon S. Myer, Aug.6, 1943., Memo re Japanese in the interior 1943 (20p.), Copy of a letter from F.G. Hamilton to Mrs.Loveys of Lemon Creek, B.C., June 19, 1944 re education (2p), Memorandum re Japanese education and Japanese in Ontario and Quebec, 23rd June, 1944 (4p.), Brief re the proposed disfranchisement of British subjects and Canadian citizens in Canada. submitted by the Japanese Canadian Committee for democracy in the interests of Canadians of Japanese origin in Canada, June 24, 1944 (10p.), Report made by Rev.K. Shimizser on resettlement of Japanese Canadians, June 18 1944 (8p.) & part of report July-Aug., 1944 (p.3-5), Statement re Japanese work, 1945 (3p.), Democracy, Christianity and the Japanese Canadians, 1945 (4p.)
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